Sikker Wristbands For Safety

Sikker Wristbands For Safety

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Sarah Rae Smith
Mar 19, 2010

If you could lull your baby to sleep, take their temperature, listen in on what they're up to — all with the help from a little bracelet, would you go for it? The Sikker (Danish for safety) does just that and looks pretty great while doing it. Want to find out more?

The Sikker wristbands work in tandem with the base station to send basic biometric data about the baby's condition. We like the idea that it can play mp3 choices that are soothing, but not so soothing that it doesn't allow them to go into a deep sleep. Although it's only a concept in the works (sorry to get your hopes up), we think it's a future product that has a good chance of making the jump to a real world retail market.

Sure there's nothing wrong with leaving some music on and actually going into your baby's room to check on them while napping, but for parents with more than one child running around the home, or even in a daycare environment, we can see this set up being helpful.

It's the work of Jessica Mendoza & Henoc Monte and we're curious to follow its production and release down the line.

Besides clean your kitchen for you, is there anything else you'd like the bracelet to do for you?

(Image: Yanko Designs)

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