Peace of Mind at the Press of a Button
Superior Sensor: Placed next to baby's abdomen, detects even the
slightest irregularity in breathing
What's more important to you:
Knowing when your baby is crying?
- Knowing when your baby is not moving?
Yes, it is good to know when your baby is awake, moving & wants
your attention, but isn't it even more important to know when they
are completely still?
This is where Snuza can help. Snuza monitors your baby's movements.
If there is no movement sensed for 15 seconds, Snuza will gently
vibrate to stimulate your baby.
If no further movement is sensed within 5 seconds, an alarm will
alert you to act.
Snuza - Simple, Portable, Peace of Mind.
Snuza Halo detects even the slightest movement and will alert you
if your baby's movements are very weak or fall to less than 8
movements per minute.
If no movement at all is detected for a period of 15 seconds, Halo
will vibrate gently. Often this vibration is enough to rouse the
baby, and Halo will revert to monitoring mode.
After three vibration/rouse incidents, the Rouse Warning will alert
you to the fact that your baby's movements have stopped for 15
seconds on three occasions.
If no further movement is detected for another 5 seconds, an alarm
will sound to alert you.
- Small - fits onto baby's diaper
- Vibration stimulation after 15 seconds
- Rouse Warning
- Audible alarm after 20 seconds
- Movement-rate Indicator to warn about weak or infrequent movement
- Snuza safely and conveniently monitors your baby's every movement.
- Clip the Snuza onto the waistband of your baby's diaper and switch
- The flexible sensor detects your baby's tummy movement.
- A built-in vibrating stimulator on the Halo model gently rouses
baby 15 seconds after movement stops.
- If there is still no movement after 20 seconds, an alarm will sound
to alert you to take immediate action.
- Snuza can be used in conjunction with a baby sound or video monitor
so that it can be heard in another room.
- Snuza monitors are particularly useful for co-sleeping twins and
multiples, where an under-mattress monitor is not effective.
- Snuza is the only type of movement monitor that can be used if baby
is sleeping in your bed.
- SNUZA™ Halo baby movement monitor
- Instruction manual
Made in South Africa
Please Note:This item has been built to U.S. electronics specifications and may
need additional modifications or converters to be used in countries
other than the U.S. and Canada.
Snuza Baby Movement Monitors are baby-care aids, not medical
devices. They are intended for use under safe operating conditions
and must be used responsibly and in accordance with the detailed
instructions provided in Snuza Instruction Manuals.
If you are concerned about your baby's sleep patterns, or the risk
of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (due to cessation of movement),
please speak with your child's doctor.
To reduce the risk of this type of tragedy, experts recommend that
- Do not smoke during pregnancy (fathers too!)
- Avoid exposing baby to second-hand smoke (do not let anyone smoke
in the same room as baby)
- Place baby on his/her back to sleep
- Use a firm mattress, covered by a sheet
- Baby should be lightly clothed and not overheated
- Consider a dummy at naptime and bedtime
- Keep soft objects including soft toys and loose bedding out of the
- Don't sleep with baby in bed with you. It is a good idea to keep
the cot in the room where you are sleeping
- Avoid having baby spend excessive amounts of time in car seats and
baby bouncers, which can apply pressure to the back of the head
- If your baby is unwell, seek medical advice promptly
- Keep baby's head uncovered - place your baby with feet to the foot
of the cot, to prevent wriggling down under the covers
- We recommend that all parents take an Infant First Aid Course that
includes instruction on CPR and Rescue Breathing.