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A Sneak Peak of Owlet on CNBC

September 1, 2016

CNBC explores the Owlet Baby Monitor and shares the story of Amy and baby Grayson, who the Owlet Monitor notified for in a life threatening situation. Take a peek to learn more about why Owlet is revolutionizing infant safety. Go to our website owletcare.com to see the entire segment.

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The Smart Sock is the first baby monitor to track your baby’s oxygen level and heart rate—good indicators of Baby's overall well-being—while they sleep. If your baby’s readings leave preset zones, you'll receive a notification that lets you know your baby really needs you. Now you can feel more confidence, more freedom, and more peace of mind knowing that Owlet is here to help.

Our all-new Smart Sock is the third of its kind and it's smarter than ever.

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6 thoughts on “A Sneak Peak of Owlet on CNBC

Kyrie

Hi, Pat! Thank you for your feedback. We will pass this along to our content team. Safe sleep practices are at the heart of what we do here at Owlet. We apologize for sharing anything that does not follow those guidelines.

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Pat Minshall

The product sounds like a good idea, but it should not replace common sense and the recommendations of the AAP .
1.Infants should be placed in a supine position for every sleep by every caregiver; side sleeping is not safe and is not advised.
2.Infants should be placed on a firm sleep surface, such as a mattress in a safety-approved crib, covered by a fitted sheet with no other bedding or soft objects.
3.The infant’s crib, portable crib, play yard, or bassinet should be placed in the parents’ bedroom until the child’s first birthday, based on evidence that sleeping in the parents’ room – but on a separate surface – decreases the risk of SIDS by as much as 50%.
4.Soft objects and loose bedding should be kept away from the infant’s sleep area; pillows and pillow-like toys, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, and loose bedding pose a risk of suffocation, entrapment or SIDS.

I take issue with the photography on this web site. it makes it look like it is okay to have infants sleep on non firm surfaces with loose bedding. Please update web site with correct visuals, the good work that the “owllet ‘ provides could be undone by placing the infant in an unsafe environment. Thanks from a Pediatric RN

Amber Nielsen

Hi! It may be that the sock is just too big or too loose for the baby’s foot. Can you reach out to our customer service team? We’ll help you get a good sock fit, or replace any parts if necessary. 🙂 You can reach out to us at (866) 348-1767 Mon-Sat 7am to 9pm MST.

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Anonymous

MY FRIEND ORDERED ONE AND USING IT FOR 2 WEEKS NOW.. THE OXYGEN LEVEL KEEPS GOING DOWN ? IS THIS ONE DEFECTD AND NEED BE RETURN? BABY CAME EARLY, 4 WEEKS EARLY.. DOES SHE NEED TO RETURN IT AND SWAP OUT FOR NEW ONE?

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Brittany

Hi Janice, can you contact us at (844) 334-5330 so we can look into that for you? We are available Monday-Saturday 7 am – 9 pm MST.

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janice

I ordered mine overy two weeks ago I haven’t seen it yet! Hum?