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Anklet tracks tot’s sleep
“Say goodbye to guesswork,” say the designers of a “smarter baby monitor that senses, learns and predicts.” Worn around your baby’s ankle, the Sproutling monitors heart rate, skin temperature and body movement, and also tracks the room temperature, and humidity. The data is sent to your phone where the app creates simplified notifications. More
Baby monitor buying guide
We’ve covered a lot of baby monitors here at BabyTech — but how can you determine which one might be best for you? Consumer Reports has a guide that could help you make your choice. “A baby monitor can give you peace of mind, letting you move around the house while your little one naps,” the non-profit organization says. More
High-tech onesie has built-in sensors
Here are some high-tech pajamas: Mimo has built multiple sensors into a onesie, so that “while your baby is wearing the Kimono, you can check their movements and body position to see just how active or peaceful they are — no matter where you or your baby might be.” Mimo says its clinically validated sleep algorithms let you know “when your baby falls asleep, when they wake, and how well they are sleeping. More
Baby monitor for iPhone
“By reassuring you that your baby is resting peacefully,” Belkin says, a monitor “allows you to use your free time more productively. You’ll be able to tend to household tasks, catch up with friends, or enjoy a quiet moment to yourself while your baby is resting.” Of course there are plenty of baby monitor systems available, but the WeMo from Belkin works directly with your iPhone.  More
Detect against Ear infections
How can you best ensure your infant’s ear isn’t infected? With the Middle Ear Monitor. EarCheck says its monitor is a “clinically proven home use device that accurately detects the presence middle ear fluid,” which is a key sign of an ear infection. More
Listen in on your Unborn
The Prenatal Listener lets you hear the sounds your unborn baby makes. “When you find out that you’re expecting, you can’t wait to meet your new baby,” developer Graco says. “The Listener’s design gently hugs the natural curvature of your belly, so it fits snugly and offers terrific sound quality.” The gadget amplifies the baby’s heartbeat, kicks, hiccups and natural womb sounds, that begin late in the second trimester. More
Stop SIDS: Snuza monitors baby
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is unfortunately a very real concern — and anything that can help alleviate that worry can be worth looking into. The latest gadget we’ve heard of for this is one of the simplest to use, and also one of the most portable. More
Hi-tech Teddy monitors baby
We all grew up with stuffed animals — but ours weren’t stuffed with sensors. This new Tedi keeps an eye on your child for you, and sends alerts and updates to your phone. Amidst the bear’s stuffing is also a microphone, a thermometer, a pulse detector — and even a special sensor that records how strongly your baby grips the bear! More
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