|Product Dimensions||15.24 x 10.16 x 27.94 cm; 340.19 Grams|
|Item Model Number||303600|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Care instructions||Machine wash & dry (remove sound module first)|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Power source type||Battery-powered|
|Item Weight||340 g|
|Country/Region of origin||USA|
Skip Hop Unicorn Cry Activated Soother, (303600)
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- Cry-activated smart sensor distinguishes between cries and other sounds
- Automatically responds to baby's cries
- Removable sound module is easy to set and customize
- Plays 3 lullabies and 3 soothing sounds
- Easily attaches to crib with hook-and-loop fasteners
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Skip Unicorn Hop Cry Activated Soother soothe baby with sweet songs, nature sounds and your recorded voice even in the middle of the night. This soft bedtime friend features an innovative cry-activated smart sensor that automatically responds to cries so baby and parents get a good night’s sleep. This soother is easy to attach to the crib, it’s also a cinch to set and customize a voice recording option lets mom and dad comfort baby no matter where they are. As the baby grows, it becomes a huggable friend for toddlers.
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the only issue we're experiencing it's with the second lullaby. when we're playing that one and try to rise the volume, it suddenly stop. when pressing play again it doesn't play the same we selected earlier.
2 Main flaws:
- loudest setting is not loud enough
- there’s no option to leave on for longer than 60 minutes, there should be an option to not auto-off.
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Reviewed in Canada on 24 July 2019
Reviewed in Canada on 5 December 2018
Really very disappointed with this item. I have the skip hop plug in noise maker, and we love this. I assumed the mini portable version would be just as good so I didn’t put too much stock in all the bad reviews I read about this item. We also have other skip hop products and always thought they were great products. This however falls very very short! I read other reviews before buying this and one of the common comments was “stops working for no reason” - admittedly I just assumed this to be down to a random faulty device or user error. Now having my own sound machine - and I’ve only had it for around 10 days - I can report that it is badly designed and poorly made. It does indeed just cut out and stops working. You can’t get it to work and it just quits. For days. Then it will suddenly come to life again for 20 minutes. Then it quits again. This is even with brand new batteries!! So it is not a power supply issue. In addition to this, it only takes batteries. Which you need to change with a screwdriver so for a portable device that you would want to take in journeys it is badly designed for ease of recharging and general use. Everyone wants to take a Philips head with them on holiday, right? In addition to this, it only stays on for up to 60 minutes. So if you want continuous sound then I’m afraid this sound machine won’t meet that need either. Basically it’s crap and only fit for the skip (maybe that’s why the brand is skip hop?). Really disappointing.
Unless you genuinely have a child who doesn't sleep, I honestly don't care for your advice. You do not understand and it's not that we've not tried - EVERYTHING!
Anyway, on the advice of one of the sleep specialists we saw, she recommended a clock light thing. We couldn't get the one she recommended so went for this instead.
Has my daughter's sleep improved? Sure, at 18 months we now have a 1 hour nap and 7 hours straight at night (she's 95% height, 50% weight so growing fine) and Mr Cloud is a solid part of our routine. I can't guarantee this will work for you, however, if you're trying sleep training with a child, 'Mr Cloud' has been pretty helpful for us.