Angelcare AC401 Movement & Sound Monitor £49.99 @ Amazon Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Lowest price this monitors ever been for any parents to be out there. RRP is £99.00 but this usually is around £65-75 at other places. Plus Free Delivery from Amazon.

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Under-the-mattress sensor pad monitors your baby's movements
Full colour digital LCD screen with room temperature display
Audio 'tic' feature to reassure you while baby is sleeping silently
Nursery night light and sound-activated LED lights for added care
Low battery indicator and out-of-range alarm for peace of mind
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#1
Highly recommended. Nice find, heat added
#2
We have this and used it lots.

WARNING the first time the alarm goes off you will soil yourself, I know we did. Thankfully a false alarm, thanks to Mr Wriggle moving about. The only drawback is it sounds the alarm in the babies room too, so while they don't know what's going on they get upset with the noise. Though it does act as a wee shock to remind them to breathe.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Don't get a video one, images are rubbish and you'll never relax constantly watching it rather than Corrie.
1 Like #3
Oneday77


WARNING the first time the alarm goes off you will soil yourself, I know we did. Thankfully a false alarm, thanks to Mr Wriggle moving about. The only drawback is it sounds the alarm in the babies room too, so while they don't know what's going on they get upset with the noise. Though it does act as a wee shock to remind them to breathe.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Don't get a video one, images are rubbish and you'll never relax constantly watching it rather than Corrie.

We have this and have used it since birth, she is now 7months, only had the alarm go off once as she had managed to move off of the pad and spin herself around but yes it makes you move upstairs very fast.

Well worth this price and I also 2nd what you say about video ones dont get it otherwise you will never have time to relax.
#4
Oneday77
We have this and used it lots.

WARNING the first time the alarm goes off you will soil yourself, I know we did. Thankfully a false alarm, thanks to Mr Wriggle moving about. The only drawback is it sounds the alarm in the babies room too, so while they don't know what's going on they get upset with the noise. Though it does act as a wee shock to remind them to breathe.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Don't get a video one, images are rubbish and you'll never relax constantly watching it rather than Corrie.

Was thinking of getting this too:
Motorola MBP36S Digital Video Baby Monitor
#5
mrT786
Oneday77
We have this and used it lots.

WARNING the first time the alarm goes off you will soil yourself, I know we did. Thankfully a false alarm, thanks to Mr Wriggle moving about. The only drawback is it sounds the alarm in the babies room too, so while they don't know what's going on they get upset with the noise. Though it does act as a wee shock to remind them to breathe.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Don't get a video one, images are rubbish and you'll never relax constantly watching it rather than Corrie.

Was thinking of getting this too:
Motorola MBP36S Digital Video Baby Monitor

The Video ones are a nice idea, how ever the image is highly unlikely to look as good as that. I don't know about you but our little one likes to sleep with the lights off or curtains drawn. £140 video cameras won'd do as well as a £15k one that they use in Spring Watch or The Blair Witch Project.
The whole point of a baby monitor is to make sure your wee one is ok, if they are crying or their breathing has 'paused' then a video won't tell you much more than a cry or an Alarm.
#6
Great monitor.. Tho personally never used the movement sensor. Great price as usually a good few quid more than the current price.
#7
Plus 5% Quidco on baby products at the mo.
#8
Argos have it for the same price as well :)
#9
I bought this recently from John Lewis after getting them to price match Argos at £49.99. Great piece of kit. Heat added.
#10
We've had ours for 1.5 years. Great monitor. Highly recommended. We paid £15 more than this, so good deal.
1 Like #11
This is a must - I definitely slept better having peace of mind.
#12
Great price and great invention.
#13
mb1
Great price and great invention.


couldnt agree more!
#14
We had one, alarm went off once and my son stopped breathing, picked him up and he started straight away, may have started on his own naturally but I'll never know, so glad I had this monitor. Fab price!
#15
Worth every penny!
#16
Such a good product, well worth the money
#17
For anyone looking to buy, Amazon are still selling it but are not on front page of product because it on back order (Usually dispatched within 2 - 3 weeks) check the other sellers box on the right.
#18
2 -3 weeks wait now.
#19
Thanks very much.

Our first is due in less than 3 weeks so taking a punt on this as you have all gave it great reviews and so are the other ones elsewhere online.

Our cot is pretty big, is the mat you get big? I'm worried it might not cover the size of our cot? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
#20
back up to full price DAMN IT!
1 Like #21
Donkii
back up to full price DAMN IT!


No if you click on new & used you'll see Amazon still selling it for £49.99.
#22
drunk1
Thanks very much.

Our first is due in less than 3 weeks so taking a punt on this as you have all gave it great reviews and so are the other ones elsewhere online.

Our cot is pretty big, is the mat you get big? I'm worried it might not cover the size of our cot? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks.


The mat is one size, quite small but fine when they're little as thy don't wriggle too much. There's a sensitivity setting, we found if we ever had false alarms we just needed to either reposition or change the sensitivity, hope that helps
#23
dawnhampshire
drunk1
Thanks very much.

Our first is due in less than 3 weeks so taking a punt on this as you have all gave it great reviews and so are the other ones elsewhere online.

Our cot is pretty big, is the mat you get big? I'm worried it might not cover the size of our cot? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks.


The mat is one size, quite small but fine when they're little as thy don't wriggle too much. There's a sensitivity setting, we found if we ever had false alarms we just needed to either reposition or change the sensitivity, hope that helps




Nice one. Thank you, appreciate the feedback! Looks great, I'm sure the instruction manual should help loads too!
#24
hi. ive seen a few comments about cameras being a poor choice for monitoring babies. from my own experiences i found the HD IP wifi cameras you can buy to be very useful (in addition to a movement monitor). for <70£ you can pick up a good one that will do night vision, 2way sound, left/right, up/down and you can even see small movements like your baby breathing. as an additional benefit when one of us is working late you can view your lo via your phone's 3g/4g when hes going to sleep. you will need a tablet, smartphone or ipad to view though.
#25
Thanks v much for posting this, couldn't get to Argos so the free delivery was v helpful!
#26
Why has this been expired? Still available from amazon for £49.99 on back order.

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