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Bumbo seat and play tray 20% off @ boots £25.56

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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Bumbo Baby Sitter Blue

Product code 5387825
The Bumbo Baby Sitter is uniquely designed as a seat that allows babies to sit independently in an upright sitting position.

was £31.95 NOW £25.56


Bumbo Playtray

Product code 2873222

We are delighted to be launching the new Bumbo play tray that fits securely to the front of the Bumbo baby sitter. Ideal for weaning or keeping favourite toys within easy reach

was £9.99 NOW £7.99




also free delivery to store or free delivery over £40 spend ,

Also codes for 10% off £50 if u have quidco account , or 10% off £60 spend in codes section.
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#1
Its £26.95 in pink or blue at Amazon with FREE delivery to your home.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bumbotm-Baby-Sitter-EA101-PNK/dp/B000NAQADS/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=toys&qid=1277898702&sr=8-3

so its only a 5% real saving on the Amazon price.

Clearly boots do also give advantage points and free delivery to store so they are cheaper
#2
Aqua is £30.98 on amazon its only the pink at £26.95 , i have a boy and he aint sitting in pink

, so boots is stlll better value so why vote cold !!!!!!!!!!!!
#3
Alos lots more stuff on 20% discount HERE

so if ppl buy lots more they can get free delivery to home if not free to local store anyways and quidco cash back too
#4
nikkit72
Aqua is £30.98 on amazon its only the pink at £26.95 , i have a boy and he aint sitting in pink

, so boots is stlll better value so why vote cold !!!!!!!!!!!!


You are Wrong, Aqua is £30.98, however Pink & Blue are £26.95 at Amazon:

Surley blue is more of a boys colour than aqua?

I never said i voted cold?

I even said boots was cheaper, however if you want it delivered to your home then boots is more exspensive.


Enough Said.
#5
good price. We have one for our 5 month old daughter. Cracking product. Strongly recommend the table as well.
#6
These are excellent bits of baby kit for those considering one at the moment - holds them upright and stops them falling over..

Good price
#7
bought my little girl one of these 5 years ago used it for her & little brother a couple years later and it is one of the best things i bought. and they very rarely ever seem to be on cheap, still cost the same £30 that i paid 5 yeras ago.
#8
thanks, already had a bumbo, so have bought the tray to go on it as my little girl is only 4 months and keeps dropping everything! big hotness from me :)
#9
My wife is a paediatric osteopath and she hates these things. She says that you shouldnt make a baby sit up before it is ready to do so on its own. Unfortunately many people buy these for tiny babies.

Just sayin'...
#10
But then we did a bit of research and found that a lot of kids were able to make these fall over. I think the big uproar came when some "merkins" decided it would be a good idea to stick a kid in one of these and then put it on a raised surface. We steered clear.

Not usually one to criticise but given the nature of the product thought I would chip in.
#11
habanero
But then we did a bit of research and found that a lot of kids were able to make these fall over. I think the big uproar came when some "merkins" decided it would be a good idea to stick a kid in one of these and then put it on a raised surface. We steered clear.

Not usually one to criticise but given the nature of the product thought I would chip in.


Read the research. Centre of gravity is far to low for this to topple in my view.

Certainly our 5 month old leans back and forward and it is very, very stable.
#12
SFJnet
My wife is a paediatric osteopath and she hates these things. She says that you shouldnt make a baby sit up before it is ready to do so on its own. Unfortunately many people buy these for tiny babies.

Just sayin'...


Friend of ours is in the same profession and utterly disagrees and suggests that they are great for development of muscle....

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