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The Lulla doll is safe to use for babies from birth. For sleeping babies under 12 months the Lulla doll should always be placed outside of the crib, or sleeping area, as recommended in the AAP guidelines. Older children can hold the Lulla doll close to feel calm and comforted.

The Lulla doll is safety tested and certified according to European, US and Australia/New Zealand standards. 

The Lulla doll is thoroughly safety tested to be suitable for newborns. However, it is not recommended to have loose items in a crib with a sleeping newborn from birth to 12 months. 

Because of this the doll is also designed to be a crib-attachment, with velcro straps hidden in a pocket on its back for easy attachment to most cribs, car seats, strollers and other carriers. 

The volume of the sound is 65dB making it safe for babies sensitive hearing.

To turn on the sound press the heart shaped speaker button on the sound-unit for 3 seconds. The sound turns off automatically in 12 hours but you can turn it off sooner by pressing the heart shaped button for 3 seconds again. The 12 hour timer resets every time you push it off/on.

Adjust the volume by pressing the button on the side of the sound unit. It has three volumes and the highest is a safe 65 dB making it safe for prolonged use for children’s sensitive hearing.  When the sound is turned on it always starts on the lowest volume.

You can also turn on the sound and adjust the volume once you placed the sound unit inside the doll. We recommend placing the sound unit forward facing inside the doll and then you can press on the heart of the doll to turn her on/off and under her left arm to adjust the volume.

The sound unit uses two AA batteries. You can use both alkaline and rechargeable. Do not use Lithium batteries. Please note that rechargeable batteries can be bigger in size and some brand types might not fit the sound unit. Good quality brands that do fit the Lulla doll sound unit are for example Eneloop and Ikea rechargeable batteries. 

Both the purpose and the design of the Lulla Doll differs from other seemingly similar products. The purpose of most other sleep related toys is to help babies fall asleep with the help of white noise, sometimes resembling womb sounds. 

The Lulla Doll, on the other hand, is designed to help babies stay asleep for longer periods at a time, and to help babies stabilize and feel safe. It is imitating closeness to another person, more than trying to replicate the womb experience. 

The doll aims to do this with its unique real-life sounds that play for 12 hours. Other products only stay on for 15-45 minutes (or are movement activated), the sound file is not as large and the sounds are often not real-life

The Lulla doll is suitable from birth. However, it is not recommended to have loose items in a crib with a sleeping newborn from birth to 12 months. Because of this the doll is also designed to be a crib-attachment, with velcro straps hidden in a pocket on its back for easy attachment. 

Many people are using the doll for older children who are faced with troubles sleeping or calming down. We even heard about a few parents that like to use the sound to help them fall asleep and we had reports of the doll helping dads to stop snoring! Elderly people with Alzheimer's have also used the doll for added comfort.

The Lulla doll was especially designed to help premature babies and children with serious illnesses. They often have to spend extended time in isolation or separation from their parents and are in even greater need for comfort and stability. 

For added safety for the most sensitive children, the Lulla doll can be washed at 60 degrees Celsius (hot) to eliminate most bacteria. 

Keep in mind that repeated washing at high temperature might affect the dolls appearance and shape.

The Lulla doll sound unit uses two AA batteries. You can use both alkaline and rechargeable. Do not use Lithium batteries. 

Please note that rechargeable batteries can be bigger in size and some brand types might not fit the sound unit. Good quality brands that do fit the Lulla doll sound unit are for example Eneloop and Ikea rechargeable batteries. 

Two AA alkaline batteries can last for up to 300 hours in the Lulla doll. The time duration depends heavily on the quality of the batteries and the difference can be up to 85%! Better quality batteries cost more but then again they are more reliable and last for longer. Rechargeable batteries do not last as long as they are 1.2V (regulars are 1.5V). On the other hand you can use them over and over again making them the best long term investment plus they are better for the environment. 

Keep in mind that batteries are sensitive, they need to be stored properly and can get damaged with age and rechargeable batteries can lose their capacity with repeated use. Replace all batteries at the same time. Do not mixed used and new batteries, different brands or types.

