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Item # MW5639, MW5640, MW5641, MW5642, MW6233
"Fun for our whole family! Use your imagination and become anything you want while stretching and moving through the material getting pressure and input all around your body." - Debbie Kissel, Special Needs Product Director at Fun and Function
- X-Small (Purple MW6233): 30"L x 22"W, ages 2-4
- Small (Red MW5639): 40"L x 26"W, ages 3-5
- Medium (Green MW5640): 47"L x 27"W, ages 6-8
- Large (Orange MW5641): 56"L x 28"W, ages 9-12
- X-Large (Blue MW5642): 60"L x 28"W, ages 12-adult
- Weighs approximately 7 oz.
- 93% polyester 5% spandex, 100% polyester hook and loop closures
- Machine wash cold. Air dry.
- Colors: purple, red, green, orange, or blue
We use it for everything"my children love their space explorers.....use them for watching TV, naps and playtime."Read MoreLove it.My son is 6 years old & weighs about 40 lbs - the right size....for us. My twins love it"Read MoreGreat!Great! Just a little too long for me, I got the extra large size (solid Blue print) It was what it recommended for my height, I am 5' 9", It was long enough, I would prefer it to be a little tighter for resistance and not so loose. But it is still a great!!!!!Read MoreEasy to orderMy son enjoys the item, but it was a bit expensive.Read MoreSpace Explorers, Solid, X-LargeThis is a pretty good product, kids love it, but it started coming apart at the bottom seam after only one day of use so I can’t give it more than 3 stars.Read MoreFun and Function Response:Hi Steve, We are really sorry your Space Explorer tore right away, that should not have happened. We have sent you a new one to replace it. The Fun and Function TeamLikes it!My granddaughter likes it!Read MoreNope...Bought for autistic son. He likes it at school, but NOT at home.Read MoreSpace Explorers, Solid, X-Large (60" x 30")should have bought this months ago!Read MoreSpace Explorers, Solid, Large (55" x 28")The kiddo LOVES this.Read MoreStar Suit!!!This suit was suggested to me for my child with Autism. At first, I thought it was very 70s groovy and might not be something my son would like. I was so wrong. He LOVES this suit!!! He calls it his star suit. He suffers from sensory depravation, and usually likes to be naked. His physical behavior is also exaggerated because he needs to be stimulated. This suit has not only turned him into a small superhero, it gives him the sensations he needs. I may need a second one, so I can wash one in between adventures. I'm so surprised and thankful such a product exists.Read More
Answered QuestionsPaula / Nov 25, 2017To measure properly for size, measure from the child’s shoulder to the floor and order the closest size.
X-Small: Age 3 (30"L x 22"W)
Small: Ages 4-5 (40"L x 26"W)
Medium: Ages 6-8 (47"L x 27"W)
Large: Ages 9-12 (55"L x 28"W)
X-Large: Ages 12 - Adult (60"L x 30"W)Kelly Rossi, Customer Service / Nov 29, 2017My child is 4 years old (36lbs 38 inches) and a sensory seeker. Looking for at the hug and space explores -Something with resistance to give that an outlet she needs and to be able to calm her body as a result of using it. Which would you suggest based on size and use?Jill k / Dec 5, 2016The Hug Sleeping Bag is a wonderful way to have deep pressure during nap time and in the night to provide calm and relaxation. The Space Explorers are lots of fun and provide much sensory input during the day, play time, etc. We can discuss the different options available with you. Just call us at 800 231 6329 and we can assist you further!Adina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Dec 5, 2016I am looking at the Transformer Sensory Sack, Space Explorers, and Hug (Lycra) Sleeping Bag. My kids are leaning towards the sleeping bag because they want the option of sleeping in it, but ai feel like the other two look way more stretchy and fun. Please compare/contrast these so I can have a better understanding of which to order. Thank you.Linda Brooksbank / Jul 18, 2016All three are nice and stretchy, provide deep calming pressure and allow for resistance and heavy workout. The Space Explorer has several size options and can be used standing or sitting or lying down. You can choose a cool animal print or a solid color. The Sensory Sack and Hug Sleeping Bag are one size fits all, and can be used sitting or lying down. Of course, the Sleeping bag can be used for both sleeping and play, while the others are not for night-time sleep. All are lightweight and fold easily for travel sensory breaks wherever and whenever!Adina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Jul 20, 2016Daisy / Mar 29, 2016The approximate ages are X-Small: Age 3 (30"L x 22"W), Small: Ages 4-5 (40"L x 26"W), Medium: Ages 6-8 (47"L x 27"W), Large: Ages 9-12 (55"L x 28"W). To measure properly for size, measure from the child’s shoulder to the floor and order the closest size.Adina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Feb 20, 2018What is the difference between this Transformer Sensory Sack and the Space Explorer? I'm trying to decide which one to get for my 5 year old sensory seeking son with autism.
Christine Polkovitch / Mar 29, 2016Both are similar in that they provide deep pressure and heavy work while moving around. The Space Explorers have different size options and can be used while standing, too. The Transformer Sensory Sack is one size fits all. The Space Explorers are available in animal prints so it allows imagination to go wild!Adina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Jul 21, 2016