We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Angelcare Baby Monitor, with sensor pad to monitor Baby's movements.
Gets rave reviews on almost every site.
Been looking for one at a decent price for a while, cheapest I've ever seen is on Amazon for £79. So to see it at Half that price in Tesco I nearly ran out the shop with out paying.
There was only one on the shelf in Wigan, (hopefully nationwide) but the Shelf edge label confirmed £39.97 and I've uploaded a photo of my receipt.

Good Luck
More From Tesco:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
capt_carl Avatar
capt_carl2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago
Options

All Comments

(16) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
rdwarr 1 Like #1
Been waiting for these to get cheap for a while now. Tempted to go for this but my youngest is now 21.
Oneday77#2
Great price, we bought one for £70. Still haven't used the movement pad but the sound quality is good.
col11 1 Like #3
rdwarr
Been waiting for these to get cheap for a while now. Tempted to go for this but my youngest is now 21.
Omg you have been waiting a while!!
nic83#4
The movement pad is the best invention, gives you great peace of mind.
Dehumanization#5
Fantastic product. Definitely worth buying if you're expecting/have a baby.
Sian71#6
Tesco Baby Event!!!!
topsy1973#7
I just paid £35 for a second hand one in very good nick! Not used yet but they get fantastic reviews and the mums I know who have them have said they give great peace of mind!
lukx#8
i paid for used one 35 - grate price
kenorb#9
Mixed reviews - quite a few people complaining that the units turn themselves off or lose connectivity if a mobile phone is in the vicinity!

Fantastic idea but would like a bit more reassurance before trusting my babys life to it!
PlowmanG#10
Can't rate this highly enough and an amazing price.. Gives great peace of mind - just don't forget to turn the sensor pad off before picking up to feed in the night :-)
MikeHerr#11
@kenorb - no such issues here. Been using it for a year, it has 2 iPhones within 1 feet of it most of the time when were sat on the sofa, occasional interference when receiving a text if the phone is right next to it but never had it turn off / go off or anything.

Great invention and semi tempted to pick one of these up - even though we have one and little one is a years old next week :p
SmokinMonkey#12
Great price, have one of these for our imminent arrival
moob#13
Shred any remaining nerves you may have left with having a newborn with this device, once it goes through it's usual cycle of false alarms.

Seriously folks, a regular decent quality monitor is sufficient, you don't need movement sensors - video cctv links etc.

Edited By: moob on Sep 03, 2012 13:43
Owlie#14
Thank you so much for posting this. I just got one from Tesco Southend on Sea for £39.97 - shelf said it was full price but it scanned at the reduced price. One more thing ticked off of my "to buy" list!!
AndyJ78#15
Must have gone back up. I just got one price checked in prescot, liverpool and it was £79.94 :(
zedx19#16
Needs expiring, tried multiple tescos and all scan at full price

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account