Best Baby Monitor that doesn’t break the bank??


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    • #158073

      Anyone recommend a decent baby monitor that doesn’t cost hundreds of £££? Thanks

    • #163196

      Think this might be in the wrong section, if it can be moved to “Gear, recommendations, equipment and baby stuff”

      BT have a range of decent ones as do Motorola. I’ve already got NEST cameras and Google Nest/Home screens in some rooms used to keep an eye on the dog so i’ll be re purposing those. Once their older I can repurpose it as a security cam. Picked the Nest cam off eBay almost 2 years ago for £70. Storage means I can go over the last 5 days footage in the event of something happening I need to check. The Google Nest screens can be set to show a permanent feed for use like a baby monitor.

    • #163702

      If you are a new parent, any time you leave your kid unattended to sleep, you would find yourself struggling with some kind of anxiety.

      You can find the best baby monitors in Parenthoodbliss website

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      Louis Gilbraith

      Me and my wife have giffgaff mobile phones, and with that we get free calls to each other. So instead of spending any extra money we just call down stairs to the other phone, put the one in with the baby on loud speaker, and the the other phone on mute and loudspeaker so we can hear, yet not be heard.

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