Australian designed uh-oh! sleeping bags will keep your baby cozy, secure and totally 'cool' during the summer months and warm during the winter months.
Choosing a Bag That's Just Right
Sizing is an important aspect of choosing a sleeping bag for your baby. That is why we at uh-oh! produce 6 different sized bags which should see them safe and snug in their cots until they move to a ‘big bed’. Since 1994, the uh-oh! team have been designing, manufacturing and supplying the safest and most comfortable sleeping bags for babies throughout Australia. Safe and secure from the cold and discomfort of having kicked off or become entangled in their bedding, our sleeping bags continue to give hours of peaceful sleep to the whole family. All prints and stripes are designed in-house by the uh-oh! team. Our bags are easy care and are machine washable and can be cool dried in the clothes dryer.
TOGs and Temperatures
Tog is the European warmth rating of bedding such as quilts and blankets. They are used in children’s sleeping bags to guide parents in purchasing the correct weight sleeping bag for each season.
The ideal temperature for your babies’ bedroom is approximately 18c. Always check that your baby is not too hot or cold.
An efficient way of doing this is by placing your hand between their shoulder blades – they should feel warm, not hot. Below are clothing indicators only.
3.0 tog - long sleeve padded bags. Colder climates and rooms that fall below 16*C. Long sleeve, lightweight grosuit or pyjama set.
2.5 tog - Sleeveless, padded bags required for rooms of 16 to 20*C. Long sleeve grosuit or pyjama set.
0.5 tog - Sleeveless, unpadded bag. Temperature from 20*C upwards. Short sleeve summer bodysuit.
All of our bags and sleepwear comply & exceed the ‘Australian and New Zealand safety standard for Children’s Nightwear (AS/NZ 1249:2003). The Australian/New Zealand standard for sleepwear is the strictest standard in the world.