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Topic: Bubaroo 2.5 tog polyester fill
Posted By: Kaz
Subject: Bubaroo 2.5 tog polyester fill
Date Posted: 02 Sep 2010 at 1:14pm
Hi Tizzie and ladies,
 
I was wondering about the 2.5 tog as it says it has polyester fill in it.
I havent started using it as Natalia is still wrapped but was wondering if this has been an issue at all for others?
 
Thanks for your responses in advance:)
Kaz


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Posted By: ~Tizzie~
Date Posted: 03 Sep 2010 at 11:47am

Hi Kaz:

 

The quality and the way it is put together seems to be fine. My two and most children coming here sweat in polyester but donít in this brand of sleeping bag thatís why I endorse it so you will be fine. I have even wrapped over it with no problems.

 

Le gach dea-ghui, Tizzie



Posted By: Kaz
Date Posted: 03 Sep 2010 at 12:11pm
WONDERFUL thanks:)

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Posted By: dragonjewels
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2010 at 5:24pm
Hi,
 
Just jumping in here . . . I recently bought the 3-6 yr old ones & they seem a lot thicker than the size down.  I got both the 1.0tog & 2.5 tog.  Are you finding these are still the same?  Also, do you still use blanket layering with this age group?
 
Thanks,
Jules


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Posted By: ~Nicole~
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2010 at 11:03am

Hi Jules,

The bubbaroo bags are no different in thickness between sizes, it would be more that they are brand new and feel thicker, after a few washes you will find that they will be similar to other sizes.

In regards to layering blankets yes you still continue with this, however keep in mind that once children are over 2 years of age they are better at regulating their own body temperature and often you will find that they may not need as many blankets. You still do need to watch out for signs of being too hot or cold and may be a bit of trial and error to achieve this.

All the best

Nicole 




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