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    Can anyone recommend good baby monitors???

    Thanks

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    Default Baby Monitor

    I got a shot of 1 from a friend for when my little 1 arrived and i hated it,you became neurotic listening to it when the little one was asleep! And trust me you can hear an unhappy baby! Id save yourself some cash and do without!

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    I would def recommend Tommee Tippee's Suresound Classic baby monitor which start from around 35 or...

    http://www.tommeetippee.co.uk/produc...eluxe_monitor/

    I have the next model up which come with the sensor pad to monitor baby's breathing and movement, definitely reassuring.

    http://www.tommeetippee.co.uk/produc...imate_monitor/
    Why be a hard rock when you really are a gem!

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    Best baby monitor is yourself. I have had three sprogs and never used monitors. As mentioned in an earlier post, an unhappy baby will make themselves heard.

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    I would recommend the Angelcare with the sensor mat its brilliant only downfall is you cant use it without the mat once baby gets bigger.
    life may not be a party be while were here we might as well dance!!

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