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Itzbeen Pink & Green Twin Pack Baby Care Timer

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Item Weight2 pounds
UPC705105016719
Item model numberWD68GREEN/K1
Additional product featuresNightlight
  
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Best Sellers Rank #47,596 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

The ITZBEEN Baby Care Timer is a multi-purpose tool that helps new parents remember, learn, and communicate the basic details of baby care. ITZBEEN has four timers that count up with the touch of a button&so you will always know how long it's been! Model number WD68-Blue * This unique timer takes the guesswork out of keeping baby comfy, cozy and happy * Large display shows the elapsed time since the last diaper change and feeding, how long baby has been awake/asleep and how long since medication was last given * Each timer can also give a reminder at certain intervals, if desired; buttons will illuminate and brief alarm can sound * Features: 4 Timers, 4 Timer Alarms, Soft Nightlight, Illuminated Display, Left/Right Nursing Reminder Switch, Clock, Belt Clip * Overall Dimensions: 4 x 2.5 x 1.5

Customer Reviews

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A. Reasor
It was nice to be able to have a timer go off to tell me to go check on the girls in the middle of the night, rather than wait for them to wake up crying.
R. Brannen
Awesome Product wish they had it when my oldest was born. ust bought it for my grilfriend who is having twins!!
Christine Rivero

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2010
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Gave these to my daughter & husband for their new twin girls. They use them all the time and can't imagine trying to keep track of feedings, diaper changes and naps without them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Brannen on February 3, 2011
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I have twins, and keeping up with who got what medicine or had a diaper change when would have been IMPOSSIBLE in the early days. This is a must-have for moms of twins, and possibly any new mother! It was nice to be able to have a timer go off to tell me to go check on the girls in the middle of the night, rather than wait for them to wake up crying. With two, it's nice to plan ahead for when they will be hungry, or need a diaper change or anything, really! I even used the * button for my painkillers as a reminder. I was able to stay ahead of the pain from my c-section, even when I was asleep. The timer would go off, I'd take medicine and be back to sleep in less than a minute. YOU HAVE TO BUY THIS!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CA Twin Mom on March 19, 2010
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I purchased this twin pack because I had heard from other mothers of twins that these were lifesavers, and I have to say that I'm not sure how I would get along without this timer. For twins, I don't think it's necessary to get the twin pack, as we keep the babies on the same schedule so we ended up only using one timer.

We did find that using the timer at first was a bit challenging because it didn't come with instructions, but we were able to download them online.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. M. on December 17, 2010
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I think these would be best if you are a first time parent, worry about timing the feedings, and/or really want a particular schedule for your kiddos. My twins were #5 & #6 in our family and I am very laid back. I do feed my girls together, but am not insistent they eat at certain times or intervals. I tried using them 2 different times & found them to be more hassle than help. I wish I had not bought them, but do think they could be useful to some parents.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Denise Thomasson on May 5, 2012
Don't buy these in a two pack, buy them individually. Great product, STUPID price. I couldn't live without mine and kept it with me at all times for the first 4 months of my little guy's life. Perfect if you want to use the Baby Wise method.
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I am a new Mom and found the initial experience pretty overwhelming, needing to track how long it had been since the last feeding, nap, diaper change, etc. Then I bought the Itsbeen timer and a stress was lifted from me instantly. When the baby is fussy, I check the timer, and if it's been two hours since the baby's last feeding I know that may be the reason he is fussy. If it's been only an hour, I know it isn't food related and continue down the checklist of diaper change, wanting a cuddle, wanting a pacifier, etc. to try to sooth him. There is even a little switch at the bottom of the timer to indicate which breast (right or left) the baby fed from. I use the asterix marked button for when I last used the breastpump, though it could be used to track anything. This is a count-up timer, not a count-down timer. The timer does not show seconds only minutes: this confused me initially when I pushed the buttons expecting to see instant feedback of seconds incrementing, until I realized there were no seconds displayed, and that the timer was in fact counting. At any baby shower I attend from now on, in addition to the traditional shower gift from a registry, I will also get the new Mom an Itsbeen timer.
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Oh my goodness, with pregnancy brain quickly turning into mommy brain and sleep deprivation at a max, how can you possibly remember what side baby last nursed on or what time it was? ESPECIALLY WITH TIWINS! This is essential for those of us who don¡¦t wear a watch often or who don¡¦t¡¦ want to have to wear a pin or rubber band around her wrist to remember the last-nursed side! Also helpful for diaper change reminders! If you are using cloth diapers, you most likely need to stick to every 2 hours or less, and those 2 hours fly by so it is nice to be able to look at the timer and see that baby is due rather than have a leak or blowout to remind you º Like that it lights up in the dark, too!
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