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Ritmo Advanced Sound System Is Like Your Fetus’ First Cellphone

Ritmo Advanced Sound System (Images courtesy nuvo)
By Andrew Liszewski

Technically it’s just another speaker system designed to be strapped to a pregnant belly to provide the fetus with music to further its mental development before it’s even born. But the Ritmo Advanced Sound System can also be used to talk to your baby while it’s still in the womb with your iPhone, so in a roundabout way, it’s kind of like your fetus’ first cellphone. Sure, the only response it can give is a kick or two, but to be honest there are plenty of times when I’d love to be able to kick someone on the other end of a cellphone conversation as well.

The device, or at least the speakers, can be later removed from the belly straps and attached to a crib or stroller after the baby is born, providing enriching or soothing music and sounds while they’re sleeping or playing. The Ritmo Advanced Sound System is available now for a special introductory price of $129.99.

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  • Jessicat

    Aww they say that a child clings to the mother so much because that is the voice they are farmilar with. Now amplify it and imagine the dependence the child will have.

  • black13

    Of course lets conveniently forget that the study which says this stuff might help was done on college students, and that all benefit dissapeared when the tunes did. So its perfect if you have a 20ish college student in your womb that isn't very smart, not so much if its a fetus.

  • black13

    We will of course conveniently ignore the fact that the knowledge gains that this thing promises comes from a study done on college students, and as soon as you turn the music off all benefit dissapears. So this is perfect if you happen to have a currently ienrolled 20ish college student in there, not so much if its a baby.

  • black13

    Of course lets conveniently forget that the study which says this stuff might help was done on college students, and that all benefit dissapeared when the tunes did. So its perfect if you have a 20ish college student in your womb that isn't very smart, not so much if its a fetus.