|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||7.8 x 5.55 x 3.31 inches|
|Package Weight||0.47 Kilograms|
|Size||0-18 Months (Pack of 1)|
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Owlet - Smart Sock 3 Monitor - iOS and Android Compatible - Green, 0-18 Months
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|Battery Life||16 Hours|
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- Monitor What Matters — The award-winning Smart Sock tracks your baby’s sleep patterns. View your baby’s sleep trends in the Owlet App from anywhere.
- View Sleep History & Trends — The Smart Sock tracks Baby’s sleep cycles and displays trends over time so you can spot patterns and make adjustments to Baby’s schedule as they grow. Track the total number of hours slept and review a history of light sleep, deep sleep and number of night wakings.
- Check Connection Status — The Base Station glows green when the Smart Sock is connected and notifies with lights and sound if the connection is disrupted.
- Proven Peace of Mind. — Designed for Babies 0-18 months and up to 30 pounds, millions of parents trust the Smart Sock every night to help track their baby’s sleep and enjoy more peace of mind.
- Get a Complete Picture — Upgrade to the Owlet Monitor Duo for the most complete picture of your baby’s well-being while they sleep. The Duo offers the intelligence of our award-winning Smart Sock paired with our Wi-Fi Cam.
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Warning Strangulation Hazard: Children have strangled in cords. Keep this cord and the base station out of the reach of children (more than 3 feet (0.9m) away from the crib). Do not remove this tag. The Owlet Smart Sock is meant for healthy babies up to 18 months of age and the notification thresholds on Owlet Smart Sock are not as stringent as a medical monitor. The Smart Sock is an information-gathering product intended to assist in tracking the well-being of healthy babies from 5 to 30 pounds. It is not a medical monitor or other medical device and is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, alleviate or prevent any disease or health condition or investigate, replace or modify anatomy or any physiological process. You should always follow pediatrician-recommended safe sleep practices when using the Smart Sock
The Smart Sock is not a medical device. It is not intended for use as a medical device or to replace a medical device. It does not and is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, alleviate or prevent any disease or health condition or investigate, replace or modify anatomy or any physiological process.
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For the owlet's 3rd generation sock, volume cannot be adjusted, sound cannot be turned off, light cannot be dimmed. The base station's alarm seldom goes off for no reason, or is simply caused by connection issues between the sock and the base station.
After a few hours of use, our baby must have kicked or moved the sock, the base station's loud alarm went off, the app flashed a red warning "Low Oxygen Level".
The baby is perfectly fine, this product is just not always reliable.
If you worry about your baby's health, this device could potentially increase your anxiety.
By mrsyogieboo on November 22, 2020
By Nicole Elizabeth Woodel on April 15, 2021
UPDATE 12/15/20: We have been using the sock every night for more than a month at this point. In the past two weeks, we had two “red” alerts; the first indicating baby’s heart rate dropped below 60 bpm and, one week later, the second indicating heart rate was below 60bpm and oxygen dropped below 80%. Both times, I had just finished nursing baby and she was in my arms, wide awake, looking completely fine. Pediatrician said the rapid decrease on the monitor was a false alarm, as true bradycardia events would be gradual. Confidence in accuracy of this is low but we continue to use it, waging it is better to be safe than sorry.
I'm a first-time mom, and for the first 10 weeks after we brought baby home, during the short 2-3 hour stretches during the night that I could have theoretically rested because baby was asleep in her crib, I found myself frequently waking up/ sitting up to check on baby. As she's started to sleep for longer stretches (now usually 8-10 hours overnight between feeds, woohoo!), I really wanted to be able to lay down and rest without the constant urge to look over to see her chest rise and fall. A few friends had recommended the Owlet, so we took the plunge!
