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Babies and toddlers benefit from a better night’s sleep at a constant temperature, while parents can rest assured too in the knowledge their children are sleeping safely. Slumbersac sleep bags can be easily washed and dried and can be taken with the child for overnight stays.
Comfort and durability
All our baby sleeping bags are of exceptional quality and are exclusively designed for Slumbersac. Made with 100% cotton and lined with 100% pure cotton, they are all rigorously tested and can be both machine-washed and tumble-dried. The filling is made from quick dry soft polyester fleece, which helps to prevent allergies and stops the sleeping bag losing shape and becoming 'lumpy'.
Better for baby
Research shows that when using conventional bedding babies tend to get too hot or too cold. Slumbersac baby sleep bags ensure babies remain at a constant temperature and eliminate the need for any other top covers. Simply put your baby into his sleep sack when he is ready for bed and then pop him into a Moses basket or cot. Do not use any blankets or duvets. Staying within the sleep sack minimises disruption when feeding during the night, and being snug also means they are more likely to go back to sleep if they do wake up unexpectedly.
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