Snüz, the bedside crib, is paving the way with the arrival of SnüzPod⁴.
The forward-thinking redesign includes innovative sleep-inducing features, and it’s one of the first to be tested to meet the NEW Bedside Crib Safety Standard.
From November 2020, all bedside cribs will need to meet the new crib safety standard BS EN 1130:2019, with a requirement for a 12cm barrier or wall when in bedside mode. This standard still ensures easy access during the night, whilst also providing a barrier that removes the risk of the baby rolling out of the crib.
The new and improved safety standard provides convenience and reassurance having been tested and certified for use with the wall down overnight without having to zip it back up. The brand has spent two years carefully re-designing and evolving its flagship SnüzPod to ensure it meets this new standard, whilst also developing a revolutionary new ComfortAir breathable system, to promise parents even more sleep.
With unique surface-level air-flow vents, an air-permeable mesh liner, and improved base ventilation to increase air flow, the innovative feature helps regulate baby’s temperature for a good night’s sleep. Pair this with its improved mattress, complete with a breathable 3D mesh cover for enhanced comfort and support – SnüzPod⁴ promises comfort, breathability, and safety all in one expertly designed crib.
SnüzPod⁴ allows a maximum adult mattress height of 73cm, which is a significant 10cm higher than SnüzPod3.
“We are thrilled to finally unveil SnüzPod⁴. It’s been two years in the making and since learning of the new standard, the team have worked tirelessly to ensure our much-loved bedside crib is not only fully compliant, but also provides the best night’s sleep for parent and baby,” said Mark Nicholls, Brand Director at Snüz.
SnüzPod⁴ also sees the introduction of new colours, rose white and navy alongside the SnüzPod classics dove, white, and natural, as well as haze grey and urban which remain exclusives at specific retailers.