Owlet Smart Sock Plus

Owlet Smart Sock Plus
86

Engadget Review

With the Smart Sock Plus, Owlet has answered a call from existing customers to expand the life-span of their popular wearable baby monitor to children up to 55 pounds or 5 years old. While the company continues to make refinements to both the algorithm and sock that make the device function and fit better, there isn’t a huge difference here from the third-gen version. The $359 package is a high price for new customers, but Owlet owners will likely be happy to pay $69 for the expansion pack.

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Owlet Smart Sock Plus review: An update for the fans
New algorithms and bigger footwear extend the lifespan of the wearable baby monitor.
Amber Bouman
Amber BoumanOctober 07, 2021

Pros

  • Fewer false alerts
  • Better fit on sock
  • Device and algorithm have a much longer shelf life

Cons

  • More expensive than last version
  • Still difficult to keep on kids
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