Baby Monitor Shops In South Africa

What is a Baby Monitor?

A baby monitor, also known as a baby alarm, is a radio system used to remotely listen to sounds made by an infant. An audio monitor consists of a transmitter unit, equipped with a microphone, placed near the child.

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Baby Monitor Shops In South Africa

Baby City

Address: Shop 25, Centurion Lifestyle Centre, Lenchen Ave, Brakfontein 399-Jr, Centurion, 0182, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6 PM

Phone: +27 12 653 2361

THE BABY SHOPPE

Address: Shop 7, 66 Flamwood Arcade, Central Ave, Flamwood, Klerksdorp, 2572, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 PM

Phone: +27 18 468 8548

The Mom and Baby House

Address: 5 Bayview Rd, The Links, Cape Town, 7130, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4 PM

Phone: +27 21 851 7640

Game Mall Of The South

Address: Cnr Swartkoppies Rd & Kliprivier Dr Shop 10, Mall of the South, Liefde En Vrede, Johannesburg South, 2190, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 7 PM

Phone: +27 86 142 6059

At what age do you use a baby monitor?

about 4 years old

Most experts recommended that you stop using a baby monitor when your child is about 4 years old. The reasons fell into two camps: They are aware of being watched at that point. They have fully adjusted to sleeping in their own bed.

Do you need a baby monitor if the baby is in your room?

If your baby sleeps in the same room as you for a few months, you probably don’t need a monitor for a while, if ever. If their crib is beside you then you can be assured you’ll hear their every move and whimper.

Where is the best place to put a baby monitor?

It’s very important that the power cable remains out of reach of your baby at all times to avoid risks of strangulation. From our experience, the best places to put a baby monitor are Wall-mounted a corner near the ceiling: this is our preferred location.

Do baby monitors wake you up?

Audio monitors pick up on any sounds that your baby makes while sleeping or when waking up. Unlike video monitors, though, audio monitors can’t always tell you if your baby is simply stirring and making noise in their sleep, or whether they have fully awoken.

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