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Making sure your baby is safe is the number one concern of new parents — especially when they’re sleeping in their crib. Now there’s a way to monitor your baby’s oxygen level and heart rate — the best indication of a baby’s health — while they sleep.

Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer Jordan Monroe explains the inspiration behind Owlet, the first and smartest baby monitor of its kind.

If your baby’s readings leave “safe” zones, you’ll receive a notification that lets you know your baby needs you. Owlet’s smart sock device uses established pulse-oximetry technology proven to be both safe and accurate.

With Owlet, parents can feel confident knowing that Owlet is here to help keep your baby safe.

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