What we say:
With long-distance range (up to 300m), digital enhanced cordless technology, an easy-to-read LCD screen and a movement sensor pad, this has everything you need to monitor your baby’s sound and movements.
It also has a built-in nightlight which you can control from the parent unit, and two-way talkback features for soothing baby back to sleep.
Take a look at some more of our picks of the best baby monitors
Tested by Caroline Ridge, from Northamptonshire, mum to Albie, three months. She said:
The Tommee Tippee Digital Sound and Movement Monitor is definitely my favourite – I’d recommend it highly. The sensor board fits discreetly under baby's mattress. The monitor is good quality and works well. It flashes discreetly to display movement / show baby is making noise. I didn't miss the video technology as I find that quite distracting. The battery life of the parent unit is great and the device is portable.
Tested by Rebecca Shepherd, from Lincoln, mum to Sophie, six months. She said:
I was surprised at how much I liked this, given that it’s not a video monitor. The Tommee Tippee Digital Sound and Movement Monitor has a sensor pad which I find hugely reassuring. It’s really easy to set up. I prefer video features now that I've had the luxury of those but this is by far the best sound-only monitor I've tried.
Tested by Christine Hope, from Herefordshire, mum to Nola, 13 months. She said:
I found the Tommee Tippee Digital Sound and Movement Monitor very easy to set up and it has all the features I want and need but it just didn’t quite live up to my expectations. I’m not sure why; I think compared to the others it didn’t feel quite as good quality. The design just lacked something and I felt a little disappointed overall.