Safety 1st Angelcare Monitor Reviews
Product Type: Safety 1st safety products
Description:Brand: Safety 1st / Safety Type: Baby Monitors / Sleep peacefully. For peace of mind while your baby sleeps, this system monitors sound, movement, or a combination of the two.
Newest Review: ... for 20 seconds, an alarm sounds. It comes in three parts, the pad which you place under the mattress, the monitor which you ... more
Customer Safety 1st Angelcare Monitor Reviews (29)
by Richard E. - written on 26/10/07
Excellent piece of kit, let down by interference (background buzzing) which gets worse over time. Sensor pad works very well but due to buzzing, volume needs to be set very low to avoid annoyance making it difficult to hear if your child is making noises. Contacted the manufacturer (not an easy task in itself) and they were of little help, seemingly disinterested as the product was just out of the short 6 month warranty although the buzzing developed much earlier. We like the sensor pad feature and am now considering buying a digital monitor to use along side the Anglecare so we have the sensor pad and a clear audio link. Not aware of any digital monitors with sensor ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 238 readings)
I inherited this baby monitor from my brother. They have used it for their two children and didn't have any problems so I thought I'd give it a shot! One of the main features of this device that really appealed to me as a new mum was the movement sensor pad that sits underneath your baby's cot mattress - one less thing to worry about on a night! Very easy to assemble, you simply place the movement sensor pad under your cot mattress, thread the wire under the mattress and through the cot bars and this then plugs into your main monitor base. Next, you insert the wire for the plug into the other hole on the mains monitor base. The second ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/09 (Very useful, 122 readings)
After looking at so many reviews and options of baby monitors we opted for the Angelcare baby monitor because it has the sensor pad that goes under the baby's mattress, if your baby doesn't move or breath for 20 seconds the alarm sounds. You just have to always remember to turn the monitor off when picking up the baby as the alarm will sound. (The amount of times we would get downstairs and then after 20 seconds we would hear the alarm and have to run upstairs to turn it off) As first time parents this was something that put our minds at rest through the night as we knew if anything was to go wrong we would be alerted and we would be able to get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/09 (Very useful, 119 readings)
I knew from the outset that I would be one of those paranoid mum's constantly worrying about my baby & wondering if he was still breathing through the night, so I invested in the Angelcare monitor with movement sensor mat. The set includes a 'baby unit', 'parent unit' & movement sensor mat. The mat is placed under baby's mattress (if like mine, the base of the cot is slatted, or you're using it in such a moses basket, then you will need to place the mat on a firm surface such as a piece of plywood under the mattress), & is so sensitive that it can detect even the lightest of breathing. The mat connects to the baby unit which then transmits to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/09 (Very useful, 247 readings)
I bought this monitor for my first baby as I'm one of those worriers who imagines the worst of everything. I wanted to know how my baby was 24 hours a day especially when I'm in a deep sleep. We put it in his carrycot at first then changed it over to his cot once he was 5 weeks old. This enabled me to make a tough but worthwile choice to put him in his own room at 5 weeks. He now sleeps through the night 8 till 8 and goes to sleep on his own at 21 months and always has done. Its really easy to use. You put the sensor mat under the mattress in the middle and plug it in to the cloud shaped device. You plug the adaptor in to the second hole and you're ... Read the complete review
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