*OFFER NOW CLOSED*
Calling for 5 people to trial the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap from Lifestyle Parenting!
See below for more details and for reviewer criteria.
The world’s most flexible baby wrap for home and away: helps give baby a restful, quality sleep & keeps baby safe from preventable injuries including falls, suffocation & overheating. Perfect for co-sleeping twins to prevent babies from rolling into each other. It is high quality, 100% specific cotton weave, is double layered & chemical-free for maximum breathability.
While asleep, baby is safer from:
The Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywraps provide a cosy, comfortable feeling of security for babies. Baby sleeps more safely anywhere there is a mattress or a bed. Fits standard bedding worldwide. Will last up to four years.
- The risks of tummy sleeping
- Potentially dangerous downward creeping underneath blankets
- Forward creeping, jamming against a hard surface or into a corner
- Limbs becoming jammed in cot/crib bars
- Standing, climbing, falling even from low cot/crib settings
- The risk of rolling off a bed
- Becoming too hot or too cold
It is washable, lightweight, compact and portable when visiting, travelling, boating & holidaying.
RRP - $99.95
Reviewers will need to meet the following criteria –
- you have a child up to 36 months old.
- you have to be able to use this product and write a review (at least 50 words long) by Thursday 23rd of May.
- you are a member of our Reviewer Panel (you can join up - info here)
- your Reviewer Panel details are up-to-date with your current address
- you live in Australia
- write in this thread and tell us why we should select you
- please confirm that the address you have entered into the Reviewer Panel details of your profile are currently correct by writing 'address is correct' in your application. If you do not do this, your application will not be consideredWe'll be selecting 5 reviewers from all the posts made by 10 am (Brissie time) MONDAY 6th of May!
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02-05-2013 14:20 #1
We need 5 people to review the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap!
Last edited by BH-community; 06-05-2013 at 09:16.
02-05-2013 14:28 #2
Address is correct, my 20mo son always kicks his blankets off and gets cold at night as we live in a very cold climate, I have been looking for something similar, yet to find something affordable that is big enough for him
Mumma to Connor James - 25/8/2011
And Sophia Rachel due - 24/8/2013
02-05-2013 14:36 #3-
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- Jan 2013
I would love to review this. Paranoid first time Mum here! My DD (5 mths) kicks/wriggles the blankets off all time and when I check her she's cold. She doesn't like normal style wraps as she's a thumb sucker.
My address is correct.
02-05-2013 14:40 #4
Pick me please. I have a 7 week old that is rolling onto her side & kicks her blankets off as well as throwing her arms around. My address is correct.
02-05-2013 14:46 #5
I'd love to try it for my god daughter who just turned 18 months. She always kicks her blankets off and as its getting cooler, the cool air makes her wake up multiple times a night
Address is correct :-)
02-05-2013 14:50 #6
Dd Is 23 months old forever kicking her blankets off ad falling out of bed would love to try It address is correct
Me (21) DH (25) DS (4) DD (2)
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02-05-2013 15:16 #7
Oh yes please!
5mo DD is forever unswaddling herself and wriggling up the top of the cot, banging her head and waking up.
Address is correct.
02-05-2013 15:37 #8
Pick me. Dd2 is 16 months old, kicks her blankets off all the time and constantly moves around in bed doing somersaults banging her head on her cot.
Address is correct
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02-05-2013 15:41 #9
Please pick me, this would be perfect for my little 10mth old 'Houdini' where our climate is too warm for lot's of blankets, but cool enough for her to be wrapped and would help her have a restful as opposed to rest-LESS sleep! (Address is correct).
02-05-2013 15:42 #10
I would love to try this for my 9month old baby girl because she does not wear blankets in her bed. She has learnt to roll and commando crawl recently so she ends up all around the cot & I'm always checking on her to make sure she is safe. She was born small & ever since then has proven how beautiful she is
Address is correct
Thank you so much.
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