A Bedtime Tale Featuring Sammy Screamer – Review

I was sent a Sammy Screamer to review, it arrived in a cute little box and caught the attention of my children instantly.
The bright yellow triangle is actually a motion alarm. I downloaded the app. free and it was soon connected to my phone. It was really simple to set up and the instructions are easy to follow. 

You can choose whether it is asleep or awake, choose the sensitivity from Easy Going, Balanced or Highly Strung and choose whether or not it bleeps when moved. You can also test it out by touching ‘bleep.’
When Sally Screamer is moved it sends a little message to your phone “help I’m moving!”

Sammy Screamer is a cool little gadget that keeps an eye on things you don’t want moved.

“Stick Sammy on the things you want to keep an eye on and she’ll let you know if they move. Baby’s buggies and strollers, doors, windows and cupboards, handbags and rucksacks, laptops or even the cookie jar!”

We found another use for Sammy and would like to tell you a little story….

Sammy is a great little gadget which comes in six colours and looks cute. She comes with a little lanyard and is also magnetic so there are loads of places you can use her. She works with ios 7 or higher and Android 4.3 or higher with bluetooth 4.0 support. Her coin cell battery is said to have a six month life and can be easily replaced. She is safe, durable and made to certified international standards.

She is the first device to come from Bleep Bleeps with a whole host more to follow.
You can buy Sammy Screamer, Sammy Screamer twins or Sammy Screamer triplets with prices starting from £29.

Bleep Bleeps will soon be introducing many more exciting devices that help you get pregnant, look after your baby and raise your child. Olivia P.Sticks and Master Bates are brilliant products that keep you in tune with your fertility and the best time to get pregnant.
I remember using a fertility monitor when I was trying to conceive some 12 years ago, then I had to record my hormones every day and then send them off to get results after six months. How technology has changed…with Olivia P. Sticks you can get your results at home. When I had mine done I found it really helpful on finding out exactly when I was ovulating.

Ultra Stan lets you hear and see your baby when you are pregnant. How I would have loved this during my pregnancies, I had a little monitor that let me listen to my baby’s heartbeat and had to make do with this.

Once baby is born there is David Camera which is a fabulous room monitor which lets you see and hear your baby on your phone and know the room temperature.

Then for the little ones there is Cecil G, the location monitor bracelet so you always know where your toddler is even if the run off. There is also Lily Loco, the same thing but for older kids.

Useful at all times there is Tony Tempa, an ear thermometer that measures body temperature and keeps a record on your phone. This is one product I’ll be looking out for when it arrives, (This and Cecil G, for my little ‘wanderer’)

If you would like to know more about the fantastic Bleep Bleep Products or purchase Sammy Screamer pop along to their website. You can pop in your e-mail to be notified of when the other products are available.

Discolsure: I was sent a Sammy Screamer for review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. February 29, 2016 / 4:55 pm

    I love the cartoon strip! Your kids are natural actors – that's great!
    I did'nt have any home monitor for any of my pregnancies, it's amazing how much technology has altered the most primal of human activities 🙂

    • March 1, 2016 / 11:52 am

      Jenny, I had a 16 year gap between kids and secondary infertility, I'd have tried anything to get pregnant and tried for years. My Star was a little miracle 🙂 I probably wouldn't have bothered otherwise. I also found out the sex, something not available when my older children were born, how times, and technology, change!

  2. March 1, 2016 / 2:49 pm

    What a cool gadget! Love the idea of putting one on the buggy, I never felt confident leaving a buggy, I always worried it would get stolen!

  3. March 1, 2016 / 4:44 pm

    I like the idea of being able to put it on expensive things like buggies to stop other people messing with them! This could be useful at a restaurant or theme park where you have to leave your buggy in the buggy area!

  4. March 1, 2016 / 9:21 pm

    What a clever gadget! I love all these new technologies that come out and wish I had thought of them! Love the comic strip with your children, it's brilliant!

  5. March 1, 2016 / 9:36 pm

    I love this post! The cartoon strip is genius and what a clever little gadget!

  6. March 2, 2016 / 11:10 am

    Love your photo story – reminds me of reading Jackie as a girl!! And this looks like something with lots of possible uses.

  7. March 2, 2016 / 2:09 pm

    What a fab cartoon. The kids really got in on the action

  8. March 4, 2016 / 11:43 am

    Oh, wow, such clever gadgets,Olivia P. Sticks sounds amazing and so does Ultra Stan. We are trying to get pregnant at the moment and I will look into getting these if I get stuck.xx

  9. March 4, 2016 / 1:38 pm

    Love the comic strip you've made! Sounds like an interesting gadget – it's amazing what they think of these days.

  10. March 5, 2016 / 5:01 pm

    What a clever little gadget, not sure how I would use it though

  11. March 6, 2016 / 11:12 am

    How cool, we love Sammy Screamer too!

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