Childrens wetsuit designer launches line for tiny babies
on Friday,September 24,2010 03:09
Recent estimates suggest that as many as 100,000 babies and infants visit a pool every week during summer months in the UK. Those who wish to teach their child how to swim may need to purchase bathing suits for them.
Konfidence, a UK-based baby and child swimsuit brand, recently expanded its best-selling Babywarma pool wetsuit line to include premature baby sizes. The Babywarma is a flexible, two millimeter-thick, soft neoprene wetsuit that enables babies to stay warm in the swimming pool.
"Parents have told us they want to take even the smallest babies to the pool, but want the safety and reassurance of our Babywarma wetsuit," said Andrew Regan, managing director of Konfidence. "We were only too happy to oblige because we understand the importance of introducing babies to the water at the earliest opportunity."
The company has also extended its Babywarma collection to include a new fastening option and new colors. The improved hidden flap design is intended to be more comfortable for the baby, and allows parents to keep a firmer grip on their child in the water.
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