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New Must-Have Wearable Tech for Babies

Over the past few years, the technological advancements in baby tech, especially wearable tech, have been incredible. Here are some new, must-have wearable tech items for babies.

Owlet Smart Sock 2

We’d be remiss if we didn’t share the Owlet Smart Sock 2. This device tracks your infant’s heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep and is designed to notify you if either falls out of range. Equipped with a sensor, three fabric socks (sizes 0-18 months), base station, and compatible app, the Owlet is a must-have item for the tech-savvy.

Pacif-i Smart Pacifier

The Pacif-i is not your mother’s pacifier. It utilizes low energy Bluetooth technology to constantly measure your baby’s temperature, providing accurate, time-stamped readings to your iOS or Android devices. And it comes in four different colors.

Project Nursery Parent + Baby SmartBand

This device is the first-of-its-kind, created specifically for parents and babies. The SmartBand allows you to log important information like breastfeeding/bottle feeding, pumping, child weight and naps. It can also track your hydration, weight, diet, exercise, and sleep, and act as an activity tracker for you and your baby.

Garmin babyCam

Why settle for your run-of-the-mill mirror, when technology can help you monitor your child in the car? If you’re already a Garmin product lover, this camera will sync up to your existing Garmin navigation device to provide a live feed of your reverse-facing baby. Plus, it provides a notification when you are exiting your vehicle to check for remaining passengers in your vehicle. Pretty cool, right?

VersaMe Starling

This wearable tech item processes your verbal engagements with your baby by telling you how many words your baby hears and speaks throughout the day. It clips onto your child’s shirt just below the neck and tracks environmental language patterns, words goals and the developmental progress of your child.

What are some of your favorite must-have wearable tech items for babies? 

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