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Owlet Smart Sock 2

Owlet Smart Sock 2 Questions & Answers

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6 questions from our users

Mary

Maryasked

What age or size of baby is this sick suitable for?

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Owlet
Team O.Owlet

Mary. The Smart Sock is suitable from birth to 18 months old, or 25lbs. Owlet Team.


June2014

June2014asked

Does the Owlett sock still work if you bed share or does Mum’s movement interfere with it?

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Owlet
Team O.Owlet

June2014, thanks for asking the question.

The SS2 will track your babies heart rate and oxygen levels while the baby's foot is still. Technically, that enables the pulse oximeter to operate accurately. So you could, if you choose to do so, be next to your baby and the SS2 will work but we need to highlight - and ask you to consider - the Safe Sleep Guidelines recommended to all parents:-

https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/kidsfamilies/MCFhealth/Publications/safe-sleeping-for-your-baby.pdf

Kind regards, Owlet Team.


JacsB

JacsBasked

Will the sock work under a swaddle? My baby sleeps naked but swaddled every night

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Owlet
Team O.Owlet

JacsB, yes it will. The Smart Sock has to go on a bare foot, but you can put another piece of clothing over the foot thereafter. Don’t hesitate to give us a call on 03 9588 0999 - or chat with us via our website - if you have any other questions. Happy Easter, Team Owlet.


Rachel

Rachelasked

Very interested in this product, but am wondering if anyone has experienced issues with Bluetooth dropping out? Not talking about range in regards to where you have the base in relation to the sock, but it says the data is transmitted through Bluetooth which alarms the base if anything is wrong and I am interested in knowing who reliable that Bluetooth connection is.

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Owlet
Team O.Owlet

Rachel,
It’s very difficult to answer your question actually because the reliability of the connection depends on the structure of the walls and floors between the baby’s room and where you intend to place the base station. We have very few dropouts but having said that, keep in mind that alerts are also provided on your phone if you download the free app, so you can always place the base station close to your baby so long as you keep your phone close. We’d also highlight our 45 day money back guarantee. If you find the Smart Sock is just not working for you, you can return it.

Hope this helps.

Owlet Team


Izzy M.

Izzy M.asked

Hi, I’m wondering if the anyone else worries about the baby being exposed to Bluetooth/WiFi radiation or if we know what the longterm exposure effects are?
Also someone mentioned to me that the oet Alarms you when Ehe the oxygen levels reach a certain low level that might be too low to interfere?
Why would you recommend it over a breathing mat?

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Owlet
Team O.Owlet

Izzy M,

That’s a good question. The Owlet Smart Sock uses Bluetooth Low Energy technology to communicate from the sock to the base station parent unit. Bluetooth LE uses very little energy and has been deemed safe by standards in the USA as well as Australia, but you could research the subject yourself too, make sure you’re OK with it. Ultimately, any monitor you use is going to use some kind of broadcast technology.

The biggest difference between our product and breathing mats is that we are not trying to measure the abdomen movement of your baby; our own-designed pulse oximeter is physically taking a read of your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels every 2 seconds. Our Smart Sock will only notify you when one or both of these metrics are outside of the pre set zones. We believe you will receive far fewer false notifications and not be troubled by a ceiling fan for example by using our Sock. Our product is also very portable in comparison.

The product has been on sale in the US for around three years now and the zones for heart rate and oxygen levels have been set after consultations with medical professionals. We believe that if your baby is in distress, our Smart Sock will notify you.

Owlet Team


Anna

Annaasked

Hi, I’m super interested in the Owlet baby monitor, but am just wondering about the range of the sock/base station. In our house baby will be in a room down the hall a little.... the base station can be in that room, and will be close by the sleeping baby. So I was thinking I’d be relying on getting the alert on my phone (which sits by my bedside), is there a maximum distance my phone can be from sock/base station? Can anyone see any issue with the proximity of everything?

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Owlet
Team O.Owlet

Anna, typically people keep the base station not in the nursery but closer to themselves, in the bedroom, lounge, kitchen etc. Once the base station is paired with the sock you can move it around your home (with the USB power cord). Having said that, you can choose to leave it in the baby's room if you wish, just keep your phone with you. The range between the sock and the base station is 30 metres, but that drops depending on what your walls are made of etc. The range between your phone and the base station is as good as your Wi-Fi / data signal. We do offer a 45 day money back guarantee - it doesn't happen very often, but if you find for some reason it's just not working in your home, you can return it to us for a refund. Hope this helps, but do feel free to go onto our support page and perhaps use the chat service.

https://owletcare.com.au/pages/contact


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