We are proud to present “Oscar The Whale” it combines our cute, cuddly design with a beautiful soothing whale sound piano track.
Designed for ages 2 to 102 🐳
How Oscar can be used for different age groups:
Ages 2-6: A soothing lullaby that will help to relax at bedtime and signal that it is time for sleep. Can be used as a tool for nap time or as a circuit breaker after a tantrum or bad mood. Their new cute cuddly best friend. A great travel buddy for kids to help them feel comfortable while they are out or have to travel.
Ages 6-12: Used as a tool to stop overthinking, anxiety, worrying thoughts, and as an alternative to devices at bedtime, replacing a device with Oscar, can help the brain naturally produce the melatonin that a screen will inhibit.
Ages 12-20: A calming background noise that helps with study, relaxation, reducing stress, anxiety and helps with concentration and learning abilities. Can improve memory and attention span. A perfect background track to use for meditation, yoga, and creative or academic pursuits.
Ages 20+: For adults, Oscar can be used to assist with meditation, for relaxation, used in the office or at home, soothing night time or sleep routine. Helps with insomnia, anxiety, negative thought patterns, bad dreams, environment noise etc.
If you or someone you know has used and loved our iconic Meditate Monkey, you’re going to love Oscar!
How to use Oscar:
Press the Love heart on the tail to start the track. Press again to pause the track.. Press twice to start from the beginning. Includes Volume control – +
Oscar’s track has been described as great for sleeping, studying, relaxation, and overall amazing healing music.
Reviews for this track include:
- Amazing calming music. I relaxed my mind after a few minutes!
- This track has been putting me to sleep within 5 mins every night for the last week. Gotta say, great mix of the whales and piano in the background
- This gets my baby to sleep so fast!!
- I can relax to this forever!
Requires 3x AAA batteries. Small screw-driver entry. Small parts.
Track produced by Mark Reynolds To further check out Mark’s music: http://prismaticmantis.bandcamp.com/