Snüz expands into the US

The SnüzPod bedside crib is now available in a number of specialist boutiques across the US.

One of the first bedside cribs to enter the UK market, Snüz has become a symbol of comfort and security and now American families can benefit from the product that has been chosen by over half a million UK parents for its excellence and meticulous quality.

Paul Maurice, product director and one of the original founders at Snüz, commented: “After a hugely successful decade here in the UK, it felt like the right time to venture to the States. Jumping across the pond to the US is an exciting step in expanding our global reach to help even more parents get the good night’s sleep that all deserve.

“We are delighted with the retail presence we have secured for launch, with stunning boutique stores across America now stocking SnüzPod, as well as supporting sales with our brand-new ecommerce site,

“Seeing Snüz up in lights on a billboard in Times Square today, was a truly pinch us moment for the whole team here at Snüz, it has been a labour of love getting to this point, and now we look forward to seeing the response.”

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