Price: $139.98
(as of Aug 09,2022 20:22:14 UTC – Details)


Product Description

The 2022 NORA Smart Sock!

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This is NORA Smart Sock 2022 Model.

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NORA works day and night, indoors and outdoor, definitely on road trips! You would find it very useful in strollers and vehicles, especially if you travel alone with the infant.NORA connects to your smartphone (iOS or Android) directly over Bluetooth. No internet is needed. The Bluetooth range is 30 feet or1 drywall in between. The ‘Diaper Mode’ has a shorter range than the ‘Sock Mode’ because the sensor is more enclosed by the body.

The Most Comprehensive Caring for Newborns

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

NORA smart sock, baby monitor, owlet

Heart Rate (mainly for sleep tracking and training)

The NORA sensor reads the heart rate continuously even when baby is wiggling. It takes about 2 min to get an initial reading. Heart rate reading is for sleep tracking, training and general wellness purposes. Heart rate slows down (in healthy range) when baby starts to fall into sleep. Reading the heart rate helps the parents to know how shallow or deep the baby is sleeping, which is helpful for sleep tracking and training. For example, parents can put the baby down into crib if its heart rate starts to slow down (in healthy range), which is a good practice of sleep training. An example of general wellness is NORA can detect elevated heart rate (in healthy range) in feeding. Heart rate out-of-zone notification function is being removed to prevent miscommunication and abuse.

Feeling Temperature

The NORA sensor measures the foot temperature, which is always lower than the body’s core temperature. It’s an essential indicator that the baby is feeling too warm or chills, so you know to put on more cloth or less. It’s extremely useful when the baby is traveling with you or you live in a seasonal area.

Sleep Position

Newborn infants should always sleep on their backs. NORA sensor estimates the baby’s sleep position and sends you on-stomach alerts when the baby rolls over on its stomach or someone holds the baby in arms intentionally. The sleep position alert can override smartphone settings like the do-not-disturb. You can turn off this alert after the baby has mastered roll over skills. To trigger ‘on-stomach’ alert, it requires the baby was in deep sleep and suddenly was on-stomach. It’s not that every time the sensor is flipped it will alert. This is for minimizing the false alarms.

Sleep Tracking

The sleep quality gives you an overlook of the baby’s sleeping history and patterns. You can easily check how many hours your baby slept. A baby’s sleep pattern evolves every day as it grows. It becomes very useful when you start sleep training on your baby from about 3-month-old. When baby is in deep sleep, sleep position alert will be enabled automatically.

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Easy to Use, Always Available.

NORA gives you flexible control of the alarms. Alarms are produced from your smartphone. The volume is controlled by the phone. Each alert has an independent switch, so it fits in your scenario perfectly. For example, you may consider turning off the ‘Sleeping Position’ alert at about 6-month-old if your baby has mastered the roll-over skill. Ask pediatricians for safe sleep practices. NORA App can produce smart ‘Critical Alert’ on your phone for the sleeping position. The alert is a smart one to avoid false alarms. For example, it requires baby is in deep sleep and suddenly baby is on-stomach. It’s not that every time the sensor is flipped it will alert. ‘Critical Alert’ can override your iOS or Android settings and produce an alarming sound even when your phone was put in the Do-Not-Disturb mode intentionally. The ‘Critical Alerts’ can be turned off in settings.NORA is removing the heart rate out-of-zone alert function to prevent miscommunication and abuse. NORA sensor tracks and displays heart rate for sleep training, sleep tracking and other general wellness purposes. For example, parents can put the baby down into crib if its heart rate starts to slow down (in healthy range), which is a good practice of sleep training. An example of general wellness is NORA can detect elevated heart rate (in healthy range) in feeding.All alerts are smart ones to avoid false alarms. For example, to trigger ‘on-stomach’ alert, it requires the baby was in deep sleep and suddenly was on-stomach. It’s not that every time the sensor is flipped it will alert.

NORA Smart Sock, Baby Monitor, Owlet

NORA Smart Sock, Baby Monitor, Owlet

NORA Smart Sock, Baby Monitor, Owlet

NORA Smart Sock, Baby Monitor, Owlet

NORA Smart Sock, Baby Monitor, Owlet

NORA Smart Sock, Baby Monitor, Owlet

Ultra Soft and Cooling Fabrics.

The sock uses a special type of fabric called ‘Hollow Cotton’. The material is made of two layers of cotton with a 1mm air cushion gap in between. It provides ultra-soft feelings yet has a nice cooling effect. The patented wave-like edge design leaves minimal pressing marks. Each sock is cut out by laser.

30h Battery Life Rechargeable.

Charge 10 min and use 10 hours. Charge 30 min in full and use 30 hours. A USB Type-C recharging cable is included in the box. Use any USB wall adapter to charge. The charging indicator turns from flashing red, to flashing yellow, to flashing green and finally solid green. Do NOT use a computer port to charge.

3 Sizes Included.

In the box, NORA provides 1 sensor and 3 fabric socks. The sensor attaches to the fabric socks by Velcro. The small sock is for newborn to 3-month-old. The medium is for up to 6-month-old. The large is for up to 12 or 18-month-old. Replacement socks are available.

