No. Neebo has been created to give you peace of mind and alert you if there is a problem with your child based on collected data. However, any technology and especially technology that is as complex as Neebo might have some flaws. Neebo is not intended as a substitute for adult supervision, your child’s safety remains the responsibility of the caregiver.
Articles in this section
- What type of waves and frequency does Neebo use?
- Is Neebo comfortable for infants?
- Can a baby take Neebo off?
- What should I do if Neebo alerts me?
- My child is premature/has a medical condition. Will Neebo work for them?
- How far away should my child be from Neebo’s charging station?
- Is Neebo a medical device?
- What certification does Neebo have?
- Does Neebo emit harmful waves?
- What happens if babies chew Neebo or put it in their mouth?