Top 5 Best Baby Monitors of 2019

Top 5 Best Baby Monitors of 2019, a sleeping baby covered in a white blanket.

One of the top items you will find on wish lists for mothers-to-be is a baby monitor. Baby monitors offer parents the ability to be sure that everything is perfect in their little one’s world. Up until a decade or so ago, buying a baby monitor was relatively simple. They all worked in the same way, letting a parent hear what’s happening in the other room using a fixed radio frequency. However, the new generation of monitors offer many additional features and benefits, so it’s well worth it to explore the options. Whether you’re thinking about adding one of them to your registry, or you plan to purchase one as a gift for a mom-to-be, here are five options for you to consider.

iBaby Care M7 Baby Monitor

The iBaby Care M7 Baby Monitor is the premier choice for those who want multiple features. This is a wifi connected baby monitor that offers video streaming as well as a classic audio feed. The video cam has a full tilt and 360 degree view so you can easily see how your bundle of joy is doing even if he or she is a busy sleeper. Also, you can keep track of humidity and temperature so you know that baby is comfy and cozy day and night. Finally, your baby will appreciate the built-in moonlight soother that helps provide a comfortable night’s sleep for everyone.

Nanit Plus Smart Baby Monitor & Wall Mount 

If you’re short on space or have toddlers or pets that risk knocking down a traditional video baby monitor, the Nanit Plus Smart Baby Monitor would fit your needs. You’ll find all the features of a typical monitor, but the base fits on a wall-mount. The base also includes a built-in nightlight that’s perfect for giving your little one a soft comfort.

Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor

The Owlet Smart Sock 2 is not a traditional baby monitor, yet it will still help you keep track of your little one’s needs from a different room. The Smart Sock 2 is wearable, clinically-proven technology that tracks heart rate and oxygen levels. The base set comes with a main station and three “smart socks,” so you can rotate through them as the others are being washed. This is a non-traditional answer to the timeless need to keep up with a new baby. 

VTech 5" Digital Video Baby Monitor

Video monitors don’t have to cost hundreds of dollars. The VTech 5” Digital Video Baby Monitor is under $100 and offers a way to peek in on baby while you’re cooking dinner or working on a project in another room. This monitor is an affordable choice, with an impressively clear picture and digital audio so you can check on baby at all times. Plus, the screen is a generous five-inch size, which is one of the larger choices on the market today.

Motorola MB483 Video Baby Monitor

The Motorola MB483 Video Baby Monitor with Two-Way Talk offers an amazing feature that many parents request in a monitor — two-way communication. You can talk back to your baby’s coos through this monitor or comfort him or her if you can’t make it to the nursery at that very minute. While this monitor may not have all the bells and whistles of high-end monitors, we think it’s a choice that does what it sets out to do effortlessly at a price you’ll love.

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