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Hi, Can anyone recommend a good baby monitor at a good price? Possibly reduced Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
Hi,
Can anyone recommend a good baby monitor at a good price?

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
My mother-in-law.

No charges at all.
#2
A digital monitor is best, we currently have an analogue monitor but just bought a digital one as we kept picking up the neighbours house clear as day word for word
#3
I've got this one for my son, and our rooms our quite far apart and it works perfectly!

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3750883/Trail/searchtext%3EBABY+MONITORS.htm
#4
We used this one http://www.discountcommunications.co.uk/acatalog/discount-communications-low-cost-BT-Digital-Baby-Monitor.html

It's £55.79 there plus delivery so not cheap but it's effective. Took it to a hotel in Wales, baby unit in bedroom parent unit in bar (down two floors and along about 30m) and it still worked just fine.
#5
There was a digital one on Boffer yesterday for £16.99 I think. They have their Sell-Off at the moment, so might be worth watching to see of it comes round again.
#6
We have the one below thats available from eBay that has been fantastic and so much more re-assuring with it having sound & vision -
http://*********.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=250326414159&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=015

Its not the cheapest monitor available but its one of the cheapest video monitors & it has been perfect for us. If we ever broke it we would replace it with the same one!

Good luck with the Bambino!! :thumbsup:
#7
May be a little pricey, but deffo value for money is the BT 150...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BT-150-Digital-Baby-Monitor/dp/B000T4YB66/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=baby&qid=1234991213&sr=8-1

We bought cos of good reviews, not yet properly tested as baby not quite arrived yet, but its 2 way, has a built in room thermometer... It plays songs that can be remotely started from the handset, You can hook your MP3 player up to it and also the parent unit doubles as a torch!!!!

Seems good value to me.... The review on Amazon are very positive as well...
#8
If interested, I'm selling a Philips Baby Monitor with Dial-Up Function (SBC SC469) on which you can hear the baby via mobile phone and it has the talk back function too as well as a nightlight (It's boxed- new) for £60 delivered..

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/349999/showthread.php?p=4530588&posted=1#post4530588
#9
The best one to go for is a monitor that has a breathing sensor that sets an alarm off if the baby stops breathing..
Sound and vision is great but the reassurance from a monitor that checks baby is breathing ok was second to none for me when mine was small - I knew someone who's baby died in the night and that was always on my mind so the monitor was great.

The one I got was call Angelcare and the monitor shows the baby breathing as lights on it.

I think Mothercare and ToysRus do them for around £80 - a bit expensiive but what price for peace of mind?
#10
DAMNOME
The best one to go for is a monitor that has a breathing sensor that sets an alarm off if the baby stops breathing..
Sound and vision is great but the reassurance from a monitor that checks baby is breathing ok was second to none for me when mine was small - I knew someone who's baby died in the night and that was always on my mind so the monitor was great.

The one I got was call Angelcare and the monitor shows the baby breathing as lights on it.

I think Mothercare and ToysRus do them for around £80 - a bit expensiive but what price for peace of mind?


I've heard very mixed things about these from the missus and her friends at her baby group. Some say they go off all the time for no reason, others swear by them. We went for a Tomy set here http://www.mothercare.com/gp/product/B000JFC964/sr=1-3/qid=1236032436/ref=sr_1_3/275-0369803-3043832?ie=UTF8&m=A2LBKNDJ2KZUGQ&n=42871041&mcb=core which works fine over a 3-storey house. Main problem with them seems to be that the rechargeable battery in the parent unit starts to lose it's charge time after 12 months or so and we now find that the parent unit battery will run out after about 3 hours off of its charging cradle (that is with 21 months continuous use though)
#11
stewby
I've heard very mixed things about these from the missus and her friends at her baby group. Some say they go off all the time for no reason, others swear by them. We went for a Tomy set here http://www.mothercare.com/gp/product/B000JFC964/sr=1-3/qid=1236032436/ref=sr_1_3/275-0369803-3043832?ie=UTF8&m=A2LBKNDJ2KZUGQ&n=42871041&mcb=core which works fine over a 3-storey house. Main problem with them seems to be that the rechargeable battery in the parent unit starts to lose it's charge time after 12 months or so and we now find that the parent unit battery will run out after about 3 hours off of its charging cradle (that is with 21 months continuous use though)


just call tomy, they will send you a new battery foc. I did!

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