- 1 The best baby bottle
- 2 A child carrier for outdoorsy parents
- 3 An easy-to-use double stroller
- 4 A way to keep an eye on your kid
- 5 A Simple Trick to Reset Your Post-Baby Budget
- 6 How to Buy Baby Gear Like an Economist: A Q&A With Author Emily Oster
- 7 Gear to Help Your Baby—and You—Sleep Better
- 8 How to Give Kids Gifts With Real Value
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Life with a new baby can be overwhelming, and the last thing you need is expensive gear that is frustrating to set up, doesn’t work right, or becomes damaged after only a few uses. As a parent, you deserve a break, which is why our ever-searching Deals team has rounded up the best discounts on Wirecutter-vetted parenting picks that won’t leave you screaming like a newborn. These deals might not change diapers or convince your kids to eat broccoli, but they can make your life a little more convenient.
The best baby bottle
Lansinoh mOmma Bottle (pack of three)
Street price: $16. Deal price: $11.
Finding the right bottle for your baby can take a lot of trial and error. Though it may not work for everyone, our panel of testers think the Lansinoh mOmma Bottle should be the one you try first. As our top pick for the best baby bottle, the mOmma is simpler to use and easier to clean than the others we tested. Its gently sloping nipple works well for many babies and is much firmer than those of its competitors, while remaining flexible. At just $11 for a pack of three—a rare deal for these bottles—this is a great chance to save on a Wirecutter pick that hardly ever sees discounts.
Read our review of the Lansinoh mOmma Bottle.
A child carrier for outdoorsy parents
Osprey Poco AG
Street price: $250. Deal price: $187.
For parents who want to hit the trails with their little ones, a reliable baby carrier is essential. The Osprey Poco AG has all of the features you’d want: a roomy seat, adjustable foot stirrups, sunshade, and extra storage space. The Poco is an especially good choice if your kid likes to walk around and explore, as its roomy seat makes taking them out (and putting them back in) easy. The only gripe our testers had with the Poco was its lack of padding around the waistband—but if that’s not a dealbreaker for you, now is a great chance to save on our runner-up pick.
Read our review of the Osprey Poco AG.
An easy-to-use double stroller
Baby Jogger City Mini Double
Street price: $400. Deal price: $315.
Double strollers can be pretty unwieldy, which is why finding one that’s easily maneuverable is key. With its narrow side-by-side frame, the Baby Jogger City Mini Double fits the bill. The Citi Mini has the quickest, simplest fold of any double stroller we tested, plus it puts both kids in equivalent seats and lets them recline comfortably. This is a great price drop on our top pick for the best double stroller if you like one of the deal-qualifying color options (red or green).
Read our review of the Baby Jogger City Mini Double.
A way to keep an eye on your kid
Eufy SpaceView Baby Monitor
Street price: $155. Deal price: $116 with clipped on-page coupon.
When it comes to baby monitors, many parents find that the peace of mind they afford is well worth the price. And now that our top pick is on sale, you can get the very best without breaking the bank. The Eufy SpaceView was, without a doubt, the best baby monitor we found: With better range, video and image quality, and battery life than any of the monitors we tested, it outperforms the competition in every way. Even the extent of the camera’s pan and tilt is superior. Though we’ve seen better deals on the Eufy SpaceView in the past, this one is still a great opportunity to save on the best baby monitor out there.
Read our review of the Eufy SpaceView.
Source: NY Times – Wirecutter
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