A baby’s sound, movement, breathing and room temperature can all be measured by the new Intouch baby reassurance monitor. The product, launched by Johnson & Johnson, has been designed by Lyons Associates for its client Kindertec. The baby unit features a liquid crystal temperature strip built into its aerial and a night light. The monitor also includes a parent unit (pictured), and a sensor pad which fits between the cot base and mattress to detect any changes in the baby’s breathing. It is currently going on shelf at Boots stores.
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