Graco Prenatal Heart Listener
Released January, 2008
The Pros:Easy to use. Easy to use.
The Cons:Picks up a lot of outside noise, but so does any magnifying device you use for sound. just be sure and use it in a quite area.
The Graco Prenatal Heart Listener is a listening and recording device to catch the little sounds of an unborn baby. It allows the parents to hear and record the unborn baby's heartbeats, hiccups and kicks and e-mail them to family and friends.
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It comes with only one headset so only one person can listen at a time. Easiest to use in the third trimester, the baby's heartbeat sounds 140-170 times a minute, similiar to the sound of a galloping horse, the hiccups sound like 2 rapid drumbeats and the kicks are soft thuds. Not a useful device for women early in the pregnancy, the Graco Prenatal Heart Listener one way to record the very first memories.
- Heartbeat: 140-170 times a minute
- Hiccups: 2 rapid drumbeats
- Kicks: soft thuds
- 1 headset
- Use in third trimester
User Reviews (2)
picks up a lot of outside noise, but so does any magnifying device you use for sound. just be sure and use it in a quite area.
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