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  1. EduardoWaterwor says:

     United Kingdom

    Ewan is great. I follow The Baby Whisperer techniques so had been using a ssshhh sound to help my 4 month old daughter get to sleep. Now I let Ewan do it. He also senses when she wakes and starts up again – this is a brilliant feature and worth the extra cost for “Deluxe” Ewan.
    I bought top of the range Duracell rechargeable batteries (there are lots that look the same, but the 2500Ah ones last well) which last well and I have two sets so that I can switch them without having to lose time without him.

  2. RaymondReinke says:

     United Kingdom

    After 4 long weeks of limited sleep due to a poorly baby I purchased Ewan not expecting to much given how bad my little one is with bronchitis, colic and reflux.
    Being desperate I paid for the express delivery and was pleased when it arrived at 1830 as I was starting the nighttime routine. Within moments of finishing feeding my baby he had been in floods of tears due to pain. As he started Ewan activated and calmed my baby good enough to then pop him in his basket unfortunately his bronchitis hasn’t quite cleared up so struggles on his back sleeping only on his side. We tried this then all night with one of us on watch with are baby on his side rather than sleeping on us which he had been.

    I am pleased to say IT WORKED!!! Even after his morning feed calmed him enough to fall back to sleep. It’s only day one but worth the money for me, I am not saying it will work for every baby but done the trick for us x

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This helps my daughter sleep a lot, especially as she was born 10 weeks early so it was a great comfort to her to hear womb sounds whilst she was still supposed to be inside of me.
    Now at 4 months old it still helps her get to sleep, if she’s crying it will gentely soothe her to sleep. The only thing I didn’t like about this product was the batteries only lasted a week of use. I’ve replaced the batteries. However I would suggest the buyer has this in mind as you will need a small screwdriver to enter the battery box and small batteries (not regular sized ones) have a screwdriver and spare batteries handy as if it runs out after your baby has got used to it and you can’t change it, you won’t get any sleep till you do!

  4. CandiceBohner says:

     United Kingdom

    Ewan is honestly, for me and my baby an absolute total God send.
    I have had him make his sounds to my baby since the day I gave birth to her and he has helped me soothe and put my baby to sleep ever since. I really do swear by him. When I was in the hospital i had to stay a couple of nights and i was frightened; I had this new born baby in my arms(never done this before) my partner had to go home due to visiting hours and all i could think was ‘oh my goodness what if she never stops crying! How will i soothe her!’ i remember i had packed Ewan in my bags and popped him on when she stirred and during feeding, he sent her straight to sleep and honestly she was the best baby on the post natal ward.
    5months in now and he’s still a guardian angel to my babs! Soothes her 100% and i don’t go anywhere without him.

    100% recommend him.
    This is not a paid review just thought i’d add that because i know some reviews can be!
    But i genuinely bought Ewan as a first time mum and i’m not disappointed at all. Best purchase i have ever made for my baby.

    Ewan sheep is cute, soft and works like a charm!

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Where should I start… One of the best buys I’ve made for the little one and for us. It is really helpfull to help baby fall asleep and keep him calm when he wakes up during naps. The crying detector works very well and it does detect the noise. The only think I wanted was for the noise to keep going for longer as it goes for 20 min. Not complaining but it would be good to choose the length of time as well.

  6. RosariaWheeler says:

     United Kingdom

    We bought this when our daughter was about a year old. We’d been using a ‘normal’ Ewan to get her off to sleep, but obviously that didn’t help when she started to stir at midnight, etc.

    With the help of this deluxe version, automatically triggering itself when she starts to murmur, we’ve gone from having to go in and resettle her two or three times a night to her sleeping through almost every night.

    What an absolute revelation. Treat yourself to a couple of sets of rechargeable batteries as well, because you’ll get through them fairly quickly, but it’s absolutely worth the expense.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a very cute, soft noise machine. If the sounds available, the vacuum cleaner seems to be my baby’s fave, abd akk if the sounds have a heartbeat overlain, which is nice for baby, but too distracting for me to sleep to if baby is still in your room! Just wish this had a function to enable sounds for longer than 20 mins…

  8. Molly Blackall says:

     United Kingdom

    I had the original euan with my first baby and my only gripe was that after 20mins you had to manually reset it. I dreamed of a model I could control with an app…anything to avoid me getting out of bed & counting down the final bars of the annoying tune, ready to slip my arms through the cot to press ‘play’ again. Anyway the euan gods heard my silent screams and this delux version has a sensor so when baby stirs / cries, it instantly turns on and soothes baby back to sleep. I love it (even if it is a bit creepy being woken up in the night with ‘lullabies’!). My next request / wish is for them to make the on / off / noise changing use ability slightly more simple to use…but this is still a game changer and worth every penny!

