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Angelcare Extra Movement Sensor Pad and Nursery Unit, White

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The sound quality is very clear, with just a little crackle when you turn on the talkback function and the volume is adjustable. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I had one with my first and it went off twice, first time was because he was too small for it to register his breathing under his mattress so I placed it under a folded up blanket, and the second time was when he was much older and had rolled to the very bottom of the cot.

MFM Parent Tester Lucy was also a fan of the picture, stating: “The quality of the screen is excellent which means I can clearly see my baby. DH on the other hand isn't keen as he thinks it would be likely to give false alarms and panic us for no reason. The AC510 Angelcare baby monitor has a 5 inch LCD touch screen which was perfect for our requirements. I will have to give you the model when I get home, unfortunately can't remember off the top of my head right now.I was worried about the power cable being a chocking hazard, though I know it shouldn't be if you install it correctly. Parents wanting to watch multiple babies from a single Parent Unit can now conveniently pair a second Movement Sensor Pad and Nursery Unit to their existing baby monitor. The Angelcare AC327 baby movement monitor feels robust and durable – everything is a compact size and the buttons are likely to be hard to damage. year old boy and I am using it on my 3 week old girl now, I feel much better knowing if anything were to happen an alarm will go off, I know it works as Ive took baby out of cot and forgot to turn it off and the alarm beeps then starts going off, also it went off while my baby boy was in the cot one night, I jumped out of bed and grabbed him without thinking, I startled him but dread to think about if that alarm wasn't there, also it's gone off a couple of times as he's got older and rolled around the cot away from the sensor which is understandable (I used it on him till he was just over 2). Janine agrees, adding: "Rather than give us peace of mind, this piece of technology made us more anxious.

Baby 8 weeks and he is so load keeps me up all night ehen he sound sleep so I was thinking the same if we got sensor mat but think still worry . There’s also no entertainment mode like some other monitors, and the battery life on the Parent Unit is short. If your cot has a slatted base, make sure the edges of your Sensor Pad are placed a held over 2 slates.There’s a lot of detail and it seems over-complicated with so many buttons, so set up can take some time. The other monitor that you can hear them I might not use as much, but I feel so much better knowing I have the sensor pad for when he is there that will alert us on the chance that he stops breathing.

If your baby’s bed has slats or springs, then you’ll need to invest in a flat board to place between the cot and mattress – this can be wood, plastic or even thick cardboard. However, I found the movement sensor unnecessary and made me worry more – which is a shame as the camera and picture quality are simply amazing. It was very simple to use – you place it under the baby’s mattress and it will only sound if no movement is detected after 20 seconds.But I just feel I will be able to sleep easier knowing that the monitor would alert me if she ever stopped breathing during the night while I was asleep. Now you’ve tested the Angelcare AC327 Baby Movement Monitor, what would you have wanted to know before purchasing?

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