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Five essentials parents look for when buying a baby monitor

Some baby monitor features are simply nice to have, while others can make a big difference to how well your baby monitor works for you. We asked 1,360 parents* what...

Five places you should avoid siting your baby monitor to keep your baby safe

A baby monitor should help you to ensure your baby is safe. But if you don’t position it correctly, it could become a hazard.

The baby monitors failing to live up to parents’ expectations

More than half of parents say that long battery life is an essential feature when buying a baby monitor, but Which? test data shows that many need recharging after just...

Which? reviews BT Smart Baby Monitor with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility

The BT Smart Baby Monitor is a wi-fi baby monitor that pairs with your Amazon Echo or Google Home device to tell you the temperature in your baby’s nursery and play your little one a soothing lullaby. We've tested this baby monitor along with nine other audio and video baby monitors. Find out if we'd recommend any of them.

Five safety tips to keep your baby safe if you’re travelling this Christmas

Whether you’re heading abroad to find snow, or going down the road to visit family, keep this festive season fun with your family by checking out our top safety tips....

New baby monitor reviews reveal stark contrast between best and worst

We’ve tested a wide range of video and audio baby monitors from BT, VTech, Luvion, Summer Infant and BabyMoov. Find out which ones impressed and get the best for your budget.

A sneak peek at Aldi’s latest baby Specialbuys

April’s Specialbuys at Aldi for baby and child include a rocking chair (£149.99), a Motorola video baby monitor (£79.99), a Mamia baby carrier (£13.99) and a high chair (£19.99). As with all Aldi Specialbuys they aren’t going to stick around for long. So is it worth rushing to your nearest store to pick up a baby bargain?

Connected baby products aim to make parents’ lives easier

Could a connected fertility or baby product take some of the worry out of parenthhood? We look at devices from Freemie, Owlet and Netgear to find out.

Baby door bouncer least useful product

10 baby products that parents rate and slate

When you’re forking out hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of pounds on buying baby essentials such as prams, buggies or car seats, it can be a welcome relief to know there...

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