Best Buys Reviews & shopping Video monitor What mums rated as the best hi-tech monitors on the market 1 of Ad break Mums’ top video monitorsIt can be hard to relax when your tiny newborn is sleeping quietly in another room, but the latest hi-tech video monitors take away those new mum worries. These clever products let you see and hear what your little one is up to, and these are mums’ pick of the bunch. Finalist: Summer Infant Best View Digital Video MonitorThis monitor has a clear picture of your baby with an added pan, scan and zoom feature on the camera unit, which is remotely controlled from the parent unit. Read the review. £129.99 Finalist: NScessity Digital Wireless Camera MonitorOffers a digital image and sound of your baby, with a huge monitoring range of up to 300 metres. You can also add extra cameras to monitor other rooms from one parent unit. £149.99 Finalist: Fisher-Price Digital Video MonitorThis monitor has a night vision feature and allows you to activate music, sound effects and a night light from the parent unit, to soothe your baby back to sleep. £169.99 Continue slideshow > Bronze Award: Summer Infant Secure Sleep Digital Video MonitorThis video and audio monitor with LCD screen also has a traffic light temperature indicator, which turns red if your nursery is too warm, and blue if it’s too cold. £99.99 Silver Award: Graco i-monitor Video VibeWeighing just 113g, this flip-top monitor is truly portable and wearable. It features 100% digital colour video technology, and a digital zoom. £179.99 Gold Award: Lindam Clarity Digital Video MonitorWith crystal clear sound, colour vision and a 150-metre range, this monitor gives great peace of mind. It operates in low light conditions and also features a nightlight. £139.99 By Rachel Malcolm Comments Latest on MadeForMums Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Boots Baby & Toddler Events - dates and best deals Kiddicare to close after 45 years of trading What are the MadeForMums Toy Awards? Jools Oliver: 'It can be lonely when you're a mum - and that's misunderstood'