Neebo measures HR and SpO2 but unlike its competitors, Neebo is able to do this for active children. Neebo also has a considerable amount of additional features which you can find out about here. In addition to this Neebo can be used both indoors and outdoors - including in a moving car. Neebo charges wirelessly, has up to 5 days of battery life with one charge, is IP65 water and dustproof, and can be worn until your child’s wrist is the size of an average five year old. Please let us know if you have more questions.
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- What does the icon/status for vital signs on the main screen indicate?
- My child is one year old and Neebo is already on its last notch, is this a problem?
- How is Neebo different from its competitors?
- Why is Neebo placed on a baby's wrist?
- How should Neebo be placed on a child?
- How long can I keep Neebo on my baby?
- What is the difference between Daytime and Sleep modes?
- Which type of alerts does Neebo have?
- How Neebo determines the default reference range for vitals?
- Can you manually set a range for Heart Rate (HR) and Oxygen Saturation Levels (SpO2) alerts?