STYLE CARTEL MOM – TOMMEE TIPPEE MONITORS
This time Team Style Cartel decided to search for the latest technology devices that help new mums to look after their babies. We came across this brilliant Tommee Tippee Monitors collection, which will suit any mum and any pocket. Specially designed to reassure parents, the award-winning range of Tommee Tippee® monitors all come with a range of features and digital enhanced cordless technology (DECT) which makes them easy to use and gives you the extra peace of mind knowing you can hear your baby from a distance when they sleep.
With easy to read displays, temperature indicator, two-way talk-back and a long-distance range of up to 300m, you can feel safe in the knowledge you have the highest quality monitor for you and your precious little one.
The collection includes:
The Digital Sound Monitor (RRP £64.99. ) – super-simple to use with a talk-back feature and soft night light to help you soothe your baby from another room. The LCD display shows the temperature in your baby’s room and includes an out-of-range indicator. It also features a very useful paging function to relocate a missing parent unit – perfect for when you have lost it in another room or behind a cushion on the sofa!
The Digital Sound and Movement Monitor (RRP £99.99) combines DECT and all the benefits of the digital sound monitor with a movement sensor pad for the extra reassurance at sleep time. The unique sensor pad fits under baby’s mattress and sounds an alarm after 20 seconds if no movement is detected. There are adjustable sensitivity settings so parents can tailor it to their and baby’s needs.
The Digital Video Monitor (RRP £199.99) – enables you to watch over your baby while they sleep. Keep an eye and ear on baby for total reassurance at all times. With infared night vision, the video quality is excellent, even in the dark. Includes a 3 inch colour screen, movement sensor pad and all the other benefits of our monitor range.
Images courtesy of Tommee Tippee
Written by Fashion & Beauty Features Editor – Gosia Krajewski