It’s not uncommon for the sun to glare in the stroller and put your child in an unpleasant mood. In the summer, the unpleasant heat is added. But don’t worry, a solar sail is a solution to this problem. It provides shade and thus ensures a pleasant atmosphere.
If you don’t want to go wrong with your purchase, take a look at the checklist. In addition, we show you the top 9 sun sails in our product recommendations.
- The sun sail serves as an extension of the roof.
- Babies overheat quickly in direct sunlight. To prevent your baby from overheating, you can attach a sun sail to the stroller to provide cooling shade during walks.
- A walk with the sun beating down on your face is also harmful to the eyes and uncomfortable for your baby, as he or she cannot take a nap and lie or sit undisturbed in the stroller.
- Sunshades for the stroller are often difficult to adjust optimally due to their small size or have to be turned again and again. With a sun sail, you offer your child permanent shade.
- Sun sails are rectangular or trapezoidal cloths that are attached to the handle and roof of the stroller with elastic bands or strings.
- Sun sails all have fairly similar dimensions and fit common stroller models.
- Before buying, you should check where you can attach the sun sail to your stroller.
- Sun sails come in different designs and sizes.
- Some sun sails even have a viewing window so that your baby can still look up and see you.
- Other sun sails completely cover the baby and also serve as a privacy screen.
- Make sure that the material of the sun sail is free of harmful substances.
- If the material contains harmful substances, these can evaporate through the heat and be absorbed through the respiratory tract.
- The awning should not only darken, but also provide a high level of UV protection.
- Although the awning keeps out the direct sun, you still need to apply sunscreen to your baby.
- Even in the shade, your baby can quickly get sunburned because baby skin is much more sensitive than adult skin.
- Even at low temperatures, the sun can be dangerous for your baby. Therefore, always use the sun sail in sunny weather when the roof of the stroller is not sufficient sun protection.
- Sun sails must never be placed directly on the baby’s face< - danger of suffocation!
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Recommended Sun Sails For Strollers
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Current Offers Of Sun Sails For Baby Strollers
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FAQ About The Sun Sail For Strollers
A sun sail is attached to the handle and roof of the stroller. This is done with an elastic band or strings.
A sun sail is clearly ahead here. The parasol is often too small and must often be turned. The sun sail, on the other hand, is attached once and then offers optimal protection.
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