M&S Baby Sleeping Bags Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer baby products
Newest Review: ... is cheaper than the Gro Bags but more expensive than say Tesco. The sleeping bag we bought had a picture of Dumbo on it and ... more
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Customer M&S Baby Sleeping Bags Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/07/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I was bought an M&S baby sleeping bag when my 1st daughter was born. It was the 0-6 month size and just by looking at it, it was clear to me that she would grow out of it very quickly (and she was only a 6 pounder - hardly a big baby!) So I returned the 0-6 month bag to the store and they happily exchanged it for a 6 - 12 month bag. The design of the bag is beautiful. It is pink with Little Sweetie embroidered on one shoulder. The fabric has little prints of cherries and strawberries all over it. The overall effect is eye-catching and just gorgeous. My daughter started using the bag when she was about 4 months old. It did look a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/09, updated on 25/01/09 (Very useful, 182 readings)
I bought two 2.5 tog M&S cream baby sleeping bags for my son in size 6-12 months. They cost £15 but I got them for £7 each in the January sale. I found that M&S sleeping bags are roomier than many other high street shops' versions which means they last a long time and you get plenty of use from them. My son seems very comfortable and warm in them and the fastenings are excellent - the zip fastens easily and he has not managed to unfasten the shoulder poppers. However I have found two problems with them - one to do with washing and the other to do with fastening. The cream turns to greyish white when washed, which is not noticeable unless ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
My grandchildren have all used sleeping bags for babies and we used to try different brands to see what they were like. At first we only bought official 'gro bags' but eventually realised that other places design them too and sometimes cheaper versions are just as good. We bought one from M&S and it was £18 which is cheaper than the Gro Bags but more expensive than say Tesco. The sleeping bag we bought had a picture of Dumbo on it and was in cream. It was suitable for a boy or a girl which was useful as it has been passed from one grandchild to the next so we have had lots of use out of it and it is very cute so would make a nice gift ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/00, updated on 08/11/00 (Very useful, 581 readings)
At a recent visit to Marks and Spencer in Manchester I was pleasantly surprised to see that Babies's Sleeping Bags have finally made an appearance on the high street - I was starting to think that maybe it is illegal to use sleeping bags for babies in this country and the only way to get one was via mail order or online. The choice is not big. There are two different styles: a christening gown style and a white and green one with cute little bugs - that's the one I chose. I am so pleased with it. It looks very cute It is very soft, made with 100% cotton. The fastening is very well done: there are 2 poppers at the shoulder straps and a zip ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/01, updated on 01/10/01 (Useful, 623 readings)
I bought my little boy a sleeping bag because we went away last November when he was seven weeks old to the Lake District. I was worried about him getting cold in the night and thought it would be easier to pack one sleeping bag than all the sheets and blankets. I had to buy size 6 to 12 months because the 0 to 6 month size was a very snug fit at 7 weeks (and he isnt a particularly big boy!) However, it still fits him now at 13 months. The bag was marvelous when I was breastfedding him in the middle of the night because I didnt have to worry about him getting cold as I took him from his cot to my bed and vice versa. Once he's in his bag he knows its timfe for ... Read the complete review
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