SNUZA HEROSE ALARMS WHEN NO BREATHING MOVEMENT IS DETECTED
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Snuza Pico tracks your baby's breathing movements while they sleep giving you peace of mind
Clip on. Switch on. Connect. It's that simple.
Baby Breathing Movement Monitors
Monitor your baby's breathing movement while they sleep with our award-winning baby monitors
Know when your baby stops breathing!
The world's first portable monitor clinically proven to detect infant apnoea.
*Available in EU and South Africa
WHAT OUR MOMS ARE SAYING
The unit has functioned perfectly from the first time it was switched on, and we’ve had none of those sleepless nights that one normally associates with the worry of breathing movement irregularities.
The alarm went off this morning around 5 am to let me know that my daughter had not taken a breath in 20+ seconds, I was able to wake her and she started breathing again. This could have ended tragically without the Snuza.
The Snuza has been a real blessing to us especially in the first few weeks when sleep is most precious but as new parents you cannot help keep peering into the baby’s cot to ensure they are ok. The Snuza solved this for us. Top marks in our opinion.”
"When my daughter was three and a half weeks old, she managed to wriggle down into her swaddle so it was covering her nose and mouth and my husband and I were sleeping nearby and thank goodness the Snuza woke us up and we were able to jump out of bed and pick her right up and she took a breath. It absolutely saved her life, and we are so grateful for that."- Melissa
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It’s impossible to build everything into every single device. It would make them unmanageably large, not to mention prohibitively expensive. When we design a new device, we try to think about what would be useful for the parent and comfortable for the baby. We try to figure out what can be sacrificed to make it […]
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