Despite a couple of weaknesses, Samsung's video monitor is one of the more solid offerings on the market.
Although the Fisher-Price Mobile isn't perfect, it's a feature-rich device with a longer lifespan than most competitors in its category. For the price, it's a solid purchase.
Compared to other infant tubs, the 4moms offering is a solid buy for new parents.
Every parent should consider buying the SmartConnect Sleeper. It's a device you'll probably use for at least a few hours every day, and one that calmed my baby better than any other I've tested yet. At only $100, it's a steal. The app connection and flexible settings are just an added bonus.
Between charging your phone and lighting your path, 4moms' newest device will keep parents going.
The cam of OneLink by First Alert keeps a careful eye on everything, including your baby's breathing.
The CloudTot sleeper uses a "Pep peg" to make sure all is well with your sleeping child.
The BabyBit Baby Monitor will send parents critical info about their children, who's watching them, and whether they've been left alone.
This product isn't a must-buy, especially for its price, but it performs reliably well and will work effectively with many children.
While the price might be too high for some customers, Nursery Project's Monitor System is a solid product with a creative and unique design.
A legendary doctor and influential designer teamed up on a $1,200 baby bed.
Some odd design decisions, like the low-res camera and the owl's glowing red eyes, mar an otherwise solid device. Plus, the price seems a little high for the basic features, no matter how reliable they are.
Snuza is definitely worth checking out. While it feels a little pricey, it's affordable for the market -- and it features solid basic functionality.
Between two-way audio, air quality monitoring, a full RGB night light, and more, the iBaby Air stands out.
Owlet is reliable enough to help some parents relax, but it doesn't offer as many features as the price tag might indicate. It won't replace a more conventional baby monitor, either.
Although the camera performs admirably, Panasonic's device simply doesn't have basic design features that make other monitors so convenient -- whether that's a standalone monitor or pan/tilt control.
The Summer Infant Monitor is a solid product if you're on a tighter budget, but some missing features mean it won't work in every situation.
There's a lot to like about iBaby, but it feels a little pricey for something with no standalone monitor and poor alerts. It's still one of the best higher-end products of its type, though.