New parents HRH Duke of Cambridge and HRH Duchess of Cambridge will break with centuries of royal tradition and will not be employing a nanny for the first few weeks of HRH Prince George of Cambridge’s life.
Action on Hearing Loss, (previously the RNID) has stepped in with the ultimate baby monitor for the hands-on couple. As well as featuring the usual sound monitor it also has state-of-the-art video monitoring technologies so the royal couple can not only hear but see their little bundle of joy sleeping soundly.
Baby care and safety is the major consideration for any parent, and the royal couple have already shown their knowledge and dexterity in this matter with the baby car seat they expertly used upon leaving hospital. However, with HRH Prince of Cambridge now at home, the royal couple will be familiarising themselves with sleepless nights. With no nanny to assist them, Action on Hearing Loss hope their gift will provide that all important sense of security that all new parents wish for, whether deaf or hearing.
The Action on Hearing Loss approved £130.00, Amplicomms Watch and Care V120 baby monitor is an ideal solution for deaf, hard of hearing or any parent who wants to keep an extra safe eye on their little one. It has a built in camera and screen to monitor movement as well as sound. A vibrating pad slips under your pillow to alert you at night and flashing coloured lights alert you during the day. The camera automatically switches to infrared night vision in darkness, enabling good visibility at all times. Parents can have a two-way conversation and even monitor the temperature of the room remotely.
Chief Executive of Action on Hearing Loss, Paul Breckell says, “Everyone at Action on Hearing Loss sends their sincere congratulations to the royal family. As a charity with a Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of York, we are particularly delighted and felt it wholly appropriate to send the family a practical gift that we know both hearing and non-hearing parents feel safe to rely on.”
The baby monitor is available from Action On Hearing Loss here or call the sales team on =44-(0)1733-361199 or Textphone +44-(0)1733-238020.
Source: PR Newswire