  9. Olga8308pmjqid says:

     United Kingdom

    I had the original euan with my first baby and my only gripe was that after 20mins you had to manually reset it. I dreamed of a model I could control with an app…anything to avoid me getting out of bed & counting down the final bars of the annoying tune, ready to slip my arms through the cot to press ‘play’ again. Anyway the euan gods heard my silent screams and this delux version has a sensor so when baby stirs / cries, it instantly turns on and soothes baby back to sleep. I love it (even if it is a bit creepy being woken up in the night with ‘lullabies’!). My next request / wish is for them to make the on / off / noise changing use ability slightly more simple to use…but this is still a game changer and worth every penny!

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I had the original euan with my first baby and my only gripe was that after 20mins you had to manually reset it. I dreamed of a model I could control with an app…anything to avoid me getting out of bed & counting down the final bars of the annoying tune, ready to slip my arms through the cot to press ‘play’ again. Anyway the euan gods heard my silent screams and this delux version has a sensor so when baby stirs / cries, it instantly turns on and soothes baby back to sleep. I love it (even if it is a bit creepy being woken up in the night with ‘lullabies’!). My next request / wish is for them to make the on / off / noise changing use ability slightly more simple to use…but this is still a game changer and worth every penny!

  11. DarbyGouger says:

     United Kingdom

    Started using this whilst our lil girl was still in the womb – gave us a little reassurance if we hadn’t felt a kick in a little while (as she would nearly knock it off the tummy!) and whilst we haven’t had a need for it yet, it came highly recommended by family so glad we bought it.
    The battery life isn’t amazing – you get a little warning they’re dying with on times reducing so would highly recommend rechargeable batteries!
    Only other thing is you do need to read instructions to understand the different modes – would have preferred more buttons for control as keep forgetting how to make it do the different things so not always using the full functions when sleep deprived!

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Started using this whilst our lil girl was still in the womb – gave us a little reassurance if we hadn’t felt a kick in a little while (as she would nearly knock it off the tummy!) and whilst we haven’t had a need for it yet, it came highly recommended by family so glad we bought it.
    The battery life isn’t amazing – you get a little warning they’re dying with on times reducing so would highly recommend rechargeable batteries!
    Only other thing is you do need to read instructions to understand the different modes – would have preferred more buttons for control as keep forgetting how to make it do the different things so not always using the full functions when sleep deprived!

  13. NoreenPoindexte says:

     United Kingdom

    Started using this whilst our lil girl was still in the womb – gave us a little reassurance if we hadn’t felt a kick in a little while (as she would nearly knock it off the tummy!) and whilst we haven’t had a need for it yet, it came highly recommended by family so glad we bought it.
    The battery life isn’t amazing – you get a little warning they’re dying with on times reducing so would highly recommend rechargeable batteries!
    Only other thing is you do need to read instructions to understand the different modes – would have preferred more buttons for control as keep forgetting how to make it do the different things so not always using the full functions when sleep deprived!

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’m currently 33 weeks pregnant and I use this on bump to get baby accustomed to the sounds so that when he’s out he will have a familiar sound to hopefully help him sleep, fingers crossed lol.
    Regardless, he loves it at the moment he moves wherever I place Ewan and I’m pretty sure it tends to calm him down he stops being so hectic with his movements as if he’s falling asleep. Who knows, either way it was priced nicely, great quality and it’s cute.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought this to help 2 month old fall asleep and self soothe. Worked initially a couple of times but with time found baby needs a bit more cuddling from parents along with this item playing in the background, in order to drift to sleep. Still consider this a nice item, with good variety of sounds reminiscent of being in the womb which should help young baby recognise sounds and aid sleep

  16. TwylaMaughan says:

     United Kingdom

    This works like a charm for settling my baby (she’s 9 weeks old and we have been using Ewan for 2 or 3 weeks). She loves him and wriggles her face so that she can rub her nose against his soft fur regardless of where we put him (we move him when she is asleep).

    The only downsides are the controls are a bit fiddly they could have made it a lot more user friendly with buttons for each function and for the love of god why is this not USB chargeable???? The battery life is about 2 or so weeks of you don’t have the sheep on the cry sensor setting, less if you do.

    Also we found the cry sensor worked rather too well and would out her off to sleep when she really should have been waking for a feed so we don’t use that for now but will resume use when she drops her 4am feed.

