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Rated 5 out of 5 by MrsJLC A Great Buy
I bought this for my second child as the traditional parasol sunshade did not fit my new pram. This is a great product. I don't need to worry about my little one getting sunburnt and she can still watch the world go by. The added feature of being able to make it nice and dark to encourage sleep is brilliant as my girl is super nosey when out and about. It's really easy to use and fits any style and size of pram! It may seem a little expensive, but I think it is more than worth it - Highly recommend.
16 August 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ktwalters25 must have item
'The SnoozeShade Plus'- a great buy!
I thought this was a great product. I had heard of it before, and thought the concept of it was brilliant. Not just because it protects the children from the sun, but also because it acts as a black out, so the brightness of the sun therefore doesnt affect the child and they can go to sleep if they want to. I have been out with my son in the puschair, and when its sunny the hood doesnt pull down far enough to act as a good enough barrier from the sun, so it still gets in my sons face, and he may be tired but can't sleep as the sun is bright. I have tried a parasol, which never seemed to stay at the exact angle I wanted it to, and tried draping blankets over the puschair hood, which either get in my sons face or just don't stop the son getting in his eyes.
I have a silvercross 3d puschair, which is a travel system, and it easily fit onto my puschair. My friend has a Cosatto stroller, and she also used it, and it fit on hers too, so it is definately universal. Once out of the packet, it took seconds to attatch to the puschair, fastening with the velcro.
I really liked the fact that my son could see out of it, when I rolled the blackout panel down, as I know he wouldn't have liked not being able to see when he was still awake. I also thought it was a good idea having a zip on the front, so I could easily check on my son, without having to lift the whole thing up.
Once it was attatched to my pushchair, it looked good, as if it was something that came with my puschair, and as it is black it will go with any design/colour pushchair.
I will also use the SnoozeShade plus in the winter, as it will act as protection from the cold as well.
I would definately recommend this, it is so simple, yet very effective, its easy to use, and I no longer have to worry about the sun stopping my son from sleeping when out, or getting in his face.
I love it, and have told lots of my friends about it; some of who have tried it out. It is a must have item and a brilliant idea
29 August 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by babyfacej6 Highly recommend
The SnoozeShade Plus is a fabulous product and I highly recommend it.
I must admit when I first took it out the packet I thought to myself no way is my 20 month old son going to allow me to put this on his pushchair for me to even see if it works. It’s made of lovely light weight material with the added bonus of being able to use it as a sunshade as it blocks out upto 98% of UV.
I first used this on my cosatto yo when we took our son to Nottinghill Carnival and I was taking it more to use as a sunshade as I didn’t believe in a million years that my son would be able to sleep through all that noise. It was quite a hot day so put my son in his pushchair and attached the SnoozeShade Plus – which was very simple to do with the Velcro straps – the product has a large viewing pane so after the inital struggle with my son he was happy to look out and still the see the parade. I was surprised that despite all the noise my son soon fell asleep and I just zipped up the viewing pane and he was content to sleep for a few hours. It was nice to see that despite the SnoozeShade Plus being black he was not sweaty when he woke up.
I tried this product on my quinny zapp xtra and graco pushchairs and it also fits them nicely, this is a must have product for any parent who struggles to get their child to sleep in the pushchair and doesn’t want to feel restricted on being able to go out around nap times.
28 August 2012