Wellness notifications if heart rate or oxygen levels fall out of preset range
Ability to stream video from wherever you are via Owlet App on your smartphone
Secure, encrypted WiFi.
Streams video over secure, encrypted Wi-Fi directly to your smartphone
Sleep history and patterns displayed in Owlet app
Dimensions (Overall): 11.3 inches (H) x 3.3 inches (W) x 7.9 inches (D)
Weight: 3.3 pounds
Alert Type: No Alert
Alerts For: No alert
Product color name: Black
Power Source: Electric
Care & Cleaning: Care instructions not provided
Warranty: 90 day limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 030-04-1092
The Owlet Smart Sock + Cam Bundle is the smart way to watch your baby.
The Owlet Smart Sock + Cam is the first system ever to track your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while streaming live video and audio to your phone. Together, the Smart Sock + Cam give parents a complete understanding of baby’s wellness and their sleep environment.
The Smart Sock Stay helps parents stay informed of their baby’s needs with proactive heart rate and oxygen level notifications. The Owlet Cam gives users a 130-degree view of baby’s crib and room. Parents can view live readings using the Owlet app, and use the information to understand their baby’s overall wellness.
Includes: 3 mint socks to grow with baby's foot, Smart Sock Sensor with rechargeable battery, Base Station, Charging Cords, Instruction Manual, Owlet Cam and Magnetic Base, USB Power Cable with Temperature Sensor, Power Adapter, Wall Mounting Kit with Cable Guards, and Free IOS/Android Owlet App.O
I have been using this product for nearly six month. The camera frequently disconnects and needs to be power cycled each time I open the app. Troubleshooting and email support seems unhelpful with this issue as it has been reoccurring. Great concept frustrating to open the app for the cam to not work and then go through the process of unplugging the camera, force closing the App, and checking wifi connections. For the price there seem to be other options on the market that might be worth a try. Seemed like a good concept when I purchased it and worked well initially not worth the hassle for the price. Sock seems to work well and I do like the history feature that was added recently.
Software is extremely buggy - their developers do not know how to correctly set up video connections from a home network, so the video stream only works intermittently and constantly disconnects. The sock-based monitoring (separate from the video issues) has also been down all weekend due to issues with their app and servers.
I bought this when my baby was 2 days old. I didn’t sleep the first few nights home because I was so worried. So I ordered the sock only and selected 2 day shipping. I now recommend this to all the pregnant mommas I know simply because you can not put a price tag on peace of mind. We’ve had 2 red alarms since using the sock. The first was for a high heart rate (244) and the second was for low O2 sat (78). I personally didn’t read up about the alarms so I had no clue what the red alarm sound was at first, so I would recommend reading up on those. We notified our pediatrician with both alarms and he wasn’t concerned due to our baby’s clinical presentation, so it is possible that these were false alarms but I’d rather play it safe. I give the sock 4 stars instead of 5 for 2 reasons. 1) when we travel out of town I take the sock with us, and sometimes it doesn’t want to connect to the WiFi at our new location, I have to try to keep reconnecting. 2) the yellow alarm goes off way too often. Yellow is not picking up on the readings, so I keep a sock over my baby’s “owlet sock” to hold it snug, but even then it still doesn’t pick up at times. I think there could be some modifications to make this a 5 star product but with it still being fairly new on the market I imagine that will come with time. Overall I love the sock and I appreciate the peace of mind that comes with it.
I purchased the Owlet sock & camera after finding out I could use my HSA. Many friends recommended the sock but I couldn’t find anyone that had used the camera. I was hesitant to buy it after some of the reviews I had seen so wanted to write one for others to have info. Camera: -Great picture quality and awesome zoom feature. Can see when baby is moving and can tell if his eyes are open -Camera sound goes in and out in the app at all hours of the night. Luckily our nursery is next door to our room so I can hear him cry regardless but if it were further I would be really upset -If you exit app for any reason the video will not load. You have to fully close the app and reopen to see the video. -If camera disconnects from WiFi it’s super difficult to repair. I wish owlet would have better instructions on how to do this. You pretty much have to set it up as if it’s a new device. Sock: -Love that it provides heart rate & oxygen -Cool that it tracks sleep pattern for the night -App will sometimes not pick up heart rate & oxygen info even though the sock appears still connected to base. so if something were to happen I guess base would notify me and not the app -Wish the sock came with separate charger not connected to the base. The base is in our bedroom so that’s where we have to charge the sock. However we get the baby ready for bed in his room so we have to remember to go into the other room and grab the sock before we swaddle. This is minor but a pain because we will have him all swaddled up and then remember the sock in the other room. I ended up buying another charger so I can charge it in the nursery. -Hate how we get yellow (sock displaced) and blue (sock disconnected) notification sounds in the app. There’s no way to turn off these notifications when app is open. Only able to turn off the base. Therefore since the app is always open to view the camera, every time we hold or rock the baby the dang yellow or blue alert sound goes off and wake up my spouse. Only way around this is to shut down the app when it’s time to pick up the baby and then restart it when I lay him back down.