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Keep an eye on your baby with the Eufy Spaceview baby monitor down to $130

Eufy Spaceview Moinitor
Eufy Spaceview Moinitor

The Eufy Spaceview 720p baby monitor has dropped to $129.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab). This is one of Best Buy's deals of the day, which means the price is temporary and will be gone by this time tomorrow. The baby monitor normally sells for around $170 at Best Buy and $160 elsewhere. While we have seen it go lower than today's deal, this is within $20 of the best price we've ever seen and it's the best price available right now. The same baby monitor is going for $10 more on Amazon (opens in new tab), and that's only after you clip the on-page coupon.

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Has a large 5-inch 720p display for a sharp picture. Let's you see everything your little troublemaker is doing. Can pan 330-degrees and tilt 110-degrees so you can see the whole room. Get instant alerts. Has a range up to 1,000 feet.

This baby monitor lets you both see and hear your little one. The 5-inch 720p display is better than most monitors you'll find on the market, and there's a wide-angle lens included for when your kid transitions from crib to climbing-out-of-the-crib-and-wreaking-havoc. Fun times. You can tilt and pan the lens to see corner-to-corner, and there's a wall mount included for customized coverage. The night vision mode allows you to see in the dark.

This also has some nice features to help you relax. The built-in thermostat shows you at a glance what the temperature of the nursery is. The Smart Alert system notifies you when your baby is crying, and those combined with the video feed means you won't have to get up to double-check. Finally, if a lullaby is needed, the two-way voice communication lets you speak to your child from up to 460 feet away.

Life pro tip: You're going to spend about as much time staring at your baby monitor hoping your baby calms down and goes to sleep as you will actually sleeping... so you want one that's nice to look at! Lucky you, you can also save a chunk of change while you're at it.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.