Placing a baby monitor in your infant’s nursery is a great way to monitor your baby and give you peace of mind. Although because there are literally hundreds of baby monitors on the market, knowing which one to buy can be mind boggling to say the least.
If you are on the market for a baby monitor and are struggling to know which one to buy, in our baby product review we’ve located three monitors that have received great reviews from parents.
BT Baby Monitor 150
The BT 150 Monitor features digital DECT technology and hi-definition sound, meaning that all noise being transmitted by the monitor is crisp and clear. Suitable from birth upwards, this sophisticated monitor has a parent talk-back function and voice recording, meaning you can talk and sooth your baby without physically being there.
The monitor also features an adjustable nightlight, multiple polyphonic lullabies and a room temperature monitor – Quite a device for just £56!
Angelcare AC401 Baby Movement Sensor Pad and Sound Monitor
This under-the-mattress sensor pad has received great reviews from parents. This highly sensitive monitor, which has variable sensitivity settings, traces your baby’s every move, including light breathing and if no movement has been detected for 20 minutes, an alarm will sound to alert parents.
The parent unit is portable and you can clip it onto yourself to monitor your baby’s every move while on the go!
The Angelcare AC401 Baby Movement Sensor Pad and Sound Monitor costs £74.00.
Leapfrog Digital Baby Monitor
This simple yet highly effective baby monitor is priced at the lower end of the market, costing £32.99. Not only does the LeapFrog Digital monitor produce crystal clear digital sound, but it also features a visual sound indication and alert. Other features include a five level digital volume control and a soft nightlight on the baby unit.
The LeapFrog Monitor will function within a range of 50 metres indoors and 300 metres outdoors in good weather conditions.