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Sleepyhead GRAND Pod £164 @ Duneln
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Sleepyhead GRAND Pod £164 @ Duneln

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Posted 10th Apr

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I really, really dislike these. You do not need them.
You really need to tell my OH that...whose looking to use it as a bed replacement till age 2.5
Blame the London housing crisis
I loved my deluxe one. My baby sleeps soundly in her crib with this. Anywhere else and her hands and legs are suddenly moving around, keeping her awake. This keeps her snug. So definitely will be buying this
user.name12 m ago

I really, really dislike these. You do not need them.


It's really really good to know that you dislike these. Some people may want them.
200 quid for just tube pillows?! tsk tsk.
metalheadkicks5 m ago

200 quid for just tube pillows?! tsk tsk.


Sounds crazy right ?

“ But £160 for a bed for three years sounds more comforting ... “

Says my OH
Being new to the new baby world, when my wife mentioned these, I agreed - and still agree that the price seems crazy. But - if they're more expensive than this normally, then this is a good deal. If people were looking for one - and this is the cheapest, then this a good deal. If a baby benefits from this then I'd imagine the seemingly ridiculous cost makes it worth its weight in gold... I voted hot.
Edited by: "the1stcoke" 10th Apr
"Pristine White" ? - jolly strange colour name

Perhaps "Grubby White" is a cheaper option?
HOW much??? I thought it was an adult one for that price
freccle8 m ago

HOW much??? I thought it was an adult one for that price

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Adult one? Depends how tall you are. This is quite large though
Do some googling
the1stcoke10/04/2019 11:33

Being new to the new baby world, when my wife mentioned these, I agreed - …Being new to the new baby world, when my wife mentioned these, I agreed - and still agree that the price seems crazy. But - if they're more expensive than this normally, then this is a good deal. If people were looking for one - and this is the cheapest, then this a good deal. If a baby benefits from this then I'd imagine the seemingly ridiculous cost makes it worth its weight in gold... I voted hot.



Dont buy it! Its a waste of money. Get one of these instead, they are just as good.

The baby will grow out of it before you know it (probably 14 weeks). Our baby is 7-8 weeks and grown out of the standard sized one as they normally fling their arms out.

Why spend £100s on something you will use no longer than 14 weeks max. Ours was £30. And could sell for £15-20 second hand if your bothered.

I think the standard sleepyhead is smaller also... the grand is slighly bigger, but not to justify the spend.

ebay.co.uk/itm…649
We had both sizes (gifted) and we tried with and without. The products worked for us but I'm sure a cheaper version would as well. Why wouldn't they?
user.name27 m ago

https://www.lullabytrust.org.uk/the-lullaby-trust-issues-warning-about-some-popular-baby-sleeping-products-sold-in-high-street-stores/


I was about to share the same link
Dangerous and unnecessary.

They are not meant for use when a baby is unsupervised (no overnight sleeping). They aren't made of breathable material so if your baby rolls over onto the side/base they could suffocate.

I wish these things would be banned.
bamhicks10th Apr

Dont buy it! Its a waste of money. Get one of these instead, they are just …Dont buy it! Its a waste of money. Get one of these instead, they are just as good. The baby will grow out of it before you know it (probably 14 weeks). Our baby is 7-8 weeks and grown out of the standard sized one as they normally fling their arms out. Why spend £100s on something you will use no longer than 14 weeks max. Ours was £30. And could sell for £15-20 second hand if your bothered. I think the standard sleepyhead is smaller also... the grand is slighly bigger, but not to justify the spend.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Baby-nest-cushion-soft-0-8-months-snuggly-Baby-sleeping-newborn-100-cotton/142958302587?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649


Our daughter was in the smaller Sleepyhead Deluxe until she was 10 months old. She is now in the Sleepyhead Grand, she has been for a little over a week, and she sleeps so well in both.
She wasn’t able to roll over in the Sleepyhead Deluxe until she was 8 months old (she was rolling around on the floor much earlier).
I would prefer the branded Sleepyhead in this case as a cheaper unbranded or homemade nest will not have had extensive testing to ensure it is fully breathable. With any product that isn’t a fully flat mattress there is a risk of suffocation so I would always choose a product that has been made to ensure this can’t happen.
I know that whenever these deals get posted they are voted cold, but this is a good price for the Sleepyhead Grand and it doesn’t really matter whether anyone thinks they are overpriced. If you want to buy one, this is a good price for a product that rarely gets discounted.
As for the Lullaby Trust warning, the Grand is suitable for babies 9 months to children aged 3 and the risk for SIDS is already much reduced at 9 months and their advice applies to babies, not toddlers so for the Sleepyhead Grand, it only applies to about 10% of the time it would be used. As parents we are always making (informed) decisions, we weigh up risks and benefits.
Many parents co-sleep which was not officially recommended by the Lullaby Trust but then just the other week, they issued guidelines for safe co-sleeping. Did co-sleeping just become safer? No. It has always been safe if done in a safe manner. So yes, Lullaby Trust advice should be followed but it isn’t set in stone for eternity. I haven’t found any evidence of any child suffocating in a Sleepyhead product so I decided that it was safe enough given that she sleeps next to me and has every night since she was born, I breastfeed, she uses a dummy to sleep, I don’t drink or smoke etc. SIDS is not fully understood and even if a baby sleeps on a flat mattress in an empty crib, a small risk remains.
singer230610th Apr

Dangerous and unnecessary.They are not meant for use when a baby is …Dangerous and unnecessary.They are not meant for use when a baby is unsupervised (no overnight sleeping). They aren't made of breathable material so if your baby rolls over onto the side/base they could suffocate.I wish these things would be banned.


The genuine ones are breathable, or at least that's my understanding and why they cost so much apparently. It's the knock offs that used closed cell foam that were dangerous.
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