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How to Choose a Baby Monitor

November 11th, 2013 | Posted by nikki in Blog

Baby monitors are an essential part of your nursery equipment. While baby naps, you can move around the home or sleep in your own room safe in the knowledge that your little one is safe and sound. You want to choose the right baby monitor so that it works for your situation. You want to make sure that there is no interference, that the batteries last and that you are able to move the monitors around you home with uninterrupted reception.

Range

Check that the monitor you buy has a long enough range to reach all areas of your home. Test out the monitors in the store as some make range claims that go beyond their actual capabilities.

Interference

Interference can come in the form of obstacles (walls) and other electronic devices. As a rule of thumb, most higher-end monitors do not suffer from interference issues. You don’t need to hear every sound in baby’s room, but you must be able to hear when they cry clearly. This will enable you to get more sleep if you are confident that you will hear baby when they cry. A good baby monitor like the Avent Baby Monitor SCD 53500 kit provides 100% no interference guarantees. Always keep your receipt so that you can return monitors that don’t work properly.

Features

A talk back features is an excellent addition because it allows you to sooth baby when there is minor disturbance without having to get up and go into the room. It’s also really helpful to have a monitor linked to a baby cam so that you can see what’s happening in the crib at all times. These features enable you to gauge whether you need to go into the room and if baby is OK.

Take your time when selecting a baby monitor. Know the range you need for your home and test out several monitors before making your choice.

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