Switch to ‘Diaper Mode’ is Necessary Since Around 6-Month-Old

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Sock Mode (NB – 6M) VS Diaper Mode (6M – 3Y)

NORA supports both ‘Sock Mode’ and ‘Diaper Mode’, which make it flexible and make your life easier. In the ‘Diaper Mode’, you attach the self-sticking sensor to the front inner side of diapers. It works with all diapers of major manufacturers. From 6-month-old, the baby starts to grab and pull the sock. And the baby starts to learn standing on feet later. That’s the reason of this product supports the very necessary ‘Diaper Mode’.NORA is for Newborns to 3-Years-Old. The ‘Sock Mode’ supports from newborns to 18-month-old (3 sizes of sock), while the ‘Diaper Mode’ supports from 6-month-old to 3-years-old.The ‘Diaper Mode’ allows you to attach the self-sticking sensor to the front inner side of diapers. The Velcro on the sensor sticks to all diapers of major manufacturers. The ‘Diaper Mode’ is very necessary because babies above 6-month-old become very curious about surroundings including the sock on their feet and they start to learn standing. They grab, pull, and strip the sock. In contrast, a sensor hidden in the diaper draws little attention, especially after putting on clothes, so you can use the sensor up to 3-years-old. The ‘Sock Mode’ supports from birth to 18-month-old using three sock sizes, while It’s recommended for birth to 6-month-old because many babies are able to start grabbing and pulling the sensor on their feet beyond that age. The ‘Sock Mode’ is good at catching the heart rate and it’s more sensitive to ambient temperature change besides it has a longer Bluetooth range, so it’s recommended for newborns. ‘Diaper Mode’ has a shorter Bluetooth range (20ft) than the ‘Sock Mode’ range (30ft) because the sensor is more enclosed by the body. When the baby is hugged by adults in the ‘Diaper Mode’, the sensor is sandwiched by bodies, and the Bluetooth range decreases to about 20ft.

NORA’s Specifications

Battery Life 30 hours. Recharging Port USB Type-C Wireless Connectivity Bluetooth Low Energy 4.2, iOS and Android Compatible Data Storage Rolling 24 hours of encrypted history data stored locally on your smartphone. No cloud or network is required. Heart Rate Heart rate reading and displaying is for sleep tracking, sleep training and general wellness purposes. Heart rate slows down when baby starts to fall into sleep. Reading the heart rate helps the parents to know how shallow or deep the baby is sleeping, which is helpful for sleep tracking and training. For example, parents can put the baby down into crib if its heart rate starts to slow down (in healthy range). Another example is elevated heart rate in feeding. No alert function on heart rate. Feeling Temperature 0.1 degree F. The normal range of the temperature on foot is defined as 86 to 98 degrees F. Range not adjustable. Notifications Notifications on iOS include ‘Uncomfortably warm foot temperature’ and ‘Uncomfortably chill foot temperature’. Have individual enables. Smart Alerts All alerts are smart ones to avoid false alarms. For example, to trigger ‘on-stomach’ alert, it requires the baby was in deep sleep and suddenly was on-stomach. Authorized by Apple Inc., critical alerts on iOS would ignore the settings like do-not-disturb. Android users need to allow to override manually in settings. Critical Alert includes ‘Position on-stomach’. The alert is a smart one. It requires the baby is in sleep to avoid false alarms. Fabric Socks 3 sizes included for up to 18M. The fabric socks are hand-washable. Contact NORA support to get FREE fabric sock replacement if the originals got dirty, worn out or broken. Replacement socks are also available on Amazon. Heart Rate Availability Heart rate can be read out in 2min since putting on the sensor. It’s continuous reading since then, even if the baby is wriggling. Out-of-zone alert function on heart rate is being removed. Birth to 3-Years-Old The ‘Sock Mode’ supports from newborns up to 18-month-old, while the ‘Diaper Mode’ supports from 6-month-old up to 3-years-old. Open Box Instructions Step 1. Charge the sensor with a USB wall adapter. Do NOT charge the sensor with computer. Step 2. Download and open App “NORA Sock”. Step 3. Pair the sensor in the App. Step 4. Keep charging the sensor until it shows a solid green. iOS APP Install Search App “NORA Sock” on the iOS App Store. Or visit NORA.CARE official website, and click on “Download on the App Store”. Android APP Install Visit NORA.CARE official website, scroll down, click on “Download from Google Play”.

Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8.23 x 7.64 x 1.34 inches; 9.14 Ounces
Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-baby
Batteries ‏ : ‎ 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Date First Available ‏ : ‎ June 23, 2021
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Nora Care LLC
ASIN ‏ : ‎ B098FHGKY7

Supports both ‘Sock Mode’ and ‘Diaper Mode’. ‘Sock Mode’ is recommended for NB to 18M, while the ‘Diaper Mode’ is recommended for 6M to 3Y. From 6M, the baby starts to grab and pull the sock, that’s why ‘Diaper Mode’ becomes necessary to keep the sensor hidden and allow the baby to learn roll-over, pushing-feet, sitting, standing and walking.
Heart rate reading and displaying is for sleep tracking, sleep training and general wellness purposes. Heart rate slows down when baby starts to fall into sleep. Reading the heart rate helps the parents to know how shallow or deep the baby is sleeping. For example, parents can put the baby down into crib if its heart rate starts to slow down (in healthy range). There is NO alert or notification function on heart rate to avoid misuse.