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Breathable Mesh Crib Bumper reduces risks of suffocation
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Feb '11
As parents wonder about safety issues of baby bedding products, product innovators from BreathableBaby offers affordable and accessible sleep products that are safer for your baby and provide parents peace of mind. The patented, award-winning line of sleep safe products from Minneapolis-based company BreathableBaby introduces newly designed Breathable Mesh Crib Bumpers for standard, portable and cradle cribs in a wide selection of fashion trims and colors.

The patented, Breathable Mesh Crib Bumper offers parents a design alternative to traditional bumpers which are typically thick, plush or pillowy and made of less breathable fabrics. Now available in satin fashion trim prints on solid color bumper fabric, the Breathable Mesh Crib Bumper reduces the risks of suffocation, entanglement and climbing, while keeping little limbs safely inside crib.

The soft and padded, machine washable product line fits all cribs. Available in seven solid colors: brown, pink, ecru, sage, blue, white, and yellow, and six new fashion trim designs: Sky Blue/Brown Bubbles on Deep Blue, Sage/Brown Bubbles on Sage, Pink/Brown Bubbles on Pink, Ecru/Brown Bubbles on Ecru, Chocolate/Ice Blue Fauna on Ice Blue, and Latte/Cream Fauna on Ecru.

“Safety is our top priority when developing new BreathableBaby products,” says Susan Waters, BreathableBaby co-founder and president. “We're thrilled to offer new colors and fashion to our line, which coordinate with all bedding décor,” added Dale Waters, BreathableBaby co-founder and chief creative officer.

A key element found in BreathableBaby products is the company's patented A.C.T. Air Channel Technology which allows for maximum airflow. When the bumper is compressed it is virtually impossible to form an airtight seal to help prevent suffocation. Additional product benefits include keeps arms and legs from getting stuck in crib slats, and a collapsible design to help prevent climbing.

BreathableBaby founders Dale and Susan Waters invented the BreathableBaby products as a result of their mission to create safer sleep products for babies. Taking an innovative approach from the beginning, the Waters' found a way to maintain the benefits of traditional baby products while reducing the risks of suffocation, re-breathing carbon dioxide, overheating and climbing.

BreathableBaby has been recognized by a variety of parenting industry awards, including The Child Safety House Calls Award of Excellence, and National Parenting Center Seal of Approval for innovation, functionality, design and contribution to creating a safer, healthier crib environment.

BreathableBaby LLC


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