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Bit of a bargain, easily the cheapest I can find; Argos have this at £90 and selling for up to £130 elsewhere.

10 channel digital audio baby monitor and ortable parent unit. This model has a range 300m with an 'Out of range indicator' at 50m. There are 5 volume levels and 2-way talk back. Comes fitted with night-light and sound sensitive light display. Also includes a temperature display (degrees C/F selection) mattress sensor pad. Requires 3 AA batteries - not included. Mains adaptors for parent and baby units. Complies with EN 60950.
Digital audio baby monitor.


10 channels.


Portable parent unit.


Range 300m.


Out of range indicator 50m.


5 volume and off.


2-way talk back.


Night-light.


Sound sensitive light display.


10 music melodies.


Temperature display (degrees C/F selection).


Mattress sensor pad.


Black and white monitor display.


Low battery audible beep.


Requires 3 AA batteries - not included.


Mains adaptors for parent and baby units.


Power, menu, OK, Volume Up and Volume Down and Talk to Baby buttons.
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#1
Going to order.
#2
Daft Question but this is really for use with Twin babies right? It's still cheaper than the single one so would I be stupid if I bought this for our new baby. I guess the other unit could always be used as a spare? :thumbsup:
#3
dinglebin
Daft Question but this is really for use with Twin babies right? It's still cheaper than the single one so would I be stupid if I bought this for our new baby. I guess the other unit could always be used as a spare? :thumbsup:


I think its so you can have one in one room and one in another, good if you have a large house then you can hear baby easily.:)
#4
yummymummy2202
I think its so you can have one in one room and one in another, good if you have a large house then you can hear baby easily.:)

Thanks - I realised that after I posted. Typical blokey question.... Sorry
#5
This will be our 1st baby so I'm in panic mode about what we need and how much it's all going to cost. Does this really represent good value and is it a good monitor?
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Hi Dinglebin, IMHO this represents fantastic value for money if u compare it with other monitors that include a sensor mat (I paid a small fortune for my anglecare one!) and as this has night light, temp', lullabys etc it could save you a small fortune compared to if you bought these seperately! Talking from experience there are LOADS of things that you think you need for your first baby that you probably dont, in my case i bought a napper wrapper (then used cheapy nappy sacks as they were much more convenient), bottle warmer (seemed to take twice as long compared to a jug of hot water, changing unit (then changed her on the bed or on her mat if downstairs) and to be honest there's probably more that I cant remember! My advise would be to ask as many parents what they did/didn't use much and then look at ur own circumstances....sorry to have rambled on but I so wish someone would have said this to me when we were expecting! Oh and congratulations!
#7
comet06
Hi Dinglebin, IMHO this represents fantastic value for money if u compare it with other monitors that include a sensor mat (I paid a small fortune for my anglecare one!) and as this has night light, temp', lullabys etc it could save you a small fortune compared to if you bought these seperately! Talking from experience there are LOADS of things that you think you need for your first baby that you probably dont, in my case i bought a napper wrapper (then used cheapy nappy sacks as they were much more convenient), bottle warmer (seemed to take twice as long compared to a jug of hot water, changing unit (then changed her on the bed or on her mat if downstairs) and to be honest there's probably more that I cant remember! My advise would be to ask as many parents what they did/didn't use much and then look at ur own circumstances....sorry to have rambled on but I so wish someone would have said this to me when we were expecting! Oh and congratulations!

Thanks - That was really reasuring and helpful. I'm going to go ahead and order it now and hope it's still in stock. We'll take your advice and ask everyone for there experiences. Rep added. Thanks again
#8
hi dinglebin, I had another monitor that cost £100+ and it was terrible ... it just kept hissing and crackling (couldn't handle the solid brick walls).

I now have this model and can assure you the sound quality and distance range even through solid brick walls is excellent.
#9
I was looking for Video baby monitor. Any recommendation, Please?
#10
Thanks going to order for our 1st baby that is due in 2 weeks time :thumbsup:
#11
thanks just ordered, heat added got it for £31.49 with SUMMER10 discount code
#12
I ordered day deal posted up and mine come very quickly like within 3days or so.
#13
I ordered and just got it at home.
Something I don't understand is this on the product description: "Also includes a temperature display (degrees C/F selection) mattress sensor pad."
The one I got doesn't incude any mattress sensor pad I can't find any model of this brand that includes it.
Is this a typo or does anyone know of a model of this brand that do include the mattress, if so, I would ask WHS for it to be included.
#14
All other web site with this model says nothing about the mattress sensor pad. I Think we have a bit of false advertising.
#15
Oh dear that was why I ordered these, just been on the website and it won't allow me to cancel my order :x
#16
Mrs F
Oh dear that was why I ordered these, just been on the website and it won't allow me to cancel my order :x


Phone up 1st thing Monday,I doubt their customer services be open tomorrow.
#17
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Phone up 1st thing Monday,I doubt their customer services be open tomorrow.


