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Baby Reins Best Price + Type Any Ideas?

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Hello.. Im looking to get my 13 Month some baby reins. As he wants to walk everywhere and I would like peace of mind that he's not going to run into a road or crowd. Anybody know which ones are the …
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Hello..
Im looking to get my 13 Month some baby reins. As he wants to walk everywhere and I would like peace of mind that he's not going to run into a road or crowd.
Anybody know which ones are the best?
Any reasonable prices?

I dont want the wrist ones just the ones with a harness.

Thanks
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Asda do them for a few pound and they have them in pink and blue...i got the pink ones for my daughter and they are brilliant!
banned#3
iv got these for both of mine ( 3 and 4 year old), can be used as a arm strap too, cheap at 4.99
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SunshineKids-10175-Sunshine-Kids-Steps/dp/B00081L4YW/
#4
Thanks everyone i'll have a look. =)
#5
Just a word of warning, go for the cheaper ones first. I tried them on our son when he was about that age and he just ended up looking like a dog chasing it's tail because he wanted to hold the reins himself! They were binned after 2 attempts and he just learnt to hold our hands :)
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Just a word of warning, go for the cheaper ones first. I tried them on our son when he was about that age and he just ended up looking like a dog chasing it's tail because he wanted to hold the reins himself! They were binned after 2 attempts and he just learnt to hold our hands :)


Have to agree with you there, ours were barely used.

Try your local poundland, ours have basic ones in pink & blue :thumbsup:
#7
Thanks i think i will try cheaper ones.. Then upgrade if need be.. :)
#8
Once you've tried the cheap reins and if he likes them, maybe you could try something like a Goldbug Harness Buddy. Might be worth looking around. I saw something similar in my local baby shop (a ladybird one, a frog one and a penguin one) for half the price.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Goldbug-2-in-1-Harness-Buddy-Puppy/dp/B000L0E41K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1244492079&sr=8-1

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