The viewing window in the hood is not covered up, and nowhere in the booklet that comes with it does it give you any warnings about the mesh not being UV safe, and as a result my 3 day old Nephew got a burnt cheek from the viewing panel, even thought there was no sign of any sun on his face, it was very burnt and very red, and that was after only being taken on a 10 minute walk, god knows what would of happened if he had been left in the garden asleep, thinking he was fully protected from the sun.
Some have flaps to cover the viewing panel and some dont, but there are NO warnings anywhere about it.
We will be taking this further as its completely unsatisfactory and very very dangerous to babies, and after reporting it to my sister in laws nearest mothercare, she was treated quite badly, and the shop assistant was very rude.
Posted: 25/05/2010 at 15:10
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