Sleepyhead Deluxe product test: the feedback thread
EDITORS' NOTE, ADDED ON MARCH 12th 2018: Since we ran this product test on MadeForMums, some safety concerns have been raised about using baby sleeping pods and nests with babies under 12 months. You can read more about this in our 'safety questions about baby pods and nests' article.
This is the feedback thread for those of you who are testing the Sleepyhead Deluxe for us as part of our latest MadeForMums product test. (If you're testing the Sleepyhead Grand, please leave your feedback over on this thread.)
You should all have received your Sleepyhead Deluxe by now (if not, it's definitely on its way!) and have had a chance to test it out – and take a picture of your child using it.
So, please can you now give us your feedback on this thread by answering the following 5 questions:
1. What do you think of the Sleepyhead Deluxe pod when you first received it?
2. How do you find using the Sleepyhead Deluxe? Where/how do you use it most?
3. The Sleepyhead pod you’re testing costs about £99. How do you rate that as value for money?
4. Would you recommend the Sleepyhead Deluxe to a friend?
5. How do you think your baby likes the Sleepyhead Deluxe? Please post up your picture of your child sleeping/playing in the pod with your reply (to upload a pic, click the little camera icon at the top right of the 'Add your reply' box).
Everyone who leaves quality feedback on this thread (and is part of our product test) will be put into a draw to win a £100 Love2Shop voucher.
Thank you so much - and good luck!
The Sleepyhead Deluxe (0 to 8 months), pictured below, £99, is a multifunctional portable pod, recommended by midwives and designed for use all around the house. You can use it as a crib, a cot insert, a play pod, a changing station, a sleep positioner, a tummy-time aid, and a travel bed. It comes with a fully removable, machine-washable cover and is available from John Lewis and the NCT.