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Quality Baby Monitor?

What defines a good baby monitor? I had one that broke after a week of use and it wasn't good anyway. What is important to look for when buying this device?

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Clearness of the Reception (whether it is audio or video) and less static is a good characteristic to look for when buying a baby monitor. This permits you to clearly listen to or observe the activities of the baby better.

They are a little bit more expensive but I really like the video monitors so you can see what baby is doing without risking upsetting them by sneaking in the room for a peek.

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