Bambeano Baby Bean Bag review

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RRP  £44.99
Bambeano Baby Bean Bag

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Bambeano’s Baby Bean Bag is a hit with babies! It's comfortable, safe and washes well – the cover is waterproof and can be wiped clean as well as machine-washed. It assembles easily, is light and therefore easy to transport. An adjustable harness makes the bean bag suitable from birth.

The beans also offer support by being ‘plumped’ into an appropriate shape, enabling baby to lie down or sit up (a good position for little ones who suffer from wind or reflux), and the bag keeps shape even when weighed down.

The bean bag is made from a natural, breathable 100% cotton, as is the inner liner – keeping baby cool in hot weather. It comes in pastel shades (only) and is quite big but it is a multipurpose product, doubling up as a nursing pillow, a sofa cushion and, best of all, a fun chair for toddlers – sold with an additional cover to turn the baby bean bag into an older baby/toddler bean bag. Transferring beans from one bag to another is likely to get messy and it’s worth mentioning that the older babies get, the easier it is for them to wiggle out of the harness.

Nonetheless, the product’s longevity and superb quality makes it great value for money – something that once you’ve got, you won’t live without.

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