2 in 1 Sleepsuit converts from a standard sleeping bag to a sleepsuit! The ergoPouch organic cotton sleepsuit bag is the ultimate in baby sleeping versatility. Just like the ergoCocoon transitions from swaddle to sleeping bag, the ergoPouch Sleepsuit Bag transitions from a conventional baby sleeping bag to a sleepsuit when your child is ready. This makes life so easy when you want your little one to be independent and mobile, but still want all the advantages that come with a sleeping bag.
Ideally suited for room temperatures 17 - 23 degrees, the ergoPouch Sleepsuit Bag is made from breathable organic cotton. This means a more comfortable and deeper sleep for babies aged 2 to 36 months. Using a sleeping bag is also safer for baby, with swaddles and sleeping bags such as the ergoPouch Sleepsuit Bag having played a huge part in the reduction of SIDs deaths by over 85% since 1991.
Like all ergoPouch products, the ergoPouch Sleepsuit Bag is made from all natural fibres which help regulate temperature throughout the night. This means less chance of overheating and a longer more comfortable sleep. As an organic product, the ergoPouch Sleepsuit Bag is also perfect for babies with sensitive skin or who suffer from allergies.
TOG Rating: 2.5 TOG which is perfect for winter weather and room temperatures 17 - 23 degrees.
http://www.ergopouch.com.au . Give your baby a good & safe night sleep with the right Ergo Pouch sleeping bag. ErgoPouch sleeping bags are available in natural fibres, such as alpaca, bamboo and organic cotton. With a slimline fit and unique stretch inserts in the shoulders and sides, it allows the baby to move freely and reduce entanglement. With stretchable shoulder and sides, this bag gives your little sweetheart a peaceful sleep and maintains their body temperature, making them warm but not overheated. Ergo sleeping bags are TOG rated for different room temperatures. Available in 4 different weighs and three different sizes these Ergo sleeping bags are sure to bring your darling a lot of good night sleeps. Video produced by http://www.creativa.com.au