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Best Baby Monitors of 2024
January 4, 2024

Best Baby Monitors of 2024

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The baby monitor is having a moment. Whether you want to peek in on your snoozing baby from your phone while you’re out to dinner or simply keep an ear out for them when you’re in the other room, it’s never been easier to have eyes on your little one 24/7.

But with this convenience comes yet another baby gear decision. WiFi monitor or video? Movement tracking or not? Dual cameras, or just one? There are lots of options; we’re breaking down the what’s what of baby surveillance and helping you find the best baby monitor for your family.

Babylist’s Top Picks for the Best Baby Monitors

Best Baby Monitors at a Glance

Brand Price Range Screen Size
Nanit Ultimate Bundle $399.99 Unlimited (thru WiFi) Cell phone
Infant Optics DXR-8 PRO $199.99 1,000 ft 5”
Wyze Cam Pan v3 $39.79 Unlimited (thru WiFi) Cell phone
VTech DM1411 Audio $33.62 1,000 ft N/A
Babysense Full HD Split Screen $179.99 960 ft 5.5”
VTech 5” Video Monitor $79.99 1,000 ft 5”
Motorola PIP 1510 Connect $169.99 1,000 ft 5”
Owlet x Babylist Dream Duo + Camera $399 Unlimited (thru WiFi) Cell phone

Babylist’s Picks for the Best Baby Monitors

Best WiFi Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Tracks sleep, motion, vitals and growth
  • 1080p HD livestream from anywhere in the world
  • Babylist exclusive
  • Now features split-screen viewing
What Our Experts Say

Looking for a baby monitor that does it all? Look no further than the Nanit Pro, the ultimate in baby monitoring. It’s truly unlike any other baby monitor on the market and, although it comes at a price, is a dream come true if you’re a parent who appreciates all the stats and info on your snoozing baby.

The Nanit Pro tracks your baby’s sleep patterns, movement, vital stats and even growth, all via a livestream right from your phone. A few things stand out about this tech-savvy monitor. It’s really intuitive, both in setup and in use, which is saying something considering everything this baby monitor can do. The camera is crystal clear in the daytime and overnight (it’s 1080p HD), so you’ll always have a good view of what’s happening in the crib. We also love the motion sensor technology. Nanit uses what they call a Breathing Band—a soft fabric band that fits right over your little one’s pajamas— that monitors movement and breathing motion without the use of sensors or a sock. While it’s not a medical device (and shouldn’t be used as one), lots of parents find reassurance in using it regularly, while others use the band only when their little one is sick and they’re feeling a bit anxious. This bundle even includes a Smart Sheet that measures your baby’s height and growth. Everything is tracked and analyzed via the Nanit Insights app which also provides personalized, science-backed sleep guidance from experts. Other fun features include two-way audio, white noise, temperature and humidity sensors, and, most recently, the ability to monitor two children at once with split-screen viewing. (You’ll need to buy a second camera, though, of course.)

You’ll need your phone to use the Nanit, but the setup is easy and it doesn’t put too big a strain on the battery. There’s a night setting if you want to dim the screen overnight and picture-in-picture that lets you view your baby via a small, separate pop-up screen while you’re in other apps. There are also background audio capabilities which means you don’t need to have the Nanit app open on your screen in order to hear what’s going on in your nursery.

This Babylist exclusive bundle comes with a Nanit Pro Camera, Wall Mount, Small and Large Breathing Bands, Smart Sheet, Multi-Stand, Travel Case and one year of Nanit Insights.

What’s Worth Considering

The Nanit is definitely an investment—especially so if you need two for multiple kids. You’ll also have to pay for Nanit Insights, the sleep trends and timelapse highlights real app, after the first year. The sleep-tracking analytics are brilliant if that’s your thing but can be a little overwhelming if you’re one to get anxious from information overload. And if you don’t want a baby monitor that works via your phone, you’ll want to skip the Nanit and look for a more traditional video or audio monitor instead.

What Babylist Parents Say

“Every morning I love reading the summary of the night before and the ratings on how he slept. It’s also great that we can use our phones to monitor, and I’ve even put the app on an iPad that sits in the main room.” -Jessica M.

