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Yes, you just put it on the back of the diaper a little off to the side. I still use it on my 8 month old who sleeps mostly on his tummy.
By Isabel on July 11, 2013
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I was told the swing would "fool" it and if you set it in the swing alone it will still blink as if it were on the baby. I have had it go off, however, while my daughter was in the swing. I think it had come loose, but the alarm definitely sounded and the swing was still in motion. I still used it everytime my daughter… see more I was told the swing would "fool" it and if you set it in the swing alone it will still blink as if it were on the baby. I have had it go off, however, while my daughter was in the swing. I think it had come loose, but the alarm definitely sounded and the swing was still in motion. I still used it everytime my daughter was in the swing. see less
By Elizabeth Curtis on January 24, 2014
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Our 9 month old sleeps in bed with us, no more than 3 feet from a fan, the Snuza detects babies tummy moving so a fan will not interfere with it.
By Ej on June 28, 2014
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As far as I know the snuza only alarms if there is an absence of movement. The sound machine should not interfere unless you of course you can't hear the alarm.
By Amazon Customer on November 22, 2013
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We had very few instances of false alarms. We fastened the Snuza to our daughters diaper, and then put on her onesey. I am unsure of how wiggly your kid Is but it secures nicely. We used this thing until our little one was maybe six or seven months. Then she was on her belly sleeping and we could do little about … see more We had very few instances of false alarms. We fastened the Snuza to our daughters diaper, and then put on her onesey. I am unsure of how wiggly your kid Is but it secures nicely. We used this thing until our little one was maybe six or seven months. Then she was on her belly sleeping and we could do little about it. Then we felt the Snuza was useless as it was pressing in on her tummy and she could hold her head up well. see less
By Eftyking on February 8, 2015
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Absolutely. In fact my daughter would sleep on my wife's chest sometimes at night & if it came lose off her diaper while between them it would go off so it knew something was wrong. I've read parents with cosleeping twins used it just fine too.
By jimmyduxfan on October 14, 2013
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In a row and it will wake you up!
By Stuart A. on December 11, 2013
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Mine is blue...but it goes with the logo; I don't think it's meant to be gender-specific
By laurenfk on December 11, 2013
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Right. It's just a battery powered sensor. It's not looking for or sending out a signal
By Leah K. Schulte on April 5, 2017
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A 3Volt Battery. It Attaches To The Diaper So You Would Need 2. It Comes With A battery. I Have Used One On My Son For All Naps And Bedtimes For The Last 7 Months And I Still Havent Had To ReplacetThe Battery. Look Up Snooza Battery On,Amazon They Aren't Expensive.
By Angie W. on November 29, 2013