Fisher-Price Sounds & Lights Baby Monitor - just £9.99 @ Amazon plus p&p (or make order up to £15)
Fisher-Price Sounds & Lights Baby Monitor - just £9.99 @ Amazon plus p&p (or make order up to £15)

Fisher-Price Sounds & Lights Baby Monitor - just £9.99 @ Amazon plus p&p (or make order up to £15)

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* Radial arc lights easier to see from greater distance
* Crystal clear reception picks up even quiet sounds baby makes
* Portable receiver lets you take baby with you around the house or yard
* 49 MHz technology with durable, flexible antennas for greater range and excellent clarity
* Two channels to minimize interference
* On/off and volume control
* Receiver is AC-powered or battery-powered for portability
* Requires 3x AA batteries (not included)
* Manufacturers recommended age birth upwards


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For the mom who wants to stay in touch with baby, this monitor's Clear View Light Display lets you not only hear, but actually see the different levels of your baby's activity. The bright arcs of light increase with the sounds baby makes. So you can see baby's call clearer than ever and from a greater distance! Durable, flexible antennas allow for greater range and excellent clarity. Two channels minimize interference. And the receiver is AC-powered, or battery-powered for portability.
If you're away from baby—baby's sleeping and you're cooking, or baby is content in a playpen and you need to do five minutes of housework—a monitor can help you keep a track on how your child is doing. The primary use of a monitor is if your baby sleeps away from you and the baby's room is a distance from yours. Try one that works with both sounds and lights. That way, you can also see the lights blinking when baby wakes and 'calls' for you. The Fisher-Price Sounds & Lights monitor has just this, with other features including a built-in nightlight, volume control, 2 channels to minimise interference, low battery indicator, and a handy belt-clip on the receiver for when taking with you around the house or garden. Transmitter is mains operated. Receiver is battery operated for roaming use, but is also mains operated for when you're not on the move. Requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included).


This is analogue and will therefore have a bunch of interference through it - personally, I'd pay more for a digital monitor.

Yep digital ones are way better, we have the BT one and its excellent

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Good product. we used it and never had fuzz on the channels, theres a choice of 2 and one was always crystal clear.

Most people dont leave in big enough houses to need incredible baby monitors so this one is good if you just want extra peace of mind.

It picked up all breathing and snoring etc, was very clear sounding.

Good monitors i have them for my twins i have no problems with them still working after 17 months of use.
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