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video, via smart phone; iOS and Android
Range No limit if connected to WiFi
Power Source Camera: electrical outlet; Phone acts as parent unit
Transmission WiFi
Mount Wall, floor stand or table stand

Best Video Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Consistent performer, unlike many video-only baby monitors
  • Noise filtering technology
  • Can swap out different lenses for a closer or wider view
  • Expandable for up to 4 cameras
What Our Experts Say

WiFi monitors aren’t for everyone; 46 percent of the 6,000 parents polled in the Babylist Best Baby Products survey said they preferred a video-only monitor. But video monitors can be notoriously finicky. Lots lose night vision clarity over time, many have a battery life that’s less than stellar when the parent unit isn’t plugged in and some just stop working for no apparent reason, even after a short time of use. While it may not be the newest or the slickest video monitor on the market, the Infant Optics DXR-8 Pro is a tried and true favorite that many Babylist parents swear by. It’s not perfect, but the video and sound quality are both solid and it’s consistently reliable, all things that contribute to it earning a top spot on our list.

This monitor is known for its interchangeable lenses; there’s a zoom lens included in the box if you need a closer view of your baby, and a wide-angle lens sold separately if you need a different view. There’s also something called Active Noise Reduction. This feature designed is to filter out background noise so you only hear the sound of your baby—not the air conditioner, humidifier or anything else that’s humming along in the background. The five-inch LCD screen offers a good view and there is a pan/tilt/zoom feature and an LED sound indicator that lights up when it detects noise. It’s also expandable with up to four cameras if you plan on growing your family.

What’s Worth Considering

The video quality isn’t the best on this monitor (it’s 720p rather than 1080p), but as the monitor performs so well (and so consistently) across other areas, we don’t mind all that much. It does lose battery power over time, and it’s on the more expensive side for a video-only monitor.

Also note that the original version of this monitor isn’t compatible with the PRO, so don’t get the two confused if you’re purchasing additional cameras.

What Babylist Parents Say

“This monitor has a clear picture, clear audio, good battery life, and is easy to use. Great range-we use it throughout our entire home (upstairs and down) as well as outside in the yard without issue. We scan through three cameras all night long and feel confident that we’ll be alerted quickly to anything going on in any of the three rooms we’re monitoring. Customer service is bar none. Our monitor started glitching, and when some troubleshooting with Joseph at Infant Optics didn’t fix the issue, we had a brand new monitor sent to us free of charge. If you’re looking for a quality monitor AND a company who stands behind their product, this is it!” -KRH

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video
Range 1,000 feet
Power Source Camera: electrical outlet; Parent unit: electrical outlet or rechargeable battery
Mount Table

Best Budget WiFi Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Under $50!
  • Live HD streaming + pan, tilt, zoom and color night vision
  • Easy setup
What Our Experts Say

Leave it to enterprising parents to find a hack for everything. The Wyze, originally designed as a home surveillance camera, is used by tons of parents as a baby monitor. And with its easy setup, live HD streaming and incredibly affordable price tag, it’s a great choice.

The Wyze is controlled remotely via an app and can be shared by multiple family members. When used as a baby monitor, you can view the live stream in real time or set up push notifications to alert you to motion and sound. (You can also adjust the sensitivities on these so you’re not being constantly bombarded with a message every time your little one makes a move.) The camera has color night vision, two-way audio, can pan, tilt and zoom. You get free 14-day cloud storage right out of the box (and can purchase more if needed,) and the camera records 12-second video clips. And it works with Alexa and Google Assistant.

What’s Worth Considering

In September 2023, The Verge reported an incident where a small number of users (the company has estimated roughly 10) who used a web browser to log into their Wyze cameras may have seen cameras of other users who were logged in during that timeframe. We recommend reaching out to Wyze if direclty if you have any concerns about your monitor’s security.

You’ll need your phone around, unlocked (there’s no background audio feed option like with the Nanit) and always charged to use the Wyze cam. If you want a caregiver to use the monitor, you’ll need to have them download the app and give them permission access to your camera. Some parents also don’t love the cloud-based storage—but there is an option to insert a micro SD card instead and store the files locally.

