Baby Boum Unisex Baby Super Soft 2.3 Tog Car Seat Sleeping Bag Jumpsuit In Softy Check For 0 - 9 Months sky Blue/ White

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  • Fully safety tested to British Standards BS8510, this item is 2.3 tog and perfect for room temperatures of 16-20 degrees
  • Sleeping bag for night and a jumpsuit for mornings and evenings, made from a breathable and climatic micro polar fleece material
  • 155POLUX63
  • With anti-pill treatment to prevent bobbling, this garment can be machine washed at 30 degrees and tumble dried on a low heat
  • Includes sleeves, unlike many other sleeping bags on the market and perfect for our colder winter months.
  • Gorgeous European design - sleeping bags in 4 different sizes, hooded ponchos, blankets, camping bags and matching booties in a sumptuous polar fleece

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  • Boxed-product Dimensions: 42.2 x 28.6 x 10.6 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 340 g
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  • Item model number: 155POLUX63
  • ASIN: B005INI1G4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 Aug. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 684,229 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)

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Product Description

Getting a good night's sleep is so precious for new parents and Baby Boum is there to help baby sleep well. Baby sleeping bags are an essential aid as they stop baby kicking off their covers and crying when they get cold, keeping them at the right temperature and stop them slipping down under the covers and covering their face - a worry for all parents. These 2.3 tog winter sleeping bags are made from a soft and breathable sumptuous and snuggly fleece material, fully tested to British Standard 5085. These sleeping bags are different to the traditional sleeping bag in that they hold a two-way zip mechanism at the bottom of the bag, which allows you to use the suit as a sleeping bag but also zip into a jumpsuit. The legs allow you to pop baby into their highchair, stroller or car seat comfortably while keeping them warm. They also feature cuffs in the bottom so toddlers can toddle safely in the jumpsuit format. The 0-9 month size also features a download front zip with chin guard and sleeves. No need for a dressing gown which many toddlers don't like and it's perfect for highchairs, car seats and buggies as the harness goes through the legs leaving baby comfortable.

Originating from Europe, Baby Boum has numerous designs and colours within their collections - from sleeping bags and bibs to booties and bedding, there is something for every little prince or princess.

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1 x sleeping bag


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Colour Name: Sky Blue/ WhiteSize: 0 - 9 Months
This baby grobag is ideal fir travelling in the car and placing baby in rocker/ high chairs. We use this when travelling from relatives at night and as it is so soft and cosy our baby loves to snuggle up in it and is not disturbed when transferring from car to bed, very practical. as the zips alternate it can be used as a normal grobag aswell. Excellent product and I will be buying more in he future
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