Thanks, I will it says phone Mon to Fri. I see that you have got these, did you get them from WHSmiths and did it not include a temperature display (degrees C/F selection) mattress sensor pad?

I can't understand why it won't allow me to cancel as I only ordered a few minutes ago. I have just read that you can return for a refund to a WHSmiths store if they have already sent them out. So if it comes to it I'll have to get someone to take them into town for me.
#18
Are video monitors and mattress sensors for parents who are really paranoid or just really lazy? Amazon also confirms it doesn't have mattress sensor. I'm not really sure why you'd need 2 parent units though? If I leave the room I take the parent unit with me. More laziness I guess!
#19
publicnme
Are video monitors and mattress sensors for parents who are really paranoid or just really lazy? Amazon also confirms it doesn't have mattress sensor. I'm not really sure why you'd need 2 parent units though? If I leave the room I take the parent unit with me. More laziness I guess!


A video monitor is a luxury but what a luxury I have one now and absolutely love it, seeing my little girl asleep and safe, def. would not go back now as it adds an extra bit of comfort and its also nice to see them,
#20
publicnme
Are video monitors and mattress sensors for parents who are really paranoid or just really lazy? Amazon also confirms it doesn't have mattress sensor. I'm not really sure why you'd need 2 parent units though? If I leave the room I take the parent unit with me. More laziness I guess!


Erm I guessing that you don't have children, mattress sensors sound an alarm to alert parents that their baby has irregular breathing or god forbid stop breathing altogether if this helps to prevent SIDS in just one baby then it's worth it. There's nothing wrong with been paranoid better to be safe then sorry and no not lazy you can't be awake 24 hours of the day watching your precious baby. Two units maybe one for each parent or carer?
#21
Mrs F
Erm I guessing that you don't have children, mattress sensors sound an alarm to alert parents that their baby has irregular breathing or god forbid stop breathing altogether if this helps to prevent SIDS in just one baby then it's worth it. There's nothing wrong with been paranoid better to be safe then sorry and no not lazy you can't be awake 24 hours of the day watching your precious baby. Two units maybe one for each parent or carer?


You guess wrong, I have a 13month old. I just think they are for paranoid parents and put them in the same category as dopplers. I know you can't be awake 24hours, I said I carry my monitor from room to room if I move. If I want to see my child, I walk up the stairs to have a look which is far better than looking at a tiny video screen of a dark room.

I just worry that cause people have this 'mattress alarm', do they think it's a get out of jail card and not take the recommended advice of not using covers, having the room at the correct temperature, not smoking etc. If 1 person does think that, it undoes the work of the 1 baby it does save.

And yes there is something wrong with being paranoid. Better safe than sorry, yes, but paranoid, no. My paranoid friend spends so much time cleaning and sterilising she's always stressed and doesn't seem to enjoy her child anywhere near as much as I do mine.

All just my opinion :thumbsup:
#22
publicnme
You guess wrong, I have a 13month old. I just think they are for paranoid parents and put them in the same category as dopplers. I know you can't be awake 24hours, I said I carry my monitor from room to room if I move. If I want to see my child, I walk up the stairs to have a look which is far better than looking at a tiny video screen of a dark room.

I just worry that cause people have this 'mattress alarm', do they think it's a get out of jail card and not take the recommended advice of not using covers, having the room at the correct temperature, not smoking etc. If 1 person does think that, it undoes the work of the 1 baby it does save.

And yes there is something wrong with being paranoid. Better safe than sorry, yes, but paranoid, no. My paranoid friend spends so much time cleaning and sterilising she's always stressed and doesn't seem to enjoy her child anywhere near as much as I do mine.

All just my opinion :thumbsup:


You so very lucky as I'm guessing that your partner has never suffered a loss, because trust me when you have it sadly causes you to be paranoid througout pregnancy (this is why ladies buy dopplers) and still worry when the baby is finally here.

I think that most of it is common sense and hopefully parents will along with the mattress stick to the guidelines you always get the ones that think it'll never happen to me and smoke etc but that's just bad parenting nothing to do with buying the mattress. If it helps good parents feel better and safer then I don't see the harm. Yes you have to make sure your house is clean and sterilise bottles etc but not go overboard as the baby needs to build up their immune system.

