SnoozeShade® is the simple and secure alternative to draping coats and blankets over prams
and pushchairs to help babies sleep wherever they are. It's great for
holidays, in restaurants or anytime when baby's naptime overlaps with being out.
SnoozeShade® is the UK’s first blackout blind for baby prams,
buggies and pushchairs, created by a
British mother specifically to help babies get the sleep they need when they’re
out and about.
Suitable for use from birth, it moves easily from pram to pushchair as
your child grows from newborn to toddler. With UPF50+ it can be used year-round
and a handy 'sneak-a-peek' front zip means you can quietly and easily check on
baby at any time.
SnoozeShade blocks out up to 94% of light and creates a shady,
well-ventilated environment for babies to sleep comfortably and cuts out visual
stimuli to encourage alert babies to nod off. This unique universal fit buggy
blackout blind uses Velcro straps to fit most single seat 3- and 4-wheel prams,
pushchairs, and buggies and rear-facing car seats with hoods. Its
patent-pending design works with flat-lying pram or upright pushchair modes. It
is not suitable for buggies with a double width hood.
SnoozeShade is small and highly portable, folding into a small bag that
can be popped in a handbag, in a pushchair's basket or hung off pram
‘We love mum-friendly ideas on Prima Baby –
SnoozeShade fits that brief perfectly. Light, neat, simple to use and
effective, it’s the sleeping-on-the-go solution mums and babies have been
waiting for!’ Alison Alexander, Consumer Editor, Prima Baby & Pregnancy and www.babyexpert.com
"SnoozeShade is a lovely product which enables
babies to get all of the benefits of a day time nap whilst they're on the move.
It provides a darkened, cosy environment which will encourage daytime sleep
even in babies who won't normally nap in the pram. Babies who are well rested
during the day are more likely to sleep better at night." Andrea Grace,
sleep expert for Mother & Baby Magazine and author of “Teach Yourself Baby
Our tester was impressed. She told us: ‘It’s very effective
at keeping out the light and screening the baby from interesting distractions.'
Her baby slept for twice as long as he usually would when in his buggy. It
even helped her baby get to sleep in the middle of a noisy toddler group. Which!
review - March 2010