Track heart rate and oxygen levels and sleep patterns using clinically-proven technology
18 hour battery life
3 Socks sizes 0-18 Months
Base Station displays wellness status at a glance; notifies with lights and sounds if heart rate or oxygen levels leave preset zones
Smart Sock communicates with Base Station via BlueTooth with 100 ft. range
Receive notifications and see real-time heart rate and oxygen levels in the Owlet app
Item Number (DPCI): 030-04-4870
The Owlet Smart Sock keeps you informed.
Using clinically-proven pulse oximetry the Smart Sock wrap comfortably around baby’s foot to track heart rate, oxygen levels and sleep patterns. The Smart Sock connects to a Base Station that glows green letting you know everything is okay, but uses lights, sounds and app notifications if heart rate or oxygen levels leave preset zones. Use the Owlet app to see live readings and review heart rate and oxygen trends, as well as past sleep sessions to gain a better understanding of your baby’s general wellness.
Each Smart Sock monitor unit includes 3 washable socks that comfortably wrap around baby's foot and connect to a base station up to 100 feet away using Bluetooth. Socks fit most infants from 0-18 months, or 6-25 lbs. Rest assured while your baby sleeps.
The Owlet Smart Sock is HSA/FSA approved, so you can use your HSA or FSA card to purchase.
Includes: 3 mint socks to grow with baby's foot, Smart Sock Sensor with rechargeable battery, Base Station, Charging Cords, Instruction Manual, Free IOS/Android Owlet App.
When my daughter was 7 months old, it alarmed telling me heart rate in low 200’s and oxygen low 80’s. I had noticed labored fast breathing earlier in the day. The owlet made taking her to the ER an easy decision when I saw those vital signs. She was diagnosed with viral bronchiolitis. Stayed in hospital overnight and they discharged us the next day. I kept the owlet on that night and felt she was getting worse. The vital signs on the owlet continued to show oxygen in the 80’s. I took her back to the ER. By this time she was breathing 70 times per minute with HR 200’s again. ER vitals correlated with the owlet vitals at home. Got put on high flow oxygen, needed deep suctioning, and stayed in hospital another 3 days. I felt the pediatricians at the hospital were incompetent for discharging her too quickly thus resulting in a less than 12 hour after discharge readmission to the hospital and the owlet proved me correct. I got the general feeling that our primary care pediatrician didn’t like the device but I’m so glad I had it. My daughter again got bacterial pneumonia with low oxygen levels noted on the owlet. Upon taking her to the ent doctor for ear tubes, I happened to mention the frequent out of normal season pulmonary infections to her and she did a bronchoscopy under general anesthesia and diagnosed congenital bronchomalacia which contributed to my daughter’s severe pulmonary infections. I found this out at 11 months. The owlet is amazing and I’m so glad I used it, because it gave me the info I needed to know to take my daughter to the ER months before doctors were able to tell me she had a congenital birth defect of her airway cartilage.
This has been a great comfort for us. Our child came home from the NICU with a breathing monitor after arriving 6 weeks early. When she got the monitor off, we were super nervous. The Smart Sock helped us feel more confident that she was still breathing. We had a few warnings go off (yellow), but never an actual false alarm (red). The in home alert system was very dependable, but the application over the internet was not reliable at all. Once our baby got fat feet, the sock fit was not adjustable enough to keep working, so we discontinued use at around 7 months old.
I love my smart sock 2! As an ER doctor, I have always had a great concern about SIDS. I received this as a gift from a coworker at my baby shower. I sleep better with this product ( along with safe sleep practices) knowing that this is monitoring by newborn. I highly recommend it to mothers.
We have been using the owlet sock on our baby from day 1. It is super easy to use and gives us peace of mind at night. Along with monitoring lung capacity and heart rate it also keeps track of their sleep patterns which is really nice to look back on. I would recommend it to any and all parents of newborns!
I don’t even have words for the owlet sock. I’m a first time mom. My son got a cold at about 2 months and I was so worried that he couldn’t breath well. Husband got me the owlet and at 13 months still using. Not only does it let me sleep peacefully but I can also track how long my son sleeps for. We added the owlet cam as well. I couldn’t be happier with both products. A little pricey for most people BUT totally worth it. I just want to say thank you to owlet , for the peace you’ve given. and their customer service is 100%!!!
Owlet is the best thing we bought for our new baby
5 out of 5 stars
simon92 - 23 days ago
originally posted on owletcare.com
I asked my wife the other day, "which of the items on our registry did you like the most overall?" And her answer was the diaper bag or bassinet or something of course :) I'm a computer science nerd and my overwhelming answer is definitely our Owlet Smart Sock. It's not just cool new technology though -- it's really an incredible tool for new parents. Peace of mind is priceless. I didn't think I was going to be one of "those" parents that would be constantly checking on their kid and making sure they're breathing -- but I am. You care about your child! Being able to put him down and go to sleep without waking up constantly checking if he's breathing or not has been what's made the transition to parenthood so sweet and so not-as-sleep-deprived as I thought! 100% recommended. (For future iterations, it would be nice if the base was portable or partially battery-powered. Our electricity went out and the Smart Sock is almost unusable at that point, but we did plug it into a battery pack and got it rolling!). Finally, we got the refurbished version and it has exceeded every expectation. It has felt like buying something brand-new in every single way. No issues whatsoever.
The first night we had a couple of lost connection alarms. The second night I was able to adjust the connection alarm so that it didn’t go off for 2 minutes. In that time, the sock was able to reconnect and not alarm. Last night was the first time that she was able to sleep without being held after our NICU stay for croup. I didn’t even worry about her sleeping because I knew the sock would alarm if needed. She had a four-hour and a three-hour stretch of sleep—and so did mom and dad! Love the peace of mind this sock brings for us and our baby.
First time mom here. The smart sock has allowed me to actually sleep. Before I got the smart sock I was constantly waking and checking on my son. He is such a light sleeper that when I would check on him he would wake.. which meant less sleep for the both of us. Now I can check his breathing just from my phone. Around 3 months he started only sleeping on his side. Another concern for me. I highly recommend the smart sock for any new baby! The only thing I wish I would have done differently is order an extra set of socks. Cleaning is easy! But sometimes the dry time takes a bit and I wouldn’t be able to put it on him that night at bedtime.