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Mamas and Papas Universal Parasol – Grey Mist

Mamas and Papas Universal Parasol – Grey Mist


Includes: Easy Fit Clamp and Parasol

With an easy-fit clamp, the Essentials Parasol offers a secure fit to your pushchair and great protection from the sun.

The adjustable arm is incredibly flexible, letting you choose a position you’re happy with and giving your little one better protection from the sun. The fibreglass frame gives the parasol more strength, while the specially designed grip means a tight and secure fit to your pushchair.

The parasol comes with UPF 50+ fabric, so it’s incredibly protective from harmful UV rays. And the quick-release button means you can remove it in one click.

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Mamas and Papas Essential Parasol  Improved Strength

mamas and Papas  essential parasol improved strength means it stays upright for longer. The quality of the fibreglass frame is improved for added longevity.

easy-fit clamp 

The Essential Parasol comes with an easy-fit clamp which takes the hassle out of attaching your parasol to your pushchair. The quick-release button means you can remove your parasol in one click.

  • Essentials Parasol measures H:72cm x W:76cm x D:76cm approx.
  • Folded size measures H:72cm x W:7cm x D:8cm approx.
  • Weight: 0.47kg.
  • Suitable from birth.

The Lullaby Trust recommend attaching a clip-on sunshade or parasol to a pram or buggy and checking if baby is getting too hot by feeling their tummy or the back of their neck. They advise to keep babies out of direct sunlight as much as possible.

If you go out when it’s hot, attach a parasol or sunshade to your baby’s pushchair to keep them out of direct sunlight – but avoid using a cloth that covers the pram, as it could make temperatures too hot within.

Remember to apply sunscreen to your baby regularly, and make sure it’s at least factor 15 (SPF).\Protect that sweet newborn skin from the sun: Babies should be kept out of direct sunlight until they’re 6 months old, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).