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The Owlet Smart Sock 2 baby monitor uses clinically-proven technology to track your infant's heart rate and oxygen levels. Using Bluetooth, the Smart Sock sends this information to the base station which is designed to notify you with lights and sounds if something appears to be wrong. Using Owlet's app, you can view real-time wellness data and receive direct notifications on your phone.

The Owlet Smart Sock App requires the purchase of the Owlet Smart Sock. To purchase an Owlet Smart Sock, please visit owletcare.com.

What to Expect - "Best Baby Monitor of 2017"
MedTrade - "Best in Show" and "Innovation" awards of 2017
The Bump - "Best Wearable Baby Monitor of 2018"
CES Baby Tech - "Best Baby Monitor of 2017"
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Press Mentions: ABC News, Fox News, CNN, Wall Street Journal, The Bump, Cafe Mom, Today Show, TechCrunch, Mashable, CNet

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What's New

Version 2.2.0

Owlet iOS 2.2.0 includes:

- Miscellaneous crash and bug fixes
- Last valid readings now appear blurred behind wiggling feet (please know that movement does impact reading quality)
- Updates to battery power icons and education

We are constantly working to improve your experience. If your favorite feature or a bug that you are experiencing is not on this list, we'd like to hear about it. Send any feedback to ios@owletcare.com

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

$299 for peace of mind? Done


We used one of those movement sensor baby monitors for our first baby. It worked great, but had about 40-50 false alarms over the course of 6 months. You get so panicked when you're startled awake to a "my baby is dying" alarm. Started hearing phantom alarm sounds after a while!

This thing gives a lot less false alarms and alerts you well before your baby stops moving (the other one wouldn't alert you until after 20 seconds of no movement, which could be more than 20 seconds of 0% oxygen; whereas this alerts you when oxygen drops below 80% -- much faster). We learned that if we velcro the sock before putting it on, then slide it on his foot, we can get a perfect fit every time; and also putting a normal sock over the Owlet sock helps keep it all in place. Haven't had a false alarm since :)

My only complaint: the base station needs to be within 20 feet of the baby's crib for it to work. Our baby sleeps on the other side of the house, so we keep the base station in his room, and had to buy a separate sound monitor and place it in there so we can hear if the siren goes off. The problem with that is that we would like to be able to hear the siren but not the baby crying. Sometimes he cries just to be held and we'd rather just let him soothe himself and get some sleep ourselves. Could you guys come up with some sort of solution that doesn't involve putting the baby in our room?

Special need parent

mom of a rare boy

My son is 8 months old and has a rare chromosome deletion. He has a very long list of issues and abnormalities going on with him. Before he was born, I thought owlet was a waste of money. We were sent home on an apnea monitor from our long nicu stay. It didn’t false alarm but alarmed a lot because he was having that many episodes. Those began to follow with bradycardias. They put him on different machines over the last few months and sent us how with O2 monitors that are a joke. They quit reading for every sleeping got wiggle and are never correct. We broke down and got the owlet even though we really couldn’t afford it. I can sleep now. It give current correct readings, it has caught his Brady episodes, I am able to track and keep record of everything for his doctors, and I can even right in notes for the times that random things happen. If you’re a parent with a child that has any special issues, GET IT. This is our lifeline. My only wish is they can find a way to make them bigger with bigger socks so I can have it for when my son becomes a toddler. No extra cord for him to tangle in, accurate, and so much more than a piece of mind as I sit here at 2:30am listening to his oxygen machine and vent steadily pumping and making sure he’s breathing.



This has been the BIGGEST life saver I could ever imagine! My life started 9 months ago. My daughter was born at the end of May and my mother had ordered this for us but due to the holiday we had to spend the first three nights awake. It’s scary when the hospital sends you home with a little human and NO MANUALS, MONITORS OR TRAINING! Lol. So we stayed awake in shifts and watched our Princess sleep and breathe. Then the shallow breaths when she was actually breathing just fine but your mind was loopy due to lack of sleep, then you start to panic and think something is wrong. Once we got Owlet, it was like a HUGE deep breath. I mean its so soft on her little feet and she doesn’t even know its there. To be able to look on her dresser and see the faint green glow knowing she’s ok then when we’re not in the room to be able to pull it up on the app 🙌!! The only issue I’ve had with this product is its had a lot of internet breakdowns or maintenance issues that keeps the app from working and makes one of us sleep in the recliner in her room so we can see and hear if something goes wrong! But i would pay double the price knowing now how amazing this product is!!!!


Owlet Baby Care Inc.
69.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Ukrainian
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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