Angelcare AC401 Baby Movement and Sound Monitor Reviews
Product Type: Angelcare safety products
Newest Review: ... movement sensor as she had one and found it really useful. I did some research about the monitors on line and thought that ... more
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Customer Angelcare AC401 Baby Movement and Sound Monitor Reviews (21)
by - written on 20/02/12, updated on 24/06/12 (Very useful, 250 readings)
When I was pregnant I did a lot of research into which monitor to chose. I knew this was going to be a "must" purchase as the house we moved into is quite old and the sound doesn't travel at all through the walls! The reviews I read at the time pointed to this as one of the best, so I added it to my "amazon wishlist", which my Mother-in-law kindly bought for us. I have been using this for the past 8 months and have found that it has good and bad points. ~ Cost and Availability ~ It cost around £75 to buy of Amazon, however, you can buy these in most shops selling baby items i.e. Argos, ToysRus, Mothercare and normally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/10 (Very useful, 405 readings)
Although a baby monitor wasn't exactly an essential purchase, it was one that was quite high on my list. When looking at all the different models I knew I wanted one with a movement monitor (I had a very personal reason for this) but didn't want to spend a small fortune. After spending some time searching the web, looking at specifications and reading reviews I chose the Angelcare AC401, which cost me £59.99, and I've now been using this monitor for eight months. ==Out Of The Box== Setting up the AC401 was a fairly simple affair, I did read through the clear instruction booklet, but when I moved Freddy from Moses basket to cot I didn't bother to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/11, updated on 30/10/11 (Very useful, 260 readings)
When I was pregnant I bought a Tommee Tippee monitor with motion detect. However it was so freakin loud with static that I soon got rid and purchased the Angelcare monitor from Toys R Us which cost me £89.99. I believe it is often on offer at £59.99 or less, and obviously less on eBay. It was essential to me that the monitor I chose had a motion detector as I am over-cautious with regards to cot death. Not only that, but my daughter was premature and very small (still is) so I have always worried about her. The monitor comes in a square box which includes: parent unit, docking station, sensor mat, baby unit, power supply. Batteries are not included, but it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
We visited Angelcare's stand at the 2009 Baby Show at Earls Court and were able to physically compare this with Tommee Tippee's offering on their stand. We opted to buy this one as it was better value for money, and featured a temperature readout on the hand held unit, rather than the Tommee Tippee one that showed the temperature on the base unit (which stays in the nursery). The monitor itself is an attractive unit, and the blue lighting provides just enough light for night time feeds to be carried out without unduly waking baby. This model has many handy features; the ones that we particularly like are the upper and lower temperature alarms, and the alarm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I don't consider myself to be an over anxious mum, but like many I did worry about my new baby being safe. The Angelcare movement monitor was a godsend! It provided so much reassurance and stopped me spending hours hovering over my baby to check she was still breathing!It comes with a sensor pad that you place under the cot mattress ( I also used it in the moses basket) and attach to a room monitor. This monitor comes with a blue nightlight so you can check on baby without turning on a brighter light. As well as the light, it displays the room temperature. It is worth noting that once the monitor has warmed up, it affects the temperature reading, usually ... Read the complete review
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