Angelcare AC127 - Baby Movement Monitor with Sound review
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If you’re happy to just monitor your baby’s sleeping via audio alone, the Angelcare AC127 could appeal. It’s smartly designed and comes with an additional movement sensor included. Battery life is a strong suit for this baby monitor, but that won’t matter much if it is hard to use and the sound you’ll hear is poor. See how it fared under expert testing in our Angelcare AC127 review.
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