|Price incl. VAT||£189.90 £160.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£134.08|
A set containing a breathing monitor Nanny facilitate each parent caring for a baby. These high quality products will help control your child, even if it was just not in the same room. Reliability of tried and tested brand Babysense evidenced by the fact that they are used in most medical facilities.
Monitor breathing Babysense 5 consists of two sensor boards, where you can change the sensitivity of current needs. Danger and no false positives with whom they have other breathing monitors often a problem. This monitor breathing helps protect the baby against respiratory problems, irregular breathing and the dreaded syndrome SIDS. The product has been clinically tested and has the status of a medical device, setting it apart from other monitors on the market.
Reliable nanny using DECT technology inspires precision machining and plenty of practical features. Baby Monitor offers ultra-clear, without interference from other wireless devices. Parent unit is equipped with a belt clip and a bidirectional communication. Baby Monitor is equipped with basic functions such as adjusting the volume, low battery indication, temperature display in the room or playing lullabies, but also some premium features. These include a timer that will inform you about feeding the baby or pager to help you find a lost parent unit.
Monitor breathing Babysense 5:
4 x 1.5V AA batteries (batteries not included)
Diameter of sensor boards:
Control mounting bracket
2 sensor boards
Two jumper cables
Nanny Babysense SC-210:
From the network or batteries (2 x NiMH rechargeable battery / 1.2 V, 750 mAh /)
The baby unit 9 x 9 x 3 cm
Parental Unit 11 × 5,5 × 2 cm
The baby unit
AC adapter with charging stand
2 x NiMH rechargeable battery / 1.2 V, 750 mAh /
AC adapter with power cord
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