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The Snoo is an innovative new product that encourages your baby to sleep through the night and helps ease some of the frustrations of being a new parent. The first six months of an infants life can be very hard for both the parent and the child. Many infants have difficulty sleeping for extended periods of time. Furthermore, almost all parents report cases of sleep deprivation during the early months of the babies life. Snoo aims to alleviate these problems with a technology-driven bassinet.
The device comes equipped with a speaker that plays different types of white noise depending on your babies current needs. It starts by playing a gentle rain-like sound while the child is drifting to sleep. If the infant starts crying in the middle of the night the speaker will shift frequencies, emulating a noise that is similar to what the baby experienced in the womb.
One of the main features of the device is the adjustable rocking motor. The included motor is attached to the mattress and will sway gently back and forth encouraging your baby to sleep soundly. The motor can be set to run for a time period of eight minutes or for the entirety of the night. Many different parents have posted videos demonstrating this feature. In most cases, the child falls asleep within moments of activating the Snoo.
Three different microphones are mounted inside of the bassinet. These microphones monitor your babies sleep. If your child starts crying in the middle of the night, the device will adjust its programming to encourage your baby to fall back asleep.
The Snoo can be activated via a button on the front of the bassinet. For those who prefer more control, the included smartphone application allows parents to manually control the different features available.
Infants will cry for a variety of different reasons. If the Snoo detects your child is crying, the device will run through four programs of varying intensity. If your child is still crying by the time the fourth program has finished running, the Snoo will alert you via the smartphone app, allowing you to attend to whatever your baby might need.
Snoo's protective swaddle keeps your baby warm and snug while it sleeps. The general scientific consensus is that a baby is safest when resting on its back. The Snoo swaddle encourages the baby to sleep in a proper position, allowing the parents to be worry free throughout the night.
The world can be a stressful place for a newborn infant. The Snoo tries to make the first few months of a babies life easier by replicating the environment they had in the womb. Built-in speakers play soothing white noise while the bassinet creates a swaying motion akin to a parent rocking their child to sleep.
The included Snoo Sack is quick and easy to use. The creators of the product have fittingly dubbed their swaddle the "Five Second Swaddle". Simply place your child in the swaddle and zip it up.
The Swaddle has safety straps on both sides. Attach the straps to the corresponding hooks on the bassinet to ensure that your child is safely secured.
The front of the device has an on-switch, press the button and the bassinet will begin working immediately. A variety of different settings can be changed via the provided smartphone application.
The Snoo has received massive critical acclaim from tech outlets and consumers alike. It currently holds high ratings on third party retail outlets and was named 2017's winner of the "Baby Safety" award at CES.
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What about Shaken Baby Syndrome? Has it been tested regarding that? Parents, do not be fooled how would you like your head being shaken back and fourth?
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