The Seven Seas print focuses on life on the high seas. The focus is on ships and sea animals - the adventures on the sea with the legendary octopus and exciting bottle post. In this context there are billowing oceans with ferries, frigates, schooners, fishing boats, dinghies and cruise ships sailing between buoys, seagulls, lighthouses and reefs.
Sebra's baby bumper fits on "The Sebra Bed, Baby & Jr." - but also on a standard baby bed measuring 60 x 120 cm. If the baby nest is too long, simply fold the ends over each other, so it also fits into a smaller crib. The crib nest must be attached to the upper part of the crib. The ribbons must be tied together, fastened with a knot on the outside of the crib and adjusted. Do not make a bow for safety reasons. The crib nest must be knotted. If the laces on the lower part of the crib nest are not used, they should be cut off completely so that the baby cannot reach for them. Ribbons with a certain function must not be cut off, because there is a risk that they will come loose.
Do not use the crib nest any longer if they show the first signs of damage.
The crib nest has been tested and approved according to EN 16780: Textile articles for babies and toddlers.
Information about Sebras organic cotton
The yarn of this product is made of organic cotton. Sebra has chosen organic cotton to reduce the environmental footprint of this product. Many of the negative environmental impacts associated with cotton production can be reduced or even eliminated by growing organic cotton.
Information on recycled polyester filling
The filling consists of 100% recycled polyester from plastic bottles that have been collected, cleaned, crushed and remelted to make new recycled fibers. This gives the plastic bottles a new life instead of ending up as waste.
• recommended age: 0-6 months
• materials 100% cotton, organic
• with polyester filling, recycled
• length 360 cm
• width 1 cm
• height 26 cm
• depth 1 cm
• washing instructions 30 degrees gentle wash
Keep away from fire.
Make sure that the laces are securely attached to the crib.
Remove the crib nest when the child can sit upright without help.
If the child can sit and stand upright without help, the crib nest is often used as a climbing aid, which can cause the child to fall out of the crib.