Summer Infant Slumber Buddy Elephant review

from Summer Infant
RRP  £38.83
Create a tranquil environment for your little one at bedtime with Summer Infant's Slumber Buddies. A calming starry sky display and a peaceful selection of sounds help relax and soothe baby to sleep. Features include five meditative songs and nature soun

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Summer Infant’s Slumber Buddy Elephant is a great night time pal for babies. Not only is it cuddly but includes a light projection feature (stars and moons) and plays a choice of three different lullabies as well as a variety of calming noises, water being one of them. The product could be improved by rotating the lights (the movement would keep little ones mesmerised for longer) and the sound function is quite loud even on the lowest setting (jarring rather than soothing) and in need of some adjustment.

With some minor amendments, the Slumber Buddy Elephant could turn from a ‘maybe’ into a ‘must have’.

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Product Information

  • 4 colour LED display options – blue, red, green, and all colours (light show)

  • 15, 30 and 45 minute auto shut off feature

  • 3 lullabies

  • Calming star and moon display

  • Adjustable low/medium/high volume

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