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Every element of your Grobag baby sleeping bag has been carefully designed to make it as safe and comfortable as possible.
Grobag are the leaders in baby sleeping bags, constantly working to innovate and improve both safety and function.
You can start using your Grobag baby sleeping bag once your baby weights just 8.8lbs.
|Approx age||Min child weight||Max child length||Grobag length|
|0-6 months||8.8lbs/4kgs*||68cm / 27"||76cm|
|6-18 months||18lbs/8kgs||86cm / 34"||95cm|
|18-36 months||24lbs/11.5kgs||98cm / 39"||110cm|
A tog measurement is a European warmth rating: the higher the tog, the warmer the product. Grobag baby sleeping bags are available in three tog ratings:
|2.5 tog||Ideal for standard nursery temperatures of 16-20°C (61-69°F)|
|1.0 tog||Use during warmer weather and in nurseries of 20-24°C (69-73°F)|
|0.5 tog||For hot weather and very warm nursery environments over 24-27°C (73-80°F)|
The table below shows guidelines for the amount of clothing for your baby and the correct tog of Grobag baby sleeping bag that should be used in different nursery temperatures.
|2.5 tog||1.0 tog||0.5 tog|
|16°C (61°F)||Long-sleeved bodysuit & sleepsuit/pyjama set|
|18°C (65°F)||Long-sleeved bodysuit & pyjama top|
|20°C (69°F)||Long-sleeved bodysuit||Long-sleeved bodysauit & pyjama top|
|22°C (71°F)||Long-sleeved bodysuit|
|24°C (75°F)||Short-sleeved bodysuit|
|26°C (79°F)||Short sleeved bodysuit or just a nappy|
Long or short sleeved bodysuits - these are cotton body-vests with popper fastenings at the crotch. Ideal for keeping a nappy in place and for allowing baby to kick bare-legged in a Grobag.
Sleepsuit - an all-in-one cotton suit usually with popper openings up the front and legs. Some have enclosed feet, and some have ankle cuffs. A two-piece pyjama set will provide a similar level of warmth to a sleepsuit.
Pyjama top - layering a cotton pyjama top, (or cotton long sleeved top) over a long-sleeved bodysuit provides a double layer on your babies arms. Add pyjama bottoms for extra warmth, or for playtime between bath and bedtime.
When the temperature is cooler, a pair of socks and a further long-sleeved top can be added. Do not worry if your babies hands or feet feel cool. This is normal as long as the stomach area is warm and comfortable. Never place your baby to sleep in a hat or hood. Layering extra clothing instead of adding blankets eliminates the dangers associated with loose bedding and allows your baby freedom of movement around the cot.