Najell Sleeping Bag Warm Insert
Ivory White (6-18 months)
One product for all seasons when used in combination with the Sleeping Bag
Najell Sleeping Bag Warm Insert increases warmth of Najell Sleeping Bag
The Najell Sleeping Bag Warm Insert is the perfect addition to your Najell Baby Sleeping Bag. You can use the Najell Sleeping Bag on its own during warmer days. When winter evenings get chilly, simply add the Sleeping Bag insert inside for extra warmth.
TOG ratings measure how warm a fabric keeps you. Pair the Najell Sleeping Bag Warm Insert with your 0.5 TOG Najell Baby Sleeping Bag to boost it to a 2.5 TOG rating, perfect for colder weather all year round.
Designed with care
All fabrics tested are free from harmful substances.
For babies between 50 to 65 cm or 0 to 6 months
Width armpit to armpit: 25 cm
Length shoulder to bottom: 63 cm
For babies between 65 to 80 cm or 6 to 18 months
Width armpit to armpit: 29 cm
Length shoulder to bottom: 76 cm
Main Fabric: 100% Cotton
Filling: 100% Polyester
All parts are tested free from harmful substances.
All fabrics are certified according to Oeko-tex Standard 100, class 1
WARNING! Keep away from fire.
Do not dry clean
Wash the sleeping bag and inserts before its first use
Remove insert from sleeping bag before washing
Instructions: How to use the warm inserts with the Najell sleeping bag
Made to be used in combination with the Najell Sleeping Bag.
Unzip the sleeping bag and open fully. Lie it down on a flat surface and place the warm inserts inside the openings found either side of the centre. Flatten out the inserts before using.
Please take into account the room temperature and the child's sleepwear when choosing your baby sleeping bag. For a complete guide on the relationship between the room temperature and the appropriate nightwear for children's sleeping bag, please read the product’s user manual.
TOG or “Thermal Overall Guide” is a unit used to measure the thermal resistance of textile products and helps you how to dress your child according to the room temperature. On a scale of 0.2 to 2.5, a TOG rating measures the insulation—or the amount of warmth—a fabric provides.