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.
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Thanks for using the Owlet Baby Care app! To provide you with the best experience, we provide app updates regularly. In addition to general bug fixes and performance improvements, this update includes:
• Updated sock sizing guidance
• Resolves an issue saving gender on baby profile
As new features become available, we'll highlight them within the app.
Ratings and Reviews
Easily the best monitor for peace of mind.
We’ve purchased 4 monitors over the course of our 3 kids, and I always do a ton of research before buying (especially something this pricey). It’s been amazing so far! Put it on day one with baby sleeping, and it woke us up to her choking on spit up. Similar thing happened to our first son, where he was choking so quietly that even though my wife was awake, it took her a while to realize what was happening. One of our nurses with this delivery told us a similar story about another family, and she said it happens much more often in the first few days than people think, especially with c-sections. Luckily everything turned out fine both times, but the peace of mind the monitor brings cannot be understated. Side note, haven’t had a false alarm yet, which is my biggest complaint about our other monitor that detects movement... nothing better than being woken up in a panic, rushing in and finding baby is just all the way in the corner, and the monitor isn’t sensitive enough to pick up the movement. Many many hours of sleep needlessly lost. If I could make a suggestion, it would be great if a sound feature could be installed in the base station. You could use the app and your phone as a receiver to know when baby woke up...That way I wouldn’t have to have 2 monitors in the room. To fully monitor the baby. This is great for what it does, but it won’t let you know baby is awake.
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Our second daughter was moderately premature at 34 weeks. She required a week in NICU with underdeveloped lungs and we ordered the owlet before she came home. The reassurance that the owlet gave us cannot be understated. As 2 nurses we both probably overthink things and were both made comfortable by that amazing green glow of the base station and the numbers the app provides. She came down with RSV at 4 months and it was even more comforting then. Watching her numbers normalize during breathing treatments even when her breathing was bad was great. She now has aged out of the owlet and we are confident with her without it because of the 18 months of reassurance the owlet gave us. We did have issues with charging port and went through a couple of sensors but the customer service team was seriously as good as any I’ve ever dealt with. They understood this was our baby and took it as seriously as we did. The shipping on replacement parts was fast and they did it without question or hesitation. Our third daughter was premature without issue and has been wearing the owlet 2 every night. Again I cannot understate the comfort and reassurance the owlet provides. I make a recommendation for every future parent or grandparent I come across to get their baby the owlet. It’s not cheap, but besides a car seat there is no other purchase that can provide the safety that we all want for our babies. Thank you owlet.
Our little one had a rougher start coming into this word and had to be in nicu for breathing and oxygen levels. A family member researched this and sent us a link thinking it might help us monitor when he got released. So we purchased it before he was released. While in nicu I noticed the machine taking the oxygen saturation level would give false readings especially if he was moving were it was attached to him. The first thing I noticed with owlet was that it doesn’t give those false readings because while our little one is moving it won’t take a reading....meaning as long as it’s on correctly I haven’t had any false alarms. I’ve also tested the accuracy of the reading and they have been dead on . Now the only complaint I have in the three weeks is the distance to the base... It’s still not far enough to cover a house with out relocating the base consistently when out of range....maybe a dual base system could fix this issue. Also a more portable option like when on the go....maybe just direct Bluetooth to one device. If those situations were addressed then this device would just be 100% perfect. Just FYI, even after paying $300 for the device...if you want to view all the data that’s collected and not just view live status then you have to pay monthly/yearly for a second app. Monthly isn’t to bad but still stinks that you have to pay for your own child’s data after paying $300 for the device and base.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.