Red Castle’s Babynomade - A Must Have Multi-Use Baby Blanket
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Car Seats and Accessories
Location
France
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INTRODUCING Red Castle’s Babynomade – An essential travel accessory for parents, this super soft, multi-use baby blanket will keep little one snug as a bug, whether in a car seat, carrycot, stroller or simply in their parent’s arms.

This perfectly practical blanket makes it super easy for parents to wrap their baby up quickly and easily and is a safe and convenient alternative to bulky winter coats or snow suits when travelling in the car.

Its clever sleeveless, enveloping design features a hood to keep baby’s head warm, whilst its side flaps wrap over the body, leaving two little ‘pockets’, perfect for tiny feet. 

Perfect for parents taking their newborn home straight from hospital, it can be used in a car seat or stroller – thanks to its rear-harness slots. PLUS, its inner waist belt and Velcro closing means that it won’t keep coming undone, keeping baby completely comfortable and secure. Available in four different ranges, Fleur de Coton, Single Fleece, Double Fleece, plus Protect, which shield’s baby against extreme weather conditions, including wind, rain and snow with its rain resistant fabric and warm synthetic fur lining.

There is a Red Castle Babynomade for any season. 

Features and benefits:

Enveloping hood allows bay to be swaddled easily.

Rear harness slots making it car seat and stroller compatible.

Inner waist band

Velcro closure

Reversable zip closure

Two side flaps to open wide

About Red Castle

Red Castle is committed to creating products of the highest quality, with a child’s wellbeing and safety at its core.  

Red Castle’s hero product, the ergonomic Cocoonababy® cocoon was originally designed for premature babies in hospital neonatal units. This product has evolved and now exists in a size for full-term babies. It is used in a great many homes by thousands of parents as well as in maternity clinics and hospitals, helping babies adapt to life outside the womb.

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