What Babylist Parents Say

“The night vision is excellent, even in a totally dark room (at night with blackout curtains). The panning ability and motion sensing are handy as well, but the motor that moves the camera is kind of loud so we don’t recommend doing it when baby is sleeping. The two way communication is nice to remotely talk with the baby and the audio/video quality from the camera is great.” -William

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video, via smart phone; iOS and Android
Range No limit if connected to WiFi
Power Source Camera: electrical outlet; Phone acts as parent unit
Transmission WiFi
Mount Wall or table

Best Audio Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • No white noise static, clear sound transmission
  • Baby unit features dimmable light and music/sound features
  • 1,000-foot range
What Our Experts Say

Don’t discount the value and usefulness of an audio monitor. Audio monitors are affordable, functional and portable. They can also be a lifesaver for anxious parents who are often overwhelmed by the thought of being glued to a video monitor screen trying to keep an eye on their baby 24/7.

This VTech monitor has all the features you need in an audio-only monitor. It picks up the quietest of sounds very well, but won’t emit the constant (and annoying) white noise you often hear from other audio monitors. It features a two-way intercom, a feature that’s especially useful during the toddler years, and a visual five-level sound indicator on the parent unit so you can visually monitor the noise level even when the unit is muted. The baby unit features a dimmable light as well as five songs and four ambient sounds (including white noise). It’s small and portable for use either at home or for travel (there’s a built-in hook for taking the monitor on the go) and the price tag is really easy on your wallet.

What’s Worth Considering

The battery is supposed to last for about eight hours, but many users report that it dies in less time. If you want to use it for longer stretches, you’ll need to keep it plugged in.

What Babylist Parents Say

“So simple but absolutely perfect for baby to sleep and parents/grandparents to hear little one. I love it!” -Jane S.

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Audio
Range 1,000 feet
Power Source Audio base: electrical outlet or battery; Parent unit: electrical outlet or battery
Transmission DECT 6.0 digital technology
Mount Table or hook

Best Split Screen Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Split-screen view of two cameras
  • 5.5” video display
  • Night light, two-way talk and 360-degree view
What Our Experts Say

There are plenty of video monitors that allow you to view two separate rooms simultaneously, but the Babysense Full HD makes it even easier with its split-screen technology. Instead of toggling between two separate screens, this monitor splits the screen in half, giving you a view of both spaces at once. It’s a great feature to have if you have twins or multiple kiddos close in age, of course, but just as useful if you want to keep an eye on two separate spaces (a nursery and a playroom, for example).

This monitor also offers a 360-degree pan along with tilt and zoom features, all viewed on a crisp LCD 5.5” display. There’s a night light, two-way audio, built-in lullabies and white noise, and a twelve-hour battery life.

What’s Worth Considering

This version includes two cameras, but if you only need one (or plan to add a second camera later on), there’s a single-camera version, too. You can also add two more cameras to this unit if you need to keep an eye on more children. (The screen will toggle between each pair of cameras.)

What Babylist Parents Say

“Purchased this monitor as our old monitor was on its way out. We liked the dual-screen setup and the ability to add additional monitors down the road! Picture is clear and is really helpful when seeing the kids starting to stir. The system is full of options and is really easy to use.” -Kevin

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video
Range 1,000 feet
Power Source Audio base: electrical outlet; Parent unit: electrical outlet or battery
Transmission 2.4GHz FHSS
Mount Wall or table

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Best Budget Video Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Good features for the price
  • Large 5” screen
  • Adaptive night light
What Our Experts Say

Finding a well-priced, reliable video monitor isn’t easy. This straightforward monitor from VTech is our non-WiFi video pick. Considering the features, the price and the functionality, it’s a solid choice that lots of parents really like.

The standout features here include the five-inch color LCD screen that offers a good view both during the daytime and at night, 1,000-foot range, room temperature sensor and an adaptive night light that automatically adjusts to the brightness of your nursery. (You can also enable the night light to turn on automatically when it detects sound in the nursery). The monitor has five melodies and four soothing sounds and two-way audio.

What’s Worth Considering

The biggest complaint with this monitor is that while you can adjust the camera angle a bit, you won’t be able to fully pan and tilt it with the same wide range you would a more expensive monitor. Parents also complain about the poor battery life (a common problem among budget-friendly monitors) and minor connectivity issues.

