Just like when they were in mummy’s tummy, our swaddle products help young babies to feel cosy and secure to improve the quality of their natural sleep. Wrapping or swaddling baby with their arms inside super soft fabric helps mimic the closeness of the womb and suppresses the startle reflex which can wake babies up.
This easy-to-use Snuggle sleep bag combines the comfort of swaddling with the ease-of-use of a baby sleep bag. Choose to swaddle your baby with arms in for total snugness or arms out as they grow by using the poppers on the sleeves.
Safer sleep is better sleep and preventing babies from overheating is an important part of safer sleep. Snuggle sleep bags are available in 1.0 and 2.5 Tog ratings (warmth ratings) so that you can dress your baby safely for the room temperature:
• 2.5 Tog: suitable for use all year round and for room temperatures between 14-20°C
• 1.0 Tog: ideal for use in warmer months or in rooms with temperatures between 20-24°C.
Choose from a variety of beautiful designs from our ‘every night’ to ‘luxury’ ranges. Please refer to our What to Wear guide to ensure you dress your baby in the correct clothing under our sleep bags.
Made from super soft, bamboo-rich fabric and our signature ALOEKIND™ lining, a unique cotton-blend infused with naturally soothing Aloe Vera, that’s soft and gentle on baby’s skin and perfect for a comfortable night’s sleep. Our 2.5 Tog and 3.5 Tog Snuggle sleep bags contain 100% recycled wadding which has obtained the OEKO-TEX® 100 class 1 certification and is guaranteed to be free from harmful chemicals, toxins and irritants.
Acknowledged by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a ‘healthy hip product’ as the hip-healthy design helps to ensure that baby’s legs can fall into a natural frog-legged position when sleeping which is important for correct hip development. The Snuggle can be easily unzipped from the bottom for a simple, speedy nappy change.
*85% of 320 parents agreed their baby slept better in a Grobag than in other bedding. Facebook survey, Aug 2018.