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Night Vision Ac327 baby monitor by Angelcare £79.98 @ Amazon
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Night Vision Ac327 baby monitor by Angelcare £79.98 @ Amazon

£79.98£139.9943%Amazon Deals
Posted 29th Nov 2019

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Product Description
The Angelcare ac327 3-in-1 sensasure baby movement monitor with camera video not only looks the part but can be trusted, day and night. Angelcare’s sensasure movement sensor pad reassures you, by only alarming if no movements have been detected for 20 seconds. Video is brought to you via a 4.3” video screen which also delivers infrared night vision. You’ll receive crystal clear sound with minimised interference and optimised security.Sold separately.

Box Contains
Parent Unit (with lithium rechargeable battery) Nursery Unit Wireless Movement Sensor Pad (with lithium CR2450 battery) Tabletop stand with removable wall mount metal ball (for Nursery Unit) 2x AC adaptors (Parent Unit & Nursery Unit) Instruction manual

Features & details
Baby movement monitor will alarm if there is no movement after 20 seconds
Monitors movement without ever touching baby
Night vision on the portable and rechargeable parent unit screen
Video displays on 4.3’’ Large led touch button screen
Camera with digital zoom & pan
Wall-mount or tabletop stand nursery unit
Room temperature displays on parent unit video display screen
Audio 2 ways, hear and speak to your baby
Visual and audible Tic function helps you monitor movement even when you can see the video display screen
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Still showing as £139.99?
Was a lightning deal. Probably over now. Sorry.
marylandcookie29/11/2019 08:16

Was a lightning deal. Probably over now. Sorry.

That’s a shame gutted I missed out! Thanks
Had 3 Angelcare video monitors in the past, all failed with different faults. I'll be steering well clear of them in the future...
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