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And bear in mind that the more functions a monitor features, the more you’re going to be looking or listening out for during those precious moments your child is asleep. Motorola MBP160 Audio Baby Monitor: £35, Amazon Employing wireless DECT technology, this affordable, fuss-free monitor takes minutes to set up (though you have to factor in an initial 16 hours’ charging time) and takes up minimal space, making it a good option for travelling, particularly since the charged parent unit can be used without its power adapter.It has a clear range of 300 metres, though indoors this reduces to around 50 metres.There’s also a ticking feature to reassure you the sensor is operating while your child is fast asleep. Tommee Tippee Digital Sound and Movement Monitor: £70, Amazon This monitor’s movement sensor pad will only operate in a cot or crib with a completely level surface, so is unsuitable for moses baskets.With a clear range of 300m (around 50m indoors), it delivers crisp sound, however we found that it didn’t pick up sneezing during testing.The set-up is straightforward, although the rechargeable battery cover is fiddly to replace on the parent unit and the cable from the sensor pad to the nursery monitor is relatively short and some cots may have to be modified to accommodate it.There’s an option to switch on a night light and communicate with your child via the parent unit, as well as monitor the temperature of the child’s room.For an additional subscription (£2.99 to £29.99 per month), you can add a motion-triggered recording service. Philips Avent UGrow Smart Baby Monitor: £120, Amazon This digital video monitor streams images from its highly sensitive base video camera to your smartphone or tablet, so you’ll need to have decent wi-fi to ensure it works smoothly; even with superfast broadband, we found it dropped out of the network occasionally (it notifies you when it loses connectivity).
The chargeable, portable 3.5-inch LCD parent display unit delivers clear images which you can pan around and zoom into, monitors the temperature of your baby’s room with alerts when it’s too hot or cold, enables you to play five different tunes to your child (sombre classical melodies rather than soothing lullabies) or speak to them through the built-in microphone and speakers.
The camera’s positioning can be adjusted, though there’s no remote pan function, only the option to zoom in and out.
Additional features include two-way communication, three lullabies, a night light and motion and temperature sensors.
This offers the convenience of moving rooms without having to remember to pick up the parent unit as you go. Babymoov Digital Green Baby Monitor Expert Care: £80, Mothercare If you’re concerned about “electrosmog” in your home, this audio monitor could offer a compromise.
Using Babymoov’s “Digital Green” technology, it claims to emit up to a third fewer waves than similar monitors.