• Owlet stops selling infant monitoring sock after FDA order

    10 days ago - By Engadget

    Following a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration , Owlet has stopped selling its popular Smart Sock family in the US. On October 5th, the agency contacted Owlet to tell the company it was selling the wearables “without marketing approval, clearance or authorization.” In a response spotted by Deseret News , Owlet says it's complying with the FDA's request. It has stopped selling the socks while it seeks clearance from the FDA. The company says it will offer a “new sleep monitoring solution” in the near future. “With over one million babies monitored, we are extremely proud...
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