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Baby Product Reviews

Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.

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Affordable adjustable rocker

From Fisher-Price comes a portable and adjustable rocker that “grows” with your baby from newborn to toddler. The seat supplies soothing vibrations as well, and has two toys built in. (You can see the reviews on Amazon are very good, except for one that notes it looks as low-cost as it is.) It’s $38 here. [ More ]
Free app for your baby bump
With the BabyBump pregnancy tracker, just enter your due date (or calculate from the last menstrual period) and the personal countdown screen shows the remaining weeks and days — with schematic embryo pictures of a baby for each week, as well as details about your baby’s size, weight and development. [ More ]
Clean water flows in, dirty water flows out
Sounds like magic to me, but, 4Moms claims its Infant Tub lets the clean water flow in whole making the dirty water go out. And with the built in color-coded temperature gauge, “it’s easy to get your baby’s bath water to a safe and comfortable temperature,” the company says. [ More ]
App streamlines photos of your growing child
“Kids grow up fast,” say that developers of the Lifecake app, with which you can “see and share their amazing progress with a private, beautiful photo and video timeline.” The free app for iPhone and Android makes it easier to enjoy photos of your child, combining your pictures with those your spouse takes. [ More ]
Bounce that baby softly, in style
  Nuna says its baby seat accommodates babies, toddlers, and kids as they grow — and it was “inspired by the carefree float of a leaf on a breeze — the Leaf baby seat treats baby to a similarly mesmerizing ride… a motor-free ride to newborn dreamland, a wiggle party once they’re walking, or a crash pad after a hard day on the preschool playground.” The seat’s motion “lasts unassisted with a gentle push for over 2 minutes — no batteries, no cords, no buzz, no noise.” It’s also endurance-tested up to a whopping 130 lbs, and so “should keep them rocking out for years.” The company cites its “elegant, serene design that feels right at home in the living room.” It’s $220 here. [ More ]
Children fly more safely
The Child Airplane Travel Harness is the only child flying safety device approved by the FAA, its maker claims. The safety harness was designed specifically for aviation travel, and compactly fits into a 6-inch sack, weighing only a pound. It’s easy to install, in less than 1 minute, they add. [ More ]
Implant controls fertility remotely
You might soon be able to better control your fertility with a contraceptive-deleveraging implant that can be deactivated wirelessly, MIT’s Technology Review reports. The device measures 20 x 20 x 7 millimeters, and dispenses 30 micrograms a day of levonorgestrel, a hormone already used in several kinds of contraceptives. [ More ]
Teach your child how to play doctor
No, not like that…! The Electronic Medical Play Set from Castle Toy includes an electronic stethoscope with lights and sounds, a light up thermometer, light up magnifier, patient’s badge, doctor’s badge, and a carry case. It’s $33 here.   [ More ]
Aspirate baby’s nostrils electronically
With the Advanced Solutions Electronic Nasal Aspirator, a necessary task can be a lot less unpleasant. “Give your baby quick and gentle relief from congestion,” maker Safety 1st says.  The gadget “quietly and efficiently removes excess mucus, and the clear reservoir lets you know it’s working.” It has a contoured shape that is easy to hold, the maker adds, and its soft silicone tips can be easily sterilized. [ More ]
A clever way to intro baby to solid food
Clevamama says it has “the safest most hygienic way to introduce your baby to solids without the risk of choking.” The ClevaFeed is easy to use, the company says: “simply snap open the top of the feeder, place food in the teat and allow your baby to suck the food through the teat.” The ClevaFeed is a great way to introduce new flavors and textures to your baby, the developer adds, while “also ensuring excellent nutrition from a very early age.” It’s $10 here. [ More ]