bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler

bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler Healthcare
bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler Healthcare
bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler Healthcare
bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler Healthcare
bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler Healthcare

bblüv - Echö Wireless Fetal Doppler


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Echö allows you to hear and record your baby’s heartbeat, kicks and hiccups in the privacy of your own home, while promoting bonding with your baby.

Features

  • Secure and non-invasive
  • Compact, ergonomic, lightweight and portable design
  • High sensitivity and clear sound
  • Record, transfer and share the precious sounds of your baby with family and friends
  • Pair of headphones, transfer cable and carry bag included
  • Earphones and battery included
  • Dimensions (inches): 4 x 2.8 x 2

Customer Reviews

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Tiffiny H. (Woodbridge, Ontario)
Works perfectly

The bbluv Echo doppler worked perfectly since I was 8 weeks pregnant and I have been listening to it *every day* since (I'm 18 weeks now) and the battery is still going strong! I hook it up to an auxiliary cord and speaker so we can hear it nice and loud, but it comes with headphones that work just fine. It is literally the best gift I have ever recieved in my life! I loved it so much I purchased one for my friend who is hard of hearing. She was 9 weeks when she started using it and it's been working perfectly for her too! Some days it's easier to hear than others! Just depends on a number of factors. It's cool how I can hear my own heartbeat, the babies heartbeat (now in much more detail than just the standard horse trotting sound) and even the placenta (sounds like wind blowing)! Make sure you get the ultrasound gel for better sound (aloe gel works well too big UG is your safest bet), and spread the gel well to avoid static. I also suggest having the sound on low until it's placed firmly on your pelvis to avoid that initial loud static sound, then cranking the sound up once its in place. :)

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Sandie (Montreal East, Quebec)
Not worth it

Its not like the echos used by midwifes , i can hear my own heart beat , but they seem so far away , so for early pregnancy this machine will definitely not work. And i believe that since the machine doesn’t pick up my own heart beat as strong then even in more advance pregnancy it wont really .

Little Canadian offers great shipping terms. 

We offer Free 2 Day Shipping across Ontario & Quebec over $49 and Free 4 Day Shipping across rest of Canada over $49!

Under $49 shipping is only $8.99! 

PO Boxes and Remote Areas (ie. Northwest Territories, Yukon) may incur extra charges which will generally is reflected at checkout.

Please note due to the gas increase due to the ongoing world conflict couriers like UPS and Canada Post are considering more cities remote than normally. 

Extended 45 Day Return Policy on returnable items!

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Shipping time are not guranteed.
Remote area in Canada may take a few days longer.

Customer Reviews

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Tiffiny H. (Woodbridge, Ontario)
Works perfectly

The bbluv Echo doppler worked perfectly since I was 8 weeks pregnant and I have been listening to it *every day* since (I'm 18 weeks now) and the battery is still going strong! I hook it up to an auxiliary cord and speaker so we can hear it nice and loud, but it comes with headphones that work just fine. It is literally the best gift I have ever recieved in my life! I loved it so much I purchased one for my friend who is hard of hearing. She was 9 weeks when she started using it and it's been working perfectly for her too! Some days it's easier to hear than others! Just depends on a number of factors. It's cool how I can hear my own heartbeat, the babies heartbeat (now in much more detail than just the standard horse trotting sound) and even the placenta (sounds like wind blowing)! Make sure you get the ultrasound gel for better sound (aloe gel works well too big UG is your safest bet), and spread the gel well to avoid static. I also suggest having the sound on low until it's placed firmly on your pelvis to avoid that initial loud static sound, then cranking the sound up once its in place. :)

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Sandie (Montreal East, Quebec)
Not worth it

Its not like the echos used by midwifes , i can hear my own heart beat , but they seem so far away , so for early pregnancy this machine will definitely not work. And i believe that since the machine doesn’t pick up my own heart beat as strong then even in more advance pregnancy it wont really .

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