Thank you to the wonderful Pipsy Koala we at precious little worlds have been given the chance to review one of their items for free in exchange for my honest opinion.
First, I would like to tell you a little more about the company –
Pipsy Koala – A brief history of mine.
Pipsy Koala isn’t just a name, he’s my childhood bear. A good, strong, solid kind of bear I could always rely on to bravely accompany me on whatever adventures we took together.
He was a rather special kind of bear. We first met when I was 3 years old, after he’d flown all the way over from Australia with my Grandmother. We were introduced at the airport, I gave him his name and we decided there and then to be best friends. He stood by my side all through my childhood, enjoyed all my games and stories and even tolerated the knitted martian he was forced to spend time with in the toy box.
He’s still with me of course, but he’s not up for so many adventures these days, but then he’s pushing 40 and has earned a quieter life. I don’t think he’s still in touch with the martian.
I wanted to produce a range of practical, effective, no-nonsense, just does what its supposed to, items for Mums and Dads and their babies under a brand that they could rely on and trust to stand the test of time… and so of course there was only one name I could chose.
Pipsy Koala is dedicated to bringing you reasonably priced, good quality, useful and effective products to help make life with your baby a little easier, because then you’ve got more time to spend having adventures together!
Up for review is –
Kangaroo Backpack Safety Harness & Reins £19.99
Kenny The Kangaroo backpack harness has been designed by Pipsy Koala and Goldbug, the number one name in themed harnesses, so you can be assured it is top quality.
The child-friendly harness keeps your child safe and close, and adjusts as your child grows. The buckle allows easy on-off access allowing it to be used as a regular backpack when the rein is not required. The long, 3-foot rein allows your little adventurer to move about while still under parent’s control.
I am testing the Kangaroo backpack harness on my son Alfie who is 18months +
Backpack comes in very well presented box with full instructions as followed-
Fitting the backpack harness
Attaching the harness lead –
Hear he is Alfie for the first time on his Backpack Safety Harness & Reins, it did take a little time for him to get into having the backpack on as a few times kept turning his head and reaching out for it but that’s the whole part of exploring .