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    We use our iPad

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    I have a sound spa - a portable version that runs either using electricity or batteries (so if we go away for a wknd etc). There are a few different sounds it plays - ocean, white noise, lullaby, heartbeat etc. We use ocean. Has adjustable volume dial, a few different auto timers. It was about $40 from memory, from babysrus. Very easy to use.

    I was originally using my phone - never intended for it to be long term but one day decided it was working too well. I bought a really small sound spa to start - 'on the go' version but that only ran on batteries and as my DS needs it on all night I was going through batteries too fast. So I bought the version with an adapter that plugs in - should have done that first time!

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    For DD4 I bought a white noise machine on eBay, it plays a few different sounds. Was around $40 from memory. You can either plug it into the wall and play it that way or put batteries in it. DD3 (6 years) has been having some trouble sleeping lately so we've tried it for her too which has been amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsViking View Post
    That sounds like something I'd use, does it have an indefinite function or switch off after a set time?
    You can do either, set it for 15/30/60 mins or leave it indefinitely. I leave it on, as DS has gone to sleep with it on he is going to expect to hear it when he transitions through sleep cycles.

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    Thanks all for the ideas and suggestions! I think I will get the Homedics plug in machine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsViking View Post
    Thanks all for the ideas and suggestions! I think I will get the Homedics plug in machine!
    Pretty sure that's the one we have

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    We use our old iPhone. It's great bscUss you can travel etc our sleep consultant recommends it

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    We use our old iPhone. It's great bscUss you can travel etc our sleep consultant recommends it
    What model is your old iPhone. We've got a 3 and 4 and neither will work on wifi unless I get another sim. We also have a crappy Samsung that works fine on wifi with no sim

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    Default Tell me about your white noise?

    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    What model is your old iPhone. We've got a 3 and 4 and neither will work on wifi unless I get another sim. We also have a crappy Samsung that works fine on wifi with no sim
    You can get blank SIM cards for free from any Telstra shop etc to use in old iPhones so you can access the wifi

    Though you shouldn't need wifi if you already have the app

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    You can get blank SIM cards for free from any Telstra shop etc to use in old iPhones so you can access the wifi

    Though you shouldn't need wifi if you already have the app
    I have the app on the new iPhone but not the old one. But will get DP to get a blank sim card for me when he is at Marion tomorrow. You learn something new every day. Thank you


 

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