- A wearable baby monitor that easily clips onto your baby's diaper.
- This monitor monitors your baby's breathing movement and will attempt to gently rouse your baby after 15-seconds of no breathing movement.
- It will alarm after 20-seconds of no breathing movement allowing you to act quickly.
- Heading out? Simply pop the monitor into your bag - no cords, wires, or complicated sensor pads.
- No need to hover over your sleeping baby at night. Enable the tick mode to "hear" your baby's breathing movements at night.
The Snuza is the best thing I have bought for my daughter! The only thing I regret is that I didn't have it from day one. I waited and bought it after three days of not sleeping because I was watching her breathe all night. I bought another more expensive monitor and still couldn't sleep because there was no way to test it to see if it was actually working. With the snuza, you can test it every single time before you put it on your baby by simply setting it on a flat service and waiting on the alarm to go off. That gave me the most peace of mind. You also don't have to worry about it connecting to a base or WiFi in order for it to work. I have slept great each night knowing the snuza works which has made me a happier during the day and able to enjoy each little moment with my baby!
We managed to survive the first night/day out of the hospital. we lost our 5 months old son last summer so you can imagine our anxiety level. we needed something portable without base station or wires so everywhere the baby goes this snuza monitor goes. It may look a bit too big in the picture - our new baby weighs 8lb 11oz, 21 inch. and he is 5 days old in this picture.
This item has given me peace of mind and allows me to sleep soundly at night. I’m a paranoid first time mom.My son at a very young age decided that he preferred to sleep on his stomach. He could roll onto his belly but not back to his back. Also, when he sleeps through the night, I don’t. I’m constantly checking to make sure he’s alive. LOL The SNUZA has changed that.It is easy to get false alarms, because the monitor can easily come loose especially if your baby is an active sleeper. (I don’t mind the occasional false alarm, because I know the monitor works. The first false alarm is intense though). We minimized false alarms by using an elastic band. We cut the band off of a pair of his pants and we clip the monitor to that. My little guy is big enough now that he can pull the monitor off, but for the most part, he leaves it alone.The first alarm is very low. I have never been able to hear it over the monitor, but the second alarm is loud enough to wake you up. The alarm doesn’t wake my baby up for some reason. LOLWe chose this over an Owlet because:1) There isn’t any extra pieces (base, plugs, wires, etc). This is one piece. It’s portable and takes a battery. If the power goes out or if I don’t have access to electricity, this monitor will still work.2) No WiFi or Bluetooth signals.3) This alarm will notify you after 15 seconds if there isn’t any movement from your baby. The other brand monitor will notify you when oxygen levels get to an extreme low, which is when it’s already too late. At 15 seconds, I can artificially provide oxygen to my baby via CPR if necessary without allowing oxygen levels to become that low.4) I read about babies getting skin burns from the other brand.We bought this item through , but it appeared used, so we returned it and bought one from an actual retail store.
We originally tried the much more expensive sock-based competitor (Owl*t), which was absolutely terrible; ridden w/ false alarms and much too complicated for our preference. That got returned, and we tried this instead. The Snuza Hero SE works wonderfully, and is extremely simple. No apps, no connection issues, no repeated false alarms... just pure functionality. I'd recommend this to any parent.
This caught my baby not breathing in her sleep 3 times. It literally saved her life. I would recommend this to ANYONE!!