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JJ Cole Infant Bundleme Urban Footmuff (Ice)

by JJ Cole

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  • Distinctively quilted outer and rich inner microsuede
  • Eliminates need for blankets and jackets
  • Removable top for easy temperature control
  • Machine washable
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Technical Details
Model NumberJUIBM
Item Weight780 g
Product Dimensions66 x 55.9 x 3.8 cm
Item model numberJUIBM
Target genderUnisex
Maximum Weight Recommendation9.5 Kilograms
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB0009RG8WS
Best Sellers Rank 6,936 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight816 g
Date First Available2 Jun. 2009
  
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The Urban BundleMe from JJ Cole Collections is the height of luxury and comfort for your young traveler. It has a beautiful soft cover and a rich chamois inner lining, not only will your little one feel warm and snug but they will also feel ultra comfortable too. As an added extra to the BundleMe it comes with an integrated pocket so you can keep any little essentials in there like their soother or a purse. Features Distinctively quilted outer shell rich chamois inner lining Hidden pocket for convenience Wind water resistant Machine washable Eliminates need for blankets jackets Crash tested - FMVSS 213 Allows safety straps to rest directly on child

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By Anetazat on 30 Dec. 2014
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I paid extra money to have iced colour but i have received still Gray that is not fair
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Amazon.com: 622 reviews
162 of 166 people found the following review helpful
Started with the Original Bundle Me-Like this better 3 April 2008
By K. Dubose - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Infant Verified Purchase
I started with the Original Bundle Me because I was using a friend's but she was also pregnant and needed hers back so I purchased this one and I like the JJ Cole Urban Bundle Me better. Here is why: the faux sherling on the original, was prone to pilling of the fabric and caught lint, hair and other debris. The original was heavier and a bit bulkier. I like the fabric of the Urban Bundle Me better. It's lighter weight and the exterior material wipes clean easier. Overall the product is great and does what it says, which is keep your baby warm. Having tried both the original and this Urban version, I like this better.
107 of 117 people found the following review helpful
City Mini Owners, Have No Fear! 6 Jan. 2011
By Heather Cameron - Published on Amazon.com
I loved the infant Urban BundleMe we used last winter, but my daughter was too long for it when I tried to reuse it earlier this winter. The bigger issue, though, was the fact that we upgraded to a City Mini stroller last April from our infant car seat/snap & go stroller set up we had last winter. The Urban BundleMe worked fabulously in our Graco SnugRide 32 car seat. After many attempts, however, I had to conclude that there was no way to install the Urban BundleMe in our City Mini without having to give up something else. You can either get the elastic strap over the back of the seat securely (by unsnapping and unvelcroing parts of the City Mini seat from the stroller frame), but then you lose the ability to recline the stroller's seat. Or, you can put the strap over the back of the seat just by pulling the seat forward and slipping the elastic over the back of it that way, but then it doesn't stay on well at all and the entire back of the BundleMe then keeps sliding down and bunching around your child's waist and hips in the stroller. I ended up spending a lot of time reading about various stroller buntings, trying to find one I liked as much as the Urban BundleMe, but that I could put in the City Mini stroller, recline the seat, and know it would stay put. I also didn't want it to cost too much more than the Urban BundleMe. I finally just decided I couldn't find anything that I was willing to give a try, and planned on sewing either velcro, or large snaps, or both on to the back of a Toddler BundleMe and on the back of our stroller seat, hoping that would do the trick.

My mom bought the Toddler Urban BundleMe for us for Christmas, and when I took it out of the package, I saw that they had made changes to it. The infant one I had was bought off my baby registry when I was halfway through my pregnancy...so, sometime in May of 2009, I received it. This Toddler one not only has the elastic strap in the back, but it also has extra quilted fabric at the top of the back half of the bunting. It's elasticized, and meant to be stretched over the top of the stroller seat. I don't know if that's just a new thing they've begun doing with ALL Urban BundleMes (infant *and* toddler), of if it's just exclusive to the toddler one, but whichever it is, that extra way to secure the bunting to the stroller seat WORKS. I never had to break out the velcro and the snaps. I simply pulled the back of the stroller seat forward, slipped the elastic strap over the back of it, and then also pulled the elasticized extra fabric over the top of the seat. I can recline the seat of my City Mini all the way when necessary, and the back of the Urban BundleMe stays securely attached. I'm so thrilled! I've also noticed that the interior is a softer, more velour-like material than what was in my old infant Urban BundleMe (which was also really nice, but this new fabric is even softer!).

I'm so glad I just decided to stick with the Urban BundleMe! I live in NYC and don't have a car, so having a way to keep my daughter warm and cozy in her stroller is essential. We use the subway nearly daily, and when there's no elevator to take (which is often, since NYC has such a terrible subway system), I can just take my daughter out of the stroller, keep the Urban BundleMe in the stroller, lift up the bottom of the BundleMe to find the folding mechanism on the City Mini, lift up the stroller and go. No dirty blanket dragging on the ground, and it's one less thing I have to hold while climbing the stairs. Soon after we get to the top, my daughter is tucked back into her BundleMe, warm and ready to go. On really cold days, I also use my stroller's rain cover. And there's plenty of room inside the Urban BundleMe to fit another blanket if I really think it's necessary. It's so wonderful to not be stuck indoors just because it's cold out. If anything, my daughter is much more comfortable than I am when we go out to run errands!
375 of 425 people found the following review helpful
Does not work with Baby Jogger or BOB 30 Nov. 2010
By S. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Toddler Verified Purchase
This is not a universal cover because it does not work with the 2 most common jogging strollers. The entire line of Baby Joggers (City Mini, City Elite) and BOB strollers have connected hoods/mesh to the back of the seat. You can not slip it around so it will never be secure. The company really needs to advertise that it absolutely must slip behind the back of the seat. Most common strollers it is okay but most jogging strollers (which I think is what you use the most outside) you can not use this item. Big disappointment. Hope this saves someone else from the hassle.
61 of 69 people found the following review helpful
Fits on Baby Jogger City Select 22 Nov. 2011
By fluwoebers - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I just bought the JJ Cole Urban Toddler Bundle Me in Ice. While researching, i wasn't able to find any reviews that showed that it fit the Baby Jogger City Select Seats. It FITS!!! So, you just remove the canopy, put it over the top (it fits nicely!) And you can put the canopy back on. Voila! When the foot rest of the BJCS seat is extended all the way, the bag comes just a little bit further. It fits the seat quite well and is so soft on the inside! I love it! Thought I'd help out all you BJCS Moms out there.
28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
doesn't fit well on the chicco keyfit, but it does keep her warm 7 Nov. 2011
By Casperina - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Infant
I don't know if it fits better on another brand of car seat, but the fit on the chicco keyfit, is all wonky, it doesn't cover all of the top, and it runs quite short. We were up in Conn. during a snowstorm over Halloween weekend recently, and being from VA, i wanted to make sure she stayed warm, so i got some tight and this to supplement what clothes i had with me to keep her warm. It did keep her warm, but it doesn't even go to the end of the car seat on either end, and my husband hates to try and buckle her in with it as he has a hard time find where straps have gone, its a good thing i don't think we will be using it long as shes over 6 months now. I posted pictures because i wanted to see how they fit before buying one initially, and nowhere did i find pictures of them on different brand seats.
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