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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8860 Unko 1 22/01/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : 144Lab It???s the gadget new parents probably never thought they would need ??" created for monitoring their new-born???s bowel movements.Called Unko Button, it is a palm-sized box.Every time a baby defecates or urinates into a nappy, mother or father simply press a button on the device.The information is recorded for posterity and instantly shares the announcement through popular messaging app Line with the members of the chat group designated to receive the news.The Unko Button, made by Japanese company 144Lab. Unko is the Japanese equivalent of the English word ??spoo,??? .The developers claim that the device is ideal for busy parents who need an easy way to record their infant???s digestive system but don???t have time to stop and write down each bowel movement. In addition to notifying the chat group, the Unko Button also records a series of details such as the exact date and time.It even has options to record notes regarding colour, consistency, and the baby???s mood. The connected app is also able to estimate the cost of diapers or nappies. based on how often the child defecates or urinates.It is essential for parents to be aware of inconsistencies and irregularities in their children???s bowel movements.The developers say the social media aspect is merely a way to alert a parent who is away at work how challenging taking care of young children at home can be for his or her partner and will inspire them to help out more often. Unko???s default settings are set to record digestive movements but can be altered to let it be utilized for recording exercise regimens to when they last fed pets. An adult can also record their own ??sunko??? if, for example, they have recently suffered from constipation.The Unko Button is not currently available for purchase. Its creators are trying to raise funds for mass
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