Why Babysense Breathing Movement Monitor?

Peace of Mind

Babysense monitors were designed knowing that even Super-Moms need to sleep well. No caregiver can watch over their infant at all times. Babysense are unique safety monitoring systems that increase a caregiver’s sense of comfort and provide them with peace of mind knowing their infant is being constantly monitored.

Safe, Proven, Trusted Technology

At Babysense, your child’s safety is our number one priority. Babysense movement monitoring technology was developed and patented in Israel in 1991 and is the most experienced monitor of its kind. This pioneering technology is still used in hospitals and homes throughout the world. No other versions of this technology have proven themselves to be as safe, reliable or trusted as Babysense. Babysense movement monitor does not transmit or receive any electromagnetic waves or radio frequencies so you can rest assured your baby is safe.  The portable, battery operated design of Babysense monitors eliminates the risks of entanglement by cords or power connections associated with other movement monitors on the market today.

Portability, Versatility, Ease of Use

Babysense movement monitors are versatile, portable and can be taken anywhere without restriction as they run on batteries and do not require a mains connection/plug-in. There are two types of movement monitors available at Babysense:

Babysense 7 is under-the-mattress Breathing Movement Monitor. It is super easy to set-up and use. Hack-free and interference-free monitor.


In addition to Baby Movement Monitors, it is always recommended to use Video Baby Monitors. This optimal combination will ensure you see & hear your baby day and night knowing your baby is safe and sound.

Check out our wide range of Video Baby Monitors


Caregiver Responsibility

Babysense does not replace parent or caregiver. It is an attention-calling device, a parent’s or caregiver’s aid. It cannot solve all problems, it cannot actively take action. It can only call out attention if it registers a respiratory distress. This may provide critical time to intervene.