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Kura Organics Baby Wrap Review

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We know the advice about babies and toddlers not wearing thick coats in their car seats because of safety issues, but sometimes a blanket just doesn't feel like enough to keep them warm in the car on cold days. Consider a baby wrap - it's like a snuggly blanket, but designed to fit in your baby's car seat with holes for the harness straps to fit through. 

The Kura Organics baby wrap is beautifully soft and will keep your baby snug and warm on car journeys. It is designed to work with three- and five-point harnesses, and can be used in pushchairs as well as car seats. 

It is 100% organic cotton, super soft to touch with easy-to-use poppers, finished with coconut shell buttons. The geometric lining fabric is soft against little ones' sensitive skin. It's suitable from newborn to six months. 

Tester Sophie Knight, mum to Eli, said: "Wrapping my baby boy up in this was a pleasure, not just because it was so soft and cosy, but because it removed the worry about what to layer him up in for cold car journeys. It's always a challenge taking your baby out in cold weather, not wearing a coat in the car for safety reasons, but needing to quickly wrap him up when you get out - this baby wrap removes all that faff and wrestling. I'd recommend this to all new mums especially if your baby is born in autumn or winter!" 

Available in grey, pink, and blue. 

Product Information

Safety tested 
100% GOTS certified organic cotton
Quick and easy to use
Comfortable, safe and breathable
3 and 5 point harness friendly
Fits most travel systems
Machine washable

  • Author: Sophie Knight Sophie Knight
  • Job Title: Contributing Editor

Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited before moving on to write about family cars for - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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