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    Default 4care and suprima lockable jumpers

    Hi,

    Does anyone have any experience with either the 4care or suprima lockable jumpers?

    4care look more playful so Iím more interested in them.

    Does anyone have any experience of sizing, comfort, or security of these?

    Thanks!

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    I dont have experience with either of those brands, I have however tried the "Little Keeper Sleeper" and found it to be a snug comfy fit.

    It provides a back zipper, with a button over flap to keep mischievous hands from undoing the body suit and getting at/into nappies.

    The material was stretchy and breathable, and did not feel flimsy.

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    I have tried the 4Care onesie. They are really well made. Nothing cheap about it. The snaps are metal and the flap for the snaps are reinforced with extra layers. I've had two pairs and they've lasted me four years so far. If their jumpers are anything like their onesie, I'm sure they are, you're getting an excellent product.

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