"Yves Béhar designed a smart baby bed"
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Yves Béhar designed a smart baby bed
Would you pay nearly $1,200 for a baby bed?
Well, maybe not, but that's how much this one costs.
The Happiest Baby Snoo is developed by two famous people.
First the influential tech developed [UNKNOWN] and second the famous doctor Harvey Carp who developed the five S's for soothing children.
New benefits from both, from Bayhar it gets this great design, this really fascinating Naturalistic look that is really heavy duty but it also has really good principles backing it up from Doctor Karp like swaddles that hold the baby in place so they don't flip on their belly and a white noise machine that emits different frequency of noise depending on whether the child needs to be soothed to sleep or needs to be soothed while they are crying.
It also rocks at different rates and in different directions.
And all round, it's a really cool device.
The problem is the price tag of $1,150 is just kind of absurd for a lot of parents.
The reason it cost too much is because of the years of research that went into it.
But the developers also think it's worth it for parents so they think of it more as a service.
Something that the parents pay maybe $6 or $7 per day for the first six months of their child's life.
Whether you buy that or not Is up to you, and honestly I'm kind of skeptical.
I'm looking forward to testing it out, but for now it definitely looks like a really interesting device.
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