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The Snuza Hero SE is a wearable baby monitor that measures your baby's breathing. But it has some extra tricks up its sleeve.

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Out of the box, Snuza takes under a minute to set up. You clip it onto your child's diaper or pants, letting the contact sensor rest on his or her belly.

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Snuza isn't connected to an app, so it doesn't do the same level of data gathering as some competitors.

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But unlike other devices, Snuza won't just set off an alarm if your baby stops breathing. It will also attempt to rouse the child with vibration -- a helpful feature since asphyxiation often occurs in young children when natural arousal mechanisms fail.

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The Snuza Hero SE is available online for $120. Check out the full review for whether we think it's worth it.

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