Finding A Wireless Baby Monitor

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Most consumers admit in their baby monitor reviews that they initially scoffed at the idea of spying on their babies with video monitors. At first, it just seemed excessive, as who needs to see every yawn, gurgle, giggle or sour-puss scream anyway? Yet, often, an expectant mother gets a video monitor at a baby shower or the tech-geek spouse convinces the frugal spouse that this would be a cool idea. Unsurprisingly, even the most reticent consumers instantly became hooked to the concept of having a wireless video baby monitor around the house.

When purchasing a wireless, video monitoring system, you’ll need to consider how you intend to use it first. Some 5″ to 7″ video baby monitors attach underneath cabinets in a more permanent way, while others can be propped up on any nightstand or countertop. Another category of receivers are the handheld varieties, allowing you the ability to roam freely, while watching your baby on a smaller 1.8″ screen. The actual baby monitor camera may be mounted to the wall, attached to the crib or affixed to a bookshelf. Can you pan, tilt, zoom or get a wide-angle view of the room with your camera? These are all options to consider, and it’s important to note that they do not come one standard way, across the board.

There are many additional special features for a wireless video baby monitor today. Some monitors enable parents to speak back to their children through a portable handheld unit. You may even be able to remotely access several different soothing lullabies, a night light, gentle vibrations, a mini-light-show or nature sounds for a discontent baby, all by pressing a single button! These features are often referred to as “baby soothers” and can be found on some of the more high-end models by Summer Infant, for example.

There are many popular models of wireless video baby monitor systems to choose from. The MobiCam Color Video Baby Monitor ($117 at Amazon) offers night-vision, TV hookups, lightweight units and no cordless phone interference. The Safety 1st baby monitors ($186) have versatile crib/table/wall mount options, excellent resolution, zoom/pan and limited interference. Summer Infant video monitors ($105) come with large screens, color/night vision, audio-only mode and multi-room monitoring. Lastly, the Graco baby monitor, called the iMonitor, comes with a handheld unit, has great sound clarity and exports to TV.

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