Priam Footmuff – Jeremy Scott Wings
The CYBEXPriam Footmuff by Jeremy Scott offers protection against wind, rain and cold. Made from easy-care fabrics with a cosy lining, this spacious footmuff has a plastic insert to prevent soiling from shoes. The smart color combination of black with gold details give the footmuff an extra sparkle.
COMPATIBLE - with CYBEX Priam Lux Seat by Jeremy Scott
KEEPS YOUR BABY SAFE AND PROTECTED - Provides protection against wind and cold weather
FABRICS - Easy-care functional fabrics
LINING - Cosy fleece lining
- Age SuitabilityBirth - 24 months
- Carton Weight2.5kgs
- Softgoods MaterialPadding: 100% PES
- Softgoods MaterialFleece: 100% PES
- Softgoods MaterialFootmuff: 100% PES
If you have more than 1 child or a child that does not like to be pushed around in a stroller there is the perfect solution in the Buggy Board which attaches to the bottom of the rear of your stroller so your child can stand. All buggy boards have an extender to attach the buggy board to your stroller. The buggy boards are suitable for children 2-5 years or a maximum of 20kg. Safe and fun.
Baby Carrier Safety
Buy a carrier to match your baby’s size and weight. If you are buying a framed carrier, buy a carrier with a frame to suit your height and size. Try it on with the baby in it, and check for:
- enough depth to support the baby’s back
- leg openings small enough to prevent the baby from slipping out
- leg openings big enough to avoid chafing the baby’s legs.
- Do not use framed baby carriers until a baby is at least four to five months old. By this age the baby’s neck should be able to withstand jolts and not sustain an injury.
- Ensure the carrier comes with clear instructions.
- Look for restraining straps, including over the baby’s shoulders, to prevent the baby falling out.
- Look for a broad hip or waist strap that takes weight off your shoulders and stops sideways movement of the carrier.
- Look for straps that you can adjust with one hand.
- Ensure there is sufficient support for your baby that also allows some head, leg and arm movement and allows your baby’s weight to be distributed evenly.
- Look for sturdy materials and heavy duty fasteners.
- Look for safe folding frame joints that won’t trap or pinch fingers.
- Ensure there is padding on the metal frame near the baby’s face to protect the baby from bumps.
- Check for sharp points, edges, or rough surfaces that may harm the baby
- Always use restraining straps, including ones that cover the baby’s shoulders—if you don’t, a jolt or accident could cause the baby to slip out and fall.
- If leaning over, always bend from the knees, never from the waist, to prevent the baby from falling out.
- If bending down, make sure the baby cannot reach other hazards, such as pulling hot drinks off the bench—this can endanger both you and the baby.
- Ensure the child’s fingers are clear of the frame joints when folding the carrier to avoid entrapment or serious injury.
- Before each use, check for ripped seams, missing or loose fasteners and frayed seats or straps to ensure that the carrier / back pack is completely secure. Make repairs as soon as possible; otherwise discard the carrier.
- Ensure a baby in a sling or wrap has sufficient room to breathe and cannot move to a position where this is compromised.