Baby monitors tend to come recommended - be that through friends and family, or health professionals. And, hopefully, the one that's recommended will match the family budget.
It’s hardly practical to say to mom ‘ohhhh of course you should spend $200, it’s the best that money can buy!’, if her finances would be stretched at parting with $60.
So try and use common sense and look at what’s available, what’s the most suitable, what ticks all the right boxes.
The current favorite one of the best selling digital models, and it's one that we happily recommend. It's the Angelcare Baby Sound Monitor in White and it comes in under the 60 dollar mark, so not only is it affordable, it out-performs some of the more expensive models.
You get one parent unit, the nursery unit, a pair of adapters and the charging socket. It’s compact, well made and robust, and the digital read-out is nice and clear. And did you notice the discounted price tag ...