We review wearable technology products. From the Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor to the Snuza Hero and the NANNY Baby Movement European Monitor this review covers some of the top wearable technology products around.
Many of the products below get solid reviews. For example say's of the Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor: I loved the product. It gave peace of mind when my baby was a sleeping. However the range from the base is very low and after 2 months of using it I feel comfortable not using now. -- Reviewer mentions the Snuza Hero, We have been using the Snuza for 2 weeks. So far I can tell that it is really sensitive because if my baby is on his side and his diaper gaps a bit, the alarm will go off, which I donât mind (false alarms). He sleeps in bed with me so I was worried that it would pick up other movements (which it definitely can), but so far it seems to be very accurate. I know itâs not as accurate with cosleeping but I needed âsomethingâ in addition to other safe sleep guidelines.My only complainant would be that this has a very bright green light that blinks when it senses movement and it can be very noticeable under light colored PJs. I am not complaining though because Iâve been able to peek at it easily if heâs very still and I know heâs breathing. I suspect that was the point! :-) Just could be a little annoyance for some if room-sharing. -- And values the NANNY Baby Movement European Monitor: It is perfectly functional! Incredibly sensitive for even slight move. (you can only touch it by finger and the pad under mattress recognize the move)Yes, of course there are some false alarms, which movemement monitor doesnt have it? But the occurence is definitelly not big and it is worth careless sleep. In Czech Republic (country of origin) they are using those monitors in hospitals, now I understand why.
The quick summary of what is being said about each product is as follows:
Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor:
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