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Monday, December 31st 2012, 9:43am

Tommee Tippee Baby Sensor Pad

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Just looking to see if anyone has had problems with the tommee tippee baby sensor mat giving false alarms.

My ds has been in his own room for two weeks and using the sensor pad has been a great peace of mind for me until last night. Ds went to bed about 7.15pm the alarm went off about 7.30pm, rushed up the stairs almost breaking a leg to fing his sound asleep but i wouldn't have said it was a deep sleep as i could see his dummy moving, so reset the alarm and tried to relax, about an hour later same thing happened, again ds fine sound asleep.

So went to bed a nevous wreck and dh was nightshift which didn't help, so i had a rubbish sleep, now comes the huge problem, i woke up at 5.15am and the alam was flashing red, now i can't say 100% that i didn't sleep through the alarm but i would like to think not, anyone who has one of these will know what the noise is like, so rushed in to see ds lying awake with his legs in the air catching is toes.

So i suppose i'm looking for advice on if this can happen, do you still use the pad at this age when they can move in there sleep?

Any suggestions most welcome

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Monday, December 31st 2012, 10:58am

We have the angel pad sasha which has a dial thing on it to make it more or less sensitive - could it be something like that where its on low sensitivity for newborn and since he's wriggling away it didn't detect the movement? Probably way of the mark. Was there a powercut? If so did you have batteries in the base unit if not I think it flashes red. Don't know if its the same so I could be way of the mark.
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Monday, December 31st 2012, 11:13am

Sorry Hun I don't know about this particular sensor pad but find our goes off when lo moves. I intend to use mine like I did for ds 1 till he went in a proper bed at about two. I found it extremely difficult to stop using it and it felt comfortable at about that age.x

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Monday, December 31st 2012, 11:27am

Thanks girls

i think it may be to do with him wriggling about which i could accept would set off a false alarm but to wake up and see it's flashing red but no alarm has sounded scares the life out of me.

i had asked a friend who has the same monitor and she said if they roll off the pad for 10 seconds but roll back on the monitor will flash red but no alarm will sound? i find this pointless, if that happens surely the monitor should re set itself if everything is ok and shouldn't flash red as if something is wrong, i obviously can't see it if i'm sleeping and really don't want to wake to see if flashing red again.

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Monday, December 31st 2012, 12:48pm

We have the angel care one also, it started going off randomly a couple of weeks ago scared the life out of us, but now DS is moving about more we moved the pad more into the centre of the cot so the range picked him up as we found him either top or bottom of the cot when it was going off!!!
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Wednesday, July 17th 2013, 3:13am

Hi all

Quick question, we have the Tommee Tippee sensor but struggling to get it to work in the cot bed. It doesn't seen to register LOs movements. It worked perfectly in Moses basket. I've lived without it for weeks now but LO is off to get own room soon and would like it for peace if mind. Those of you with sensors did you put any hardboard down under the mattress?

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Wednesday, July 17th 2013, 8:42pm

Hi ya net, yes put a bit of hardboard under the matress for the sensor pad to sit on also I have found that I need it on the highest sensitivity as my lo is a real wriggler so the alarm goes off when he mooches about unless it is ultra sensitive. I set it up and then turned it on (its sensitive enough to pick up your movements) then I moved away ad the alarm should go off. hope this helps and you get it all set up ok. Xx
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Thursday, July 18th 2013, 9:26am

Thanks Louise, will give that a go. X
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