I'm almost ready to have my much wanted baby and will be going into hospital soon I have my bag and babys bag packed now I've read that I should wash all of babys clothes in non bio wash powder before he/she wears them even though they're in packaging? Now even this is a new one on me. So although I want the mattress I won't be paraonoid in other areas, most parents like us just want it for peace of mind and will still always follow the other guidelines helping to prevent SIDS.
#23
Just phoned customer services and the lady checked for me and said that it does come with the mattress sensor pad :? So I've not cancelled my order. Oh well if it doesn't I'll have to get my OH to take it back to our local WHSmiths for a full refund. Also just noticed that they're 'out of stock' now.
#24
Mrs F
You so very lucky as I'm guessing that your partner has never suffered a loss, because trust me when you have it sadly causes you to be paranoid througout pregnancy (this is why ladies buy dopplers) and still worry when the baby is finally here.

I think that most of it is common sense and hopefully parents will along with the mattress stick to the guidelines you always get the ones that think it'll never happen to me and smoke etc but that's just bad parenting nothing to do with buying the mattress. If it helps good parents feel better and safer then I don't see the harm. Yes you have to make sure your house is clean and sterilise bottles etc but not go overboard as the baby needs to build up their immune system.

I'm almost ready to have my much wanted baby and will be going into hospital soon I have my bag and babys bag packed now I've read that I should wash all of babys clothes in non bio wash powder before he/she wears them even though they're in packaging? Now even this is a new one on me. So although I want the mattress I won't be paraonoid in other areas, most parents like us just want it for peace of mind and will still always follow the other guidelines helping to prevent SIDS.


We had 2 miscarriages before my son. Common sense... just how many people are lacking in that though?

Washing new baby clothes again is just playing on paranoia because 1 baby somewhere in the world once reacted to something in the new clothes.

Stolen from another forum:

Bio vs Non-Bio

The difference is simple, bio has enzymes in it and non-bio does not. The enzymes are “biological” in that they target certain types of organic based stains and remove them extremely effectively. They occur naturally and pose no threat to humans.

There’s an argument that you get which says that non-bio is better for your skin, well, maybe in about 0.0002% of people or some other such insignificant odds. You’ve more chance of winning the lottery than suffering some form of skin problem due to a modern name-brand detergent as the science and testing that goes into these products is just absolutely staggering.

Quite honestly after studying detergents this seems nothing more than a myth and an easy way out for the medical profession who should really do a proper skin test if you suffer from irritation to find out what the actual problem is instead of just guessing.

Funnily enough I was recently informed that the UK was the only country in the world where there was bio and non-bio available. Amazing how the rest of the world doesn’t suffer the same alleged skin irritations isn’t it?
#25
This is a good read too, very sensible advice LINKY
#26
I've received mine, and can confirm that it does not come with a mattress sensor. Going to send it back as the maximum volume is way too low for my liking, don't know if mine is faulty but you can't hear a thing on this if you have the tv on etc.! :?
#27
road2
I've received mine, and can confirm that it does not come with a mattress sensor. Going to send it back as the maximum volume is way too low for my liking, don't know if mine is faulty but you can't hear a thing on this if you have the tv on etc.! :?


TBH I thought that the deal was too good to be true, looks like my Mr F is going to have to take a trip into town to return ours when they arrive.

Thanks for letting me know :thumbsup:
#28
publicnme
This is a good read too, very sensible advice LINKY


:thumbsup:
#29
so what is it then? Does it come with the sensor pad or not? Soemone phones customer services and they say it does, someone else receives it and says it doesnt...

Out of Stock at the moment anyway.
#30
Yes I phoned customer services and they did said it included the mat, but Road2 who has actually received the product says it didn't I know who my moneys on and it's not customer services all they would have done is read the info on their website and not actually opened a box. I have had a confirmation email today so I will no doubt receive them sometime this week the like I said will just return them back to my local WHSmith.
#31
is the sensor mat that important? Or is it more to do with the fact that without it, the item is not worth this much?
banned#32
publicnme
This is a good read too, very sensible advice LINKY


Great link had no idea adding white vinegar when washing babies clothes helps get rid of smells will need to try that out:) Ordered baby monitors good deal i think!
#33
To me the sensor mat is important of course this is my own personal choice and was the only reason that I ordered these as it advertised it with a sensor mat. Yes I think that they are worth the money without one but as I only ordered these because it said on the description that a sensor mat is included it's false advertising and I wouldn't have ordered them and stuck with the Angelcare.
#34
ok, can anyone recommend a good quality, efficient two way baby monitor?
#35
How about this:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3750883/Trail/searchtext%3EBABY+MONITOR.htm#tabrev

Got a lot of good reviews, the night light looks like a useful feature, two way sound, and light monitor (dunno how useful that would be). Any experiences of this here, or any alternatives people can suggest?
#36
Sold Out! Bummer!
[mod][Moderator]#37
It defintely does not include a mattress sensor, although Argos and Amazon are still advertising it with one, WH Smiths have clarified it with the manufacturer and changed their website accordingly.

Still a good price.
#38
After all that I've decided to keep mine Mr F liked them and said that a mattress won't stop me worrying and yes it was a good price.

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