Prima Baby Awards 2015 – Baby Monitors

Keep an eye (and ear) on baby with these award-winning baby monitors


Gold Award Winner – Angelcare AC701 Digital Movement & Sound Baby Monitor

A cutting-edge LCD touch screen monitor that features two-way talk back, temperature display and control and an adjustable nursery night light, the Angelcare AC701 Digital Movement & Sound Baby Monitor scoops the gold.


Loved by our panel as its “extremely sensitive movement sensor provides piece of mind”, while the talk back feature “can settle baby without having to go into the room”. 

£129.99, Angelcare

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Silver Award Winner – BT 300 Baby Monitor

Scooping the silver for its “really clear sound, being small and compact and a very resonably priced fab piece of equipment.”

The BT 300 Baby Monitor features 2-way talk back, has a range of up to 300m and an out of range indicator.

£39.99, BT

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Bronze Award winner (joint) – Motorola MBP27T Baby Monitor

The Motorola MBP27T baby monitor comes with a 2.4″ digital LCD screen, a camera than can pan out for a fuller view and tilt in a different direction for when baby moves.

It also has two-way communication, infa-red night time vision and if that wasn’t enough it can be used as a contactless thermometer. 

£100, John Lewis

Find out how you can turn your iPhone or iPad into a baby monitor here


Bronze Award winner (joint) – BT 7500 Video Baby Monitor

With a 3.5″ touch screen, remote zoom, pan and tilt functions the BT 7500 video baby monitor is sure to capture baby from all angles.

The monitor features all the necessary tools like crystal clear audio and temperature display, and it also doubles as a night light. It can project a ‘stars and moon’ lightshow and play 19 different lullabies as well as white noise, nature and womb sounds.

£179.99, BT

Also shortlisted:

Summer Infant Wide Vide Digital Video Monitor

Nabby Baby Monitor


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