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The Owlet Monitor Duo/Smart Sock 3 + Cam 2 - Mint seamlessly pairs Smart Sock 3 with Cam 2 for a complete picture of Baby’s well-being with the ability to track heart rate, oxygen level, and sleep trends while streaming HD video all in one place.
Monitor what matters most by tracking Baby’s heart rate, oxygen level, and sleep trends, and be notified when readings fall outside Baby’s preset zones. Sound, motion, and now cry detection let parents know what happened before Baby started to cry. Watching video clips of sounds or movement before baby cries also helps parents understand their cues and why they are uncomfortable, rather than waiting until baby cries to try and figure out what they need.
The NEW Monitor Duo seamlessly pairs Smart Sock 3 with Cam 2 so you can get the peace of mind that comes from monitoring Baby’s well-being. Stream secure HD video from anywhere, track heart rate and oxygen level, and view Baby’s sleep trends in the Owlet App.
By using proven pulse oximetry technology, the Smart Sock tracks indicators of Baby’s well-being, such as heart rate, oxygen level, and sleep trends.
View Baby’s readings anytime in the free Owlet App. Receive notifications & video clips when sound, motion, or crying is detected in your baby’s room. Get prompts to the Base Station and your phone if Baby’s readings leave the preset zones. Additionally, live temperature & humidity tracking, 4x zoom, and 130-degree wide-angle view give parents a clear picture of Baby’s comfort and sleep environment.
Now featuring cry notifications, so you can learn subtle cues that Baby shows before they start to cry and know exactly why they’re crying.
Live temperature & humidity tracking, 4x zoom, and 130-degree angle give parents a clear picture of Baby’s comfort and sleep environment.
Gain additional visibility around why Baby is upset with the ability to watch and save video clips from the Cam 2. Watching video clips of sounds or movement before baby cries helps parents understand their cues and why they are uncomfortable.