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The ergoPouch Baby Tuck Sheet is a TOG-rated, safe blanket alternative for baby, suitable from birth. Designed to use over the top of a swaddle or sleep sack, this newborn bassinet sheet is a firm-fitting mattress sleeve that provides added security and comfort for a new baby during sleep. Each side of the Baby Tuck Sheet is TOG-rated; simply flip the newborn sheet over to adjust the warmth and follow their Temperature Guide (included) for help layering. The zips allow you to adjust to 2 levels of firmness (tightness), to find the perfect fit for your baby's size, or strength of startle reflex.
The ergoPouch Tuck Sheet has been stringently tested and approved as safe by leading independent infant safety organization INPAA. When using the right size for your baby's length and sleep environment (bassinet/crib), the Baby Tuck Sheet will not come up higher than mid-way up baby's chest following Red Nose safe sleep guidelines. Given the design of the product, the Tuck Sheet cannot become untucked from the mattress, be pulled up near baby's face, or be classified as loose bedding in any way, making it a safe blanket alternative for babies. If your baby does manage to get their legs out of the Tuck Sheet, it will simply lie flat on the mattress. Newborns who don't like to be swaddled may find the firmness of the Tuck Sheet comforting in lieu of sleeping with their arms in.
ergoPouch products are reviewed by the National Eczema Association as skin-friendly. All ergoPouch fabrics are dyed with non-toxic water based dyes, and come in trend-driven prints and colours to suit any nursery. All their prints are designed in-house.
Please do not use the ergoPouch Tuck Sheet once your baby shows signs of rolling over.
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