NORA Smart Sock (New 2022 Model). Birth to 3 Years. Heart Rate, Sleep Position, Temperature & Sleeping Tracking. iOS and Android.

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  • Know your newborn is all good: Track your baby’s heart rate day and night; Monitor the foot temperature to ensure it's comfortable; Keep an eye on the sleeping position to make sure it always sleeps on-back. Keep tracking the sleep history as it grows every day for sleep training. Use it anywhere with a direct Bluetooth link.
  • Be notified on your smartphone if something appears to be wrong. The sleep-on-stomach and the heart rate are considered as 'Critical Alerts' and they can override your smartphone settings, like the Silent-Mode or Do-Not-Disturb. The rest notifications like the temperature comply with your phone settings. Each alert and notification can be turned on/off individually.
  • Updates on the 2022 Model: (A) Bluetooth range is enlarged by 40%. Allow baby sleeping in the same or next room. (B) The heart rate can now be continuously read out even when the baby is wiggling! It requires about 2 min for an initial reading. (C) Diaper Mode: 2021 model can be used on diapers as well. This is an unique NORA feature allowing using up to 3-years-old. (D) Battery quality improvement.
  • For Newborns to 3-Years-old. The 'Sock Mode' supports from Newborn up to 18-month-old, while it is recommended for birth to 6-month-old because babies starts to grab and strip the sock. The 'Diaper Mode' is recommended for up to 3-years-old.

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NORA smart sock 2022 is the latest model. The NORA Smart Sock is (1). The Most Comprehensive: The NORA Sock has the most comprehensive readings. It tracks all: the heart rate, the temperature, the sleeping position like on-back or on-stomach, and the sleep history. (2). The Most Accurate: Thanks to the high accuracy of the readings, like the heart rate, tighter normal zone, 80 to 160 BPM, is defined. It's so good that you can even catch a baby's higher heart rate during feedings. (3). Reliable Connection: It doesn’t require any WiFi or base station. It connects to your iPhone directly over Bluetooth. The measured range is 30 ft with 1 wall in between the smartphone and the baby. (4). Use Anywhere: Thanks to the direct Bluetooth link, you can use it anywhere. Enjoy road trips or even flights with NORA keeping an eye on your baby. (5). Long Battery Life: The battery life is about 28 hours, way longer than competitors, so you don’t have to recharge it every half day.

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  • Batteries ‏ : ‎ 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 18.8 x 18.3 x 3.5 cm; 256 Grams
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 23 June 2021
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Nora Care LLC
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B098FHGKY7
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-baby
  • Customer Reviews:
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Alternative to Owlet, with Some Functional Differences
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Alternative to Owlet, with Some Functional Differences
Reviewed in the United States on 21 September 2021
TLDR: If you're a first time parent who can't sleep, because you're constantly checking on your infant at night to make sure they're still breathing, then this will put your worries to rest. Get it, and don't regret it. It will serve you for a long time, even if you do end up moving on to other monitoring solutions.

I already owned the Owlet Smart Sock 3 when this NORA Smart Sock became available for me to try. I figured I'd grab this and make a comparison review, but there are enough differences between the two that I'm not sure they compete 1:1. I'll start with advantages of the NORA, then disadvantages, then differences, and finish with some final thoughts.

---Advantages of the NORA vs Owlet---

At almost half the cost, the NORA Smart Sock is a better value for sure. NORA is a bit easier to get a solid connection to the babies foot, with the Owlet requiring some practice to get just right against the skin... the NORA is also useful for a much longer timeframe, with it being able to be used in the diaper (we have not tried this yet, our little one is still under 2 months).

I also found the NORA significantly easier to set up than the Owlet; you just have to have the app, and activate it by being close to the sock while it's plugged in. The NORA app also activates connection with the sock monitor quicker than the Owlet - sometimes you'd be waiting 20 seconds for the Owlet app to show you the status of your little one, while NORA >usually< took only a couple seconds. When in the same room, I had no issues with bluetooth connectivity on my iPhone 12 Mini, but my wife's old and glitchy Pixel didn't agree with the app and constantly crashed.

Because the NORA runs on Bluetooth, rather than WiFi like the Owlet, the use of the device isn't tethered to your home network, so it's much easier to travel or change rooms (if you have a big house) you're sleeping in - you do have to stick close to the sock yourself, however. The Owlet would require you to move the base station to do this, and if you're using a different WiFi network... you'd have to re set it up, which is very inconvenient.

NORA has a temperature sensor, Owlet does not. This is great in theory, and the more information can certainly be helpful, but it's not all too helpful (for us anyways). The temperature is not extrapolating for internal temperature of the baby... it's just what the temperature happens to be on the foot. If your baby doesn't mind the cold so much, then the sensor is just going to be complaining the whole time.

NORA also has the utility to determine the angle it's resting at. This give it a reasonably good chance of determining if your baby has turned over, which can be a life-saver as your little one gets older and stronger.

---Disadvantages---

The NORA is much bulkier than Owlet when attached to the foot. It is also harder to tell if it's working without using the app, as the NORA's lights turn off, for whatever bizarre reason, when it's unplugged for use (the Owlet has a light that changes from purple to red if it's contacting the skin correctly-ish and keeps glowing all night).

NORA has a limited range the phone can stray from the sock. The Owlet allows the parent to wander the house freely, because the phone can check up on the kid via WiFi - in fact, this works remotely too, not that the sock should be used that way. This could be a privacy concern for some, but they're both apps run from a phone... so...

NORA lacks the pulse oximeter that the Owlet has. I find this a strange exclusion, as it shouldn't have been any more expensive to include it, as it already has a pulse meter. When push comes to shove, it's not a huge disadvantage, as a oxygen starved baby should have some erratic heart rates too, but it's one less thing to be able to detect problems with.

---Differences---

NORA's app works just fine, the main difference between the two would be more of preference. I've included pictures showing the aesthetic differences between the two where they have similar functionality (main menu and the historical graphs). Owlet has some extra utility, in that it summarizes the previous night and gives some extra tips and information, while NORA allows you to zoom in and manipulate the graphs more.

They both seem to average heart rate over a different amount of time, but for some reason Owlet always showed a higher heart rate than NORA, which indicates to me that something is wrong with one of them. I'm not sure which one is the more accurate one...

---Conclusions---

I think that they're both fine products. The NORA allows you to set what you get alerts from, so it was easy to stop the false-alarms on temperature. I think that NORA is a great option to have for travel, and for when your kid gets older... however... for now, we'll be primarily using the Owlet. The main reason is personal, as it correctly alarmed us to something that was going wrong with our child, so we simply trust it to keep working (we did not have NORA at the time). Also, we have more freedom to move around the house with Owlet, as the phone has infinite range to the sock and the alarm sounds from both the app and the base station.

I look forward to getting more use out of the NORA Smart Sock as our baby gets older, and definitely recommend it to any parent - especially a first time parent who's having a hard time sleeping. The NORA is an excellent product, at an excellent value. I don't see either as superior to the other, simply similar products that approached the same problem from a different design philosophy.
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