Whisbear® The Humming Bear has been designed to help babies settle and fall asleep by recreating soothing sound the baby remembers from the womb. It is possible thanks to the technologically advanced device, featuring CRYsensor function, that emits a gentle, hairdryer-like sound.
How does it work?
After initial 40 minutes of shushing, when the baby is fast asleep, the sound gently fades away and the device switches to a standby mode. During standby mode the device is continuously analysing the surrounding sounds and as soon as it recognises baby’s cry it switches on automatically for additional 20 minutes.
The CRYsensor function can also be switch on omitting the initial 40 minutes of shushing. Soft Start function gently switches the device on and the volume is gradually adjusted to the level you have switched it off the previous time Whisbear has been used. The volume can be also manually adjusted to suit your baby’s needs.
It is more than just a sleep aid!
To encourage sensory and fine motor development we used some rustling elements in the ears and paws along with contrasting colours and different textures of fabrics. As we advise not to put anything into your baby’s cot for the first year of their life – magnets hidden in the paws will help to attach Whisbear® to the side of the cot or a Moses basket but also to a car seat, pram handle or a changing bag.
Whisbear® is suitable from birth. It is made from the highest quality attested fabrics and stuffed with hypoallergenic filling.
Our Whisbears® may differ slightly as they
are all handmade.
The 3 AAA batteries required to operate the device are not included in your purchase.
For longer lasting operation, we highly recommend good quality alkaline batteries for whisbears with CRY sensor as our bears are working hard even on standby mode.
Whisbear® dimensions ca.: 31×13,5 cm
Device dimensions: 7×2,3 cm
Packaging dimensions: width. 16,5 cm; height . 33,5 cm; depth 16,5 cm
Whisbird works the same way however please be aware that does NOT have CRYSensor. More information about whisbird here.