Angelcare Digital Sound and Movement Monitor
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Movement and sound monitor
It combines a quality sound monitor and a movement monitor in a single system.
Whether baby is awake or sound asleep, Angelcare® under-the-mattress Sensor Pad will detect all of his movements.
Rechargeable Parents Unit (4 AAA rechargeable batteries included).
Under-the-mattress Sensor Pad detects every baby's movement baby makes.
Alarm sounds after 20 seconds if absolutely no movement is detected.
Battery or AC adapter operated.
Optional "Tic" sound to hear baby's movements.
8 channels to minimize interference.
Automatically converts to battery in case of power failure.
Sound lights to see and hear baby's sounds.
Low battery indicator.
Practical soothing night-light.
Choice between voice activation or continuous sound reception.
Nursery room temperature display on the Parents unit.
Vibration option on Parents Unit when alarm (dependent on models).
- South Africa
Product Reviews (5)
Erick, South Africa. 20 May 2014
Excellent product! A must for every new parent to put your mind at ease. Works very well and the temperature sensor is great to keep little one comfortable.
Vishal, South Africa. 6 September 2012
Good product, which appears robust and durable. We have found that it is extremely effective in monitoring our baby's cries and breathing movements. Once you get used to it, you cannot imagine living without it.
Sechaba, South Africa. 3 April 2014
Great product, everything you need to monitor your little one.
Stephen, South Africa. 11 October 2012
Excellent product -- I'd recommend it to all my friends.
One thing though: read the manual! The user interface on the remote control is not that intuitive, I mean it is not like your smartphone, so make sure you understand the function of each of the buttons
Rita, South Africa. 21 March 2014