Grobag baby sleeping bags at Mothercare from £11.50 @ Mothercare
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Grobag baby sleeping bags at Mothercare from £11.50 @ Mothercare

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Found 5th Jan
Grobag baby sleeping bags on sale @ Mothercare

I was looking for extra warm grobag sleeping bags and found these on sale, but there's also lots more on offer (linked below)

3.5 tog grobags on sale at £11.50 and £12.50 won't be suitable for all as they recommended for room temps 12-15°C (54-59°F)
Much higher tog rating than most baby sleeping bags if your house gets colder over night

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This 3.5 tog Grobag offers a safe and comfy alternative to traditional sheets and blankets. It's perfect for wriggly babies who kick their covers off and it has a cosy tog rating for cold room temperatures.


Features and benefits for Grobag Hibernate Sleeping Bag 3.5 Tog
  • Grobag sleeping bag
  • Soft cotton fabric
  • Side zip for easy access for changing
  • Cosy 3.5 tog rating for cold rooms with a temperature between 12-15°C (54-59°F)
  • 0-6 months is suitable for min child weight: 4kg / 8lb 13oz and max height:68cm / 27"
  • 6-18 months is suitable for min. child weight: 8.1kg / 18lb to max. child length: 86cm / 34"

Baby sleeping bags are perfect for little ones who kick off blankets in the night then wake up cold, needing you to tuck them back in. Featuring an adorable design, this sleeping bag by Grobag has a cosy 3.5 tog rating so it's perfect for colder room temperatures. It has a side zip and shoulder poppers for ease of nappy changes and dressing.

This Grobag also comes with a free nursery thermometer, allowing you to make sure your little one has the correct bedding to suit the temperature of their room.
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There is also 3.5 tog Twinkle Twinkle design in stock size 0-6 months at £11.50 from £39.00

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2.5 tog Riviera from £17.50 from £35.00

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2.5 tog Party Animals from £17.50 from £35.00


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2.5 tog Dolls House from £17.50 from £35.00


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Lots more available in the sale: mothercare.com/bed…t=0
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These are a con; babies grow just fine without them....
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These are a con; babies grow just fine without them....
a sleeping bag of 2.5 tog is essential for my baby to sleep, (because my windows are rubbish and i cannot keep the heat on all night)
amauk16 m ago

a sleeping bag of 2.5 tog is essential for my baby to sleep, (because my …a sleeping bag of 2.5 tog is essential for my baby to sleep, (because my windows are rubbish and i cannot keep the heat on all night)


I was of course joking and have used them in the early years....
I think my wife was interested in these. Let me consult with her
Does code "KABF" still work?
Plant your baby in the grobag, wait 15 years and..... presto! Adult!! Drink!!
PS cute!
I understand that all babies are different and some may prefer to snuggle in one of these
....but they are really not needed and pose a hazard to babies as they cannot self manage their body heat whilst in one. (Ie..Kick a blanket off).

Please do your research fully before considering one. Complete waste of money in my opinion.
mrselljay32 m ago

I understand that all babies are different and some may prefer to snuggle …I understand that all babies are different and some may prefer to snuggle in one of these....but they are really not needed and pose a hazard to babies as they cannot self manage their body heat whilst in one. (Ie..Kick a blanket off). Please do your research fully before considering one. Complete waste of money in my opinion.


I live in rural Scotland with log fires. My house drops to well below 12 degrees at night and with a 4 month old baby these are fantastic at keeping baby warm, whereas blankets get kicked off or baby can wriggle under them which can also pose a hazard. I've used them for all 3 of my kids and think they're great. A baby does not decide to kick a blanket off to self regulate their temperature, they do it as they wriggle. Maybe a complete waste of money in your opinion, but for many they are fantastic and if I didn't use them my baby would be freezing cold
afroylnt16 h, 25 m ago

These are a con; babies grow just fine without them....


Do they? I don’t think it’s worth taking the risk. Bought and heat added.

Anyone seen any offers on an accompanying irrigation system or lighting?
Invaluable for my son who constantly kicked off blankets and sheets, which was nothing to do with temperature regulation.
iz12345678913 h, 25 m ago

I think my wife was interested in these. Let me consult with her


Not sure they would come in her size though?
mummypatty5 h, 57 m ago

I live in rural Scotland with log fires. My house drops to well below 12 …I live in rural Scotland with log fires. My house drops to well below 12 degrees at night and with a 4 month old baby these are fantastic at keeping baby warm, whereas blankets get kicked off or baby can wriggle under them which can also pose a hazard. I've used them for all 3 of my kids and think they're great. A baby does not decide to kick a blanket off to self regulate their temperature, they do it as they wriggle. Maybe a complete waste of money in your opinion, but for many they are fantastic and if I didn't use them my baby would be freezing cold


And THAT is exactly why i say do your research first. A freezing cold house in Scotland is completely differant to a new build energy saver elsewhere.
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