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    Posted: 15 Jun 2007 at 10:01pm

Baby safety and the baby products in the Save Our Sleep® online Store.

 

Baby safety is of the upmost importance to Tizzie and she prides herself in doing thorough testing and research on all baby products before putting them in the Save Our Sleep® store. Some products pass our baby safety testing but other versions of the same baby products fail. Some baby product manufactures have products Tizzie recommends while some of their other products Tizzie does not recommend.

For example some BabyGund, Amadeus, and Grogroup products are not recommended by Tizzie and are therefore not in our store. This is because they have either - not passed her tests, Tizzie has not liked the product or felt the need to stock or test it ,or Tizzie has not yet had the opportunity to test it.

We would hate clients to purchase a product from another store thinking it is recommended by Tizzie only to find it is not the same quality or the safe standard as the one in our store. Also, Tizzie works closely with some manufactures to get products changed to meet her standards. An example of this is the new Angel care monitor we are about to stock. It has an alarm on the parents unit not just the unit in the baby’s room. Tizzie did not like the alarm just sounding on the unit in the baby’s room because some parents were turning the volume down and not hearing the alarm. We would like to thank Amadeus Valco (Angel care), Fish lily, and Grogroup for taking our thoughts into consideration and providing Save Our Sleep® clients readers and friends with the standard of products Tizzie feels confident to recommend and therefore sell in her store.

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I have the angel monitor, it is brilliant that you are going to stock it.
 
It really puts my mind at ease knowing that if anything happened to my precious boy when he is sleeping that we can act on it. Not many people I know have heard of the angel monitor so hopefully on the SOS site will make parents aware of it. 
 
What a great product- hopefully it will save a lot of babies lives!
 

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Hi Jo - thankyou for the feedback, we are excited to be stocking this product as well!!
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I also have the angel care monitor but it is the old one with just the alarm in the bubs room which I have always thought was silly so I'm glad to hear that the newer model has it on the parents unit.
 
I just love it, it really does put your mind at ease, I also love the flashing light so you can just stand at the door and be reassured that bubs is breathing normally. I also am reassured daily that it works fine as DH always forgets to turn it off before getting Matilda up and the alarm goes off! LOL!
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Hi all:

One thing I love about this monitor is if a toddlers goes into the baby's room and picks the baby up the alarm sounds. I have often hear of toddlers getting a baby up and trying to be like mummy.
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hey Tizzie. I have had my angel care monitor for 5 years almost now. I used it with Olivia from birth and now Ella. I love it. It really does put your mind at ease. It has only ever gone off once with liv and that was because she had wiggled up to one end of the cot sideways so it went off. I am always forgetting to turn it off though when I get her up.


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this monitor sounds amazing - I definitely want one of these.  When will it be available in online store?

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Eleni, If you are going to have more children it would definately be a great investment and the good thing about the new ones is that they are digital so the sound quality is so much better. I really want to get one for our next bub but I would like to know if other wireless electronics interfear with it, as we have a wireless phone and wireless internet and god knows how many other wireless gadgets and this can cause a few problems as we have found with other brand monitors.
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hey Charlie - good point.  we have wireless as well.  Kirstie are you out there to answer these queries:  when will the monitor be online and also do other wireless electronics interfere with the monitor??  thanks Eleni
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Good morning Charlie and Eleni:

I am looking into your questions about the Angelcare monitor and I will get back to you when I have some answers for you.

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Hi Girls:
 
As far as we know other wireless equipment should not interfere with the Angelcare monitor. However Tizzie does stand by her products so if you were to purchase the monitor and use if for two days and experience problems then you could return it to Tizzie for a refund within 3 days of purchase.
As for availability I think the best option would be for you to keep an eye out in the online store for when it is available. There is a 'What's New" section that should tell you when it is available.
 
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hey, I have the monitor and wireless everything but no interference. I did hear my friend on it clearly one day 4 years ago when I lived 2 blocks from her and she had the same monitor so be careful what you say and do when it is on.
I have not heard anyone since. That happens with other monitors though too. 
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Thanks Kirstie will keep a look out.
 
Rella 2 blocks away! that's classic!  Thanks for the warning.
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Rella is the monitor that you talking about the newer digital one?
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Did anyone read in the paper that Chicago woman who had a baby monitor with a screen and she could see pictures from inside the space shuttle Atlantis!!!
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Hi all - just thought I'd add my bit to this topic - we have had the angelcare baby monitor (not the most recent model, the one previous), which has the alarm on the parent unit - for our now 9 mo.  I would have to say that it has been absolutely brilliant - quite possibly a life saver!  The alarm has gone off 4 times in recent months (and he's not a mover).... I really I would have to say that it would be the main thing I would recommend any new parent buy.  Good work SOS
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Thanks Lindy for the great feedback. 

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Just to let you know we are still working on the Monitor, here it is so far. I love the fact you can set it to alarm if the room drops below or above 20 degrees.Plus you can see the temp from your room. http://www.angelcare-monitor.com/english/hispeed/ac401.html

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It looks great Tizzie! we have the original angelcare monitor, and its great....i wish you could trade them in somehow!!

i also love the temp feature
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LOL I was thinking the same thing I have a new one but the last version!! 
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TUMMY TUB: Am just about to purchase this, although as have to have sent to the USA..want to make sure it is still a recommended product for my (7) wk old. Also, as he tends to pee in the water, I usually end the bath here as think that it's going to give him germs.

As for bathing: do I make the water soapy or put soap on him....how then do you rinse with clean water if the bucket is full already up to the shoulders. The demonstration videos I see, people are not using soap or hair shampoo..am I not supposed to be?

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Hi twebster,

I beleive tizzie still recommends this as it is in the online store. I am not sure what most people do in regards to the water but i put a tiny bit of the lavender bath liquid by johnson and johnson in the water. and then i was as normal. But i only put the tiniest amound as then it bubbles up a lot. I still also was Scarletts hair in it.

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Hi:

Thanks, and so it is ok if she has soapy water on her when you take her out then...do you just towel her off, this doesn't irritate her skin? Also, if she happens to pee in the water (not that you would see), but do you just keep her in...is one pee enough to contaminate the water...that's my issue. I mean, if he is going to be putting his mouth in/out blowing bubbles or we pouring water over his head/face.

This is my real concern..the tub looks fantastic...its just the pee factor....I guess it's because I see him peeing in our current bath center, so I know he's doing it, but is it out of sight, out of mind kind of thing and how long should I keep him in the bath if he's enjoying it?

Thanks so much, truly appreciate.
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Hi twebster,

I get scarlett out of the soapy water i have never rinsed off. i guess the soaps out there any way are not ment to be harsh on babys skin. With the peeing issue you could do one of two things, have the bath ready to go and undress him pop him in the bath and wash before he can even pee or wait a couple of seconds before putting him in the bath and see if he pees then if not pop him in. If he does pee dont worry so much. if at all concerned you can rinse him after the bath.

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