"Brilliant product well worth the money…"
If your little one is anything like mine, they will kick and fidget a lot during the night meaning that their bedding gets tangled in their legs and sometimes comes off altogether. If this rings true for you, why not try a Slumbersac Baby Sleeping Bag?
Using a sleeping bag which has been specifically designed for babies ticks many boxes; it means that your baby will stay warm and comfy throughout the night, helps to regulate your baby’s temperature so they don’t get too hot ot too cold, and it can help them differentiate between night time sleeping and daytime sleeping (we only use the sleeping bag at night) and can help with the transition between moses basket and cot as it provides familiarity.
The sleeping bag is lined with 100% cotton. It looks and feels lovely and washed very well. The inside of the sleeping bag is made from a soft polyester fleece which also washes really well. Another great point about the Slumbersac Sleeping Bag is that it can be tumble dried on a low heat – big bonus in my eyes, especially in the winter!
I was surprised at just how long the sleeping bag was and was a little sceptical at first thinking it would get in the way but after I used it I realised just how handy all this extra space was. Isabella loves to kick her legs to get comfy and the room in this sleeping bag meant that she could kick and move without feeling restricted and managed to sleep really well.
This sleeping bag, unlike some others, doesn’t use poppers to fasten the sleeves; at first I thought this was a negative as I thought it would be more difficult to get on and take off but actually I think it is a positive. Not having poppers at the top means that there is no possibility that my little one can undo the sleeping bag when wriggling around and will therefore stay snug and warm all night long.
There are plenty of different designs to choose from as well as different tog ratings and you can even personalise the sleeping bag with a name for an additional £5.95. Unless buying this as a gift for a new mum or for an older child, (the sleeping bags go up to 2 years old) I don’t think I’d bother with the name. But for just £16.99, (size 2 tog rating 1.0) I think this product is brilliant and very purse friendly; I’d definitely use Slumbersac Sleeping Bags again.Read moreLess
"I was given this brand in a 0-6 month size…"
I was given this brand in a 0-6 month size and also a Jojo one in 0-6 month. My baby is 8 weeks old and i found that the Jojo one had too big a head whole.
The Slumber sac fitted great though. I did find that the poppers under the arms were a bit on the tight side but it did help in preventing the top half of the sac riding up near my babies face. A good buy and always on offer on thier website.Read moreLess
"I don't get on with the sleeping bags that have…"
I don't get on with the sleeping bags that have poppers on the shoulders - my son can kick his way out of them too easily. The ones with zips from top to bottom are best (not bottom to top - he can reach and un-do it).Read moreLess
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"i got 3 of the large size slumbersacs (up to…"
i got 3 of the large size slumbersacs (up to about age 3 i think they say) and i cannot fault them. i'm using them on my 2nd child now. they have weathered sick, poo etc etc, been washed and tumble dried countless times and they're still doing fine. i got 2 different styles, one is easier to do up (a simple zip that goes from top down) and one that's a bit of a faff (2way zip). but honestly, they're much cheaper that grobags and do just a great a job!Read moreLess
1 person found this review helpful.
"I have slumber sac and a grobag, really like both,…"
I have slumber sac and a grobag, really like both, definitely wouldn't pay a premium for a gro bag over the slumber sac. my slumbersac is a cotton waffle material and it seems really hard wearing and has washed well.Read moreLess
2 people found this review helpful.