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HALO Sleepsacks - 12 Choices

Speed to First Woot:
3m 52.110s
First Sucker:
timhennessy
Last Wooter to Woot:
bige2533
Last Purchase:
a year ago
Order Pace (rank):
Top 18% of Kids Woots
Top 17% of all Woots
Woots Sold (rank):
Top 1% of Kids Woots
Top 3% of all Woots

Purchaser Experience

  • 28% first woot
  • 9% second woot
  • 27% < 10 woots
  • 19% < 25 woots
  • 17% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 24% joined today
  • 1% one week old
  • 3% one month old
  • 15% one year old
  • 56% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 23% bought 1
  • 45% bought 2
  • 32% bought 3

Percentage of Sales Per Hour

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lichme


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Item: HALO Sleepsacks - 12 Choices
Price: $9.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day
Condition: New

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conanthelibrarian


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beck12


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I am honestly stumped why so many people like these.... They are fine, but they are no better than putting them in warm jammies as far as I can see. I guess I just don't see the point & I do live in a cold climate. We used the ones we got here & there, but then just dressed baby in a onesie underneath....I saw absolutely no difference between this kind of sleep sack & a warm sleeper. I do love sleep gowns for newbs for diaper changing and I love swaddlers, but these never helped my child sleep longer or stay warmer than jammies can. I have always seen these as a way to get parents to quit sticking unnecessary blankets into the bed with babies (that they now say is a suffocation hazard)...so maybe that is why they exist?

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kathryncotto


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I cannot speak for anyone else, but these have been priceless for us. Our little ones move around too much when sleeping to keep a blanket on. We put the snuggle sacks on over their pajamas to serve as a toddler blanket. Sleeping with warm pj's is definitely not enough up here in the winters.

Emisi


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beck12 wrote:I am honestly stumped why so many people like these.... They are fine, but they are no better than putting them in warm jammies as far as I can see. I guess I just don't see the point & I do live in a cold climate. We used the ones we got here & there, but then just dressed baby in a onesie underneath....I saw absolutely no difference between this kind of sleep sack & a warm sleeper. I do love sleep gowns for newbs for diaper changing and I love swaddlers, but these never helped my child sleep longer or stay warmer than jammies can. I have always seen these as a way to get parents to quit sticking unnecessary blankets into the bed with babies (that they now say is a suffocation hazard)...so maybe that is why they exist?



They're also very useful if you have a kid that moves around their crib a lot and gets a leg stuck between the slats. The SleepSack prevents that. And yes, it's so people don't put blankets in with a baby.

noodle192000


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We've been using these for our nearly two-year-old since the beginning. He is an active sleeper so it helps keep him covered, but he also knows now that once he gets zipped in it is bedtime. They come in kid sizes, too, with little foot holes they can stick their feet through to walk if needed. I wish Woot included those.

sadieprater


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My toddler used these from the time she was about 4 months til about 18 months, even in Texas. They are wonderful! Buying boy designs for baby #2.