The best deals on baby gadgets we’ve found for Black Friday

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Parenting is always fun, but it’s also one of the most frustrating experiences I’ve personally had. At the end of the day, I don’t have patience for additional issues, be it an unresponsive device, lagging apps, or diaper wipes coming out 15 pieces at a time. There are some parenting gadgets that are really worth your money because they can make life with new babies much more convenient, and some of our favorites are on sale for Black Friday. We have tried almost all of the products listed below to vouch for their benefits, functionality and what really counts as a bargain for those Christmas shopping. This will save you all of your patience for the toy cars, houses, and high chairs you have to build after Christmas.

Nanit Pro baby monitor


Nanit earned a place in our best baby monitor guide because the 1080p bird’s eye camera delivers razor-sharp details day and night. The app provides detailed metrics on your child’s sleeping habits as well as video clips, some of which require a subscription. And Nanit wearables – such as Breathing Wear or Smart Sheets – measure additional data about your child such as breathing rate and height. The Nanit Pro complete package with camera, wall mount, travel mount, smart sheet, breathing tape and the year of Nanit Insights is reduced by 26 percent and goes down to 280 US dollars. The rest of Nanit’s products have also been reduced, including smaller bundles and wearable accessories.

Buy Nanit Pro Bundle On Amazon – $ 280 Buy Nanit Black Friday Sales On Amazon

Eufy SpaceView Pro baby monitor

Eufy Spaceview


Eufy makes reliable, no-hassle baby monitors that use FHSS wireless transmission to display a live feed of your nursery. The lack of WiFi makes the feed more secure, although you will have to carry an external device with you. Eufy’s Spaceview Pro can pan and tilt to view an entire room, and the 5-inch display lasts up to twelve hours continuously. The single camera package is discounted by $ 30 with a coupon, which is reduced to $ 140, and a package that includes the camera, monitor, and cot mount is also discounted thanks to a $ 40 coupon, making it drops to $ 155.

Buy SpaceView Pro Monitor on Amazon – $ 140 Buy SpaceView S Monitor Package on Amazon – $ 155

AI baby monitor cube

AI cube

AI cube

Although we haven’t yet completed an official test of the Cubo AI baby monitor, our first tests went well: the cute bird-shaped camera can be attached to a wall or cot and offers a detailed, clear 1080p view. The system uses AI to determine if your baby’s nose or mouth is covered and sends an alert. It can also be useful for older children as it can be set to warn you when they are entering prohibited areas. The feed runs to a companion app that works with Google Home or Alexa, offers two-way audio, or activates the night light or lullaby functions. Right now, the Cubo AI camera with the wall mount with a voucher costs $ 30, which is the equivalent of $ 170.

Buy Cubo AI on Amazon – $ 170

Hatch baby rest

Hatch rest

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I have recommended the Hatch Baby Rest over and over because I use it every day. The minimalist night light slash noise machine can display a variety of colors and tones and is controllable via your smartphone or the physical buttons. Favorite combinations can be saved and programmed, or you can choose from presets. The rest are helpful in child sleep training or babies falling asleep, and can grow with children by being used to signal wake times. The basic rest are 40 percent cheaper, so you can grab one for just $ 60.

Buy Hatch Baby Rest on Amazon – $ 60

Withings Thermo Smart thermometer

Withings Thermo®


Another product that quickly convinced me during testing is the Withings Thermo smart thermometer. I know a $ 100 timed thermometer seems like an unnecessary extravaganza. But it’s small and discreet enough to take with you when you travel, easy and painless to use with shaky children, and the app makes it easy to keep track of multiple family members’ readings. It’s also currently dropped to $ 64, just a few dollars less than the lowest price ever, which makes recommending it even easier.

Buy Withings Thermo On Amazon – $ 64

4moms mamaRoo 4 baby swing

4moms mamaoo4 child seat


We have included the mamaRoo 4 baby swing in our best guide to baby equipment, thanks in part to its simple setup and the freedom it gives parents to entertain their children without having them in their arms all the time. With its five movement options, five speed levels, and four built-in sounds, the swing mimics the things parents often do to calm their children down. The best part? It’s completely controllable from your smartphone so you can easily change movement, speed or sound if your child gets bored and fussy. The mamaRoo 4 normally costs $ 250 but is available for $ 200 on Black Friday.

Buy mamaRoo 4 on Amazon – $ 200

Miku baby monitor



We haven’t tested the Miku yet, but it appears to have many of the same perks as the cameras we spent hands-on time with: following a 1080p HD video stream from a bird’s eye view of your cot that also measures breaths per minute Sleep data, two-way audio, anywhere access via the app and lullabies. The company is selling the camera with the wall mount for $ 300, which is $ 100 cheaper.

Buy Miku Baby Monitor On Amazon – $ 300

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All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team independently of our parent company. Some of our stories contain affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

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