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SunSnoozer initially available in cream/light beige to compliment all colours of prams, a range of different colours will be available next year.  SunSnoozer is designed for use on prams, and is not ideal for strollers. See full list of tested prams online
View online some of the many ways you can arrange the SunSnoozer to protect your baby against the sun.
The unique multiple position closure system* offers a flexibility not found in any other pram cover on the market.

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SunSnoozer Reviews

Product Tested by: Kerrie Alderson – Jamie 9 Weeks

Product Tested By Kerrie Alderson – Jamie 9 Weeks

Kerrie Awarded The SunSnoozer 4.2/5

Sounds impressive quite excited to try. When I first attached it to the pushchair I was a little worried I wouldn’t be able to easily see Jamie in there.  The SunSnoozer just came in a plastic wrapping which was sufficient. Instructions are very simple and easy to understand.  Very good quality material and looked good.  The SunSnoozer kept the sun off of Jamie’s face and really helped him to drift of peacefully.  The SunSnoozer has attachments to roll it back so you can easily get baby out, just as easily without it attached.  When Jamie was awake I had the window bit open so I could see him however it still let a little sun in, I couldn’t close it as he didn’t like it closed when he was awake. When he was asleep I could close it completely and if the sun disappeared I could have it completely open.  I used 3 of the configurations suggested.  I would probably pay this for it, but only after having used it and knowing it’s easier than a parasol.  I would consider purchasing this and would recommend.  Extremely easy to use and very handy, much easier than trying to position a parasol. Kerrie Alderson – Jamie 9 Weeks

Product Tested By Caroline Howarth – Sam 7 Weeks

Caroline Awarded The SunSnoozer 4.5/5

Initial impressions were great; the shade looked to be great quality, and a really good idea, particularly for travel.  On our last three holidays our buggy parasols have broken – rendering them useless, so we really needed an alternative solution to shade the baby in his pram.  There was very little packaging on the Sunsnoozer, just a cardboard wrap – it was great not having loads of cardboard and plastic to throw away!  The instructions for use were really simple – just photos detailing how the shade could be configured.   The Sunsnoozer is made out of thick cotton (almost like canvas), it seems really robust.  I did find my son slept better and relaxed more when using the SunSnoozer. The shade either rolled up onto the hood of the pram when not in use, I flipped it open onto the hood to get baby in and out of his pram.  There are seven different ways to configure the shade, all of which were useful dependent on the position of the sun.  I used 4 of the different configurations.  A little expensive, but as we’ve managed to break several parasols it would be good value for us in the longer term.  A really innovative, useful product – a perfect solution for holidays and travel. Caroline Howarth – Sam 7 Weeks

Product Tested By Zareena Abdullah – Maryam 2 Months

Zareena Awarded The SunSnoozer 3.8/5

Very simple packaging. The logo and the quality of material look good.  Very simple packaging. Perhaps the plastic bag should be recyclable or bio-degradable, if keeping packaging minimal for environmental reasons.  Very simple instructions given, but to be honest, it doesn’t need anything more complicated. The instructions show all possible permeations of the snoozer, and that’s the main thing needed.  I haven’t had it long enough to do a wear and tear test, but out of the box the material used looks nice, and ties seem to be sewn on securely.  Unfortunately I did not find the different permeations kept the sun off my daughter. The only one that was effective was when the material was down completely. However I am not fond of using that one as I cannot see my daughter and also I think it looks a little odd to cover your baby so completely in public.  The snoozer once on does not hamper getting your child in or out of the pram. I tried all of the configurations suggested for this item.  The one I found most useful was the configuration where the cloth was fully down. Unfortunately I feel it doesn’t represent good value for money as it does not do what it claims to. The only configuration I found useful, the fully covered one, I was reluctant to use. To improve this product I would suggest a range of colours matched to the most common colours available in prams. Perhaps different designs would also make it more appealing.  To improve this product I would make the initial cover a mesh rather than a solid material, to allow some light in, but give enough protection and so it doesn’t look like you are trying to hide your child from view. I would also make it available in a range of colours and designs. If possible I would also make the alternative configurations effective at cutting out the sun. Zareena Abdullah – Maryam 2 Months



I would probably pay this for it, but only after having used it and knowing it’s easier than a parasol.  I would consider purchasing this and would recommend.  Extremely easy to use and very handy, much easier than trying to position a parasol. 


Kerrie Awarded The SunSnoozer 4.2/5

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