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Owlet - Smart Sock 3 Baby Monitor - Monitors Heart Rate and Oxygen for Baby and Child Safety, iOS and Android Compatible - Green

4.2 out of 5 stars 58 ratings

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Item dimensions L x W x H 16.5 x 8.5 x 20 centimetres
Item weight 0.7 Kilograms

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  • Intelligent Baby Monitor. Track the most important indicators of your baby’s health–like oxygen level, heart rate, and total hours slept. View Baby’s readings in real-time on your smartphone in the Owlet App, and review a detailed 7-day wellness history, as well as total hours slept. App features compatible with iOS 13 or newer.
  • Know When Baby Really Needs You. If your baby’s readings leave preset “safe” zones, the Smart Sock will immediately notify you that your baby needs your attention.
  • Safe. Secure. Proven. The Sock uses established pulse-oximetry technology proven safe for babies, and the secure and encrypted data means only those you choose can access readings from the Sock.
  • Quick, Wireless Charging. The Sock has a 16 hour total battery life. Get 8 hours in 20 minutes, and a full charge in 90 minutes with convenient drop-and-go charging on the Base Station.
  • Measures sleep trends. View total hours slept, number of wakings, sleep quality and more.

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Parents around the world trust Owlet every night to help them keep their babies safe while they sleep. Our award-winning Smart Sock goes beyond the capabilities of any other baby monitor tomonitor the things that really matter, when it matters most. Our newest Sock is the third of its kind and smarter than ever.

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Reviewed in Australia on 16 May 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 11 October 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Needs improvements
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 April 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for parents of reflux/breathing issue babies or just anxious parents
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 June 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Connection is a pain but once it's connected, the readings are accurate
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 September 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Connection is a pain but once it's connected, the readings are accurate
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 September 2021
The first thing I'd like to shout out is that the connection setting process is a big pain in the back side. The main reason is because the Owlet can only connect to 2.5Ghz wifi. All new modems are now 5Ghz, or 2.5Ghz/5Ghz interchangeable (FYI, 2.5Ghz can reach a further distance but the speed is slower comparing to 5Ghz). It won't work with either. I had to log in to the modem, create a separate 2.5Ghz for this device. It's fortunate that my modem allows this functionality. If you know how to do this or know someone who can, read on...

Once the wifi is set up, I fired up the app, went through the connection process to get the Owlet base to connect to the new wifi. And then the app on my iPhone 12 Pro Max kept spinning at the stage where it is trying to find the sock. After my 5th attempt to no avail, I gave up and killed the app mid way. Only after that I realised that the app had already managed to find the sock and it was just not responding. So a tip for you, if your app is spinning and struggle to find the sock after a few minutes, just kill it and open it again, the sock should already be in the device list.

After that, the setting up process for the child is straightforward enough. You create a profile, add photo, date of birth, and link the sock to the profile. Here I found it a little disappointing that the app is not clever enough to distinguish the child's age and then set the appropriate heart rate range. I created a profile for my older child and the sock provided the SpO2 and heart rate readings correctly (it matched the Apply Watch and Garmin Fenix 6 that I had her wear). However, the app threw out an alert because the heart rate was too low. I guess it's fair enough because the sock is only intended for up to 18 months, but I wouldn't call it 'smart'.

Another thing that I dislike is that there's no way to turn off the alarm at the base. If the sock is loose, the base will play some music. I would really like it if I can turn this off at nights. Having a newborn in the house is tiring enough, and now you will have to run to the base and press it to turn off the alarm (it won't turn off by itself just by you readjusting the sock).

All in all, I find the sock a bit of a hassle to use and it's not 'smart' enough (yet). The setting up process is a great pain, and there are still drawbacks during the using process. However, if you want to monitor your child's vitals closely (heart rate, sleep time, SpO2), especially for medical reasons, then you can rest assure that the readings are on par with the industry's leaders like Apple Watch and Garmin Fenix.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 September 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not flawless
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 November 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not flawless
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 November 2021
I've been using this for just over a week now and have found it helpful in many ways, but not flawless. I'll begin by saying that my little one has arrived into our lives after loss and I have great anxiety over whether she is breathing or not.

To start with, the monitor comes with 4 different socks (2 for up to 12lb and 2 for 12-30lb) as you can see from my photo, the smaller size doesn't account for how thick the door may be but the larger sized sock has to be really tight to be recognised. The sock itself if comfortable and doesn't seem to leave marks like I worried about. It's easy to place whilst the baby is still asleep with is important when your little one is unwell and falls asleep out of routine.

The pros:
It's easy to strap to the baby
The app is easy to downloads and navigate
The light on the little charger plate is a great for anxious parents
Great for parents that have real fear over whether the baby is breathing or not because it does track baby's breathing.

The cons are;
It's not accurate as I'd have like. By that I mean that it takes a while before noticing that the monitor isn't attached to the baby and sending the alarm. Close to a minute. It also has moments where it thinks my baby is in a light sleep when she is awake but sitting still or breastfeeding. I believe this is due to my daughter having a faster Respiratory rate as we have just found out that she has a diaphragm that doesn't move on one side. This would mean that it doesn't reach sleep as well for those with baby's with a cold that might be breathing a little faster through their mouth which doesn't help anxious parents.
I also found that my child was mostly breathing with 95% oxygen which, although not dangerous, isn't ideal and the monitor should really glow yellow for that considering my child is around 6mths.

We also had a problem with the app struggling to recognise sleep and wake patterns and having moments of blank on the chart or 2 mins where it would just display ...where is should show a line and heart rate/oxygen percentage.

In saying that, the app customer service team were easy to get hold of and walked me through adding my baby as a new baby and starting again as a second account. As a UK user, I done this at 10pm with ease on their live chat.

In conclusion;
This is a great device although it isn't as accurate as it should be and is very expensive for the problems you can face. You can't really use it to accurately chart sleep and wake moments if you wanted to use it to help work out how frequently the baby wakes for feeds and how long they feed for
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