Dilassi for youDilassi, that’s me, Anne Laßhofer. Our German friends often call us „die Lassis” and that made me “Dilassi”. I originally developed the WichtelWarm cape for my little daughter; I wanted a practical and sustainable cape for her while riding in her bike seat or trailer whatever the weather. It turned out to be very useful – not only for us. And here it is available for you: Your WichtelWarm Cape, for everyday rides and tours, for outdoor families.
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How do I put the WichtelWarm cape on?
- Please open the zipper completely
- Now take the back part of the cape and the hood together in both hands and make sure the opening for the head is widely open. Carefully pull it over your child’s head like you would do with a bodysuit or shirt.
- The back part of the cape (with the large reflectors) goes down to the shoulders and then over the back rest.
- Pull the hood over the helmet to protect from wind and rain or roll it up as neck rest.
- Fasten the elastic straps under the feet or preferably below the footrests of the bike seat.
How do I adjust the WichtelWarm to fit my child and our bike seat?
Any care instructions?
Can I use the WichtelWarm for our bike trailer, family cargobike or for our front bike seat?
How sustainable ist the WichtelWarm cape?
Can I buy the WichtelWarm in a shop?
Start over new and do something totally different…, who hasn’t dreamt of that occacionally?
One year ago I started my own business. That was the start of Dilassi and I was suddenly an entrepreneur, a mompreneur and a solopreneur. It wasn’t easy. I mean, who resigns a well paid part-time job as a pharma manager to start a project with dubious outcome?
You need to be crazy. Or have a vision. Or both.
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