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6 Best Baby Monitors without Wi-Fi (2020 Review)

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A new baby will bring smiles and wonders, but they will also require constant monitoring to stay healthy, safe, and well-cared for. If you have too much on your table already, keeping a constant watch over your baby might be tough. And that’s where a baby monitor comes in handy.

Many modern baby monitors now come with Wi-Fi connectivity. However, with increasing concerns about the security risks of Wi-Fi, you might want to stick with a non-Wi-Fi model.

In this post, we’d be looking at some of the best baby monitors without Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Best Baby Monitor without Wi-Fi: Our Top 6 Picks

We spent several hours scouring the market and finding non-Wi-Fi baby monitors. Our aim is to help you make the right buying decision by comparing these models and figuring out the best ones in terms of reliability, battery life, maximum distance, brand trust, and buyer reviews.

And here are our top recommendations.

1. Infant Optics DXR-8

 

With the Infant Optics DXR-8, you won’t have to sit by your baby’s side 24/7 to ensure they get all the love in the world; instead, you can do so from afar and still give them all the care they need.

This baby monitor is built to be lightweight and small, so it won’t feel like dead weight when you move around the house with it. It also comes with a range of up to 700 feet. The Infant Optics DXR-8 features a 1200mAh Li-ion battery with a talk-time of 10 hours on standby mode and 7 hours on screen mode. However, you would have to wait for up to 6 hours to get the battery fully charged.

The Infant Optics DXR-8 is packed with camera features such as pan/tilt/digital zoom that allow you to get a closer look at your baby through the monitor. You can also zoom out with the wide-angle lens to get a better view of the room. The wide-angle lens can capture a full 170-degree view which is just enough to check on your little bundle of joy.

Whether you zoom out or in, you will still get the same exceptional video quality as with a normal view. The camera can be controlled remotely so you can get a better view of every corner of the room.

The baby monitor also comes with an interchangeable lens feature. This feature allows for easy use of the zoom lens and wide-angle lens. It can also be expanded up to 4 cameras with a scan mode so you can monitor up to four different rooms with one screen. Extra features include an alarm function, two-way talk, night vision, and temperature reading.

Pros

  • Long-lasting battery
  • Full 170-degree view with a wide-angle lens
  • Interchangeable lens
  • Small and lightweight

Cons

  • No motion sensors
  • Long charging time

2. eufy SpaceView Video Baby Monitor

 

Featuring a large 5-inch’ 720p display with a wide-angle lens and a wide transmission range, the eufy Video Baby Monitor is definitely not short on features that make it a parents’ delight. If there is one thing about this camera that makes it worth buying, it is the thousands of reviews giving it a thumbs-up. If you don’t trust reviews then no problem, but this baby monitor comes with very impressive specs that will do the convincing.

Starting out is the large 5-inch’ 720p display that allows you to see more of your baby. This display shows a clear picture with 10x more details. The wide-angle lens allows you to see more of the room and best of all, this is a built-in feature, so you won’t have to pay extra. The extra lens can be expanded to provide a 110-degree view of the room.

For whole-room coverage, you can pan the lens 330 degrees to see the corners and tilt it 110 degrees to see the floor and ceiling. The night vision works fine in low-light conditions to give you sharp video quality even in total darkness.

The unit also comes with an alert system that notifies you when your baby is crying or coughing.

There is also a built-in microphone and speaker that gives you direct communication with your baby. All you have to do is say “hi” into the monitor and listen to your baby’s reply. The eufy SpaceView Video Baby Monitor can cover an area of up to 1000 feet, and this allows you to engage in other activities in other areas of the house without worrying about your baby.

Also, you won’t have to worry about the monitor going off or getting to your baby in their time of need. This unit comes equipped with a 2900mAh rechargeable battery with a 15-hour talk-time on sleep mode and 8 hours on display mode.

Pros

  • Baby monitor can be wall mounted
  • Features sound sensors
  • Wide angle lens provides a 330-degree view
  • Built-in thermostat

Cons

  • Monitor is fragile
  • Temperature sensor is not very accurate

3. Summer Baby Pixel Video Baby Monitor

 

Another top baby monitor with Wi-Fi for parents that won’t let their new family member out of their sight is the Summer Baby Pixel Video Baby Monitor.

This baby monitor comes with a 5-inch 720p HD display screen that provides clear high-definition images so you get a clear view of your baby and the room at all times. In fact, it is 12x clearer than standard baby monitors. It also comes with an HD Moonlite night vision boost feature. All you need to do is subtly illuminate your camera’s viewing area for a better in-color view of your baby in low-light conditions.

This unit is designed to be portable for easy movement. It comes with a kick-stand for the tabletop setting but you can also mount it on the wall. The monitor has a transmission range of up to 800 feet. If you go out of range, the out-of-range indicators on the screen will alert you immediately.

The Summer Baby Pixel Video Baby Monitor comes with advanced features that aren’t quite common with conventional baby monitors. There is a sleepzone virtual boundary feature. To activate this feature, you will have to set up a boundary box around an area and you will be alerted when your baby exits this safe area. This would work well in houses that are not yet baby-proof.

