REMI is a Cute Smart Sleep Tracker for Kids

Advanced technologies have been packed under the cute appearance, which provides a dedicated way to track your kid’s sleep patterns and enhance his/her sleep quality. Like the feature? Let’s go on for REMI smart sleep tracker.

REMI Smart Sleep Tracker for Kids

The REMI is an innovative and advanced sleep tracker dedicatedly designed for babies and kids. The smart sleep tracker measures 140 x 110 x 65mm, weights 0.55 pounds, and as we can see from the images, the smart tracker shows off a portable, minimalistic design along with a refined matte finish and four vivid color options, and customizable anthropomorphic facial expressions allow your kid to interact with the cute tracker.

REMI Smart Sleep Tracker for Kids

Using built-in Bluetooth technology, the REMI wirelessly communicates with your smartphone, so you can use your handset to set the bedtime and naptime routine via alerts, lighting, music and more. And the sleep monitor tracks the sound of your child when he/she is sleeping in order to create your child’s sleep patterns and let you know whether you need to improve his/her sleep quality.

Furthermore, REMI works as a night light to provide soft illumination, meanwhile, built-in speaker plays your child’s favorite music, your own song or some of REMI’s sounds. Using the light and sound, REMI is capable to help them fall in sleep quickly, and it can wake them up at right time.

REMI Smart Sleep Tracker for Kids

Moreover, the smart sleep tracker also acts as a baby monitor that allows you to listen to your baby or talk to your child. And it triples as a Bluetooth speaker to stream your child’s favorite music.

The REMI has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $54 to preorder the smart sleep tracker for kids. It will be shipped in March next year.

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