Review: Cuddleco Comfi-Cush Memory Foam Stroller Liner

When we were offered the award winning CuddleCo Comfi-Cush stroller liner to try out, I have to admit I was a little skeptical that we would find it worthwhile. After all, Jake’s always seemed perfectly comfortable in his pushchair, especially since we’ve been using our new Stokke Trailz (more about that on the blog soon!). But after using the Comfi-Cush for a few weeks now, I’m happy to say it has shown its benefits.

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One of the first things that attracted me to the Comfi-Cush is the range of fun designs available – I chose the Jungle Boogie print, which has the colourful pattern on one side in sturdy 100% cotton, and a bright red reverse side made of cosy velour. You can easily change the look of your stroller by changing liners or simply swapping the sides around, which also provides all-season comfort. The Jungle Boogie colour scheme looks fab against the dark blue fabric of our Stokke.

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Of course, the big selling point of the Comfi-Cush is the memory foam inside, which has numerous benefits over a simple padded liner. The memory foam moulds itself around your little one, offering exceptional comfort and support, and relieves pressure on your baby’s body, enabling them to stay comfy for longer. Now Jake has sat in it for a while, the liner has also moulded nicely to the shape of the stroller seat, creating the perfect little space for him. The cushioning foam also helps to absorb impact over bumpy surfaces. He certainly looks very happy and settled in it anyway!

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Practicality wise, the liner is a universal fit for all buggy styles, with three heights of shoulder strap slits to grow with your child. I fitted it to the Stokke and the old Silver Cross 3D we had before with no problem at all. It is totally machine washable, and is a lot easier to throw in the wash than removing the seat cover of the stroller itself, so it is a great way of protecting the fabric of the pushchair from the inevitable spills and stains. I can certainly see it coming into its own once we have a messy toddler eating snacks in it! For now though, it’s good to know that Jake is well supported and super comfy, and he’ll be kept nice and warm over the winter.

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The Comfi-Cush is available at a range of retailers selling baby accessories, priced at £24.99.

I was sent a Comfi-Cush stroller liner free of charge for the purpose of this review. All opinions of the product are my own.

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