We have had many reports from parents who use it with good success with older children who have trouble calming down, falling asleep or sleeping by themselves. Older children can face a lot of sleep related challenges as well as newborns, just of a different kind. Like switching to a bigger bed, sleeping in their own room, sleeping outside of the home overnight, and going to daycare. 

In these cases the Lulla Doll can help to make them feel calmer and safer.

Yes.

For general purposes we recommend machine washing the Lulla doll at 40 degrees celsius (warm) and hang to dry. The soundbox must be removed prior to washing, which is easily done as it is placed in a velcro pocket on the back of the doll. 

We recommend using a washing bag and going easy on the spinning. If necessary, gently readjust the filling after washing to help the doll regain its former shape. For added safety for the most sensitive children, the Lulla doll can be washed at 60 degrees Celsius (hot) to eliminate most bacteria. 

Keep in mind that repeated washing at high temperature might affect the dolls appearance.

Many sleep toys are sound or motion activated with the purpose of helping babies fall back asleep if they wake up during the night. 

We want to help babies not to wake up as frequently and also to help them keep their heartbeat and breathing more stable during sleep. This is achieved by having the sound on continuously. 

Babies and children wake up and seek the same sleep cue they went to sleep with. It is one of the things that make the Lulla Doll so different. White noise that is activated once the baby wakes and cries is too late. By then your little one has fully woken and it's really hard to come down from that. 

Lulla gets them when they are in the semi-responsive state and gives them the confidence to self settle themselves when they hear her reassuring heartbeat and breathing, just like they would do when they co-sleep on you or with you.

Yes it can. Although, when using motion sensor pads, such as Angel Care, we recommend that the sensitivity is tested with the doll alone, where it will be situated with the baby during sleep. 

Lulla emits sounds of a heart beating which generates small movements. This can be detected by motion sensor pads if they are set to the highest sensitivity and the doll is situated directly on the sensor pad. 

However, pediatric guidelines recommend to parents to not have anything loose in the baby's sleep environment before the age of 12 months. Therefore, the Lulla doll has velcro straps and can be attached to the crib or be placed outside the crib

No, we don't have a money back guarantee.

Just like most products that aim to solve a problem, there are never guarantees. The Lulla Doll might not work for everyone. Please read more about our refund policy here.


Sometimes it takes a while for the baby to get used to the doll. In that case please contact us and we can give you recommendations on how to introduce Lulla to your baby.

Please visit our Customer Care pages for shipping and returns information.

Check this:

Did you initially remove the plastic strip attached to the battery compartment? ok great, what about... Did you hold the heart-shaped button down for two seconds to activate the sound? nothing happening?... Does she need a new set of batteries? still not working..hmmm... Please try another fresh set of batteries - you could be dealing with bad batteries. And finally... Try to roll your finger over the new batteries, moving them a little. This could help the springs that touch the negative side of the batteries catch their grip.

If nothing works please contact us here.

Our warranty is 6 month for faulty dolls and 12 months for faulty sound units.

If your doll is in the warranty period please send us proof of purchase and return the faulty item to us and we will send you a new one.

Batteries are included and the doll uses two AA batteries.

Does she need a new set of batteries? still not working..hmmm...Please try another fresh set of batteries- you could be dealing with bad batteriesAnd finally.... Try to roll your finger over the new batteries, moving them a little. This could help the springs that touch the negative side of the batteries catch their grip. 

If nothing works, please contact us.

Our warranty is 6 months for faulty dolls and 12 months for faulty sound units.

If your doll is in the warranty period please send us proof of purchase and return the faulty item to us and we will send you a new one.

Rechargeable batteries can be bigger in size and some brand types might not fit the sound unit. Good quality brands that do fit the Lulla doll sound unit are for example Eneloop and Ikea rechargeable batteries.

The Lulla doll sound unit can use both alkaline and rechargeable. Do not use Lithium batteries.