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Baby Monitors

Welcome to the Baby Monitors page, this is our guide to buying baby monitors online such as 2 way, portable, large range and digital baby monitors from brands such as Tomy, BT, Philips, Fisher Price and many others.

Baby monitors are used to monitor a baby while the parents are in a different room, they alert the parents should the baby wake up and need attention. Baby monitors have two units, one near the baby and one with the parents, the two units then communicate so that any sound from the babies room will be heard in the room that the parents are in. There are lots of brands that offer baby monitors and they include Tomy, Philips, BT, Fisher Price and many others.

Bestseller No. 1
Motorola MBP8 Audio Baby Monitor
1354 Reviews
Motorola MBP8 Audio Baby Monitor
  • The Plug N Go function means that you simply plug the monitor and parent unit into any socket in the house, no cords required ; Plug straight into the wall for simple plug and go
  • With this device you will have two forms of notification: the audio coming from the speaker, and the LED sound level indicator along the top of the parent unit
  • Up to 50 m indoor range with out of range warning ; 10 Channels
  • 1.8 GHz DECT technology
  • High sensitivity microphone ; ECO mode with night light
Bestseller No. 2
Motorola MBP36S Digital Video Monitor 3.5' Colour LCD Display
999 Reviews
Motorola MBP36S Digital Video Monitor 3.5" Colour LCD Display
  • Features 3.5 inch colour TFT LCD display with 320 x 240 resolution
  • Motorised pan, tilt and digital zoom comes with 300 degrees viewing angle
  • Infrared night vision technology; portable parent unit
  • Gift box dimension - H x D x W: 16.2 x 9 x 28 cm, gross weight: 0.83 kg, cardboard/paper weight: 0.16 kg
Bestseller No. 3
BT Video Baby Monitor 6000
47 Reviews
BT Video Baby Monitor 6000
  • 5 inch screen
  • Temperature indication / 5 lullabies
  • Remote control pan and tilt mechanism
  • Long range of 250m outdoors and 50m indoors so you don't miss a sound
  • Sound level lights - for when you don't want to hear every snuffle, but you want to be alerted
Bestseller No. 4
BT Digital Audio Baby Monitor 400
104 Reviews
BT Digital Audio Baby Monitor 400
  • Interference free Digital HD sound
  • Sound sensitive LEDs - for visual alert
  • Long range of upto upto 50m indoors and 300m outdoors so you don't miss a sound
Bestseller No. 5
Angelcare AC401 Movement and Sound Baby Monitor
1082 Reviews
Angelcare AC401 Movement and Sound Baby Monitor
  • Under the mattress sensor pad monitors your baby's movements.This system operates on the 927 frequency band
  • Full colour digital LCD screens with room temperature display
  • Audio tic feature to reassure you while baby is sleeping silently
  • Nursery night light and sound activated LED lights for added care
  • Low battery indicator and out of range alarm for peace of mind

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There are lots of basic features to look out for when buying a baby monitor, baby monitors use radio channels to communicate so the more channels it has the less chance of interference there is, if there is interference then you can simply switch channel to see if that is better. The range of the baby monitor is also important, the larger the range the further you will be able to go and still monitor your baby, the range is usually measured in metres with all monitors having a range larger than the average house. Digital baby monitors are also worth looking for, the digital signal is of a much better quality than the standard analogue signal and is not as prone to interference, digital baby monitors are also easier to use.

The power supply provided by the baby monitor is also important, most of the monitors on the babies side are mains powered so should never turn off. The monitor that the parents have can come in two types, the fixed type that is mains powered like the babies and the battery powered models which can be portable. These battery powered, portable models offer greater flexibility as you can move around with the monitor as long as you are still in range of the baby monitor, this means you can easily move around the house or garden and still monitor the baby. These battery powered baby monitors usually have a belt clip making them truly portable, some battery powered units are also rechargeable so you do not have to keep buying batteries.

There are also some advanced features to look out for, some baby monitors have a 2 way feature that means as well as you hearing the baby, the baby can hear you which can be a calming and reassuring sign for the baby. Some baby units also offer a night light on the actual baby monitor which babies often like, some also offer information about the temperature of the babies room so that you can keep an eye on the conditions of the room. Another advanced feature is the sensor pad, these detect if the baby has not moved in a certain amount of time and will alert you if this is the case. These advanced features usually come with the better quality baby monitors from brands such as BT, Tomy, Fisher Price, Philips and many others.

So if you are looking for a baby monitor then there are a few things to look out for, the number of channels and the range of the baby monitor are the most important aspects with portable units and 2 way communications also worth looking for. There are also many brands that offer baby monitors including BT, Fisher Price, Tomy, Philips and others, Tomy and BT are the most popular. If you are looking for cheap baby monitors then have a good shop around, many of the shops offer cheap baby monitors and also often have cheap special offers and deals, remember though that better quality baby monitors are always worth the extra money.