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SNUZA technology offers a new generation baby-care aid that allows you to be sure that all is well with your baby. The ingenious little SNUZA Halo monitors your baby's breathing so accurately that, within seconds, you would be alerted if there were any irregularity. This is wonderful news for parents. It means you have peace of mind knowing that you need never give a second thought to breathing irregularity.

Email: info@snuza.com
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R895

- Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and ergonomically designed to fit comfortably on your baby’s nappy, the Snuza Halo is a vital sign monitoring device incorporating leading edge sensing technology.

- If your baby were to stop breathing for 15 seconds, Snuza Halo will issue a stimulus to gently reassert your baby’s natural breathing rhythm. If, after 5 more seconds breathing has not resumed, the device will sound an alarm to alert you to act.

- Snuza Halo is the result of more than a decade of research and development in bio-feedback systems.

- Snuza offers unsurpassed technology in the world of baby monitoring, is easy to operate and comfortable to wear. It has been developed in response to an increasing call from parents and Paediatricians alike.

- Snuza Halo is a world first in that it uniquely combines finely-tuned precision monitoring with mobility and ergonomics. The Snuza Halo gets the nod from Doctors, TAMBA (Twins and Multiples Birth Association) and various other organisations.

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