20% off baby monitors when added to basket Motorola audio only £20, BT Video £47.99 & Angecare breathing mat & monitor £68 @ Asda George
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20% off baby monitors when added to basket Motorola audio only £20, BT Video £47.99 & Angecare breathing mat & monitor £68 @ Asda George

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Found 15th Jun
20% off 23 different baby monitors when added to basket at Asda George. Get deal takes you to all in the offer and the discount shows at basket straight away with no code need. Free click and collect to your local Asda store or you can pay £2.95 for home delivery.


Motorola MBP 8 digital audio monitor which is £25 but drops to £20 when added to basket
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BT Video Monitor 2000 is £59.99 but drops to £47.99 when added to basket
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Angelcare Simplicity AC601 movement sensor mat with sound is £85 but £68 when added to basket. You get the movement sensor mat that is placed under the mattress and the tic feature on the parents unit lets you reassures you that breathing movements are being monitored. Also has sound lights which let you see and hear the noises your baby is making. Can be mains or battery operated so great to take on holiday too
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11 Comments

Can't recommend the angel care ones enough. I know some people say they are overkill but it practically saved my little lads life.
Had a few false alarms which is a slight inconvenience but we were woken up once by it to find him blue in his cot. If it weren't for this I don't know what could have happened.

Also recommend Angelcare, thankfully no blue girls but it gives fantastic confidence and very few alarms. Ours has lasted 6 years and a few falls down the stairs.

The MBP 8 is £19.99 on Amazon, better if you have prime.

I thought it has always been this price?

On a different note I just figured you can get the BT 400 for £23.99 and was about to pay £27.99 on Amazon so saved me £4 thanks

If you have a spare phone, you can use the Dormi app. That means both parents can view the monitor, even works on 3G in case I miss my son whilst at work. A real cost saver.

another recommendation for the angelcare here, wouldnt be without it for the peace of mind

+1 for the angel care. We originally decided against it and bought a Philips avent 570 (which is excellent btw). Baby diagnosed with reflux and friend suggested trying sleeping her on her front and gave us an angelcare due to the apparent increased risk of sids. Have used angel care ever since (though only the pad and base unit) with Philips avent monitor which has better range and battery life than the angelcare handset. We had a week of false alarms around 8 months but only 2-3 in the 6 months prior to that and none since. Benefits far outweigh inconvenience of false alarms and panic that ensues when it triggers whilst yours asleep!!

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If you have a spare phone, you can use the Dormi app. That means both … If you have a spare phone, you can use the Dormi app. That means both parents can view the monitor, even works on 3G in case I miss my son whilst at work. A real cost saver.



Hi just wondering which monitor you can use with the dormi app. Thanks

Angelcare was great for us with reflux too. A tip is you can have the chemist purchase the medicine in a nicer tasting flavour but it's much more expensive so they don't tell you about it

Would definitely recommend the Angelcare AC601- excellent product and definitely worth it

Just as a heads up, The Angelcare 601 is £69 on Amazon, which is cheaper if you have Prime and are getting it delivered:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…rch

They also have it for £54.66 on Amazon Warehouse Deals for Like New (which in my experience is usually just slightly damaged packaging).
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