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The New and Improved GroEgg2 Digital Baby Room Thermometer Review!

Written by Olivia Arrow

Bringing home a newborn can be scary and challenging. Add that to all the other concerns you’ll have as new parents, overlooking your baby’s room temperature will be one of the things that slip many new parents’ minds and will be the last thing you’ll think about before your bub’s arrival. Once you’re home though, you’ll ask yourself 100 + times a day, “Is my baby warm or cool enough?”.  Soon, you’ll realise that a room temperature thermometer is an essential part of a baby’s nursery!

Why is room temperature so important?

Overheating has been implicated in SUDI for many years.  Avoiding overheating has been one of the strategies to reduce the risk of SUDI.

Should I heat or cool my baby’s room if it gets too hot or cold?

Babies control their temperature predominantly through the face and head. It is not necessary to leave the heating or cooling on all night, as long as the baby is dressed appropriately for the room temperature.

The Groegg is the Gro Company’s #1 Selling Nursery Product and has been a trusted digital baby room thermometer that Aussie mums have been using in what seems like forever.   Now, a new and improved version of their bestselling nursery essential, the Groegg2, has just been released and here are the hero features that you should know about:

  • The Groegg2 is a unique colour changing nursery thermometer giving you peace of mind that your little one is sleeping at the correct temperature.
  • It changes colour to let you know the temperature of your baby’s room
    • The Blue glow (16 °C and below) indicates that the room is Cold.
    • The Yellow glow (16 °C – 20 °C) indicates that the room is Just Right and is the recommended glow you want in bub’s room.
    • The Orange glow (20 °C – 24 °C) indicates that the room is Warm.
    • The Red glow (24°C and above) indicates that the room is Hot.
  • The 4 changing colours match the back of the Grobag tog rating system. This makes it easier for you to ensure that you’re using the right tog sleeping bag based on the room temperature and is the perfect accessory for the Swaddle Grobag or Grobag.
  • It has an easy to read digital display for the temperature.
  • The dome is made of soft touch silicone so you don’t have to worry about breaks.
  • The Groegg2 assists in maintaining a safe sleeping environment for your baby so that you can alter the level of bedding required based on the room temperature.
  • The Groegg2 has 4 adjustable brightness levels, which allows you to find a light level that suits your baby.
  • The Gro egg can also be used as a night light
  • It’s USB powered so now you can take it with you anywhere, anytime.
  • The new Groegg2 still works with the Shells so that you can give your Groegg2 a bit of character.

Take the guess work out of monitoring your baby’s room temperature.  With the Groegg2 coloured lights system, it makes it easy to see if your baby’s room is at the right temperature. You can even see it on the baby monitor!

Here is what a few mums had to say about the new Groegg2:

“The sleek new design is stunning and will compliment any nursery décor.  Love the fact that you can easily tell the room temperature by light colour without waking baby”


“The new Groegg2 is beautiful and looks great in the nursery.  I never knew that telling the room temperature could be so easy.  I love that it also doubles as a night light for those late night/early morning feeds”


“This room thermometer is so much more than you expect.  It’s really pretty and the light is soft and creates an inviting space for your baby to have a peaceful sleep. My favourite feature about this product is that it is USB powered making it so easy to move from room to room and even take with me when going to visit friends and family.  I can’t wait to travel and take it with me as I can already see the benefits of creating a space that feels like home”


So, if you are looking for a digital room thermometer, look no further then the Groegg2. At only $59.95, it’s full of features that will please any new parent and match any nursery styling you’ve done.

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