The New York Times featured Wirecutter's review of gear to help grown ups and babies get more sleep. Here they provide a helpful list of what a new parent might actually find useful to get more sleep. Check out what they said about our Clear-Vue® sleeper!
"First and foremost, you need to determine where the baby will sleep. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies younger than one year sleep in the same room as parents, but on a separate surface. Bedside sleepers — also called co-sleepers or bassinets — take up less space than full-size cribs and can make it easier to care for or breast-feed your baby during the night. Wirecutter’s favorite is the Arm’s Reach Concepts Clear-Vue. It has sturdy mesh sidewalls, one of which folds down to make it easier to reach over to your baby. You can strap it to your bed frame for added stability, too, and it’s easier to adjust and move than more expensive models."
We appreciate the thoughtful review and are proud that after all that consultation with both parents and pediatricians alike, that our Clear-Vue sleeper came out as a product that actually helps parents and babies get more sleep.