8 Best Baby Monitors (2019): Nanit, VTech, and More

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A Reliable Pick (No Wi-Fi)

Infant Optics

DXR-8 Baby Monitor

Before the Eufy debuted, many parents I know opted to go with Infant Optics’ reliable video monitor, which streams data to a handheld unit via radio transmission. Like the Eufy SpaceView, it accommodates children as they grow. You can switch out the normal lens for zoom or wide-angle lenses, and pan 270 degrees horizontally or 120 degrees up and down. Like the Eufy, it has two-way talk and IR night vision. The handheld unit is also much smaller, but its battery life is shorter and its range of vision is narrower.

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