Purflo Sleep Tight Baby Bed review

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Purflo Sleep Tight

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The Purflo is made of breathable mesh panels and materials that allow airflow around the baby to help them regulate their body temperature when lounging. It's soft to the touch so your little one can relax comfortably, with a firm flat base to provide support.

We spoke to these real parent testers to get their review...

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Price: £120

How did this product make your life easier?

Helen said: "This product was great, my baby found it very comfortable to be in. I was reassured that while in the Purflo he was safely contained and that this has been designed with his safety in mind, with a rigid bottom and breathable sides which are firm and not compressible."

Hannah said: "This product is great to have as a quick and more comfortable alternative for putting your baby on the floor whilst you quickly do something. It’s well-padded, soft, breathable for the baby. It is easy to travel with and comes with a bag which makes it easy to travel with whilst keeping it clean. The design is lovely. Haven’t tried cleaning it which I would assume is quite difficult and wouldn’t want to cover it."

Would you recommend this to other parents?

Denise said: "Excellent to let little one lie down in more portable places- on the sofa, living room floor, or when staying away from home. It's easy to wash the covers and has lovely designs. Baby seems to find it comfortable and assisted with the transition to other houses as he had a familiar place to rest when I put them down."

Roseanne said: "It is portable and the breathable mesh means it is safer than other sleep pods so yes I would recommend it for mums. I would recommend getting this in the early months, as it does not seem worthwhile introducing to an older baby (e.g. 4 months and older) if you haven't done so before."

Would you choose this product above all others on the market?

Helen said: "I would use this product above others as I find the construction reassuring in terms of safety. The rigid base and the breathable non-compressible sides do make this product seem like the safest choice available. I also liked that it was made of sustainable materials."

Hannah said: "It is roughly average in comparison in price which I wish could be cheaper as along with other items which you need for baby this is not on the priority list. Love the way it looks and how easy it is to move around. Robust enough to hold a baby safely."

What changes would you make to this product?

Amie said: "If I could change one thing about Sleep Tight Baby Bed, it would be to come with a spare cover for the price and more colours to select from. With the few colours available, I think this would but a few people off if they were going for a certain look or pattern. You could maybe add for an X amount of money stitching with babies name."

Roseanne said: "To be honest it is fit for purpose and there is not much I would change. It is quite big/wide so if it could be slimmed down in any way that might help. However, I'm not sure this would be possible if the manufacturers wanted to ensure it was still suitable for up to 8 months old. Overall it is a good product with little room for improvement."

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