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BabyDan BabyDen only £30.00 instore at Asda

Mike73 Avatar
8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
I've just returned from Asda Queensferry and saw that they were selling the BabyDan BabyDen for the vastly reduced price of £30, I think it's supposed to be about £70. A couple of years ago I'd have jumped at the chance to get one of these for such a good price, our little un is 3 now though so don't need it, but I'm sure there are others who would like one. No idea if it's online aswell, couldn't find it. Also don't know if it's nationwide or not. They had about half a dozen on a pallet in the middle of the centre aisle.
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[HUKD Blog Network]#1
Very Hot! Paid £70 for this a few months ago..
Will pass the info on to my friend whos been looking for one...
Thanks and heat added...
#2
http://www.newscientist.com/data/images/ns/cms/dn7529/dn7529-1_250.jpg

[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="3"]For all those lil' monkeys lookin' at moving up in the world eh.....[/SIZE][/FONT]
#3
It's a good price but I don't agree with shutting children out, what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?
#4
ukloz
It's a good price but I don't agree with shutting children out, what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?


Don't forget these can be used as a fire guard with the FOC brackets available. And a firegaurd is a legal requirement !!

So voted so hot, it should be on fire.
#5
ukloz
It's a good price but I don't agree with shutting children out, what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?
OMG, it's somewhere to put a baby who's just starting to crawl/walk while you get a drink or eat a meal, not to lock them in all day
#6
snappulus
Don't forget these can be used as a fire guard with the FOC brackets available. And a firegaurd is a legal requirement !!

So voted so hot, it should be on fire.


You can buy a real fireguard from Argos for less than £20!
[HUKD Blog Network]#7
ukloz
It's a good price but I don't agree with shutting children out, what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?


I have a 11 month who can run, so ill not be made to feel guilty for sitting her in it for 2 minutes, out of harms way ( have you caught the news recently??) while i nip to the loo..I can assure you we spend most of the day exploring and as for respect???

Once again thanks OP (from a awful mother, sitting drunk amidst a haze of cigarette smoke, playing online bingo while her poor daughter watches from behind bars :whistling: )
#8
My nephew had one of these and loved it. You can use it open as a barrier or stairgate. If I remember correctly it also goes round a cot mattress to make a travel cot
#9
Looks like a UFC (ultimate fighting champion) cage! Put 2 kids in there n place your bets...
#10
ukloz
You can buy a real fireguard from Argos for less than £20!


But you can't make a room divider or a stair gate out of a "real" fireguard!! And I have found that most "real" ones dont sit far enough away and become hot themselves thus defeating the object.
#11
Voted hot as this is a great price
#12
"Once again thanks OP (from a awful mother, sitting drunk amidst a haze of cigarette smoke, playing online bingo while her poor daughter watches from behind bars )"

LMAO
#13
excellent price for this babyden.
We have an awkward shape staircase where normal safety gates won't work. This babyden can be made into any shape to accomodate most spaces.
We even take ours on holiday to divide up room space where the holiday home may not be as child friendly as you would like
#14
ukloz
what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?


Maybe the message is that there are & should be boundries in life??!?


(& in front of stairs, fires & across doorways)
#15
ukloz
It's a good price but I don't agree with shutting children out, what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?


I think the message is actually that you are thinking of them and allowing them to play safely while you get on with things like the ironing etc. If, however, you want to leave your 10 month old to crawl around and explore the the world of household appliances when the doorbell rings, phone goes etc then be my guest :thumbsup:

Nice post OP
#16
HOT!!!! absolute bargain given how versatile it is :thumbsup: as for shutting children out is there a timer on it somewhere that prevents you from being able to remove your child after say 5mins:?
#17
Very good price got one of these a couple of years back from ebay for about £60 we used it as a room divider as the lounge was 21ft long so had PC, Lizards and fish tank on one side and everything else on the other side comes with wall fixing brackets and you can put the door where you want.
#18
Wow, I think this is the first deal I've put up which didn't go cold first! Like I said, we don't need one any more - we just lock her in the shed with the powertools for hours on end. I do know that we wanted one though for those occasions when you just need a few inutes to get something done without putting them at risk. We never did get one as we never found one within our budget. Typically this one would have been!

