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A baby monitor like Owlet’s Smart Sock 2 is the most advanced way to keep an eye on your baby while sleeping. Not literally as you will not be watching your child to know if all is well. Instead a small electronic reader, attached to your baby’s foot will measure your baby’s pulse and oxygen levels, the most vital parameters. If the readings fall outside of the preset norm for babies from 0-18 months, an alarm will alert you. You can also download the Owlet app and get notifications and readings on your phone.
The baby monitor’s sock electronic connects to the base station via Bluetooth, however you will need WiFi to operate the app.
So, to truly know your baby’s well being and to sleep better at night, invest in an Owlet baby monitor and stop guessing.
INCLUDES: Electronic reader, 3 sock sizes, base station and charging cords and adaptor.
DELIVERY: 3-7 days
Until the Owlet technology launched, the main choice of monitor was either video and/or breathing pads.
These alternatives provide some level of security, however a visual image of a sleeping baby doesn’t necessarily tell you about your baby’s health. Further, the video feed needs visual assessment by the parent to determine if things are OK. This means that at night, you need to wake up completely to really look at the picture.
As for the breathing pads, it is quite normal for babies to hold their breath, so such a sensor may activate its alarm and frighten you, when in fact all is well.
We feel that the Owlet Smart Sock provides the greatest level of assurance thanks to the pulse oximeter technology applied.
A live video feed is a great addition to your set up and an Owlet video camera will be launched in Australia in late May 2019. The new camera integrates fully with the Smart Sock monitor and a new version of the app lets you see both the video feed and the sock readings at the same time.
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