I love the holidays. I love watching people unwrap their gifts. Christmas is a great time of year to help out expectant parents. Many parents to be would much rather have something useful that can help them ensure the safety of their children. I’ve joined a group of other bloggers to bring you the Merry Snuza giveaway. This giveaway ends 11/30/12 will have two winners, each receiving a Snuza go! Here are the details.
Whether you’re a first-time parent or welcoming your third one, the safety and well-being of your little ones is always a priority on your parenthood list. Truth be told, we rely on any kind of product or item to help us through the journey and make our job a little easier. And perhaps a giveaway could give you a hand with your baby needs. S.O.S. Mom along with the very generous sponsor Snuza are spoiling two families with a mobile baby movement monitor… to make those nights a little easier on you!
Snuza is a worldwide renown company that offers parents products that provide greater peace of mind when their little angels are fast asleep. The Snuza range is a tool to ensure that if movement is not detected or your baby specifically cries out for help, that parents know about it promptly and can take action. The value of Snuza monitors in today’s mobile world is significant as it is an ‘out-and-about’ monitor, unrestricted by the conditions imposed by other monitoring products. The innovative Snuza range offers unsurpassed technology in the world of baby monitoring in that it uniquely combines finely-tuned precision monitoring with mobility and ergonomics. Their line of products include the Snuza Video, Snuza Hero and Snuza Trio and finally, the Snuza go!
The wonderful people at Snuza have decided to offer a Snuza go! to two lucky readers! Can it get more fabulous than that!? The Snuza go!Mobile Baby Movement Monitor is a portable movement monitor that senses tummy movement. Because Snuza go clips over the waistband of baby’s diaper, it doesn’t matter where they sleep. Perfect for at home, when travelling or when visiting friends and family. The Snuza go has an audible alarm that can be set to alarm after 15, 18 or 20 seconds from last movement sensed. The go! is a great monitor that gives you the flexibility to choose when you want to be alerted to any potential problems. You can be assured that Snuza go is safe. Your Snuza is made with hypo-allergenic, medical grade plastics; and importantly, does not send or receive radio frequency signals. Comes with replaceable battery and comprehensive 1 year warranty. Its features include:
- Slips over the waistband of the diaper, where tummy movement is best sensed;
- Ergonomically designed to fit comfortably on babys diaper;
- Placement next to babys abdomen means more accurate detection;
- Battery operated (no cords, wires, or potential for baby to become tangled or hurt);
- Portability means it offers protection for baby everywhere they sleep;
- Smallest, lightest monitor on market (weighs only 1 ounce and fits in your palm).
In order to ensure that winners will get their prize on time for the Christmas holidays, “A Very Merry Snuza Christmas” giveaway will be open until November 30th inclusively. Residents of Canada and United States are eligible to enter. To get your chance to win, you must fill out entries in the Rafflecopter form hereafter.
Good luck to everyone and wishing you very merry holidays!
A special and very huge thank you to co-hosts Baby Costcutters and Life with Two Boys.
Mom Knows It All is not responsible for shipment of prize, nor did I accept any form of compensation for promoting this event.
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