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    Philips Baby monitor

    Hi does anyone know where I can buy Philips baby monitor? had looked at Mothecare, Bumps to Babes, Eugene and Sogo and they don't carry Philips. Thanks

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    hi - i actually had to order it in amazon and get it delivered to my sister in the UK who mailed it to me. The advantage of the philips one is that its digital, of course, and so no static. Having said that, i've heard there are a couple of japanese digital brands sold in hk but dont know their names

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    Thanks Kemerton. If anyone knows which Japanese brands are good, please let me know...

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    I noticed that Bumps to Babes has started selling one brand; also someone just told me of a brand called Amytel

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    Tomy also has one called Platinum which is a digital monitor. The rest are not....

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    If you can, you should try the monitor before you buy it. Bumps to Babes will let you exchange it if it doesn't work in your flat. I tried the Tomy Platinum which had fantastic sound quality (could hear the baby breathing), but in our flat the connection kept breaking and you would have to go into the baby's room to reset the baby unit and then the parent unit. Quite annoying when the connection breaks several times in the middle of the night and you have to get up to reset it each time! In the end, we bought the Angelcare monitor.

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    Thanks Portia.I think we may end up buy it first then exchange if we need to. Hard to know the reception problem without the monitor.

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    I have the Philips Dect digital SCD488 monitor and it has proved an invaluable purchase. The sound quality is excellent compared to my previous analogue monitor. I paid £45.99 (700HKD$) from Boots.com last August which includes 20% discount promo and £10.00 off voucher.
    Last edited by Speculator; 01-20-2008 at 08:19 AM.

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