Baby Gigl is a smart baby bottle holder that monitors how much your baby drinks from the bottle.
Additionally, Baby Gigl tracks environmental data during the meal, sending feedbacks to the caretaker in order to improve your infant’s wellbeing.
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Bottle feedback alert
Always the right tilt
Be informed about the full meal information, on the go, given by the caretaker.
Historical overview of all the baby’s meals per day, per week, and per month. Ideal for the pediatricians follow up .
Multi users / Multi devices to one account
Each person involved in the baby’s feeding can have its own smart sleeve which logs to the baby’s account.
One for the caretaker, one for the parents, one for the nanny …
Safety with Bluetooth Shield
Optional function that disables Bluetooth during the meal.
Choose your best colour
Technical specifications of the Baby Gigl
– Meal times
– Meal duration
– Light alarm
– Sound alarm
– Micro-USB Rechargeable
Connection / Data transfer :
– Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE 4.0)
– IOS : IPhone 4S and the latest versions
– IPod touch 4th. gen. and the latest versions
– Ipad3, iPad mini and the latest versions
-Android : devices with the BLE and Android version 4.3 and the latest versions (Samsung galaxy S4 +, HTC M8 …)
Industrial property :
2 industrial patents
– Detection of weight in both directions cooperating with inclinometer
– Mechanical cooperation of two sleeves with pedestal
A newborn drinks 5 to 8 bottles in a 24-hour period.
Colic, reflux and crying
30% of babies are affected by reflux problems.
45 % of bottle fed babies go through colic episodes (watch out for air !).
Baby’s meals and digestion
Babies digest 15 hours per day or 2,700 hours until six months of age.
Between 366 and 430 diapers will be used in the first two months of a baby’s life.
On average, 56% of all newborns are immediately bottle-fed after births (data collected in 180 countries).
Distraction during bottle-feeding is associated with overfeeding
“Mindless feeding” during bottle-feeding, is associated with greater infant intakes and lower maternal sensitivity to infant cues.