Wow! Seriously someone had a 'bright spark' day when they invented this! What fantastic bedding! We purchased the jungle friends bedding for my son from Argos It was very pricey at Â£40 but it was completely worth it!
It came in a small compact box and my first thought was "why have I just spent Â£40 on such a small box" I actually expected the duvet and pillow to come with it but it was just the covers that you got unfortunately.
There is a fitted sheet with an attached pillow case and also 2 zips running down either side. Then the duvet cover which also has 2 zips running down either side. The fixings for when you have put the duvet in are poppers to make for easy bed making! Once you have fitted the sheet and pillow you literally just zip the duvet onto the fitted sheet. Then once your child is in bed you can zip the other side up which stops them rolling out of bed. It also stops them kicking their covers off in the night causing them to get cold. And in my case it stopped my son taking his bedding off and making himself cosy on the floor!
I do think it is a fantastic design but I also think that for the price you pay you should recieve the duvet and pillow with it. My son no longer uses his as he has a single bed now so the bedding no longer fits as its only suitable for a toddler bed or cotbed. It was a great purchase and or served us very well and it will be going to my parents house for when my daughter is old enough for a toddler bed to save my parents paying for new bedding for her.
Why did it take me months to find this product? This is the best invention ever for a babies bedroom. I had to convert Kayleigh's cot to a bed earlier than expected as she climbed out of it. This gave me great concerns as she just looked too big to be in a grown up bed! She gradually got used to the bed but I would sleep with one ear open, just in case she fell out the bed or banged her head against the wall.
We got this as a Product Test and can definately say it has changed bedtimes. She gets into her bed, we zip her up and I go to bed knowing that she won't fall out the bed or bang her head on the wall.
It is secure enough to hold them in the bed but not too tight, there is room for them to move about. I also know that she will be warm enough as she would constantly kick the covers off in the night, waking herself up as she would be cold.
Kayleigh did eventually learn how to climb out of this, which is fine. I now know she can get out if she needs out but she normally just stays in there for a nice, snug, warm restful sleep.