September is here and that means it’s time for Baby Safety Month. In order to celebrate, Tristar Inc. Products review some of the best high-tech inventions on the market that keep babies safe and healthy.
SmartThings Door and Window Sensors
Keeping your baby secure is a top priority. Never worry about intruders or anyone entering your baby’s room with door and window sensors from SmartThings. The main hub usually cost about $99 and each sensor then cost about $40. SmartThings offers a variety of sensors to fit your needs and that will allow you to monitor the windows and doors that access your baby’s room.
You should already have carbon monoxide and smoke detectors installed in your house, but Nest Protect offers an all-in-one detector that changes its alerts based on the situation. Its carbon monoxide detector is supposed to last for 10 years and is currently one of the most accurate of its kind on the market.
Smart Baby Monitor
Smart technology from companies like Nokia has made it possible for parents to take the next step when it comes to monitoring their baby. You can find baby monitors that hang over cribs and have cameras, allowing parents to see and hear their baby even when not in the same room.
Owlet Smart Sock
The Owlet Smart Sock is a wearable piece of technology that monitors a baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while they’re sleeping. This sock connects to your iPhone and allows parents to accurately keep up with the health of their baby.
Pacif-i is a smart pacifier intended for children ages three and under. It records a child’s temperature as they suck on the pacifier. It then sends the information to the parent’s smartphone via Bluetooth technology.
Mesh Window Guard
Metal bars on windows to keep kids from opening them can make your house look like a baby prison. These mesh window safety guards from Kidco will give you a safe window without ruining the décor of your home.
Whether you’re carrying your baby or a bag of groceries, bending down to open a baby gate with your hands can be a daunting task. But thanks to the hands-free gate, parents can now use their foot to open the gate that keeps their baby safe and secure.