How it works: Pee on the absorbent tip; then wait three minutes. It’s got a digital window that spells it out for you: “pregnant” or “not pregnant.” The name doesn’t lie -- it's easy to decipher.
How accurate it is: This test can be taken as early as four days before your expected period -- trouble is, it’s only 51 percent accurate at that time. One day before you miss your period, it’s 95 percent accurate, and on the day of your missed period, it's 99 percent accurate. Some women have complained that their test malfunctioned -- it gave them an error message or had dead batteries. So buyer beware that the trade-off for using something more high-tech might be a higher likelihood of it being broken.
Bumpies say: “[Another test’s result] was so faint, I was going cross-eyed trying to figure out if the other line was my imagination. So I got a Clearblue Easy and that was positive.” -- mel101
“I really liked the Clearblue Digital. I like that it's either yes or no -- there's no trying to figure out if there's a line or not. I even ended up with a super-early positive -- nine days post-ovulation.” -- MrsRenee
Price: $31 for 5, Diapers.com