Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt



Apparently, some experts claim that having your kid in the womb listen to music (especially classical music) is great for their mental development, giving them a head start before they pop out of the womb. Doesn’t explain how we get child prodigies like Mozart in the past when there was no such thing though, leading me to believe that this is more or less hogwash and is some sort of marketing tool instead. Still, if you’re adamant on making sure your yet-unborn kid will be the next world genius, the Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt might be your cup of tea as it retails for $49, or $55 if you want a pair of packaged headphones to filter out what junior is listening to.

Source: Gearlog

3 reviews or comments

techqc Says: October 27, 2009 at 8:42 pm

Perhaps there may be some elements to be considered in the fetal listening game, but we need more research to know for certain.

Probably of far greater use would be

noise-cancelling pre3-natal belts

to cut down on all the environmental crap that
the fetus needs not listen to.
Imagine this turned on when the parents argue.

Corey Turpin Says: January 12, 2010 at 10:02 am

I pitched this idea to
I contacted them in August of 2009 and after talking to one of them they mentioned a fee I would have to pay. They called me nearly half a dozen times while I was at work, leaving me voice messages. All of them read from a script when they spoke, and I noticed that. I got very skeptical and just ignored them. I planned to go with someone else. TODAY, I found out that babiesBUDDY (aka) Lullabelly is on the market. How can I find out if this invention was stolen from me? Is there anything I can do?

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