Having a baby can be immensely confusing when you step into the realms of what you might need buy for baby but for me the only wise words I can give are:
- Be realistic over your families needs
- Most expensive doesn’t mean the best
- Practical and user-friendly is the only way
With user-friendly in mind I have had the pleasure of reviewing several products over the last year from Summer Infant and have been equally as thrilled with each and every one of them, from the Summer Infant Baby Glow Video Monitor, Pop N’ Jump and Pop N’ Play so I am sure that todays competition is going to a great one!
The Summer Infant Babble Band Baby Monitor is the first wearable baby monitor offering a unique hands-free user experience meaning you can get on with life and still be close to baby!
The Babble Band is ideal for nap times and early evenings when you need to get things done around the house and don’t want the hassle of lugging around a normal monitor, or putting it down and wondering where it went!
The Babble Band has an easy to attach adjustable strap that offers a really easy recharge by putting placing it on the base station so it can utilise the inductive charging feature to charge up the band for 8 hours continuous use.
It offers features 3 monitoring modes: (1) audio mode: to hear baby in the nursery, (2) vibration mode: to ‘feel’ baby when there is sound in the nursery, but audio is turned off and (3) sound-level light mode: sound activated LED lights provide a visual cue when there is noise in the nursery and audio is turned off so it works in every situation to keep you close to hand and yet give you back some freedom too!
For your chance to win one of these uniquely brilliant monitors that currently retail at £49.99 its super easy, follow the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and remember the more tasks you carry out the more chances you have of winning!
So what are you waiting for …. Good Luck!
Please note: This giveaway if open to UK residents only full terms and conditions are located on the Rafflecopter widget)
Disclaimer: I have not been compensated in any way for this collaboration.