The snuza hero and snuza go are the devices that monitor your baby’s movements when they are fast asleep or resting. The snuza hero vibrates if does not detect any movement in your baby for a period of 15 seconds. This feature is not available in snuza go; it will just send an alarm sound if it does not detect any movement. This is the major difference you can observe in both these models. Let us compare in detail about these two baby movement monitoring devices.
Snuza Hero can be attached to your baby’s diaper by simply wrapping it around the abdomen. It monitors the abdominal movement of the baby. The device will detect the abdominal movement and will alert you if it senses less than eight movements or the abdominal movement is weak. If the device does not sense the abdominal movement for 15 seconds together, it will arouse the baby to make some movements. A simple vibration is sufficient to rouse the baby and the device will go back to monitoring mode. After alerting you for three times for no movements detected, a Rous warning will alert you that there were no movements for 15 seconds for three times. If there are no movements detected for an additional 5 seconds of time a sharp loud alarm will be heard. The Snuza Hero can pick up movements from the surrounding part and therefore not advisable for bed sharing. It is recommended not to use Snuza Hero when the baby is in motion, like when traveling in a car or riding in a stroller.
Snuza Go also attaches to the diaper and monitors baby’s abdominal movements. The tip is very sensitive to slightest movements and will alert you if the baby’s movements are weak or if they fall less than 8 movements per minute. If the device senses no movements for 20 seconds together, it will send out a loud alarm to alert you. If preferred the 20 seconds period of time can be reduced to 18 or 15 seconds. As Snuza Go can pick up external movements it is not recommended for co-sleeping or bed-sharing. Snuza Go should not be worn when the baby is in motion in a car or a stroller. When attaching the Snuza Go to baby’s diaper, ensure that it is in proper contact with the tummy in order to detect the movements correctly. It comes with CR2 batteries which last up to 6 months based on the usage.
Comparison Table – Snuza Hero Vs Snuza Go
|Features||Snuza Hero||Snuza Go|
|Customer ratings||4.5 stars||4.5 stars|
|Maximum time limit for sensing no movements||Period of 15 seconds||Period of 20 seconds|
|Maximum range||999 meters||—|
|Device dimensions||1.57 x 1.57 x 2.76 inches||1.77 x 1.57 x 2.76 inches|
The main difference is seen in the price and the vibration feature that is found only in Snuzo Hero. For this extra feature Snuzo Hero is priced slightly higher than the Snuzo Go.