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LIMITED UNITS AVAILABLE EARLY DECEMBER 2020. ORDER NOW FOR DISCOUNT + VIP BENEFITS DETAILS
The world's smartest baby hub

That uses the power of your voice

Get started with Wunder Baby Hub

Boost development and make parenting easier

Hands-free. Screen-free. Worry-free

Use the power of your voice to interact with Wunder and make daily life as a multi-tasking parent easier.

Hit milestones with personalized activities

Accelerate your baby's development and fill your precious bonding time with joy and purpose by doing targeted activities.

Boost language development

In the early years of development, lots of language builds better brains. Monitor and keep track of how much you speak to your child.

All-in-one device

One device in your home to assist with all your parenting needs from day to night: log, play, learn, bond, and sleep.

Language Booster

By making this a part of your daily routine, you can make sure your baby is exposed to enough words, which has been scientifically proven to accelerate their acquisition of language/literacy skills.

Sleep Better

Get your baby sleeping like a baby, and enjoy your own well-earned rest, by building better bedtime routines using Night Mode. White noise, cry detection, and night light give you the peace of mind you need.

Voice Logging

Fast, easy and hands-free logging of all your baby care and activities

Pre-Order Today

Wunder is currently in Beta and we will have limited quantities available for shipping in December 2020. You can make a pre-order now to obtain a Wunder before the general public. By placing a pre-order you will get a BIG discount and enjoy VIP benefits:

Pre-order now

Limited quantities available for shipping December 2020.
Learn more about pre-orders

Pre-orders are currently available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Stay on track and build better parenting habits with the Wunder App
Your digital, evidence-based guide and log diary that gives you on-demand expert support, personalized activities and an ability to share data with other caregivers.

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