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Magic Mitten, Mitten

Magic Mitten, Mitten review
  • Magic Mitten, Mitten review
  • Magic Mitten
  • Magic Mitten
  • Magic Mitten

RRP: £29.99

The Magic Mitten is a hand held baby calming aid that plays calming 'white noise' sounds that only your baby will hear. It can be used at any time, anywhere, by anyone, at home or out and about.

The clever design allows you to securely hold your crying baby while operating the Magic Mitten to play into your baby’s ear soothing sounds sounds that have a quick and calming effect.

  • Fixed volume providing safe decibel level

  • Automatically switches off after 10 minutes use for safety and prolonged battery life

  • Three “magic” sound options, including mother's heartbeat, rain on a tin roof and ocean waves

  • Removable comfort pad for easy cleaning

  • Rechargeable via AC/DC charger or USB connection included

  • Triple layered comfort pad for cushioning and sound diffusion


The Magic Mitten is vailable through Jojo Manam Bebe stores nationwide www.Jojomamanbebe.co.uk


Reviews in chronological order (Total 4 comments)

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  • Rating: 8.5 / 10
      Newbaby2013, Mother of 2, West Scotland
    2 Oct 2013 8:27pm
    Fab product. It's very neat and easy to set up and use. My son was quite unsettled in the first couple of months and trying to get him to settle was becoming very stressful. The mitten is great as you put the mitten directly against their ear so I think this helps calm them down very quickly. My son preferred the mothers heart beat setting and would fall asleep very easily when this was played through the mitten. I did try the other options and they were not as successful in getting my son to sleep. I highly recommend the mitten to all parents a very useful item to have. My only negative is it has no volume control
  • Rating: 7.0 / 10
      Calico, Mother of 1, Hertfordshire
    1 Sep 2013 12:16pm
    The Magic Mitten is a hand held baby calming aid that claims to calm upset babies. It allows you to securely hold your baby while operating the Magic Mitten to play to your baby’s ear specially designed noises. It has three settings omitting 'white noise'. I have tried and reviewed these below after testing these out on my 11 week old baby who was suffering from mild colic. The sound of the mothers heart beat was my favorite, when placed by my babies ear in the cradle position he was calmed almost instantly and fell a sleep almost instantly. The mitten is soft and padded which meant that he was comfortably able to snooze with the mit against my shoulder. I think this worked well because it was reminiscent of what he will have heard in the womb. For the curious mother, it sounds very much like the babies heart beat you will have heard on the Doppler during your pregnancy. The noise of the rain on the tin roof also worked well, whilst it didn't send baby to sleep it distracted him enough to stop crying. My least favorite was the apparent sound of the ocean, this sounded like the static noise you get from a radio in between stations. This did not calm him down, if anything he was slightly alarmed. Over all, I think this is a clever design and is thus far the first of it's kind- It's comfortable and easy to use. I do however think that the noise settings need tweaking a bit, more variation and volume control would be a significant improvement. Over all I give this product a 7/10 score, I would definitely recommend it to any parents who are going through that difficult colic stage of their child's first few months.
  • Rating: 10.0 / 10
      hstaveley24 , mother of 1 and baby due in june 2012
    15 Aug 2013 10:07pm

    My blog review - http://nblo.gs/O7JVQ

    Getting the magic mitten all set up was no problem as all you have to do is follow the instructions as shown above, dont worry when you have the little mp3 player out of its mitten and you can't hear any sound as it only plays when placed in the mitten.

    Alfie is checking out the mitten after a tumble & trying to settle him down.

    It has a fixed sound volume for the safe decibel level, three - sound options including  mother's heartbeat, rain on a tin roof and ocean waves.

    The Mitten also has the ability to switch off after 10 minutes for safety and prolonged battery life.

    My Alfie is such a wriggly baby and trying to calm him down is so stressful so when I got the magic mitten & tried it I was one happy mummy with a big smile on my face :)

    At night I slipped the magic mitten over my hand and placed over Alfie's ear while I cradled him at first he was a bit unsure trying to take it away but he soon settled down and listened to the heartbeat sound, you could see the little smile on his face.
    He was sure liking it and drifted off in my arms I could not believe it, he only ever does that when he is poorly .

    I just wish the mitten was out when my daughter was born as Millie was born 10 weeks early & spent months in SCBU plus NICU it sure would of been amazing for her .

    My verdict - Outstanding unique baby technology,  portable hand held device.

  • Rating: 9.0 / 10
      Trudi3, Mother of 3, Lancashire
    7 Aug 2013 2:57pm
    My daughter, Laura has never really been a good sleeper, she often tends to wake at least twice screaming during the night and with the recent weather being a lot warmer than usual, its proven more difficult for her to get a decent nights sleep. I was sent the magic mitten to review and I have to say I'm so glad I did, its a easy to use hand held baby calming device that emits 'white noise'. It has 3 'magic sound options mother's heartbeat, rain on a tin roof and ocean waves, the first night I used it, I set it to ocean waves, this option didn't seem to work so well with her, she did doze off but woke 2 hrs later, screaming, the second night I tried the 'mother's heartbeat', she wasn't so fidgety this night, and actually slept for 6 hrs solid, she didn't wake crying & was quite happy. On the 3rd night I decided to give the ''rain on a tin roof' a go, this one worked best for Laura, she was asleep within 10 mins and I'm happy to say slept right the way through (8 & half hours). The magic mitten has been set to this option since, and I'm happy to say there's only been 1 night where she woke crying, but that was because she was thirsty. We use the magic mitten every night now & have no doubt about it, it really does work, I wish I'd come across it sooner and I would most definitely recommend to any mummy or daddy who's babies have trouble settling at night. In my opinion its one of the most innovative products I've come across.