- Vibrations help the baby to fall asleep - perfect for bedtime, naptime, or to calm a fussy baby.
- The power button only turns on when held for 3-seconds to prevent unintentional activation.
- Two vibration speeds and a gradual 30-minute timer shut-off help baby stay asleep.
- Battery operated and cord-free, providing 24+ hours of soothing vibrations.
sometimes a little vibration is all he needs :) wish I would have know about this with my first son!
This is great! I can take it anywhere. Although I wish the vibration didn't shut off automatically- my daughter wakes up as soon as it turns off.
We have a 2 1/2 year old boy with sensory processing disorder. It was taking him anywhere from 1 to 2 1/2 hours.(sometimes even more) to calm down enough to fall asleep for naps & nighttime. He wasn't cryin or unhappy, just talking & kicking walls, etc. That's evn with a weighted blanket and melatonin (for night). Not knowing what else to do, I decided to try this. I ca not even begin to tell you what a difference it made for him!!! He's asleep before the automatic shut off at half an hour & hardly budges an inch between being laying down & falling asleep. So soothing for him! Life saver.
I use these when I have RLS really bad. HahaI put them in my bed under my legs.I haven’t tried them on the grandkids yet.
This thing is a game changer. Have had it for a few months and it works fine. It doesn’t have an option for strength of vibration, but it stays on for quite some time. It doesn’t bother my little one when it shuts off, but I would have bothered my son when he was an infant. Great for under the crib if you’ve transitioned from a bassinet with vibration. It is a little bulky though and gives a noticeable slant to the mattress, but nothing that will make the baby roll. I recommend it if you’re in search of vibration for an infant bed