Another striking feature of this baby monitor is the voice-activated display on/off technology. When your baby begins to cry or fuss, this feature will pick up the sound and automatically wake the screen display to alert you of your baby’s needs.

The system’s camera can be tilted up and down and panned for full-room coverage. It is also expandable up to four cameras with video and auto-scan. There are also adjustable volume controls and sound-activated LED lights that alert you when your baby is in need. Other features include two-way talk and nursery temperature monitoring.

Pros

  • Up to 800-feet transmission range
  • 1-year warranty
  • Voice-activated display on/off technology
  • Remote camera steering

Cons

  • Control buttons are not intuitive
  • Battery life is low

4. LBtech Video Baby Monitor

 

The LBtech Video Baby Monitor is a bit smaller than most. It comes with a 4.3-inch LCD display with clear image delivery. It is also easier to move around than monitors with larger screens. A smaller screen also means a more affordable price; however, it doesn’t mean a low-quality unit or less beneficial features. This wireless baby monitor comes with a plug and play setup for easy installation.

Moving on to the camera, you get digital zoom in/out that allows you to get a closer view of your baby and the entire room. It also comes with 360-degree rotation so you can pan and tilt to get full-room coverage, however, you will have to do this manually. The monitor can support up to four additional cameras for coverage of other rooms. You will enjoy clear images in the night too, thanks to the infrared night vision feature. This allows the camera to pick up images of your baby in low-light conditions.

The battery is long-lasting with a runtime of 12 hours on standby mode and a runtime of 8 hours on display mode. You also get a voice-activated on/off feature that auto-wakes the screen when your baby begins to cry, cough, or fuss. You can adjust the volume of the system to hear more or less.

More on hearing, the LBtech Video Baby Monitor comes with two-way audio that allows you to listen to and watch your baby from another room in your house.

Included is a temperature sensor that detects the baby’s room temperature and sends you accurate reports. The LBtech Video Baby Monitor works well in an area of up to 1000 feet in open spaces. This is just enough to allow you to attend to other things even if you’re on the other side of the house.

Pros

  • Long transmission range
  • Plug and play setup
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Affordable

Cons

  • 90-days warranty
  • Temperature gauge is not very accurate

5. MoonyBaby Trust 30 Baby Monitor

 

This wireless baby monitor is packed with a 2.4GHz interference free-signal that will reach every corner of your home. But that’s not its best feature yet. The MoonyBaby Trust 30 Baby Monitor comes with a 4.3-inch screen with a single camera that can produce both crystal clear video and sound. You will be able to make out clear images in the daytime and night (thanks to the automatic night vision). You can also zoom in for closer and clearer views on the screen.

The camera can be rotated up to 360 degrees so you get a clear view of all the areas of the room (rotation has to be done manually). In addition to that, you can hook in four extra cameras to watch four additional rooms all on one screen. To switch between cameras, there is an auto-scan mode.

To give your baby the best night’s rest, the monitor is equipped with five built-in lullabies. You also get a voice activation feature that switches on the screen when the camera detects the baby fussing or crying. This feature can also turn off the screen but keep the audio on and save up to 50% of the battery life in the process. The battery can go on for 8 hours on power-saving mode san 6 hours in screen display mode.

The MoonyBaby Trust 30 Baby Monitor also comes with a two-way talk-back so you can speak directly with your baby and listen to their replies. Additional features include a room temperature monitor and an out-of-range indicator that keeps your baby on track.

Pros

  • Lightweight sleek design
  • Lots of extras features
  • Reaches over 3,000 square feet
  • Two-way audio for each camera

Cons

  • Temperature monitor is not very accurate
  • User interface is not very user-friendly

6. VAVA 720P 5-Inch Baby Monitor

 

Many parents will love the VAVA 720P 5-Inch Baby Monitor. It comes with advanced features and a Wi-Fi feature that makes monitoring easier. This unit is designed to be lightweight and portable so you can move around with it, and see or talk to your baby from anywhere in the house.

It comes with 7-volume levels for perfect baby monitoring. At higher volume levels, you can hear your baby breathing or coughing while the lower volume levels will capture the crying of your baby. There is also an external thermostat for room temperature reading that will keep you updated on your baby’s wellbeing.

The VAVA 720P 5-Inch Baby Monitor features a 720p 5-inch screen that provides crystal-clear images during the day and sharp greyscale infrared images at night. With crystal-clear video, you can take note of sudden movements and attend to your baby on time. There are also 2x and 4x zoom features so you can get a closer look at your baby. You can connect up to four cameras in alternate screen mode for 4-room coverage.

All these exceptional features are powered by a large battery that ensures you never get shut out. The VAVA 720P 5-Inch Baby Monitor comes with a 4500mAh rechargeable battery with a talk-time of up to 24 hours on audio mode and 10 hours on live-screen mode. This unit comes with a transmission range of up to 900 feet. Within this range, you will get stable videos and coverage even if you’re in the next room.

Thanks to the Wi-Fi feature, this baby monitor comes with two-way audio that allows you to say “hi” to your baby and also hear their responses.

Pros

  • Motion and sound sensors
  • Stable 2.4GHz wireless connection
  • Zoom capability
  • Room temperature checker

Cons

  • Speaker is on the back of the monitor
  • User interface is not very user-friendly

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