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Waking a peacefully sleeping baby to check their temperature is one of parenting’s biggest bugbears, but now there’s a smart way to continually measure your baby’s body temperature, without even stepping foot in the nursery.

Introducing the clever, new kid on the block, the CuboAi Smart Temp, from the talented team that created one of the world’s smartest baby monitors.

It solves one of the trickiest parenting problems – checking a baby’s body temperature quickly and accurately. There’s no need to wake your slumbering tot, because this device does it all for you – monitoring and relaying information to your smartphone in real time.

CuboAi Smart Temp

The CuboAi Smart Temp also provides peace-of-mind when trying to strike that perfect balance of just the right sleep temperature for babies.

And if your little one is sick, there’s no second-guessing – the CuboAi Smart Temp continually monitors your baby’s body temperature, and lets you know if their temperature falls outside an ideal range.

How does the CuboAi Smart Temp work?

CuboAi Smart Temp

When paired with the CuboAi Plus Smart Baby Monitor, CuboAi Smart Temp’s medical-grade thermal sensor measure’s baby body temperature, giving you real-time alerts if baby’s body temp goes below or above a pre-set ideal range.

It’s as simple as applying the Smart Temp Tape (which is designed for sensitive skin) to the device and sticking it under your baby’s armpit. The sensors then constantly detect baby’s body temperature and transmit the data to your mobile phone. It’s super lightweight and tiny, so your baby won’t even know it’s there. And it only emits 1/160,000 of the electromagnetic waves produced by a mobile phone.

What’s to love about the CuboAi Smart Temp?

CuboAi Smart Temp

  • It offers peace-of-mind for parents, because it continually reads baby’s body temperature while they’re asleep.
  • Real-time alerts means you’ll know immediately if baby’s body temperature falls below or goes above the ideal range.
  • Seamlessly integrates with the CuboAi Plus baby monitor and phone app, as an additional tool for a safer and more peaceful sleep every night.
  • Super quick and easy to use.

The CuboAi Smart Temp is available as an add-on to existing CuboAi products for $129, or as part of the CuboAi Smart Health Bundle which includes the CuboAi Plus Baby Monitor, Sleep Sensor Pad and Smart Temp for $829.00.

Here’s a little more about the great-value bundle:

The CuboAi Plus Baby Monitor is an award-winning smart monitor that not only monitors your bub’s sleep, but lets you know if the baby’s face is covered, rolls over, cries or even coughs.

The Sleep Sensor Pad combines breathing motion technology and AI, using four motion sensors to detect breathing motions and pick up all of those little baby movements.

And of course, the new Smart Temp keeps a virtual eye on your baby’s body temperature, and lets you know via alerts if the temp gets too high, or low.

CuboAi Smart Temp

This incredible, new device is part of CuboAi’s commitment to sleep safety and helping ease those parenting pain points that give us sleepless nights!

Mouths of Mums is proudly working with CuboAi to bring you this article. CuboAi believes in empowering parents with smarter technology to keep babies safe and put parents’ minds at ease.

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  • We have a similar thing we got when my son was a baby (5 years ago) made by Neurofen, and it’s been amazing. It synched to my phone and alerted me if his temp got too high. This was great when he was sick as I could get some sleep while he was sleeping knowing that I would be alerted if anything was wrong. I’m assuming this is a newer version of essentially a similar thing, and it;s a brilliant idea

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  • This looks like a clever little device. It is a bit on the pricey side, but for some parents this would be worth it for peace of mind.

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  • This seems like such a clever little gadget. I wonder how accurate it would be? Not cheap but would be definitely helpful for those parents that need that reassurance the baby is ok

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  • Love the idea, just not that affordable!

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  • What a clever idea, having a newborn in summer this would have been so handya

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  • Medical advances these days

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  • Im not sure if that would be for me.

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  • It seems like a good idea but not for me thanks just dont like the thought of it being electronic so no thank you.

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  • It is marvellous what technology can do these days. Thanks for the post.

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  • Whilst technology is advancing, I belive parents need to take into account how much information they actually need. For some parents, it can be reassuring especially when bubs are sick. But this is not a tool to be used 24×7. For other parents, extra information can increase anxiety, e.g. watching the temperature of sick bub continuously whilst waiting for panadol/nurofen to kick in. It should be used carefully and for the right reasons.

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  • Awesome idea. As are the ones you just point at the baby/child, they’re not disturbed by that one either and might be a cheaper option

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  • Technology has come a long way hasnt it! But these devices freak me out a little too. Like the sock device that was causing burns to babies if it wasn’t moved often enough.

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  • How good is technology these days. Wow

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  • This is so cool

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  • Sounds great but far too expensive

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  • What an amazing device!

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  • I Love the not waking the baby concept! What a great little invention.

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  • We’ve clearly come a long way. I’m torn. It’s an electronic device and another reason to be on your phone. We just bought a handheld thermometer that you just hold near the forehead. Works just fine.

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  • I don’t like the idea of an electronic, I’m assuming blue tooth enabled device attached for an infant. There’s enough concern with adults wearing watches, earphones etc. now we are talking about exposing an even smaller body…


    • I can imagine this could be a safety hazard too !

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  • Wow that’s incredible!

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