Babysense 7 Breathing Monitor

  • $129.99
  • $99.99

Description

Babysense 7 is equipped with an under the mattress Non-Contact, Non-Wifi, hassle free Breathing Sensor. As the #1 rated Breathing Monitor and the brand of choice in top hospital systems and over 1 million homes, Babysense is proven to provide maximum monitoring accuracy. The 2-plate design ensures full bed coverage and close monitoring of your baby’s micro-movements (breathing, sleep movements) through the mattress, ensuring a low risk of false alarms.

Features:
✓ Hidden Connecting wires, eliminating the risk of entanglement
✓ Radiation Free – no EMF Transmissions
✓ Unparalleled stability & safety - The monitor is interference free and has Hack Proof Technology
✓ No matter where your baby’s favorite spot is on the mattress, they will be monitored – full bed coverage with two supplied sensor pads 

Inside the box:
Control Unit,
 2x Sensor Pads,
 Control Unit Holder,
 Hanging Hook,
 User Manual

Comparison Table

Features
Babysense
Owlet
Nanit
Price
$129.99
$299.99
$379.99
Monitor Type
Non-Contact under the mattress
Wearable
Wearable and Camera Based
Power Source
6 Month Battery Life
Charging Required
Power Cord Required
Radiation Emissions
No
Yes
Yes
Hack Free
Yes
No
No
Medically Certified in Japan & EU Countries
Yes
No
No
Requires Wearable Accessories
No
Yes
Yes
Direct Contact with the baby
No
Yes
Yes
Hassle-Free
Yes
No
No
Interferes with Internet Bandwidth
No
Yes
Yes
Easily Portable
Yes
Yes
No
Used in hospitals internationally
Yes
No
No
Safe, Proven, Trusted Technology

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Frequently Asked Questions

Babysense is supplied with two sensor pads. When using for infant not yet able to crawl, use one sensor pad. When baby starts moving around in the crib, add the second supplied sensor pad.

Babysense will work with most standard baby mattresses. The only exclusion is a memory foam and hollow mattres types.

It is recommended to use the Babysense 7 Breathing Movement Monitor from birth and until 1-year of age

Perform Daily Performance Test as indicated in the user guide.Taking the baby out of bed and waiting for the alarm to sound is not the correct procedure and is not an indication of the monitor's performance.