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video
Range 1,000 feet
Power Source Audio base: electrical outlet; Parent unit: electrical outlet or battery
Transmission 2.4 GHz
Mount Wall or table

Best Video and WiFi Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Works as a traditional video monitor or via WiFi
  • Super easy setup
  • Large screen
What Our Experts Say

Not sure if you want a traditional video baby monitor or a WiFi-enabled monitor you can view on your phone? With the PIP, you don’t have to choose. Plug it in and you’re ready to go right out of the box (setup is super simple). Or, download the Motorola Nursery app on your smartphone and view your baby from anywhere.

There are more features to love like pan, tilt and zoom, a large 5” video display on the parent unit, a room temperature sensor, pre-loaded sounds and lullabies and more. And the modern black and white design stands out from most other monitors on the market.

What’s Worth Considering

The screen clarity on the parent unit is good, but not great. The parent unit is on the bulkier side. And the battery life tends to fade over use.

It’s also worth noting that although this is a WiFi-enabled monitor, it’s not solely a WiFi monitor—so don’t expect the same capabilities and functionality that you’d find in monitors like the Nanit. (But it’s also much more affordable—you win some, you lose some!)

What Babylist Parents Say

“This monitor has been exactly what we were looking for. The picture is clear and the zoom and panning features are great! It’s also convenient to have the app and the parent unit. The only reason I am not giving a 5/5 is because the battery does die pretty quickly on the parent unit, but all of the other positives outweigh that negative.” -Susan

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video, either via parent unit or smartphone with WiFi
Range 1,000 feet; no limit if connected to WiFi
Power Source Camera: electrical outlet; Parent unit: electrical outlet or battery or phone acts as parent unit
Transmission 2.4GHz FHSS and WiFi
Mount Wall or table

Best Wearable Baby Monitor

The Scoop
  • Wearable sock tracks sleep + sleep trends
  • Exclusive sock print
What Our Experts Say

Owlet was one of the first brands to offer a wearable tracking component for babies. The Dream Sock (a Babylist exclusive print) slips over your little one’s foot and fits babies from birth until about 18 months (up to 30 pounds or so). The sock helps you track your baby’s sleep trends, including wakings, quality of sleep, heart rate, oxygen level and total hours slept. It has a 16-hour battery life and charges on a separate base in about eight hours.

This bundle also includes a camera that turns the Duo into a Wifi baby monitor. The camera offers a 180-degree room view and a four-times zoom. You’ll also get a personalized sleep program for your baby, free of charge, to help you customize their sleep schedule and get longer stretches of sleep.

What’s Worth Considering

The Owlet offers lots of tracking information on your baby; but remember, it’s not a medical monitoring device and should never be used as one.

Connectivity issues are the biggest complaint from users with the Owlet. (Connection is often intermittent and seems to drop out for know reason.) Users also complain about the camera, which isn’t the best quality, and the app, which is glitchy and sometimes has trouble connecting to the sock.

What Babylist Parents Say

“Best way to monitor my baby’s sleep habits. Has helped us sleep better a night since our baby is also sleeping better.” -Jason

Additional Specs
Monitor Type Video, via smartphone
Range Monitor: no limit if connected to WiFi; sock: about 100 feet
Power Source Camera: electrical outlet; Sock: rechargeable base; phone acts as parent unit
Transmission WiFi
Mount Wall or table

Honorable Mention

Here are a few other monitors we love or new additions to the market that we’re keeping an eye on.

  • Brand new to the market, the Stork Vitals+ Smart Home Baby Monitoring System ($549) uses the same technology as hospitals to monitor your baby’s health data in real-time, including pulse rate, oxygen saturation and temperature. You can share the data with family and caregivers and analyze trends over time. This bundle includes a wearable boot as well as a nursery camera.
  • Halo’s SleepSure Sleep Monitor ($249.99) is another vitals tracker that uses a wearable band that goes around your baby’s calf to track heart rate, skin temperature and movement (including rollovers) in real-time. There’s no camera included—it’s a wearable only at this time—but you can track everything via an app on your phone and even use the band in On-the-Go mode if you’re on a walk, in the car or away from home.
  • Like a few other video monitors on our list, the Eufy ($159.99) features a large screen (five inches), the ability to pan and tilt, a good battery life, two-way audio and lullabies and the option to connect up to four cameras. It gets solid user reviews across the board.
  • If you’re looking for a smart monitor but don’t want to splurge on the Nanit, check out the Lollipop Baby Monitor ($159). It’s a WiFi monitor that offers sleep tracking, cry detection, a built-in speaker for two-way audio and sounds like lullabies and white noise and a bendable leg that lets you mount the camera almost anywhere or stand it on any surface. It’s also available in a few fun colors.

