Choice Picks of Baby Monitor
Now, if you’re looking for baby monitors to install in your home, here are some of our recommendations:
Beaba Video Baby Monitor Zen Connect
This baby monitor is a practical tool designed with a connected full HD 1080p camera, a dedicated mobile app that allows for videos to be accessible via any Wi-FI network, sound and movement detection features, walkie-talkie, a thermometer, and video recording capability. The mobile app is available for download on both Android and iOS.
Timeflys Marathon Baby Video Monitor
This baby video monitor has eight music lullabies to put your baby to sleep. And instead of just an audio alert, you get to communicate with your little one through the video monitor (a 3.5-inch colored LCD display). It also comes with a remote-controlled night light and a temperature monitoring capability.
Timeflys Crown Baby Audio Monitor and Pager
Another must-have from Timeflys, this audio monitor doubles as a lullaby player. With eight music lullabies and a remote-controlled night light with a parent pager function, you’re not just making the baby comfy before bed, but you’re also keeping him well guarded. The pager will alert if the baby makes noises and if the temperature gets over 30°C or below 16°C.
Qihoo 360 Smart Camera Pan Tilt Rotating Camera
Want something that can double as a monitor and a speaker? This smart camera offers both: it won’t just record what’s going on with your baby, it will also let you talk or soothe your baby from afar by simply switching the speaker on. The camera comes with an ultra-HD lens, four fully custom HD optical glass lenses, and facial recognition. There are also body determination features and seven-meter night vision — making it a great home security device overall.
Babies need a lot of attention. While baby monitors can help you keep track of your baby, never rely on them alone. There’s still no substitute for a parent watching the baby in person.
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