The 10 Best Smart Changing Pads

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Many of today's changing pads are designed to help make diapering your baby a quicker, less frustrating process. Whether you’re seeking a portable model, one that entertains, or one that sends useful data to your smartphone, our list has you covered. For safety’s sake, comply with all manufacturer guidelines, including age and weight limits, and never leave your child unattended on high surfaces. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Hatch Baby Grow

2. Beanko Portable Station

3. Skip Hop Nursery Style

Editor's Notes

February 05, 2019:

All of the models featured here provide innovative ways to make diaper changing more convenient, and our list offers viable choices for on-the-go parents as well as those who spend much of their time at home. The Hatch Baby Grow is a high-tech solution for weighing your baby before and after a given feeding, which can help provide reassurance he or she is getting enough sustenance from breastfeeding. Its data can be shared easily via the corresponding app with multiple caregivers. When you’re running low on sleep, you’ll appreciate models like the Keekaroo Peanut, which require no laundering. Whichever one you buy, put your child’s safety above all else by following manufacturer guidelines and never leaving him or her unattended during the changing process, especially when it’s taking place on an elevated surface like a changing table.

4. Maman Organizer

5. Nouella Basket

6. Patemm Round

7. Serta iComfort

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8. MeloBaby All-in-One

9. Keekaroo Peanut

10. SnoofyBee Portable

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