TOG measures how well fabric retains heat so it tells you how warm the sleep sack will be for your baby. The higher the TOG, the warmer the sleep sack. Here is a handy TOG guide for more info.
Recommended TOG depends on (1) nursery temperature and (2) how hot your baby tends to sleep.
- TOG 0.8 is suitable for spring / summer and warmer nurseries between 67 - 75 degrees. Also suitable for hot sleepers.
- TOG 1.2 is suitable for most nurseries between 64 - 72 degrees and offers versatile four-season warmth. It’s our bread-and-butter TOG.
- TOG 1.5 is suitable for fall / winter, and cooler nurseries between 61 - 69 degrees. Also suitable for cold sleepers.
Tealbee’s TOG is lab-tested and accurate (many other brands can’t say the same!).
Our unique design features snaps on shoulders and arms to adjust the fit.
This means you can make Dreambag fit a 6-month-old as well as a toddler up to 24 months. Dreambag will grow with your baby. If you're looking for a traditional sleep bag, this is the only one you will need!
Very simple policy. Return for any reason within 30 days and we give you a prepaid return label. You have nothing to lose but a good night’s sleep.
We do love feedback so we might follow up so we can continuously, obsessively improve our design and quality.
Treat Tealbee products like your coziest wool sweaters.
Wash in cold or warm water in a gentle cycle and tumble dry on low. Never in hot water or hot dryer. For absolute best care, wash in a delicates wash bag and line dry.
We only use natural bamboo and cotton fabric, never synthetic. Although we use pre-washed fabric to minimize shrinkage, we design all our products with 5% shrinkage in mind after a wash. Just like wool, it might pill (tiny balls that gather on the surface), but it has no impact on warmth or comfort of the sleep sack. It just gets cozier over time.
Dreambag can be used when the baby starts to transition out of swaddle. Typically, this happens at 4-6 months. We recommend using Dreambag around 6 months.
For safety, make sure that the neck area is snug enough so that the baby's head doesn't go under the blanket.