The best video baby monitor - Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Infrared Night Vision and Zoom was £159.99 now only  £89.63 @ Amazon with Family member voucher
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The best video baby monitor - Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Infrared Night Vision and Zoom was £159.99 now only £89.63 @ Amazon with Family member voucher

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The best reviews , awards winner . It's with video camera , zoom , pan, rotate and 3.5 inch screen. Just the best video baby camera ,


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You could have bought the Angelcare set for 70 quid on Amazon as that one is the best. I have Motorola monitor and I have to say if the parents part is not plug it lasts only 10 mins. So needs to be plugged all the time.
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Alex7911

You could have bought the Angelcare set for 70 quid on Amazon as that one … You could have bought the Angelcare set for 70 quid on Amazon as that one is the best. I have Motorola monitor and I have to say if the parents part is not plug it lasts only 10 mins. So needs to be plugged all the time.


I know as I posted the deal . You can still buy Angelcare.


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Just wonder why is it cold , as it is awards winner and voted as the best video baby monitor . You won't find any with better reviews than this .


Edited by: "meistic" 1st Feb 2013
I don't understand why it's cold either. That's an amazing price - I already have this monitor and love it. Wish I'd had it with my first child. I got it 6 months ago for £117 and that was the best price I could find back then and was really chuffed with my 'deal' - fades into comparison with yours :-). Heat, heat ....
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I will get it tomorrow as it's next day free delivery. I spent several hours reading about video baby monitors and couldn't choose between MBP36 and Summer Infant Touch. Motorola has the best video quality and doesn't kill Wifi signal like Summer ...I am so happy with the price as I was just going to buy it for £115.
We have a model down from this and it's brilliant, no problem with battery life at all
I got the tomy one, it just seemed to appeal to me more than this one. Anyone else got it?
Great enjoy ;-). Saves me running up and down the stairs!

Can't see why this is cold. It's the best video monitor you can get and this is the cheapest I have seen it go by a large margin. For the people voting cold, understand what this is. Do not compare it to cheap video monitors with limited range and less than half the functions of this.
I've got the Angelcare AC401. It doesn't have video though.
Should I get this too or is it overkill? Is it worth it to have video? Anyone know if you can view the video on the computer too, say if hubby is at work and wants to check up on the baby? Will the audio signals or anything else interfere with each other?
Babystuff - it depends what your requirements are. I opted for video this time as my first child turned out to be such a light sleeper that I would disturb her just by a creaking floorboard going to check on her, plus with two of them I didn't want to keep running up to check on baby. This particular monitor is great as you can use the functions to zoom around the room - useful if one of us is up there pacing with the baby and useful once baby starts to move around the cot.
I'd say video isn't essential but really glad I have it - just gives me peace of mind.
Don't think it can be viewed on a computer but if you have an iPhone and an iPad there is an app which connects the two (ibabysleep or something like that), which would allow you to view - it has mixed reviews though - not tried it myself).

The only interference I've encountered with the Motorola is bizarrely if the microwave is on then it loses signal - but comes back immediately when microwave stops, I should prob just move it further away from the microwave but it doesn't bother me as it's usually a 30 second blast heating up a cold cup of tea!
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Dont get me wrong with Angelcare. I have only one child and we waited 4 years to have him so I know I would give everything just to make sure he is safe. We have Motorola but I am not impressed it and it was nearly a hundred pounds. Then we bought Angelcare with sensor pad and that one gives me a peace of mind. Never has given us false alarm not like Motorola.
Edited by: "Alex7911" 2nd Feb 2013
Hi, has this deal expired now?
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