Organic Baby Wrap in Charcoal SAMPLE SALE
Please note, this product is in our sample sale and will be supplied in old style packaging.
Fault: Faulty middle popper, doesn't close. Please see photos for more detail.
The KURA organic baby wrap is a safe, comfortable and stylish solution to keeping baby warm in car seats and pushchairs.
- Safety tested
- 100% GOTS certified organic cotton
- Quick and easy to use
- Comfortable, safe and breathable
- 3 and 5 point harness friendly
- Fits most travel systems
- Machine washable
The outer fabric is 9 gauge basketweave knit in a solid colour design. Using a complex knit alongside organic cotton yarns creates a fabric that is soft, unique and luxurious.
The lining fabric is a brushed interlock jersey printed all over with an natural element inspired pattern. The print colours perfectly compliment the earth collection. The lining is printed with non-toxic and baby safe OEKO-TEX standard inks meaning it is safe to be worn against baby’s delicate skin.
Poppers ensure quick and easy fastening without disturbing baby when wanting to keep them warm or cool.
Finished with coconut shell buttons.
Made using 100% GOTS Organic Cotton ~ you know, like the good stuff in the supermarket that use less pesticides to grow which means a happier and healthier planet.
An extremely versatile dark grey with an earthy warmness to it.
SIZE & FIT
Suitable for babies aged 0-6 months.
Length (approx 75cm)
LOOK AFTER ME
I am machine washable.
Put me on a 30 degree wash.
Do not tumble dry.
Each wrap/blanket is packaged in an eco friendly recycled brown box with natural cotton cord handle. Every wrap also comes with its very own reusable, 100% cotton dustbag.
Please note: This is not a sleeping bag and should not be used for overnight sleeping.
- Machine wash at 30°c
Wash with similar colours
Warm iron if needed
Do not tumble dry
Do not bleach
Avoid soaking leather patch
THE KURA ORGANIC BABY WRAP HAS BEEN INDEPENDENTLY SAFETY CRASH TESTED TO EU & US REGULATIONS
Our original concept was that we wanted parents to have a safe solution to keeping their baby's warm in car seats and whilst travelling. Safety has 100% been at the forefront when designing and developing our products and why we have invested time and money into safety testing them and ensuring that they are the very best quality. As mums ourselves this was essential to us, not only because we have used/are using them with our own babies but also because we wanted parents to experience the same peace of mind when using our products.
HAS THE KURA ORGANIC BABY WRAP BEEN CRASH TESTED?
IS THERE A SPECIFIC CAR SEAT ACCESSORY TEST?
HOW WERE THE TESTS CARRIED OUT?
DO YOU HAVE VIDEOS/PHOTOS OF THE TESTING BEING CARRIED OUT?
WHERE WERE THE TESTS CARRIED OUT?
WHICH CAR SEATS WERE YOUR TESTS CARRIED OUT IN?
HAVE YOUR WRAPS BEEN SWEDISH PLUS TESTED?
IS THERE MATERIAL BETWEEN THE CAR SEAT AND BABY?
WILL MY BABY OVERHEAT IN A KURA ORGANIC BABY WRAP?
DO CAR SEAT MANUFACTURERS ENDORSE YOUR WRAPS?
DO YOU HAVE ANY CAR SEAT SAFETY TIPS TO ENSURE BABY IS AS SAFE AS POSSIBLE?
Car seats approved according to the i-Size regulation lead to increased safety and provide the following major safety improvements:
✓ Better head, neck and all over protection due to first-ever standardised side impact testing
✓ Safer installation using ISOFIX therefore reducing misuse
✓ Easier to choose the right sized car seat because of length classification
✓ Better compatibility between car and child car seats
On rear-facing car seats, the shoulder straps should come through the car seat slots at or just below your child’s shoulders.
Ensure your harness is snug enough by doing the pinch test. After you buckle and tighten the harness, pinch the harness at the shoulder. If the harness is snug, your fingers will slide off the webbing. If the harness is loose, you will be able to pinch the webbing between your fingers. A loose harness is a common mistake and is not safe. Keep tightening the harness until it passes the Pinch Test. Harnesses should be tight enough on the child that you can just get 2 fingers between the child and the harness – with your fingers lying flat against the child’s collar bone.
Extended rear facing (ERF) is 5 x safer than forward facing, providing your child with the greatest safety.
If there is anything else that hasn’t been answered above, please do not hesitate to get in touch via email: hello @kura-organics.com and we will be happy to help.