How We Chose Our Best Baby Monitors

  • We analyzed results from Babylist’s Best Baby Products survey, which polled 6,000 Babylist users and asked them to share the baby products they love the most and why.
  • We utilized insight from the Babylist editorial team, including Gear Editor Jen LaBracio, an expert in the baby space for over six years and a mom of two who has written hundreds of baby gear guides and personally researched and tested hundreds of baby products, including many travel systems.
  • We reviewed customer reviews from hundreds of real Babylist parents.

Do You Need a Baby Monitor?

If you sleep in the same room as your baby or live in a small space where you can always hear or see what your baby is up to, you probably don’t need a monitor. (Although you may still be interested in one for things like tracking sleep analytics, room temperature or your baby’s movements and vitals.) Otherwise, most parents enjoy the convenience a baby monitor provides. Instead of needing to stay close to the nursery or constantly checking on your little one, you’re free to rest, catch up on Netflix or get things done around the house anytime baby is catching some zzs. Monitors can also double as a nanny cam to keep an eye on your child and their caretaker when you’re not at home.

Types of Baby Monitors

There are three main types of baby monitors: audio monitors, video monitors (some that use WiFi and some that do not) and baby movement monitors. Each has its own pros and cons.

Audio baby monitors

Audio monitors are exactly what the name implies: sound only. They let you listen in on baby and don’t have a video option. Audio monitors transmit via radio frequency and don’t require an internet connection—just plug in the monitor and it’s ready to go.

Audio monitors are the most inexpensive type of baby monitor but are also the most basic. Depending on the layout of your home and your comfort level, however, they can be a great choice for lots of families. Some parents also decide to purchase an audio monitor for travel or to keep at the grandparents’ house since these types of monitors are affordable and portable.

Video baby monitors

Video monitors have a screen so you can keep an eye on baby’s every move. Some require WiFi, others do not, and some are a hybrid.

Video monitors are the most popular choice of baby monitor for most parents. With features like large screens, night vision and the ability to zoom in on your little one, lots of parents like the peace of mind video monitors can provide.

There are three types of video monitors:

  • Traditional video monitors include a camera and a parent unit. (The parent unit is the video screen.) The parent unit can be plugged in or used wirelessly but must be within a specific range of the camera in order to work.
  • WiFi monitors skip the parent unit and instead utilize your smartphone as the video screen. These types of monitors use a WiFi connection to link your camera and your phone and can be viewed from anywhere (as long as you’re getting service on your phone). While many parents love the convenience of viewing their baby on their phone, not all see it as a positive. Also note that if you’re leaving your baby with a caregiver such as a nanny, babysitter or grandparent, they’ll need to download your WiFi monitor’s app and get added as an approved user in order to use the monitor. Most allow up to a certain number of additions to the “team” and then charge for anything over the allotted number.
  • Hybrid monitors can be used in two ways: as a traditional video monitor with a parent unit, or as a WiFi monitor with your phone.

Video monitors vary in price, from under a hundred dollars to upwards of three to four hundred.

Baby movement monitors

  • Baby movement monitors track baby’s movements and sometimes also track vitals like breathing, heart rate and oxygen saturation as well as things like room temperature.

Baby movement monitors have increased in both popularity and prevalence over the past several years as technology has advanced. Some movement monitors use wearables like a sock or a band to track your baby’s movements and vitals, while others use a clip or special sensors that go under the crib mattress. Some movement monitors also work alongside a video monitor and are sold as a bundle.

