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Watch Over Me Dream Station £19.99 @ Home Bargains (RRP £59.99)

£19.99 @ Home Bargains
Looking for alight projector for my baby and came across what appears to be a rather snazzy one. "Parents who reviewed this product have found it to be amazing! The device attaches to the top of … Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Looking for alight projector for my baby and came across what appears to be a rather snazzy one.

"Parents who reviewed this product have found it to be amazing! The device attaches to the top of the cot/crib and has moving arms that help to stimulate interest and act as a projection wall for the soothing mood light show. It even has some very interesting, colourful objects that can be hung from the arms.

The device has a variable time selector, plays 18 soothing melodies that were chosen by sleep experts that can be played through a high quality speaker, has a melody mood selector so you choose what is best for your baby and even has a motion and sound sensor so that if your baby awakes in the night, it will activate and lull your baby back to sleep!

It works with 5 phases so phase 1: Time for bed Switch the device on as you place your baby in the crib and the arms (paddles) will sway, gentle music will play and soft lights will help to calm the baby down. Once the smart sensor senses less activity, it switches to phase 2 (falling asleep). Light, music and movements are made softer and quieter to help ease them into sleep and then phase 3 is when the device detects that your baby is asleep and the motion, projected lights and music are replaced by soothing mood lights and white noise. Phase 4 is continued sleep The smart sensor will be on standby through the night in case your baby wakes. Phase 5 Waking up: You can set the timer and the Watch Over Me will activate by turning on lights and music to gently wake your baby in a good mood.

Features:

1 Device with 3 optional soft hanging shapes
Animated moving arms
Projected light show
Soothing mood light
Sleep expert selected music
Soothing white noise
Smart sensor technology
For ages 0 - 5 months
4 x C sized Batteries required"

Argos are currently selling them at £57.59
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#1
this is a brilliant product, my daughter loved hers. Heat added.
#2
I might just get this for mysekf!!
#3
good find op, heat added :)
#4
which branch?
1 Like #5
sounds cool just need a baby for this to be tried on
#6
MrsAp
which branch?

It's national (as far as I can tell) and available on-line.
#7
Confused babies ho.... More electronic tat. 1 vote for actual human interaction.
#8
These are good and that is a good price. I got one slightly cheaper from Amazon a few weeks ago (£17.99) and at that time they were selling for £57 in Argos. They really work too.
#9
Just buy a mathmos oil wheel "space projector" enough light to change a nappy by, proper constantly changing & blending colours.. many wheels & slides to choose from (additional purchases) ..unlike the OP's item the mathmos has a decent resale value, or good for retro cool (not that retro as it only came out in about 1996) :D

No expensive c cells to let you down either.
#10
otterboxer
Confused babies ho.... More electronic tat. 1 vote for actual human interaction.

I've just bought one of these and I'm not going to use it to replace human interaction. It'll be used only at the times when he'd normally be in his cot alone.
#11
MR GUS
Just buy a mathmos oil wheel "space projector" enough light to change a nappy by, proper constantly changing & blending colours.. many wheels & slides to choose from (additional purchases) ..unlike the OP's item the mathmos has a decent resale value, or good for retro cool (not that retro as it only came out in about 1996) :D

No expensive c cells to let you down either.

They're also five times the price of this item Mr Gus.
#12
Thanks OP not come across this before and had been considering one of those glow worm type melody night lights but this seems much better!
1 Like #13
Shame about the delivery charge
#14
@kazza, invest in the best, ..plus I have got hold of new ones for as little as £34 delivered for mates in the past, (esp those who saw how well it worked in our baby room, & it is also works well for autistic spectrum kids too

Like I say, plastic that you'll be hard pressed to give away, changing batteries like a demon (c cells are how much for good ones) !? & then it is limited resale due in part to nesting syndrome / car boot sale purchase because it has no intrinsic value.

unlike a mathmos. which you can buy (more expensive yes) ..but as pointed out has good resale value, if you ever want to part with it, (there is a 99 version for £22 & 6.19 p&p currently, though summer is best time to buy).

The reason this is at home bargains & has a fantastical rrp is because it is a pile of crud which hasn't held its own in the market.

Think the only one we ever rated was the L'amaze (saw it again recently on black mirror) which we used to use in conjunction with the mathmos.

Sounds like you might be best off hawking round a car boot sale for someone offloading a full nursery cos it has damn all value.

Having that sensor is a loss too, it will be draining the battery unless completely turned off, you'll be chewing through c cells potentially.

Plus you really want to find something that lasts more than 5 months as part of the recommended age range, ((worrying)) & is a problem to attach to the side of the cot bed with the possibility of falling down onto a newborn, (batteries weight potentially adding to the "clonk" factor.

So whilst it is pricier to buy a mathmos, it can be utilised for years, & stuck elsewhere if wanted, my kid still loves hers ((mine)) ..it is good quality kit.

£20 over the 0-5 month age recommendation is £4 per month (not inc batteries) thats not so good a price short term, plus you are going to worry that an older kid will snap off the plasticy reflector leaves & perhaps do some damage to themselves.
oO
#15
Cheaper on Amazon as delivery free
#16
MR GUS
@kazza, invest in the best, ..plus I have got hold of new ones for as little as £34 delivered for mates in the past, (esp those who saw how well it worked in our baby room, & it is also works well for autistic spectrum kids too

Like I say, plastic that you'll be hard pressed to give away, changing batteries like a demon (c cells are how much for good ones) !? & then it is limited resale due in part to nesting syndrome / car boot sale purchase because it has no intrinsic value.

unlike a mathmos. which you can buy (more expensive yes) ..but as pointed out has good resale value, if you ever want to part with it, (there is a 99 version for £22 & 6.19 p&p currently, though summer is best time to buy).

The reason this is at home bargains & has a fantastical rrp is because it is a pile of crud which hasn't held its own in the market.

Think the only one we ever rated was the L'amaze (saw it again recently on black mirror) which we used to use in conjunction with the mathmos.

Sounds like you might be best off hawking round a car boot sale for someone offloading a full nursery cos it has damn all value.

Having that sensor is a loss too, it will be draining the battery unless completely turned off, you'll be chewing through c cells potentially.

Plus you really want to find something that lasts more than 5 months as part of the recommended age range, ((worrying)) & is a problem to attach to the side of the cot bed with the possibility of falling down onto a newborn, (batteries weight potentially adding to the "clonk" factor.

So whilst it is pricier to buy a mathmos, it can be utilised for years, & stuck elsewhere if wanted, my kid still loves hers ((mine)) ..it is good quality kit.

£20 over the 0-5 month age recommendation is £4 per month (not inc batteries) thats not so good a price short term, plus you are going to worry that an older kid will snap off the plasticy reflector leaves & perhaps do some damage to themselves.
oO

I thought the purpose of this site was to highlight the cheapest price for an individual item. While the Mathmos does sound like a good product, this item has very different functionality and therefore your comments are moot. If you can find a good deal on a Mathmos please do list it and I'll gladly vote on it. This is a very good deal for this particular item and from the many reviews I've read, people do seem to really like it.
#17
Anyone interested in swopping flame deers?

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