Owlet is intended to provide peace of mind. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure, or prevent any disease or condition.
With Owlet it’s EASY and SIMPLE to monitor your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep. Being the parent of a newborn is almost a superhuman task. Take some of the pressure off of yourself by enlisting an extra pair of eyes to watch over your baby while they sleep.
WHAT YOU GET • Smart Sock Kit (sizes one through three) • Sock Electronics • Base Station and corresponding charging cords • Exclusive access to the Owlet app
Get to Know Pulse Oximetry
The Owlet empowers you with the same technology hospitals use, pulse oximetry. There’s a reason hospitals use pulse oximetry in place of other monitoring options. It’s safe, proven, and accurate.
So why not bring the safety of pulse oximetry home from the hospital with your baby? You might recognize pulse oximetry as the clip they put on your finger at the hospital. A small light shines through your skin and the amount of blood flow and oxygen levels are estimated based on how much light is transmitted to the sensor. We combined this technology with a cuddly Smart Sock to give you an extra set of eyes on your baby while they’re asleep.
Why do you get an alert when someone “likes” your status but not when your baby stops breathing? It’s time for a change.
Glancing at a traditional monitor doesn’t give you the whole story of your baby’s well being. The Owlet is designed to alert you if your baby stops breathing. This isn’t just accessory, it’s a necessity.
It’s not just a necessity for your baby, it’s a necessity for you as a parent because parents need sleep too. You can’t bring your “A-game” to parenting if you’re sleep deprived. Let us be up all night, so you don’t have to be.
Small, Smart, Connected
Our wireless Smart Sock fits snug on your baby’s foot and monitors their heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep.
Owlet is designed to sound an alert if your child’s heart rate dips too low, rises too high, or if their oxygen level drops below a preset threshold. This alert strategy was determined by a team of pulse oximetry specialists, pediatricians, neonatologists and pulmonologists. Owlet is not a medical device. If your child has an irregular heart rate or irregular oxygen levels, you should not use Owlet as your primary monitoring system.
If your phone dies, don’t worry. The Base Station acts independent of Wi-Fi and is your primary alert system, your phone is just a convenience.