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Baby Gigl heads to Indiegogo to make your baby's bottle smarter

Michelle Mastin | March 31, 2015
Slow Control, makers of the 10SFork that yells at you to eat more slowly, is working on a bottle that will help new parents and caregivers regulate the flow of their baby's bottle. The Baby Gigl is a sleeve that goes over the baby's bottle, detecting tilt, the motion of baby eating, and volume changes.

One Gigl can connect to the app on multiple smart phones using Slow Control's proprietary Cross Sharing Technology, so you only need one sleeve to stay with your baby and each caregiver can use the app on their phone to input feeding data. You can also track multiple Gigls with the app so you can keep one at home and send one to daycare also. That way, a working parent can see exactly how the baby's feedings are going when they're away.

Pre-sales from the Indiegogo campaign include two bottles for each sleeve, so you can always have a clean bottle ready. Early birds can grab a Gigl and two bottles for $75.


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