    Overall we really like i

  17. Gordon Gottsegen says:

     United Kingdom

    I was going to a baby shower and had no idea what gift to take, I bought this Ewan Sheep as it had won an
    Award for design-
    I am delighted I bought this as I received a phone call that evening Thanking me so much for such a Useful Gift as the baby had received lots of Outfits .. and this Sheep was something she knew the baby would love-
    So I would say this item makes an excellent Gift for a Newborn xx

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I was going to a baby shower and had no idea what gift to take, I bought this Ewan Sheep as it had won an
    Award for design-
    I am delighted I bought this as I received a phone call that evening Thanking me so much for such a Useful Gift as the baby had received lots of Outfits .. and this Sheep was something she knew the baby would love-
    So I would say this item makes an excellent Gift for a Newborn xx

  19. DawnRuggiero says:

     United Kingdom

    So, I bought this when baby was 2 weeks old, and it was useless… so I resigned him to the pile of useless baby items I had wasted money on…

    However, fast forward 3 months when we are trying to implement some kind of bedtime routine, and he’s been a great!

    I have him on the ‘shhhh’ setting while feeding her to sleep, and he settles her when she starts to stir lightly during the night. Obviously won’t settle a baby who’s waking because they’re hungry, but you wouldn’t want that anyway… because babies need to eat… but he is now earning his keep! Thumbs up for Ewan!

    The battery life is indeed pants if you have a baby who wakes regularly, however, just get yourself some RECHARGEABLE batteries and change them every 3 nights and it’s really not an issue.

  20. DamonMontalvo says:

     United Kingdom

    I love Ewan the sheep. My daughter had one since she was born. 3 years on, it was still working but got vomit all over it and I had to bin as you can’t take the cover off the old model to wash. Bought the ‘deluxe’ one in a panic as the white noise soothes her back to sleep during the night if she wakes but discovered that the little feet no longer turn the white noise/lullaby on. You have to press the stomach quite hard which my daughter finds really difficult to do and has resulted in her coming in to me every 20 minsutes during the night to turn it on for her, until I eventually have to take it off her. So something that she used to self soothe no longer works. I’m sorry I didn’t buy the older version agai

  21. ChassidRingler says:

     United Kingdom

    I’d buy this many times over as it’s so useful for my baby. If he wakes up , it will keep him from going into a meltdown and he will fuss a little then go back to sleep with the ‘mooncry’ sensor. In some ways it does too good a job as if baby is hungry I don’t usually wake up until he has turned hysterical!
    The only reason I am giving 4 stars is the fact that I find it very annoying there is no ‘low battery’ warning/indicator. The mooncry sensor will stop
    Working in the middle of the night and then I have to panic in the dark trying to change the batteries (which requires the use of a screwdriver so it’s not a super quick task)

  22. WilhemiJudge says:

     United Kingdom

    I’d buy this many times over as it’s so useful for my baby. If he wakes up , it will keep him from going into a meltdown and he will fuss a little then go back to sleep with the ‘mooncry’ sensor. In some ways it does too good a job as if baby is hungry I don’t usually wake up until he has turned hysterical!
    The only reason I am giving 4 stars is the fact that I find it very annoying there is no ‘low battery’ warning/indicator. The mooncry sensor will stop
    Working in the middle of the night and then I have to panic in the dark trying to change the batteries (which requires the use of a screwdriver so it’s not a super quick task)

  23. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’d buy this many times over as it’s so useful for my baby. If he wakes up , it will keep him from going into a meltdown and he will fuss a little then go back to sleep with the ‘mooncry’ sensor. In some ways it does too good a job as if baby is hungry I don’t usually wake up until he has turned hysterical!
    The only reason I am giving 4 stars is the fact that I find it very annoying there is no ‘low battery’ warning/indicator. The mooncry sensor will stop
    Working in the middle of the night and then I have to panic in the dark trying to change the batteries (which requires the use of a screwdriver so it’s not a super quick task)

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    We have only had it for a few weeks, but already love it.

    We use the shush noise. The baby already liked that noise and this is much easier than me making that noise while the baby falls asleep.

    The baby seems to really respond to the noise and now (very occasionally) will put herself back to sleep just with Ewan.

    It also masks the rustling I make when I get back into bed, which previously woke her up.
    I’ve gone from co-sleeping to sleeping in the Moses basket at night and Ewan was a big help in that.

    Ewan doesn’t seem to be as helpful in the day, I think because he is relatively quiet, but I might need to give that some more time

  25. Annette says:

     United Kingdom

    We have only had it for a few weeks, but already love it.

