Baby monitors: Compare features & prices Tomy Digital Dect Plus TD300 review http://www.which.co.uk/baby-and-child/child-safety-at-home/reviews/baby-monitors/tomy-digital-dect-plus-td300/review/
Bursting with features, the Tomy TD300 baby monitor has 10 sound-sensitive lights, so you should be able to tell how urgently your baby needs you even if you have the volume turned off. We wanted to see if the Tomy would reflect the volume of your baby's cries more accurately than baby monitors with fewer lights - read on for our full review.
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Tomy Digital Dect Plus TD300
- Launch date: Jan 2010
- Type: Dect
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Number of channels - selecting a different channel to your neighbours will prevent cross talk between baby monitors. Some select a channel automatically. Problems with interference are less likely with digital and DECT models.
Whether the baby unit features a temperature display.
Batteries - parent unit
Most baby monitors come with rechargable batteries in the parent unit.
Battery life (hours) - parent unit
How long the batteries last in the parent unit. We use Energizer alkaline batteries for those that don't come with rechargeable batteries.
Modern house - indoor to outdoor range (m)
The distance we measured you can walk away from the house (in metres) with the parent unit without losing signal (eg for garden use
Victorian house - indoor to outdoor range (m)
The distance we measured you can walk away from the house (in metres) with the parent unit without losing signal (eg for garden use).