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Angelcare AC401 Movement and Sound Baby Monitor £39.97 @ Tesco instore

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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.

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    rdwarr
    Been waiting for these to get cheap for a while now. Tempted to go for this but my youngest is now 21.
    Oneday77
    Great price, we bought one for £70. Still haven't used the movement pad but the sound quality is good.
    col11
    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
    The movement pad is the best invention, gives you great peace of mind.
    Dehumanization
    Fantastic product. Definitely worth buying if you're expecting/have a baby.
    Sian71
    Tesco Baby Event!!!!
    topsy1973
    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
    i paid for used one 35 - grate price
    kenorb
    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
    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
    @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
    Great price, have one of these for our imminent arrival
    moob
    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
    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
    Must have gone back up. I just got one price checked in prescot, liverpool and it was £79.94 :(
    zedx19
    Needs expiring, tried multiple tescos and all scan at full price

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