Jane Universal Raincover for Car Seats & Carrycots £29.99
Raincover for Infant Car Seats & Carrycots
Universal rain cover for baby carriers and carrycots. A rainy day? An opportunity to discover the world.
Protect your baby from bad weather - Universal rain cover for baby carriers and hard carrycots. Perfect for rainy, snowy or cold days.
This practical raincover will keep your little one protected and comfortable while you’re on the move. And is uniquely designed to aid air circulation and prevent temperature build-up with the ventilation and roll up windows; perfect when going into shops when taking a wet raincover off is not practical.
Universal fitting - fits most Carrycot/Prams and Infant Car Seats on the market.
Jane models we have tested it on are:
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 4.50
Kelly from United KingdomOwner24 January 2020 13:17
I’m really pleased we bought this to go over our pram top/car seat. It is a little fiddly to put on in a hurry, as it’s elasticated all the way round. I usually leave it half on, all the time now to make it easier. Although it’s worth mentioning we also have the skate buggy board with seat, so having my little one already seated can get in the way of putting this cover on. If there was also a way to incorporate easier carrying whilst this is on that would be handy. You have to grip the handle through the plastic cover which worries me a little as makes it quite hard to grip properly. Having said that I would recommend this product, and am really happy we bought it.
Maricon from United KingdomOwner12 August 2015 16:38
A necessary addition to my Jané trider.
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Rosella from United Kingdom asks
Hi Can you confirm that this universal rain cover will fit my Jane Matrix Light 2 car seat in both lay flat and upright mode? And also fit the Koos Car Seat and Micro carry cot? Thanks.
Faye from United Kingdom asks
Is there any instructions on how to fit it to the Matrix Light 2?