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Ribcap  |  SKU: DERIBKATBLACSM01

Ribcap Kate SleepSafe Cap

$421.00 INC GST

Experience ultimate comfort and safety with the Ribcap Sleep Helmet. It provides superior head protection, ensuring a restful night's sleep.

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Description

The helmet's durable yet lightweight construction combines impact-absorbing materials with a flexible outer shell for optimal safety and comfort. Crafted with breathable and hypoallergenic fabrics, it offers a snug fit that adapts to various sleeping positions.

Ideal for Various Use Cases

  • Sleepwalkers: If you or a loved one is prone to sleepwalking, the Ribcap Sleep Helmet provides an extra layer of protection, reducing the risk of head injuries during episodes.
  • Elderly Individuals: The Ribcap Sleep Helmet is perfect for elderly individuals who are at a higher risk of falls during sleep. Its impact-absorbing properties help cushion potential falls, ensuring their safety.
  • Neurological Conditions or Disorders: Individuals with neurological conditions or disorders can benefit from the Ribcap Sleep Helmet's protective features. It minimises the risk of accidental head injuries during seizures or episodes.
  • Post-Head Injury or Surgery: For those recovering from head injuries or surgeries, the Ribcap Sleep Helmet offers essential protection during the healing process, safeguarding against further damage.
Intended uses for a Ribcap Medical Helmet

  • Epilepsy helmet
  • Parkinsons helmet
  • Autism helmet
  • Seizure helmet
  • Stroke helmet
  • After surgery
  • Special needs helmet
  • Falls & injury prevention
  • Cerebral Palsy helmet
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Tourette
  • Ehlers Danloss Syndrome
  • Aneurysma
  • Mobility rehabilitation
  • Seniorcare

Choose the Ribcap Sleep Helmet for the ultimate sleep experience, prioritizing your well-being and peace of mind. Sleep soundly, knowing your head is in safe hands.

A well-designed sleep helmet can provide several benefits to individuals who require it.

Some of the benefits include:

  • Protection: A sleep helmet provides protection to individuals who may suffer from seizures, night terrors, or sleep apnea, preventing injuries caused by head bumps or falls.
  • Comfort: A good sleep helmet should be designed to be comfortable to wear throughout the night. The use of breathable materials can help to reduce sweating and increase comfort levels.
  • Design: Sleek and unobtrusive design that does not interfere with sleep
  • Peace of mind: Knowing that one is protected during sleep can provide peace of mind for both individuals and their caregivers, reducing anxiety and improving sleep quality.

Overall, this standard sleep helmet is designed to offer maximum comfort, reliable protection, and breathability during sleep. Its sleek and discreet design ensures that it does not interfere with sleep, while its durable construction provides a secure fit that stays in place throughout the night. Its anti-sweat and breathable materials ensure a comfortable and hygienic experience, making it an ideal solution for those who need head protection during sleep.

Sizes

Refer to Size Guide Image

Small: (A) 17.5cm (6.9") | (B) 53 - 55cm (20.8 - 21.6")
Medium: (A) 18.5cm (7.3") | (B) 56 - 58cm (22 - 22.8")
Large: (A) 19.5cm (7.7") | (B) 59 - 61cm (23.2 - 24")

*If you're in between sizes, we recommend choosing the larger size

Features

  • Versatile design adapts to different sleeping positions
  • 360° Head ProtectionUnmatched comfort and protection for a good night's sleep, the Kate SleepSafe Cap is designed to withstand significant and repeated impact. Boasting a specially formulated, impact-absorbing, patented polyurethane foam, the state-of-the-art technology used for this special needs helmet provides optimum protection.
  • Discreet and silent for undisturbed sleep
  • 3D DesignThe liquid foam takes the shape of the mold and solidifies, offering a more organic fit that adheres to the body’s natural curvature. Its durable yet lightweight construction gives the Kate SleepSafe Cap outstanding wear comfort. This medical helmet also offers skin-friendly qualities, unparalleled hygiene, and freedom of movement without compromising the principal purpose. The Kate SleepSafe Cap is made to be worn for a long period of time and boasts unrivaled breathability.
  • Impressive moisture management technologyThe downy-soft knitted fabric absorbs sweat and transports it away from the body without overly drying the skin for the most comfortable protection ever.Material Features- Microperforated foam- Extra ventilation in between the padding- Facilitates breathability and convenience- A soft and comfortable base layer- Easy to maintain with machine washable convenience- Breathable and hypoallergenic fabrics for maximum comfort

FAQ's

Can I use a Ribcap with hearing aids?

Ribcap's design focuses on providing protection for the head, particularly against impacts and abrasions. While wearing a Ribcap, you should be able to use a hearing aid simultaneously. The material is typically flexible and should not interfere with the placement or function of a hearing aid.

How to take care of your Ribcap?

Hand Washing Method:

1. Prepare the Basin:
- Start by filling a basin or sink with lukewarm water.
- Add a mild detergent, steering clear of harsh chemicals like bleach.
2. Submerge and Agitate:
- Gently submerge your Ribcaps into the soapy water.
- Give it a gentle agitating motion to help remove dirt and stains effectively.
3. Soak and Rinse:
- Allow your Ribcaps to soak for a few minutes, letting the detergent work its magic.
- After soaking, carefully rinse your Ribcaps under cool, running water to remove all detergent residues.

Spot Cleaning Method:

1. Soapy Sponge or Cloth:
- Opt for the spot cleaning method by using a sponge or cloth soaked in soapy water.
2. Gentle Scrubbing:
- Gently scrub the soiled areas with the soapy sponge or cloth, targeting specific stains.
3. Rinse with Care:
- Rinse the cleaned areas with clean water, ensuring no soap residues remain.


Drying:

1. Lay Flat and Pat Dry:
- Lay your Ribcaps flat on a clean towel.
- Gently pat them to remove excess water, being mindful of the delicate materials.
2. Air Dry Naturally:
- Allow your Ribcaps to air dry naturally. Avoid exposing them to direct sunlight or artificial heat sources.


*Important Reminder: Do Not Machine Wash:*
It's crucial to avoid machine washing or tumble drying your Ribcaps, as this could potentially damage the materials.

 

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