This sleep bag had the softest material of all those we tested, and has a really luxurious, quality feel. The zip is front-fastening, but fairly well concealed, although some toddlers might manage to undo it. There are no poppers or adjustable features on this, though, so you can’t open it flat for easy access.
Tested by: Stacey Reeves, mum to Matilda, six weeks. She says:
“A lovely fabric that washes well – it’s so comfy, soft and snuggly. Great quality overall, but that’s reflected in the price tag. It’s unisex, which adds value as you can use it for subsequent babies, The print seems quite grown-up – it’s not a traditional ‘cutesy’ design. It’s straightforward to use, although shoulder fastenings would be much more practical.”
Tested by: Claire Quansah, mum to Isaac, 10 months. She says:
“This sleep bag oozes quality. It’s made from a super-soft muslin material with a stylish print – no cartoonish characters or alphabet prints here. It’s expensive, though, which puts me off a little, as
it’s not the best investment for a British summer. However, it’s perfect for taking away if you’re off on a hot summer holiday abroad.”
Tested by: Lindsay Moles, mum to Jacob, 18 months. She says:
“I found this really soft and lightweight. It’s easy to put on and take off, and the zip fastening is smooth. This sleep bag isn’t adjustable, though, so I couldn’t alter it to give a good fit for my son. In fact he managed to wriggle out of it completely. It’s relatively expensive compared to other bags I tried, and I don’t think this represents good value for money.”