Baa Baby All Style Sheepskin Pram Liner at a glance:
Baa Baby's sheepskin Pram Style Liners are hand cut from a single fleece of luxurious New Zealand merino sheepskin, making a snuggly soft addition for your buggy, pram or carrycot. Naturally thermostatic, sheepskin pram liners keep your little one warm in winter and cool in summer so offer perfect soothing comfort all year round.
We spoke to these real parent testers to get their review...
How did this product make your life easier?
Michaela: It's definitely a great product and is so comfy and perfect for the colder weather, my daughter loves snuggling into it in her pram. Its very easy to fit and goes in just like any other pram liner. Not a must have but if you can afford it definitely go for it.
Sherelle: I love how easily this fits to my son's pushchair. I would normally use a blanket which would not stay in place when my son moves around in the chair and it would then be all scrunched up behind his back. There is none of that with this as it has holes to put the straps through to keep it all in place. Once it's all strapped in we are good to go and there is no need to remove it as it doesn't restrict me from folding the pushchair down when I need to put it in my car boot.
Verity: The product keeps my baby comfortable in his pushchair which means he stays in it longer when we are out for the day. I have another child and it makes my life easier as a mum to have my hands free to help my older child while the baby is not mobile. The pram liner makes the pushchair much more comfortable for him and keeps him cool on the warmer days and warm on the cold days.
Would you recommend this to other parents?
Deepa: It is something that is both practical and stylish to use. It is very soft and cosy, exactly what a baby needs to feel warm and snug in a pram without getting too hot. It is also a luxury item to spoil yourself and your child to make the pram extra cosy for the baby. I like that the sheepskin is not dyed and that it is an all natural product. It is breathable not like synthetic fibres which I prefer my baby to be using The design and look of the pram liner is very high end, and it is something that is not going to fall out of fashion. The colours are classic and will last a very long time. I also like that it has a universal fit for most 3 point harness prams so you know that it will fit your pram when purchasing. I like that it is hand cut in the UK and that it is using the best merino wool which you can tell in the thickness and softness of the product. I loved running my hands through it before fixing it into the pram. I will be using this product for a long time to come.
Angela: I think the main selling point is how snug your little one would be. I think it’s great that you can choose a colour to suit your buggy or style. I chose the honey one and I have had so many comments from other parents. I also think it’s a great gift idea, though at the higher end of price, it’s an item that can be used for many months/years and it will never out grow your buggy. It is a little bulky when rolled up but I think that it reflects the quality and luxurious of the product.
Martina: I'd recommend it based on the quality. It is extremely soft. It's easy to use and despite being advised that it shouldn't be washed often, when I did wash it with the recommended wool wash, it came out well (though it was very slow to dry). It looks very cosy for the baby and looks nice in the pushchair.
Would you choose this product above all others on the market?
Jennie: The pram liner is so soft, snuggly and looks great it is hard not to fall in love with it for your baby. It is also available in a wide range of colours and you can choose whether you prefer the sheepskin with shorn or long hair, allowing you to personalise to your own taste or match with your pram. I did not realise until I had this pram liner that it not only helps to keep your baby warm during the winter months but due to it being naturally thermostatic it helps to keep your baby cool in summer as well.
Laura: I would definitely chose this product again and would purchase it if I hadn’t received this one to test. Both myself, my husband and also the grandparents have said that it is definitely worth the retail price and we are constantly being asked where it is from when we are out on walks. Shame we didn’t have it for our first son!
Inese: The fact that it works with any pram or carrycot and is natural sheepskin (not synthetic) gives it a huge advantage and would be one criteria I would look at whilst comparing to similar products.
What changes would you make to this product?
Michaela: As fab as this product is, and it's super comfy for my daughter. I feel the price could be an issue for a lot of people and if there was a cheaper one I must admit I would choose that one over this one. The price could be an issue for the budgeting mum and the everyday mum especially in this climate.
Sherelle: I don't really have any faults with this product so I am finding it hard to think what I would change. Maybe you could add more colour choices. Also maybe add a cleaning product like a special wool cleaner with it so people can use the right product with it to keep it in the best quality condition.
Verity: The only thing I would change is the option to add a foot muff to the liner. They sell separate cosy toes/foot muffs on the website but this would make the pram liner useless during winter and would only be used when the weather gets warmer. Would be nice to have the option of buying an attachment to the liner to turn it into a foot muff rather then having to buy a whole separate foot muff.