Trying to find a safe, easy way to keep an eye on your baby? Here are the 4 top baby monitors of 2016 - based on our own research + input from thousands of parents. There is no one must-have monitor. Every family is different. Use this guide to help you figure out the best one for your own family's needs and priorities.
The $300 Project Nursery High Definition Baby Monitor lets you channel your inner Dick Tracy as you keep an eye on your child. The @projectnursery system comes with a Parent Audio Video Monitor (4.3-inch display) and a Mini Monitor (1.5-inch screen) you can wear on your wrist. It uses encrypted 2.4 GHz wireless technology instead of less-secure Wi-Fi and has a range of up to 800 feet. The camera detects motion, supports night vision and can be remotely panned, tilted and zoomed. #FathersDay
A Baby Registry essential, the Vtech Safe & Sound Baby Monitor keeps tabs of your little one with the sweet little owl perched nearby. It features remote pan, tilt and zoom to easily scan Baby’s room from the parent unit, and has auto night vision for nighttime check-ins. Up to four additional cameras can be added to keep an eye on more than one child at the same time. Now that’s convenience times four.