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The product enables customers to track their baby’s breathing motion in real-time, without putting electronic devices on the baby or in the crib.
Previewing this week at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nanit’s Sleeping Bag offers a new way for parents to track their baby’s breathing motion during nap time.
The most recent addition to the baby tech manufacturer’s innovative Breathing Wear collection (accompanied by the already popular Nanit Swaddle and Breathing Band technologies), Nanit’s new Sleeping Bag (a cozy infant sleep sack) features the line’s distinctive pattern, designed with shapes, colors and ink engineered to be read by the Nanit Plus nursery camera and track breathing in real-time via Bluetooth technology, without putting electronic devices on the baby or in the crib. Available in three sizes for ages 3-24 months, the Sleeping Bag is 100 percent cotton and machine washable.
“The Sleeping Bag is a product we’ve received overwhelming interest in,” says Sarah Dorsett, CEO of Nanit. “Nanit is thrilled to bring to market a new way for parents to feel peace of mind when putting their baby into the crib every night.”
Since Breathing Wear’s launch in June 2019, the Sleeping Bag has become the number one product requested by Nanit customers. Available to select retailers and at Nanit.com starting January 31, the Sleeping Bag is available now for preorder in a cozy Pebble Grey color and retails at $34.99. More colors will be added soon, including midnight blue, powder blue, blush pink and lilac purple.