Buying a video baby monitor is not cheap and is one of the most important buys when preparing for your baby’s arrival. It can feel like a bit of a minefield with all the different products out there, it’s not easy to buy a video baby monitor that is both within your budget and suitable for your requirements. Check out my video baby monitor reviews and also my buyers guide. This will help with getting you started. If you would like to jump straight to the reviews you can do so here:
A Buyers Guide – I am here to guide you through your options and help you to make a buying decision that suits you. This information will help you to choose the best video baby monitor for your needs and your future needs.
Compare Video Baby Monitors – Compare video baby monitors and all of the best features to enable you to buy the product that suits you!
Angelcare AC1120 – The Angelcare AC1120 Digital Video and Sound Baby Monitor is everything you could ask for from a video monitor. First and foremost is the picture quality.
Summer Infant Baby Touch – This was the first of the touch screen digital video monitors and although others have since joined the market, the summer infant is still highly recommended and packed full of features.
Motorola MBP33 – In day mode the camera transmits a clear, colour picture to the 2.8 inch LCD monitor screen and there is no noticeable delay between real life and you being able to view it.
Motorola MBP36 – The Motorola MBP36 Digital Video Monitor is an upgraded version of the MBP33 and I am pleased to report there are some fantastic extra features without compromising what was already a superb digital video monitor.
BT Digital Video Baby Monitor 1000 – Having previously won awards for the design of their audible monitors I would expect innovative features and well designed essentials.