I was recently sent the Kurtis Baby Peace pram curtain from Avant Baby to try out and I’ve not been disappointed.
The pram curtain is designed for those days when you’re out and about in the sunshine (you’re laughing, I know!) with the pram, baby is napping and you don’t want to sunshine to get in their eyes when they wake up. Similarly, the pram curtain is ideal for when you want to get outside and take in that fresh, crisp spring air without the wind disturbing baby.
It’s really easy to use. There’s 3 easy open rings on the top of the curtain to attach to your pram or car seat. Just open them up and clip it on. There’s also two short ties half way down the sides to tie onto your pram so it’s a little more secure in blustery conditions. I’ve found it really versatile. On a recent trip away, we used the curtain to shield the bright lights in a restaurant from Little Mr’s eyes while he was having a nap and use it regularly on the pram when taking walks outdoors. If you don’t want the curtain to remain on the pram, it’s reasonably light weight and folds up small enough to fit into your changing bag so you can take it with you on your travels.
You can keep an eye on baby by flipping the curtain over or by sliding the curtain rings down providing peace of mind that baby is easily accessible and safe.
The pram curtain comes in lots of funky colours and designs so would easily compliment your pram or pushchair. For those taking baby to sunnier climes (or if we ever get more than an hours unbroken sunshine here in the UK), the curtain provides 99.5% UVA and 99.7% UVB Sun protection. It’s also good to know that the pram curtain is machine washable making it perfect for families.
I would fully recommend the curtain to families who like to get out and about. The Kurtis Baby Peace pram curtain retails at £29.99 and is available at many stockists around the UK. You can find out more details of where to get your hands on one here.
Disclaimer: I was sent a Kurtis Baby Peace pram curtain for the purpose of this review. All words and images are my own.