Urban Bundleme from JJ Cole Review [Video]

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Urban Bundleme from JJ Cole Review

Urban Bundleme from JJ Cole Video Review

There is a reason why the Bundleme has been around for 20 years and now there’s even more to love. Hi, I’m Lori from TTP. I’m here with an updated version of JJ Cole’s Urban Bundleme

If you’re looking for a way to keep baby warm while on the go during the winter, you’ll really like that this bunting bag has been redesigned with safety updates and modern styling.

You can install it on car seats and strollers to keep baby warm without worrying about a blanket staying on. And if you want to find more great baby gear from JJ Cole, click subscribe below.

This new version features a removable back panel when used with car seats so the baby’s back rests directly on the back of the car seat and the design allows the safety straps to rest directly on the child. To install, you’re basically pulling the car seat straps through the back panel hole, pulling the belt buckle through one of the two bottom buckle slots, and then using the T-strap elastic bands to secure the Bundleme around the car seat. If you install this in a stroller, the back panel stays on and the shoulders traps gets threaded through the slots on the panel.

Either way you use it, the zip front cover can be lowered or removed, or you can undo the fully functional buttons going down the front for some temperature control to keep baby comfy. A small pocket on the front keeps small items handy. The interior of the Bundleme is faux shearling with a polyester nylon exterior that protects against wind and rain. It comes in two sizes. The infant size is for babies up to 12 months or 30 inches, and the toddler size is for kids from one to three years. This is machine washable, which I know all parents love.

When my daughter was a baby, I had a JJ Cole infant car seat cover that I really liked. It was easy to stretch over the car seat and didn’t interfere with the harness straps. I didn’t have a Bundleme, because at the time, the way the Bundleme was designed didn’t make it safe to use in a car seat while in a car. The removable back panel on this version changes all of that because now there’s nothing getting in the way between your baby and the car seat. Parents who cut out the back portion of the original Bundlemes already figured this one out. So if you were or are concerned about safety, JJ Cole has heard you and has updated the design. There are a lot of different styles to choose from for an aesthetically pleasing look, and the interior fabric is super soft and cozy for baby.

What do you guys think about this product? Is it something that you’d use with your baby? Let me hear you in the comments. Here are the pros. It’s got updated safety features and really nice designs. It’s an easy way to keep baby warm on cold days, no blankets, no bulky coats. I don’t really have any cons and I’m going to give this four stars. For where to buy and current prices, visit ttpm and subscribe to our YouTube channels for more reviews every day.