Josh Martin

Technologically Advanced Diapers
Technologically Advanced Diapers

How was your Mother’s Day, mom’s? Did you spend some time with the kids? Get any great gifts? Would you consider this new technology a gift? The days of diaper sniffing may be over! Huggies has introduced a device called TweetPee, and it’s only being tested in Brazil for now. The device is small, and looks like a bird, with a sesor that clips to a diaper. When the diaper is wet, it alerts you by sending a tweet. The device works with a TweetPee app that allows you to monitor diaper moisture, inventory, and keeps count of the average amount of diapers your baby uses. Sounds like it could come in handy!

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