All parents know it: it's not easy to help kids adopt a good rhythm of sleep. They often find it difficult to fall asleep early in the evening, to wake up early in the morning on weekdays and tend to reverse these rhythms on weekends! Result: sleep deficiencies for children ... but also, necessarily, for parents.
In la France, the startup UrbanHello responds to this problem thanks to REMI, the first baby monitor made for help children sleep better. With its inspired look of the famous emojis, REMI will help children who do not know how to read the time to finally adopt regular sleep routines.
For babies, REMI is a baby monitor equipped with an audio speaker that will allow parents to communicate with them remotely and of play lullabies with their favorite songs. For children a little bigger, REMI plays the role of an interactive night light whose face helps children regulate their sleep. And it's very simple: if REMI's eyes are closedis it's time to sleep or it's not yet Time to get up. If his eyes are open, it's because the child can stand up.
REMI is therefore the perfect little room companion that will accompany the child of his birth at his 10 years thanks to its different relevant and connected features. Note thata dedicated application is also available on smarpthone and tablet that will allow to control some features of REMI and set rising and sleeping scenarios different depending on the days of the week ... and the weekend.
This smart baby monitor, which will help your child sleep better (and by analogy allow you to make greasy mornings) is available in 4 colors for 89 euros sure Amazon (-10% with CREAREMI code). To find out more, visit the official website of UrbanHello.
Imagined by: UrbanHello