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How about a smart alarm clock for your child?

How about a smart alarm clock for your child

Did you know you can now get smart alarm clocks for kids? Much more than a traditional alarm clock, these high-tech devices can help your child get a better night’s sleep… and make family life much easier. Read on to find out more!

Your child will now know when to sleep and when to get up

Up until the age of around 6 or 7, children find it hard to tell the time on their own… and so they don’t know whether they should stay in bed or not. Smart alarm clocks for kids use easily recognisable icons to help youngsters have a better idea of what time it is. As a result, they find it easier to get into a good sleep routine.

An alarm clock that analyses your child’s night

Do you know when your child is sleeping well and not so well? A smart alarm clock helps you track and analyse your child’s sleep patterns. For example, Urban Hello’s REMI gives you a detailed analysis via a dedicated app. The device is capable of detecting when your child wakes up during the night and recording noise levels in the bedroom, for example. This makes it easier to identify and tackle any sleep problems. So you’ll know why your child is suddenly tired, or, on the contrary, full of beans!

A multi-function appliance

Smart alarm clocks incorporate a number of features. These include a baby monitor or walkie-talkie option, so you can hear your child at all times, and they can hear you. You can personalise these appliances to your heart’s content, with various light intensity options available, for instance. Finally, smart alarm clocks often come equipped with an MP3 player so kids can enjoy listening to their favourite stories, nursery rhymes and songs!

Give your child a sleep companion, like REMI. This fun, well-designed device will help your little get into a good sleep routine. As a result, they will have a restorative night’s sleep and be full of energy during the day!

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