Posts filed under: baby monitor review

Our Arlo Baby review was a surprise to us for a couple of reasons: we’ve always thought of Netgear (Arlo’s parent company) as a company that makes routers – turns out they have a whole line of home security cameras...
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All baby monitors exist on a scale from “very bad” to “doesn’t completely suck”. And those closer to the “doesn’t completely suck” end of the scale leave much to be desired. We’ve tried A LOT of them. You’re going to...
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The Owlet Smart Sock 2 promises parents of newborns something that they haven’t felt since they found out they were pregnant—peace of mind. The company states 94% of parents who use the smart sock report improvements in their own sleep,...
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iBaby Labs is a Silicon Valley-based company that creates smartphone-app-enabled baby monitors. A lot of them. There are 7 listed on the company’s website, which gets confusing, fast. So, we decided to try all of them to understand what, exactly,...
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  The Cocoon Cam exists in a family of baby monitors that use a combination of wifi, your smartphone or tablet as the ‘parent unit’, and computer vision to provide information about your child. Other examples include the Nanit (our...
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The Nest Cam Indoor camera is a pretty slick piece of technology and does a lot of the things you’d hope a baby monitor would do. It’s easy to install and set up, streams HD video to your smartphone or...
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