Proudly New Zealand Designed, Owned & Operated The Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap is the best, practical, more versatile and economical safety swaddle for home and away |

How to use the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap Babywrap

THE ONLY INDEPENDENTALLY HOSPITAL CLINICALLY PROVEN SLEEPWRAP BABYWRAP Since 1992.

This is a Sleepwrap babywrap designed to be used with loving, nurturing, trust-building parenting skills. 

Choose your Sleepwrap size according to the babies bed size you are using. 

Safer, more comfortable and restful sleep for babies newborn to 2years old.

NB: IT IS IMPORTANT TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW THE VERY SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS.

1. Wrap the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywrap very tightly around a good quality mattress but NEVER tightly around baby…just snug around baby’s torso; right up underneath armpits, allowing a flat hand between baby and wrap.

The tighter that the main wrap is around a good quality mattress, the more flexibility there will be for baby in the 'baby wrap' part and the better the Sleepwrap will work.

It is helpful to tighten this main mattress wrap part before each sleep.

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Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywrap Testing, Trialing/Safety Compliance, Product History and Medical Facts

Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywrap Testing, Trialing/Safety Compliance, Product History and Medical Facts

Successfully on the market since 1992 with no reported fatalities or injuries 

Hospital Clinically trialed and proven see The New Zealand Medical Journal https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0223/2655/files/NZ_Medical_Journal_Tristan_version.pdf?1306  

Scientific fabric testing see http://www.safetsleep.com/pages/testing-trialing-fabric-testing

EU and USA Requirements have been met.

US Consumer Product Safety

Complies: US code of Federal Regulations 16CFR 1303 and US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act HR 4040

According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, every year, approximately 26 children die from injuries sustained in cots/cribs and more than 11,500 children require hospital treatment for preventable cot/crib-related injuries!

 

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