    We use the shush noise. The baby already liked that noise and this is much easier than me making that noise while the baby falls asleep.

    The baby seems to really respond to the noise and now (very occasionally) will put herself back to sleep just with Ewan.

    It also masks the rustling I make when I get back into bed, which previously woke her up.
    I’ve gone from co-sleeping to sleeping in the Moses basket at night and Ewan was a big help in that.

    Ewan doesn’t seem to be as helpful in the day, I think because he is relatively quiet, but I might need to give that some more time

  26. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    We have only had it for a few weeks, but already love it.

    We use the shush noise. The baby already liked that noise and this is much easier than me making that noise while the baby falls asleep.

    The baby seems to really respond to the noise and now (very occasionally) will put herself back to sleep just with Ewan.

    It also masks the rustling I make when I get back into bed, which previously woke her up.
    I’ve gone from co-sleeping to sleeping in the Moses basket at night and Ewan was a big help in that.

    Ewan doesn’t seem to be as helpful in the day, I think because he is relatively quiet, but I might need to give that some more time

  27. LucioFarrell says:

     United Kingdom

    We have only had it for a few weeks, but already love it.

    We use the shush noise. The baby already liked that noise and this is much easier than me making that noise while the baby falls asleep.

    The baby seems to really respond to the noise and now (very occasionally) will put herself back to sleep just with Ewan.

    It also masks the rustling I make when I get back into bed, which previously woke her up.
    I’ve gone from co-sleeping to sleeping in the Moses basket at night and Ewan was a big help in that.

    Ewan doesn’t seem to be as helpful in the day, I think because he is relatively quiet, but I might need to give that some more time

  28. KiaraQFFwv says:

     United Kingdom

    Cannot recommend Ewan enough! Bought for our daughter at 4 weeks old and its been a life saver (shes now 7 months and it still helps massively to soothe her) . All the sounds are great and clear, the red light also helps comfort her.
    The outside is lovely and soft and feel comfortable her being able to cuddle it.
    Brilliant feature is the auto on sensor, once activated there is a 4 hour period, once activated again this carries on without having to activate it again (hold down the large middle button until it beeps once to start the auto on and hold for a few seconds until it beeps 3 times to turn that feature off)
    downside and its minor is the battery life, good quality batteries usually last 12 days ish then need replacing, however it all depends on how many times its activated through the night.
    Deserves more than 5 stars!

  29. Katie Teague says:

     United Kingdom

    Cannot recommend Ewan enough! Bought for our daughter at 4 weeks old and its been a life saver (shes now 7 months and it still helps massively to soothe her) . All the sounds are great and clear, the red light also helps comfort her.
    The outside is lovely and soft and feel comfortable her being able to cuddle it.
    Brilliant feature is the auto on sensor, once activated there is a 4 hour period, once activated again this carries on without having to activate it again (hold down the large middle button until it beeps once to start the auto on and hold for a few seconds until it beeps 3 times to turn that feature off)
    downside and its minor is the battery life, good quality batteries usually last 12 days ish then need replacing, however it all depends on how many times its activated through the night.
    Deserves more than 5 stars!

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Cannot recommend Ewan enough! Bought for our daughter at 4 weeks old and its been a life saver (shes now 7 months and it still helps massively to soothe her) . All the sounds are great and clear, the red light also helps comfort her.
    The outside is lovely and soft and feel comfortable her being able to cuddle it.
    Brilliant feature is the auto on sensor, once activated there is a 4 hour period, once activated again this carries on without having to activate it again (hold down the large middle button until it beeps once to start the auto on and hold for a few seconds until it beeps 3 times to turn that feature off)
    downside and its minor is the battery life, good quality batteries usually last 12 days ish then need replacing, however it all depends on how many times its activated through the night.
    Deserves more than 5 stars!

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Had ewan for both my children, and they love him
    This new version allows you to was ewan after taking the voice box out, where you couldn’t before.
    You’ll need rechargeable batteries, if you use disposable, you will be changing them every other day if you use the automatic crying optio

  32. Fraser Simpson says:

     United Kingdom

    Get it before your baby is born and you are too sleep deprived to read the instructions like we were. Started using it when our daughter was around 3 months old as we had some success with a snuzcloud but it was hard pressing it every 20 minutes through the night.
    Didn’t get on with Ewan at all as he didn’t seem to last more than a few seconds at a time. Fast forward to our daughter being 6 months old and we finally figured out that we hadn’t been setting the sensor properly.
    Long story short Ewan is amazing and we use him every single night now we know how!

