Dymla®ONE

699,00 

The Dymla®ONE carry cot protects your child against air pollutants, viruses, bacteria, insect bites and UV radiation. Manufactured using child-friendly sustainable materials. Patented, tested and certified.

  • Snug and cozy - babies love it!

  • Suitable for all infants

  • Also fits the smallest strollers available on the market

  • Childbirth guarantee

  • Free shipping

Filter Efficiency: 98.98%

Length: 708 mm

Height: 442 mm

Width: 276 mm

Weight: 2.6 kg

Battery life: 10h

UV protected BPA-free window UPF50+

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“Absolutely the best invention for babies. I’m so happy with ours.”

“I’m extremely happy and our Dymla makes me feel very secure. The fact that my daughter Freja likes it too is also a big plus :)”

“Living in the heart of Stockholm like we do, air quality is something that I think about a lot. Therefore, buying Dymla®ONE for my son Nicholas was a given, it helps keep him safe when we are out in the city and it’s not just practical, it’s also really nice looking.”

“We live in New York and face masks have been mandatory during the pandemic. But what do you do for a newborn? Dymla®ONE has made us feel extremely secure. Plus, New York isn’t exactly well-known for its air quality.”

Dymla®ONE The carry cot that protects your child from

FAQ

Dymla®ONE purifies the air from air pollutants, viruses and bacteria at a rate of 98.98 %.

The air enters the rear of the carry cot hood and is filtered through a HEPA filter via mechanical ventilation before the purified air reaches the child. An overpressure of purified air is formed inside the carry cot preventing the dirty unfiltered air outside the carry cot from reaching the child.

The air inside the Dymla®ONE is replaced several times per hour. The air does not remain shut in and heated.

Dymla®ONEs advanced technology protects against particles as tiny as 0.005 microns (micrometers).  This means that is provides secure protection against particles from air pollutants, dust, pollen, smoke, mold, bacteria and viruses.

Generally speaking, covering a stroller with a blanked or other textile products is not a good idea. Many parents still choose to do this because there is a lack of alternatives. But, a blanket is not a good choice. It doesn’t stop particles, such as viruses, bacteria and air pollutants thatstill reach the child. At the same time, the blanket basically stops the air flow completely, causing carbon dioxide levels and the temperature around the baby to rise. When Dymla®ONE is on, the air is exchanged several times per hour, which means that the air is not shut in and heated.

No adapters are needed for the Dymla®ONE. The carry cot can either be carried using the handle or it can be placed in the stroller just as any other carry cot. One of the great things about Dymla®ONE is that it fits most strollers and it is also easy to take along when traveling .

No.  Air pollutants can be found in the air anywhere and even in the countryside emissions from e.g. factories cause poor air quality. Viruses and bacteria are found everywhere.

Studies show that the body likely tolerates substances better and that we do not develop allergic reactions to the types of substances we swallow. However, substance we inhale or that touch the skin involve a higher risk of developing allergies, inflammation and infections.

Children should never be subjected to air pollutants and Dymla®ONE should, above all, be used in risk zones, such as highly trafficked areas, on public transport and in other places where there are large numbers of people gathered in a small space.

Babies have an immature immune system, which they gradually build up over time and moderate exposure to viruses and bacteria during their first six months of life is both good for them and important. This is something they receive in their home environment. But, if they are subjected to severe infections early in life, this can have severe consequences and, in a worst-case scenario, can result in hospitalization.

Dymla®ONE is used in risk zones where there is a high level of exposure to bacteria, viruses and air pollutants. The child will still be exposed to bacteria and viruses on a daily basis as part of its normal flora, but not at the high dose levels found on a bus without protection from people coughing and sneezing.