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    Best baby monitor?

    Can anyone recommend a baby monitor?

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    I have a Philips SC477 Dect monitor, which is excellent. No interference and good reception. It's 2 years old so I think there is now a more up to date model

    One I wouldn't recommend is a Lindam digital dect monitor. We bought one 7 months ago for our son and it was totally unreliable. I eventually took it back for a full refund

    It is really difficult to choose, good luck

    The BT 100 and 150 have really good reviews... one of the main diff between the two is that the 150 has temperature display.

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    thanx i will have a look. rep coming to people who help

    I can't recommend a specific one, but do recommend these features:
    2 way - so you can talk to your other half - ask for extra bottles, medicine etc without leaving the baby room.
    DECT - very clear and excellent range
    Variable sensitivity - you don't need or want to hear every little squeak, just the important ones

    We have a Video Monitor that we got from Makro but there is one the same on eBay -

    *********.co.uk/ws/…015

    It has been invaluble being able to see her & check she's ok without disturbing her - I would reccomend this 100%!

    Good luck!

    I had/have:oops: the Tommee Tippee Sensor pad one and to me it was a godsend! Admitidly, I am a worrier and this gave me the security I needed. The only prob with the video one is u can't keep an eye on babe when ur asleep. With the mattress pad the alarm would go if baby didn't move (inc. breathing) for 20 seconds. This did go off 2 or 3 times when my daughter was younger and you can imagine how fast I ran up those stairs lol But it was still worth it and I would recommend 100%
    They sell in Argos for £53.79 I paid about £80 ish if I remember rightly
    argos.co.uk/sta…htm

    This isn't two way though and I agree with backtothecaves, would have been handy :thumbsup:

    we had a johnsons one which was very good as it came with a mat what went under babys bed and monitors baby breathing
    just had a google and found it
    dooyoo.co.uk/chi…ws/

    You are the best

    backtothecaves;4295487

    I can't recommend a specific one, but do recommend these features:2 way - … I can't recommend a specific one, but do recommend these features:2 way - so you can talk to your other half - ask for extra bottles, medicine etc without leaving the baby room.



    You don't need 2 way to hear your other half who's in the baby room :thumbsup:

    I have the tommee tippee suresound ultimate monitor which i have found to be very good as it has a sensor pad which is placed underneath the mattress. It monitors sound, temperature and movement. An
    alarm will sound after 20 seconds if the sensor pad detects no movement.
    I bought it from tommeetippee.co.uk/pro…or/
    but have noticed that it is cheaper on amazon
    amazon.co.uk/Tom…8-1

    i am using, at this very moment in time the TOMY walkabout baby advance
    think it was about £35, its two way so you can talk to baby when she is awake and has a good range on it

    argos.co.uk/sta…htm

    I am looking for a baby monitor as well, been looking at reviews and currently looking out for the Safety 1st High Clarity monitor. Retails around £160.00, but found cheapest on babycare. Still looking though as baby isn't due till mid April.

    Good luck, I will keep an eye on this thread for future advice.

    If interested, I'm selling a Philips Baby Monitor with Dial-Up Function (SBC SC469) on which you can hear the baby via mobile phone and it has the talk back function too as well as a nightlight (It's boxed- new) for £60 delivered..

    hotukdeals.com/ite…d=1
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