Can I just suggest though, that anybody interested in buying one might want to 'phone their local Asda in advance just to make sure that it wasn't just a one off at the Queensferry store - I'd hate to be disapointing people. I was in a bit of a rush otherwise I would have asked somebody if it was a national deal or not.

As long as I can help at least one parent to lock their child up for the afternoon while they go down the bookies then I'll be a happy man!
#19
Excellent deal - didnt get one of these as was about £100 when I was looking. When you are at home with a young child who is mobile you need to have somewhere safe to leave them to get on with the other 10,000 things you are expected to do because you 'dont work' including but not limited to, going for a pee...
#20
Top find, thank you
#21
Would love one of these for the nipper. He's only 3 month now but it won't be long before he will be poking his fingers into all the appliences and pulling at cables while I'm not looking. So I rang a couple of local store but none of them have heard of it!!. Damn shame.
#22
listerdude
Would love one of these for the nipper. He's only 3 month now but it won't be long before he will be poking his fingers into all the appliences and pulling at cables while I'm not looking. So I rang a couple of local store but none of them have heard of it!!. Damn shame.


Sorry to hear that, I really hope it isn't just a one off in Queensferry - I suppose it's always possible that the people you spoke to didn't know about the offer.
#23
Mike73
Sorry to hear that, I really hope it isn't just a one off in Queensferry - I suppose it's always possible that the people you spoke to didn't know about the offer.


Looks like they were items left over from "baby week". Have tried 7 stores and none in stock anywhere. Shame :-(
#24
THIS IS A FANTASTIC DEAL.
what more can i say i bought one a while back and i paid £80.
my son is 2 and he still loves going in there for peace and quiet from his 5 yr old sister.
gr8 item,gr8 price,
#25
shareef
Looks like a UFC (ultimate fighting champion) cage! Put 2 kids in there n place your bets...


spot on! :D
#26
These are excellent. We used ours as a playpen, TV protector and as a room divider.
Its a good price, but it remains to be seen whether anyone else can get it...
banned#27
I had one of these for my daughter - an absolute necessity I thought and well worth the £80 I paid - so if you can get one of these this is HOT HOT HOT.
#28
mmace
OMG, it's somewhere to put a baby who's just starting to crawl/walk while you get a drink or eat a meal, not to lock them in all day




agreed, lol, what a plonker!
#29
Good price if you need one, but has anyone actually managed to get one? Expired?
#30
Really want one of these, called customer services who said that stores with a baby centre should have got them, I called Livingstone (my nearest) to be told no they did'nt have them. A real pitty as the cheapest elsewhere is £68.
#31
shareef
Looks like a UFC (ultimate fighting champion) cage! Put 2 kids in there n place your bets...


Agreed, just think of the fun kids could have playing prison cell and a day in the zoo :p:whistling::p
#32
ukloz
It's a good price but I don't agree with shutting children out, what message are you telling your kids? how will they learn to respect things and explore the world they have been invited into?


...what a loser

These are an essential safety item. ...Great price :thumbsup:
#33
blue25
Really want one of these, called customer services who said that stores with a baby centre should have got them, I called Livingstone (my nearest) to be told no they did'nt have them. A real pitty as the cheapest elsewhere is £68.


Dammit... I was just gonna call them... :x
#34
I never tried Edinburgh, perhaps they have them, I waited ages to get to talk to someone at livingstone.
#35
If anyone knows of any stores in N. Ireland that are doing them, could they post it or pm me?
#36
I don't know why this deal has expired as I got one this afternoon and there was still some in stock. I don't know whether they are just selling them in the Asda/Walmart stores only.
#37
We originally phoned ASDA and they didn't have any idea what we were talking about. Anyway, I popped into the ASDA in Basildon today and although they didn't have any Baby Dan Baby Den, they did have 1 Lindam convertible playpen. They cost at least £70-80 in the shops, but they were selling it at £30. Thanks

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