Baby Gear Gudies: Baby Monitors
weeSpring’s Top-Rated Baby Monitors
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This wi-fi enabled camera isn’t technically a baby monitor, but we still think it’s a universal must-have for parents. While on-the-go, you can peek in on your little one at home from your mobile device or desktop. Its 107 degree view means you can see the whole room at once (or zoom in!), and it connects to your wi-fi in about two minutes.
The Catch: A few parents thought there might be a slight delay in the video
This monitor allows for more than one camera to be connected so you can see baby from all angles or look after more than one child. It’s easy to move around the room so you’ll be able to see baby no matter where they are with it’s tilt, pan and zoom features. There’s a walkie talkie function so you can talk to baby to help soothe them. It displays the room temperature so you’ll know baby isn’t too hot or cold. The picture and sound quality is excellent and it works via wifi. If you weren’t already convinced it plays 5 different lullabies.
The Catch: battery life isn’t that great
If you’re used to finger swipes on a smartphone, you’ll love panning, scanning, and zooming around your baby’s room with this audio/video baby monitor — without any risk of waking the baby with a door creak. weeSpring parents appreciate the peace of mind it provides and that additional cameras can be purchased for additional rooms.
The catch: Some note that the battery on the receiver can die quickly, so keep your charger at the ready.
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