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Health experts suggest that babies who get too hot are at an increased risk of cot death. Getting a room thermometer will help you create a safer sleep environment for your baby.
The correct room temperature is vital for creating a safe sleeping environment for baby.
Health professionals recommend that the room that your baby sleeps in should be maintained at 16–20°C to help reduce the risk of cot death.
The innovative GroEgg2 changes colour to let you know at a glance whether the temperature of a room is too low, too high or just right, helping you maintain a safe sleeping environment for your baby.
As an added bonus it even works well as a gentle night light.
A yellow glow suggests a comfortable temperature for children to sleep in, whilst a blue glow suggests it’s too cold and a red glow suggests it’s too warm. The colours act as a reminder for you to cool or heat the room and to modify the baby’s clothing to a different tog ratings on their sleepwear.
We love the clasic GroEgg, but lets be honest…
Our upgraded version is a whole lot sleeker and will look extremley stylish in your little one's nursery.
Here are some of the other changes between the GroEgg and the GroEgg2.
|•||Digital thermometer with premanent 'back-lit' LCD readout|
|Digital thermometer with permanent lit LCD readout||•|
|•||Gentle night light||•|
|•||Colour coded system making it easy for parents to keep baby comfy||•|
|Soft touch silicone dome||•|
|•||Compact and east to take on your travels||•|
|•||USB powered (adaptor included)||•|
|Standard UK mains power adaptor||•|
|•||Conforms to highest applicable British and European Standards||•|
Within our range of sleepwear options, we also have a variety of tog ratings available!
Learn more about what to dress your little one in for bed on out What to Wear page.