Prenatal Music Kit Influences The Bun In Your Oven

Prenatal Music Kit Influences The Bun In Your Oven

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 22, 2010

Scientists have found that babies exposed to music in-utero have displayed advanced intelligence, coordination, and learning abilities. Your days of holding a set of studio cans to belly are over as this new belly belt lets your little one listen to anything you are. How early is too early for Lady GaGa?

The prenatal music kit is comprised of a comfortable and lightweight band that has 4 speakers attached to it. After hooking up your MP3 player to the controller, you set the level at which sounds best to you, then it adjusts the inner speakers so it's at a safe and comfortable level for your little one. No more worrying if it's too loud, plus a fully charged battery will give you 5 hours of rockin' tunes.

You can find this crazy get up for $99.99 over at Think Geek.

(Images: Think Geek)

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