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Baby Product Reviews

Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.

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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]
Embryo app shows you 3D details
With the Carnegie Embryo Collection at the National Museum of Health and Medicine, specialists have defined normal human embryo development for decades, and created a Virtual Human Embryo database. Now app developers used the information to provide you with all this info in a more convenient form. [More]
Portable gadget soothes infants
The Vibe Portable Soother from Summer Infant “helps relax your baby anywhere.” The gadget’s vibration “gives your baby the comfort of movement even when standing still,” the company says. It can also play white noise, a lullaby, and heart beat sounds “for additional soothing.” It has attachment options for cribs, bassinets, play yards, strollers, and carriers. [More]
Sanitary diaper bin
The Sangenic diaper disposal bin seals in each diaper. It doesn’t let the smell out, and keeps everything safely contained. It works with a long plastic antibacterial liner tube. All you touch are a little handle on the nappy, and a plunger on the container. [More]
Babies Are Go
With the Go-Pod portable activity seat, your baby can stay active wherever you are — and burn off that extra energy that’ll otherwise be keeping you both up at night. Maker KidCo says the Go·Pod is an ultra lightweight, portable activity seat developed as an alternative to bulky, stationary activity centers. [More]
Baby blooms in bath
With the Blooming Bath, your infant can be safely and comfortably cleaned in a standard sink. It’s a “great alternative to hard, plastic tubs,” says its maker, and is “super soft and cuddly to keep your baby happy and comfortable during bath time.” It’s $47 here. [More]
Crib rockers helps crying babies sleep
The DreamMover baby rocker “gently rocks at the speed of a mother’s heartbeat,” says its maker RoboPax, to “creates just the right amount of ambient noise.” The company says its rocker “eases the transition from the womb into the world,” to “significantly reduce baby crying,” The gadget works with all strollers, seats, pads, push chairs, etc., the company adds, and is easy to set up and clean. [More]
Baby can rock in the car
Can your child only doze when being gently rocked to sleep? Well now car travel can also be more restful with the Dozer Rocker, a portable car seat rocking chair. It’s made by Baby Fanatic, which says the portable and lightweight gizmo is “designed by a Mom and Dad to be exactly what is needed.” It’s small enough to fit in the pocket of your diaper bag, and also generates white noise to help quiet the baby. [More]
Sleevely smartens baby bottles
Can your baby bottle tell you when your child last ate? It can if it’s wearing a Sleevely! The device, now in development, monitors, records and transmits information about your baby’s feeding habits right to your phone. One of every four babies suffer from eating difficulties that require mandatory nutrition monitoring, its makers note. [More]