  33. Naveen Joshi says:

     United Kingdom

    16 months on and still going strong. My daughter loves it, it soothes her back to sleep if she wakes up during the night and she contently lays and chats to it in her cot every morning. Her first Best friend I’d say and mine given that she has slept like a dream from 9 weeks old and I 100% think it’s been down to her sheep and a fixed routine.

  34. KristofT25 says:

     United Kingdom

    Could not have survived the first days with a new baby without this sheep. It’s magic. Only main downfall is that my baby learned to be quite heavily dependent on it, it plays sounds for about 20 minutes, my baby quickly sussed it that as soon as the sheep would stop he would have to make a quick loud enough sound to set it off then would dose off again instantly. Be warned have a lot of batteries on standby depending on how dependent you baby is on it. My little guy used it so much we had to change out the batteries every other day. Also be warned that the sound of the sheep will follow you everywhere you go no matter if the sheep is there or not. You will first go crazy from the sound of it but it will get better and it’s better that of a screaming baby.

  35. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Could not have survived the first days with a new baby without this sheep. It’s magic. Only main downfall is that my baby learned to be quite heavily dependent on it, it plays sounds for about 20 minutes, my baby quickly sussed it that as soon as the sheep would stop he would have to make a quick loud enough sound to set it off then would dose off again instantly. Be warned have a lot of batteries on standby depending on how dependent you baby is on it. My little guy used it so much we had to change out the batteries every other day. Also be warned that the sound of the sheep will follow you everywhere you go no matter if the sheep is there or not. You will first go crazy from the sound of it but it will get better and it’s better that of a screaming baby.

  36. Laurenc2994 says:

     United Kingdom

    Good quality sounds and light. Love that it’s washable. Dislikes – I don’t like how it’s just velcro holding the battery pack in. I think a zip would feel more secure when it’s dangling over a cot. Overall happy with the product itself. However my baby doesn’t seem keen on it, so it’s not really been a value for money purchase for us personally, and it’s a lot to spend when it doesn’t get used!

  37. ErinTejada says:

     United Kingdom

    I purchased this for my granddaughter, and my daughter tells me it was pretty much the best gift given to them!

    The light it emits is just enough to see what you are doing at 2am, and the sounds really do help to calm and soothe.

    My granddaughter is almost 10 months old now, and will happily fall asleep – usually with Ewan in her hands!

    Definitely a good buy!

  38. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    We took Ewan into hospital with us when I gave birth & our little one is still using it 13 months on, he loves it! So much so there is a general air of panic if we realise the batteries are going to run out soon. It’s one if the best purchases we made ahead of our little one’s arrival

  39. callyphillips says:

     United Kingdom

    I have now purchased six of these, they are my go to present for new mums. I initially bought this for my Grandson it was miraculous helped him sleep. Occupied him when fractious and soothed him during teething. He is now four and still loves his sheep. Every new Mam has also loved it, highly recommended

  40. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I have now purchased six of these, they are my go to present for new mums. I initially bought this for my Grandson it was miraculous helped him sleep. Occupied him when fractious and soothed him during teething. He is now four and still loves his sheep. Every new Mam has also loved it, highly recommended

  41. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    So, I’ve heard a lot about sleep exercising and thought wean would be a good help. It’s not magic. If baby hear a certain noice every time you put them to bed, they will eventually connect the sound to sleep. This doesn’t happen over night, but might take weeks and months. Our 7 months old finally connect the sound to sleep which is excellent and helps her finding sleep if she wakes up during the night.

    I would wish that the sheep could be charged instead of using a billion of batteries.

    So summed up. It’s great, just make sure to always have a bunch of batteries in case today is the day it need new ones

  42. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    So, I’ve heard a lot about sleep exercising and thought wean would be a good help. It’s not magic. If baby hear a certain noice every time you put them to bed, they will eventually connect the sound to sleep. This doesn’t happen over night, but might take weeks and months. Our 7 months old finally connect the sound to sleep which is excellent and helps her finding sleep if she wakes up during the night.

    I would wish that the sheep could be charged instead of using a billion of batteries.

    So summed up. It’s great, just make sure to always have a bunch of batteries in case today is the day it need new ones

  43. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Didn’t seem to help much when our baby was newborn but then again, you’re not going to get much sleep then regardless of what you use. 3 months later, Ewan is super helpful, saves mummy a lot of ‘shhh-ing’. Seems to comfort him and help him drop off to sleep at night, part of our babies bedtime routine!

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