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Hatch Rest+ Wi-Fi Night-Light helps children fall asleep

If your children don’t drift off to sleep easily, the Hatch Rest+ Wi-Fi Night-Light boasts many features to aid their sleeping pattern. The Rest+ is a light, audio monitor, alarm clock, and speaker in one. Firstly, it features a large choice of colors to select ambient lighting and set a calm environment in your child’s room. You can also choose peaceful sounds to play aloud. The library of snooze-inducing sounds helps children relax. It also comes with programs to help your child with difficult transitions to sleep. Therefore, you can switch on this light before bedtime to help them settle. Another useful feature is the audio monitor. This enables two-way communication between you and your child via a smartphone. As a result, this Wi-Fi night-light can prevent children from getting up in the night and disturbing you.

Hatch Rest+ Wi-Fi Night-Light helps children fall asleep
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8.4/10
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Amy Poole
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Dimensions
4" x 4" x 6.5"
Weight
14.5 oz.
Material
ABS Plastic
Compatibility
Wi-Fi, Alexa
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