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. It shuts off automatically after 20 minutes. There are adjustable volume and vibration speed controls.
It’s $15 here.
Trike carries Tots
May 14, 2014 02:45 PM
Want a stroller that also is a great way to teach your child the basic elements of bicycling? The My-Trike is a 3-in-1 canopy-style stroller that’s a “trendy, fashionable statement on wheels,” the maker says, “beautifully engineered and geared for child safety.”
There’s an adjustable rear handle and freewheeling clutch so you control the steering as your baby begins to learn balance and motor skills. As the child starts to grow and become more capable, the clutch easily pops out to allow the child control of the pedaling. It comes with an adjustable shade canopy, and is $150 here.
Just how high-tech can a baby carriage be? Any more than this one, and it’d be a spaceship.
It’s called the origami because it folds in three dimensions to a closed size of only 38x14x21 inches.
Not only does it fold up — it does so under its own power! The origami will open and close itself at the touch of a button, says maker 4moms.com.
And not only does it fold itself — the self-charging stroller makes electricity for the job with its built-in generators in its rear wheels charge the origami while you walk.
The buggy has daytime “running lights” make you and your baby more visible all the time, and pathway lights located under the stroller that turn on automatically in low-light conditions.
The LCD dashboard will show you how fast you’re walking, how far you’ve traveled, and the temperature, with its thermometer, speedometer, and trip/lifetime odometers.
There are also four cup holders, storage pockets, and a removable storage bag.
The $850 stroller can even charge your phone.
More information is here.