Baby Changing Unit @ Cdiscount - £39.98 Delivered (+8% Quidco) - - HotUKDeals
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Just had our own nipper and realised what a pain in the bum it is too change him on the floor. Looked around and short of going on Ebay, this is the cheapest out there.

Antique pine finish, solid pine with solid bun feet and handles. Changer top unit, 1 drawer and 1 shelf.

Product is £39.99, Delivery £1.99 minus 8% (exc delivery) £38.78 total!!!

There might be a cheaper delivery option out there too - but im not 100% on them.

Width (cm) 81 Depth (cm) 52 Height (cm) 90

PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 2 WEEKS FOR DELIVERY.

Solid pine construction including feet & handles, hardboard drawer bottoms, plastic drawer runners. Flat packed for easy home assembly.
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[admin]#1
Delivery should be free with voucher, please don't include Quidco in your final price as not everyone uses it :)

Thanks for your post!
1 Like #2
Looks nice, shame my two are too big now. Good find!
#3
Much safer on the floor, and cheaper too!
#4
"Much safer on the floor" - if you don't count the strain on your back!

Two big thumbs up from me. We have a makeshift one upstairs and had one of these downstairs and they are an absolutely Godsend. Plus you can keep all the consumables within arms reach (nappies, cream, etc!).
#5
Put my 14 year old baby on this - he remained as smelly as argumentative as always - I was hoping it would change him into a charming small pink smelling child.
#6
TiscaliSurvivor
Put my 14 year old baby on this - he remained as smelly as argumentative as always - I was hoping it would change him into a charming small pink smelling child.


LOL ! worth a try :w00t:
#7
What ever happened to just putting the baby down on the bed or the floor to change him/her?

£40 to change a nappy, bit pricey unless i'm missing the point.
#8
ok untill your baby turns over. much safer on a bed.
#9
Unnecessary bit of kit, imo.
#10
You wouldn't leave your baby to roll around on the floor when changing, and neither do you on a changing station. Honestly, changing baby on a station makes a whole world of difference. Easy, neat and tidy and safe. Ten thumbs up from me.
#11
liddlefeesh
You wouldn't leave your baby to roll around on the floor when changing, and neither do you on a changing station. Honestly, changing baby on a station makes a whole world of difference. Easy, neat and tidy and safe. Ten thumbs up from me.


You might for a few seconds to grab a nappy or wipe. Which would be ok on the floor, but not on one of these things!!!
#12
Benjimoron
You might for a few seconds to grab a nappy or wipe. Which would be ok on the floor, but not on one of these things!!!


And you're standing next to the child? I don't see the problem, myself...
#13
liddlefeesh
And you're standing next to the child? I don't see the problem, myself...


You think it's fine to let your child roll off one of these???

Either way, MUCH safer on the floor.
#14
Benjimoron
You think it's fine to let your child roll off one of these??.


Do you genuinely think that I said that?

Your comment is a Straw Man fallacy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw_man

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