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Best Baby Monitors 2016

Updated on January 21, 2016
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When a baby is in the house – a lot of trouble starts to occur. There is mess everywhere because you have to take care of your baby all day long, you like to keep an eye on him. Even when he is a sleep, you want to make sure that he is safe and calm. But we all know that you can’t watch your kid 24/7, but we do live in 21st century and there is a solution – an electrical baby monitor. While not everybody thinks it is a must, trust me, they are a great help. Here are some of the best baby monitors as of 2014.

1. WiFi Baby 3: Wireless iPhone, iPad, Android Baby Monitor.

This baby monitor is something totally new and yet, it is amazing. It comes with a feature to pair it with a mobile app that you can get for your iPhone or Android based smartphone. It lets you to stream a live video straight from your home to your mobile device or PC. While running in the background, you can text or do any other activity and still hear the sounds and get alerts from the camera. The app also allows up to 4 camera views to be seen on one screen. It has an amazing resolution, also, it has an incredible 30 feet night vision precision so that you can see the entire room. If you think that's amazing, wait for more. It also has an internal nanny DVR that records up to 32 GB (on a microSD memory card) of video.

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2. Infant Optics DXR-5 2.4 GHz Digital Video Baby Monitor

The Infant Optics DXR-5 Digital Baby Monitor comes with a portable device with a nice 2.4 inch super bright TFT screen and is battery powered. The monitor also has a nice 2.4 GHz digital wireless FHSS communication link that is secure and won’t experience any problems if you are using other electronics at the same frequency. It is also equipped with a camera that features smoothly streaming full-color video at an impressive rate of 30 frames per second, plus, it has night vision. Besides the option to add more cameras to this device, it comes with an automatic sound detector that will save energy. After 3 minutes of complete silence, it turns off and goes into standby mode, but as soon as it recognizes any sound, it turns on.

3. Dropcam HD Wi-Fi Wireless Video Monitoring Camera

When buying this specific camera, you are able to check on your baby online. This stunning 720p resolution camera can be set up in just 60 seconds. The bad news is that it does not come with it’s own portable device with screen and you will need your own tablet PC or laptop with network connection to look at the video. But it does have the option to send instant text messages to your phone so you know what is happening at your home. The camera also has night vision and sound recording and a speaker so not only you can hear what is happening, but you can talk through the camera using your phone’s or PC’s microphone.This camera is great if you have someone babysitting your kids and you want to make sure that they do a great job while you are away.

4. Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor

For the little ones, the best is Motorola MBP36 Baby Monitor. It not only has a great portable device with a 3.5" color LCD screen, night vision, additional camera capability and five LED alerts for noise level, but it also has five polyphonic lullabies, a 200 meter range , availability to zoom,spin and tilt camera with portable device and monitor room temperature. It also has a two-way communication possibility. This is a great solution if you have more then one kid to take care of.

5. Summer Baby Touch Color Video Monitor

This monitor comes with a nice portable device with a great 3.5 inch touchscreen that allows you to control the camera's zoom, pan, scan, video volume, and brightness settings remotely. The Summer Baby Touch Color Video Monitor has a great 400 feet range and it’s wireless camera has a great talk-back feature and a night vision. This monitor has also been awarded with several awards, including the Parent Tested Parent Approved 2011 Award.

6. Samsung SEW-3036WN Wireless Video Baby Monitor

3.5" high quality color LCD display, Secure and interference free 2.4Ghz signal are just some of the Samsung SEW-3036WN monitors great features. It comes with it’s own parent unit that has a great 800 feet range so it is great if you have a big house. This camera is great because of it’s great video VGA (640 x 480) resolution for a clear and crisp video image, even with the use of night vision, and it has zoom. It also has a two-way talk mode and an energy saving sound recognition features, so that if there is no sound louder than a specific level within 1 minute, the screen turns off until there is some noise.

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    peachy 

    5 years ago from Home Sweet Home

    Baby monitors are useful when baby is sleeping in the next room. At least you know what is going on without dropping by to see your baby. Great recommendations. I prefer samsung though. Voted up

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