|Product Dimensions||21.5 x 8 x 17 cm; 303 Grams|
|Item Model Number||AC6110|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Additional product features||Sound|
|Item Weight||303 g|
Angel Care Angelcare Ac110 Baby Sound Monitor
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- Portable and rechargeable parent unit
- Nursery unit with led ring that glows: blue (cold), red (warm), or white (just right)
- Room temperature display on parent unit
- Secure digital transmission of 1.9ghz, up-to 230m out-of-range (clear line of sight)
- Two-way talk
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As a parent, your baby’s safety and well-being are always at the top of your mind. luckily, the angelcare ac110 sound baby monitor offers crystal-clear sound quality so you hear every peep, every cry, and every laugh that baby makes when you are out of the room. new audio system the parent unit features all the latest in baby technology including a led digital display with temperature display so you know that baby is sleeping in comfort and sound lights that “show” you any noises coming from the nursery. the ac110 also includes angelcare’s new, low-profile nursery unit with temperature colour coded ring light. the led ring on nursery unit glows blue if temperature is too cold, red if temperature is too warm, or white if temperature is just right. looks after baby, so you can relax.
1 x Parent unit (with rechargeable batteries); 1 x Nursery Unit; Tabletop stand (for Nursery Unit); 2 x AC adapter (Parent Unit & Nursery Unit); 1 x Instruction Manual
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We ordered a new monitor as our 6yr old monitor (ac401) had stopped charging properly.
You cannot hear a thing on this monitor! Even when volume is on full. I would definitely not use this for a baby. We used it for a 6year old and I couldn’t hear her on it. I compared the sound to our older ac403 monitor and there was more sound from the older monitor when it was on the first volume setting compared to the new angel care monitor on full volume!
I swiftly returned.
The Nursery monitor should be placed in the room about 1m away from the cot. The parent unit then placed in the other room, preferably more than 3m apart to prevent whistling/interference from both units. The parent unit has a display on it which indicates the temperature, sound sensitivity detector, battery level, connection icon and a sound indicator. Alarms can be set for the temperature settings. When using the talk-back feature there is a side mic button you press, it beeps and then you speak into it. The nursery unit has a colour indicator depending on the temperature in the room, red, white or blue.
As for sound quality, I have been using for my one year old and have found it to be OK as my baby has a loud cry. I have used the talk-back feature with little effect on my baby. When using it to communicate with my other half, hearing from the nursery unit the volume isn’t very loud and clear, however it is much better from the nursery-to-parent unit.
At £80 this is super expensive for what you get.
Starting with the good, both units looks very nice and blend into the decor of most rooms. They use USB power adapters (the same for the transmitter and the receiver), which means you have better options on where to place them than with a regular mains adapter. We have USB power outlets integrated into some of our downstairs sockets, which mean that we can plug the receiver with more convenience and a shorter cable, leading to less clutter.
The Angelcare AC110 has all the features you really need, with an integrated night light and talk back functions being the ones we tend to use the most. Battery life is very good and range has proven to be good too, easily going from the bedroom to the bottom of the garden and even further.
Another good touch is that the transmitter has a battery to help it over brief power outages (whereas our other monitors would just turn off and lose the connection until you go into the bedroom and turn them on again).
Downsides are around the audio quality, or more precisely the volume on the receiver. I found that you can't hear as clearly as competing monitors, having to strain to hear smaller sounds and even having that moment of incertitude when baby does actually cry. Did I hear something? Did I imagine it? With our BT monitors you can hear breathing and movement of bed linen, something I struggle with with the Angelcare.
This is a same because, otherwise, this is a great monitor, covering all the bases in terms of must-have features and a great looking package. If it were possible to increase the volume an extra couple of notches, I'd give it 5 stars.
Update: after using it for a couple if weeks now...
- it is no where near as loud as our previous motion pad Anglcare. It's OK with our nearly two year old but would not have helped with a newborn. The older monitor helped us hear the slightest sound this new one has to be up full volume which leads to the hum sound annoyance.
- it would be useful as a monitor if staying away from home maybe due to how simple set up is.
Update: after using this for a few weeks now I am knocking it down to just two stars because...
- battery life is pretty poor
- it is not loud enough or hums annoyingly when turned up but no sound from room
- the parent unit really needs a belt clip