Help your Baby Sleep with Koala Plush Baby Sleep Soother

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Is your little one having trouble sleeping? Does separation anxiety cause your baby to lose sleep and causing you to lose sleep too?

The Koala Plush Baby Sleep Soother is the ideal companion to help sooth your baby and help achieve a good night’s sleep.

Nightly babies experience difficulty in sleeping commonly due to separation anxiety. This sleep soother produces soothing sounds and star projections to help your baby sleep calmly. With 13 distinctive calming sounds, state-of-art-like projectors with three different brightness levels and sensors that respond to your baby’s crying, this sleeping aid doubles as your child’s security stuffed animal, helping your baby to calm down and fall asleep. All designed for the well-being of your baby.

This sleeping aid is unique on its own and there are many features that set this apart from the rest on the market;

Key Features

Among the many customisable settings there is a shut-off function that turns the Koala Plus Baby Sleep Soother off after 15 minutes of inactivity. Or, you can press the timer till the lights turn green which sets the timer for 30 minutes.

There are adjustable settings for volume, projection brightness level and sound sequence or repetition for the unique combination to lull your baby to sleep.

This soother is also light-weighted, easy to carry and suitable for vacations or long drives.

This lullaby soother engages more than one of your child’s senses, it holds your child’s attention and generates curiosity, then allows your child to get the sleep needed.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

The Koala Plush Baby Sleep Soother is the perfect gift of sleep for parents to help relax their babies and create the perfect environment for them to have the most ideal sleep needed.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.