Setup was a breeze for both the app and basestation, and as soon as the sock is synced it's ready to use. Getting the sock placed the first time was a little bit challenging on a wiggly baby foot, but the guides in the app have helpful step-by-step instructions and videos to figure that out. Our baby sleeps with the sock on under footie pajamas and in a swaddle; initially I was concerned that if baby moved too much during the night and rubbed the sock against her pajamas/swaddle, we would receive alarms from the Owlet saying that the sock shifted and couldn't get a good reading. That hasn't actually happened yet, so I'm happy to report that the device seems to stay put as long as you place it correctly and snug.
Battery life is great (it's always reported as 16 hours minimum after a full charge) and we have the base station set up on our night stand so it's easy to drop the sock in to charge after getting baby up in the morning.
We're not expecting the Owlet to be a medical device (it's not!), but just knowing that the alarm will sound if baby's heart rate/oxygen levels drift to outside the "safe" range" makes me feel like I have an extra set of eyes on baby and allows me to actually rest once baby is down for the night. I would 100% recommend to any other first-time parents out there, or anyone who might be looking for extra peace of mind while baby is sleeping!
Yes, if you are having twins you would need to buy 2 of these. However, it’s a small investment that really has huge benefits.
Pros: It tracks oxygen, heart rate, sleep patterns. It’s interesting to track which baby happened to be wide awake in their bassinet when everyone else was snoozing. Oxygen was a must for us as we have a baby that would sometimes hold their breath. Not to mention, babies love to spit up while lying flat. This helped me sleep through the night knowing they were clearing their airway and I didnt need to assist. I also like that it tracks the battery life and informs us if the battery is getting low. The product also comes with 2 socks in each size to rotate feet. NICU nurses suggested rotating along with each diaper change. My smaller twin came home a little over 5 lbs and while it was a pain at first getting to fit, it does work for that small of a size. I also like that I can monitor how they are doing if Im not at home and they are left with a care taker.
Cons: Good God, the sound the base makes when it falls off their foot is SO annoying. It tends to go off during diaper changes, feedings or burpings. You can pause it but only for 60 seconds. I wish there was an option to stop it for longer and let it know you’re in the middle of cleaning a dirty butt and cant tend to the noise. Also, having twins, I wish there was a way to customize the noise. If an alarm is going off, it’d be nice to know which baby it is referring to without having to grab our phone to check the notifications. We’ve placed our bases in different locations of the house to tell which belongs to which baby.
Overall, its a tool that eases our mind. Definitely worth it.
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Currently having problems with the sleep/awake markers and the tech support have been responding so hopefully will be sorted soon.
However, our little one had a bad case of silent reflux which resulted in a lot of throat discomfort and breathlessness periods in the early days and then later in coughing fits once he had developed some defence mechanisms.
The Owlet sock has let both of us sleep about 15% more because on the days when his breathing sounds odd or laboured, I'm able to check the owlet data to make sure it's just a strange noise rather than something affecting his oxygen levels. This means I'm able to fall asleep and I don't wake him up to change his position either so double win!
There are a couple of negative points however:
+ You can't get readings from the sock without the base station. This means that if your wi-fi is down or more importantly, if you're out of the house, the sock is unusable. This is the biggest downside for me because the position that babies are in when they are in car seats is constricting to the chest area so it would be particularly useful on car journeys, especially longer ones.
+ If your baby is a wriggler, likes to grab his feet or generally rub them together, you're going to get a bunch of 'false' warnings from the base station because the sock is moved out of place - the most annoying part about this is that the notification from the base station is loud enough to wake up the baby!
+ The base station wasn't super obvious to set up but I messaged customer service over the chat in the app and they helped straight away.
For us, the peace of mind was ultimately very much worth the hefty price tag. But if we'd had a baby with no reflux/breathing issues, I probably would have used it for a couple of days and then forgotten about it.
However best thing I’ve brought, great for piece of mind my little one is used to wearing it and doesn’t bother her, battery lasts for a good 18hrs and charges quite quickly, and absolutely the best thing about it is, if your WiFi is down it still works, twice now I have been without WiFi and all that doesn’t work is the app.