Top 5 Wearable Baby Breathing Monitors
Wearable baby tech has become more and more popular as tech-savvy parents want to take some of the worry away that comes with looking after a tiny new baby. As a new parent, it’s more likely that you’ll be constantly worrying about your baby – is he okay? Is she breathing? Are my babies comfortable right now? The right wearable baby monitor can answer all of these questions. These 5 baby breathing monitors are for peace of mind and will hopefully make parenting a little easier – because when parents know their baby is safely asleep, they sleep better too.
The Snuza Hero baby movement monitor is great for when you constantly worry about your newborn. It ensures 100% mobility and has a vibration option to stimulate breathing along with a visual and audible alarm that alerts parents immediately if your baby’s breathing stops. Hypo-allergenic and approved by paediatricians worldwide, the Snuza Hero is a great choice for anxious parents. Check out the video review of the Snuza.
Snap this tiny device on any baby’s clothing and choose any alerts you want to receive on your smartphone. With MonBaby, you can monitor the breathing movements, body position, turn on the fall detection, and more. The gadget is a giant smart button that is simple to attach to what the baby is wearing. Thanks to the flexibility and multiple options available, you can use this baby sleep monitor as your child grows.
Mimo Smart Baby Breathing & Activity MonitorThe Mimo Baby Breathing Monitor is a wearable baby bodysuit. This gadget is totally safe for babies and can tell you how your baby is breathing at the moment as well as their temperature, body position, activity level, and whether they are asleep or awake. It’s a nice idea, but it’s going to get very expensive very quickly if you have to keep buying new suits. It comes with a pack of three, don’t know about you but I’d need a clean one every night and every couple of months a whole new set. Financially practical or not, you decide. Mimo is only available in the US at the moment.
Owlet Smart Sock
The Owlet set includes a smart sock to monitor your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels, base station to collect vitals data via Bluetooth, and a smartphone app for remote monitoring. Combined together, they make one of the best baby breathing monitors available. Just put a tiny snuggly sock on your baby’s feet while he or she is sleeping to ensure you’ll have a peaceful mind and not worry so much.
Sproutling is another baby wearable monitor that monitors motion, breathing, position, and heart rate of your newborn. Specially designed for babies, Sproutling is worn around the baby’s ankle and monitors the baby’s sleep patterns and environment. According to their website, the Sproutling infant wearable has joined Mattel and will be launching sometime in the future.