Movement monitors are often the most expensive type of baby monitor, especially those that are paired with a video component. Just keep in mind that these types of monitors are not medical devices and, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, give little or no protection from SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). Always be sure to follow safe sleep practices regardless of which type of baby monitor you’re using.

How to Choose a Baby Monitor

Many parents shopping for a baby monitor are quickly overwhelmed by the many choices and on how much money to spend. A quick breakdown of features can help you decide how to choose the best baby monitor for your family.

  • Monitor type. How do you know whether an audio, video or movement monitor is best? The type of baby monitor you land on depends on your budget, home setup and personal preferences. If you’re looking to keep costs down or simply don’t want the bells and whistles of a fancier monitor, opt for an audio baby monitor. If the idea of seeing your baby in real time gives you peace of mind, a video monitor is the best choice. Work out of the home, travel frequently or just want a glimpse of your favorite tiny human whenever possible? Consider a WiFi monitor. There’s no right or wrong answer; instead, focus more on what features and options work best for you.
  • Range: How far away you can be from the nursery and still get uninterrupted monitoring varies. This is an especially important factor to consider if you live in an older home with thick, plaster walls or a home with multiple floors. (Note that if you’re using a WiFi video monitor, this won’t be an issue, but you will need to make sure your wireless network is fast enough.)
  • Portability and mounting: If you’re using a video monitor, you’ll need somewhere to put the camera. Some cameras can (or must) be wall-mounted, while others rest on a shelf or need a floor stand. If you travel frequently, consider how easy it is (or isn’t) to bring your monitor along with you.
  • Display quality/screen size: Screen size is another factor to consider if you’re choosing a video monitor. Some video monitors have larger screens with higher resolutions that offer a clearer image. Others come with smaller screens, and WiFi monitors rely on an app you view on your mobile phone.
  • Two-way communication: This popular feature lets you speak to your baby over the monitor. It’s not all that useful during the baby days, but can come into play more once your little one hits toddlerhood and beyond.
  • Battery life: This determines how long you can carry the monitor screen around before having to plug it in to charge.
  • Remote adjustments: The ability to use the monitor to remotely adjust the camera’s view (often referred to as “pan, zoom and tilt”) can come in handy.
  • Wireless encryption: This ensures that no one else can tap into your monitor’s “feed” and see what’s going on in your house. WiFi-enabled monitors are great for portability and range, but may be more susceptible to hacking. If you go this route, be sure to secure your home wireless network and keep the monitor’s firmware updated. Otherwise, look for digital monitors with a 2.4 GHz FHSS wireless transmission.
  • Specialized features: Besides watching your little one, some cameras also monitor the room’s temperature and humidity and your baby’s sleep patterns, movements and vital signs. If these things are important to you, opt for a monitor that offers these features, but if not, it’s fine to skip.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between a WiFi and a non-WiFi baby monitor?

A WiFi-enabled baby monitor requires a wireless internet connection in order to operate. Your phone acts as the parent unit with a WiFi monitor, and you control the monitor via an app. As long as you have a strong internet connection, you’re able to view your baby from anywhere right on your phone. Non-WiFi baby monitors (video and audio monitors) don’t require an internet connection to function. Just plug them into an electrical outlet and you’re ready to go.

Do I need a WiFi baby monitor?

You don’t need a WiFi baby monitor, but whether or not you want one is a matter of personal preference. Some parents like the convenience a WiFi baby monitor provides and that they’re able to view their little one on their smartphone from anywhere. Other parents don’t want to rely on WiFi (or their smartphone) to monitor their baby, and prefer a video or audio monitor instead. Some parents also have security concerns around WiFi-enabled baby monitors.

Which baby monitor has the best range?

Most audio or non-WiFi video baby monitors have a range of anywhere from a few hundred to about 1,000 feet. A baby monitor’s range will also depend on where you’re using it (in an old house or apartment with thick plaster walls? In a newer home with a more open floorplan? Outdoors?), as this can affect transmission. WiFi-enabled baby monitors have unlimited range as long as you have a strong internet connection.

Can you use an HSA or FSA account to buy a baby monitor?

Yes, some baby monitors are HSA/FSA eligible because they are considered health and safety-related devices. Check with your insurance provider before you purchase a baby monitor for details on your specific plan.

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