Baby Glgl gives milk-tracking smarts to your baby bottle
I'm Bridget Carey with CNet here at CES 2015 with a smart baby bottle.
Well, really, it's a holder for any baby bottle to make that bottle smart.
It's from a company called Slow Control and what it does is, once you pop a bottle in, it's able to send.
How much liquid you're giving your baby, it's kinda measuring the weight of the liquid.
And it knows if you're feeding the baby air or if actual liquid is going through.
This little light that comes on.
It's red when you are not holding it right and perhaps air is getting in.
But it'll turn green if you have it set right.
It also sends that data to an app.
So you can see exactly how often you're feeding and how much you're feeding your baby.
You don't have to recharge it.
It just takes typical triple A batteries.
This is a prototype.
They're trying to shop it around to see if they can get it in a couple stores.
And working with a couple different bottle manufacturers.
But they expect it to be about a hundred dollars if it comes out later this year, maybe in June.
Christina, I'm Bridgett Carey with your first look at the Smart Baby Bottle Sensor from Slow Control.
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