- A wearable baby monitor that easily clips onto your baby's diaper.
- This monitor monitors your baby's breathing movement and will attempt to gently rouse your baby after 15-seconds of no breathing movement.
- It will alarm after 20-seconds of no breathing movement allowing you to act quickly.
- Heading out? Simply pop the monitor into your bag - no cords, wires, or complicated sensor pads.
- No need to hover over your sleeping baby at night. Enable the tick mode to "hear" your baby's breathing movements at night.
Got this for my daughter. Baby was born premature. It has been very helpfull to help her relax a little when he sleeps, since she was used to the monitorswhen he was in the NICU.
This has exceeded my expectations.It takes a couple times to really get the positioning right so you don’t get any false alarms, but that’s fine by me considering the peace of mind that I get from using this on my baby!After an unexpected stay in the NICU, I was terribly nervous to bring my baby girl home (she’s my third baby. I never thought I would be more nervous than I was with my first). So I decided to look for something to alert me if something was going on with her. I read reviews and product details and decided on this. We’re a month in, and I’ve actually been able to get some sleep knowing that I have the Snuza to alert me!
I’ve been using this for about six weeks now and it has provided me some much-needed peace of mind while my baby sleeps. It’s a lower-tech option than the owlet sock, which has many reviews saying the software is difficult, it false-alarms all time, and they collect data on your baby. In six weeks I’ve only had one “false alarm” with Snuza that was totally my fault because it wasn’t on securely and I didn’t want to wake my baby to fix it. The alarm was definitely loud enough to wake me. I sleep so much better knowing this is monitoring her breathing. Definitely worth the price, which is also much lower than the owlet.
This is a fantastic object, you have to place it correctly straight thought otherwise it will start beeping giving you false alarms.it's a bit complex to place sometimes especially if you haven't planned for it and your baby is still wearing clothes, but I find it that just with a onesie you can just snap it open and fit it on his back easily.I love the audible beeping with 3 levels, and the lowest can be heard from the monitor I have... pretty good!Still be sure to check on your little one...
I've been using this for a few weeks now. I bought this because my angelcare monitor broke after less then 2 years worth the use.Works well and gives me some piece of mind because my baby will only sleep on her stomach. After trying everything to get her to sleep on her back or side, nothing worked, she screamed light you where killing her. So I got this and hook it to the side of her diaper and it works great.The only issue I've had is the because the clip that holds the monitor on the diaper is plastic, it doesn't stay that great and if my baby is wiggling in her sleep the monitor will move and go off. Yes better safe then sorry, but to fix the issue I put a cloth diaper cover over the disposable at night and it is thick enough to hold it in place better.