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August 27, 2020 2 min read

Would you like to know how to safely adjust your baby's temperature in the middle of the night and not wake them up?

It's the middle of the night and the temperature is dropping, you pull your doona up over you....and then you hear your baby stirring next door.  Immediately you are thinking that they're probably cold too but what can you do?  You don't want to put blankets on them because you've read about that being dangerous and going in and putting them in a thicker sleeping bag would mean waking them up and that isn't a good option either!

We know that this dilemma can be the cause of much matrimonial tension, because we've been there...

The SmartSnugg range of attachable TOG rated baby sleeping blankets were invented to solve this exact problem.

Our SmartBlankets attach to our SmartSleepers (sleeping bags) of the same size.  Currently our range is (0-3 months, 3-12 months & 8-24 months).   All of our SmartBlankets and SmartSleepers come in three TOG rated options (0.5, 1.0 & 2.5) which means that you can easily transform the effective TOG rating by combing two separately TOG rated layers, allowing you to get way more use of your sleeping bags.  In a moment you can transform you humble 1.0 TOG SmartSleeper into a super 1.5 TOG, 2.0 TOG or even a super cosy 3.5 TOG SmartSleeper!

Unlike normal loose blankets blankets, SmartBlankets are securely attached to your child's SmartSleeper.  There are four anchor points and a foot pouch so that there is no risk of the blankets coming loose and posing a danger to your child. We've tested these extensively over the last 12 months to make it as easy as possible to add or remove a layer, even when your child is sleeping.  We can't promise that your child will never wake up when you're switching a blanket but our product testers have told us that they can often pop a blanket on their child without them waking

Because all of our products are TOG rated (certified in Australia), we will 100% stand behind those ratings and we can tell you how much difference each layer will make to the temperature inside your child's sleeping bag.  We will give you this information so that when you are deciding whether to add 0.5, 1.0 or 2.5 TOG layers you'll know exactly how much you'll be increasing the temperature within your child's SmartSleeper (for more information about how we do this check out articles on our blog about the SmartSnugg Clothing Recommendation Assistant).

We know that while most parents will want some help to keep their child warm and comfortable throughout the night, not all of them will want a technology dependent solution. So we designed our Baby Sleeping System to make the tech optional, you can buy SmartSleepers and SmartBlankets with or without the SmartSnugg monitoring system and if you buy it without the tech you can always add the tech in later if you like to.

Check out our range of SmartSleepers and our SmarBlankets.



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