If this cradle's rockin', don't bother walkin'... and rock it will, until your baby's sound asleep once more. The Suima automatic cradle features a sound sensor that detects crying sounds and then swings into action - literally.
Losing sleep over a baby who constantly wakes and cries during the night? The Suima automatic baby cradle may be the solution. This innovative cradle is fitted with a sound sensor tuned to detect an infant's cries.
When it does, a computer chip at the heart of the Suima begins rocking the cradle at a quick pace. Over the next few minutes the pace gradually slows to a rhythm approximating an average mother's heartbeat.
The Suima may be ultramodern on the inside but it presents a traditional appearance that should coordinate well with most room decor schemes. It's also no substitute for Mom or Dad - babies cry for all kinds of reasons and parents need to be aware of their responsibilities.
At 420,000 yen ($4,400) each, the Suima is a very expensive purchase for an item used for a short period of a child's life, which is why online retailer Rakuten offers thoughtful rental options ranging from 10,000 yen ($105) for 1 month to 63,000 yen ($665) for 9 months. (via TokyoMango, Japanese product page at Impress Watch)
EDITOR'S NOTE: In the U.S., this Automatic Rocking Cradle is a nice option. If you ae just looking for a great automatic baby rocker, this Fisher-Price Rocker is often recommended.