This San Francisco-based company makes Internet cameras you use to watch your business, home, children, and pets. Available on the company’s website.
Based in upstate New York since the 1930, Fisher-Price is a subsidiary of Mattel Inc. Among its array of juvenile products, it also offers a variety of baby monitors. Available everywhere baby monitors are sold, and online.
In 1953, the company invented the world’s first wind-up infant swing, the Graco Swyngomatic. Today. Graco makes a range of juvenile products. Available wherever baby monitors are sold and online.
Based in Culver City, Calif., this young company manufacturers such products as video baby monitors, a color-changing portable nightlight, and the Headphonies, which combines a designer style toy with the functionality of a portable speaker. See company website for purchasing information.
This company has evolved and grown over more than 100 years. Philips now manufactures parent and child products such as baby monitors, bottles and nipples, and personal care products, electronics, and other household items. Baby monitors are available at Radio Shack, Target, Walmart, Costco, and other retailers.
A more than 25-year-old company based in Foxboro, Mass., Safety 1st is a division of Dorel Juvenile Products. In addition to baby monitors, the company manufactures baby travel gear, bathtubs, potty seats, booster seats, play gear, and other child care products. Available everywhere juvenile products are sold and online.
Based in New York, N.Y., it is the U.S. subsidiary of Sony Corporation. Sony is a manufacturer of audio, video, communications, and information technology products for consumer and professional markets. The company’s baby monitor is available wherever baby monitors are sold and online.
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This company manufactures a complete line of childcare items, including breastfeeding products, strollers, car seats, and baby monitors. Available wherever juvenile products are sold and online.
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