Fisher-Price Sproutling

Fisher-Price Sproutling
41

Engadget Review

Sproutling isn’t really a baby monitor. It’s a solid sound machine paired with a terrible sleep tracker and buggy app. Almost nothing works as it’s supposed to and there are countless questionable design decisions. And beware if your child has sensitive skin -- the wearable will not sit well with them. Even if it weren’t so deeply flawed, the $250 asking price would be absurd for something that can’t replace a traditional baby monitor.

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Fisher-Price’s wearable baby monitor is an unreliable rash machine
The only thing it reliably did was cause eczema breakouts.
Terrence O'Brien
Terrence O'BrienApril 10, 2018

Pros

  • Excellent selection of sounds and songs

Cons

  • Notifications are unreliable and confusing
  • Urgent roll-over alerts indistinguishable from other messages
  • May irritate sensitive skin
  • Basic “baby monitor” features are missing
Fisher-Price

Sproutling

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Key Specs

TYPE
Wearable / clip-on
TRACKING METRICS
Sleep
MEDIA PLAYBACK CONTROLS
Yes

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