Chicco Go Baby Carrier now only £15.00 @ Asda (Spend £25 to get free delivery to select local stores) - HotUKDeals
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The carrier has padded shoulder straps and a reinforced back section to support your posture, plus a wide headrest and heavily padded breathable lining for your little one. It adjusts at the waist and leg areas to fit you both better, with a dribble bib and cuddle pocket to help you feel closer. Baby faces inwards or outwards (from 4 months).

Full Specification
Size Small
Colour Race: Black, Cream & Red
Age Range Birth+
Brand Chicco
Material Fabric
Dimensions Product: H40 x W30 x D15cm Packed: H30 x W9 x D25cm
Minimum Age Birth
Maximum Child Weight 9kg
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banned#1
Asda stores that are available to collect from are very few and far between.
#2
What is the RRP?
[mod]#3
Banana79
What is the RRP?


Not sure, but the next cheapest I can find is £18 and selling for up to £35
#4
Thanks.
[mod]#5
SHOWMAN36
Asda stores that are available to collect from are very few and far between.


Every town and city that has an Asda store will accept "deliver to store items". The only ones that don't accept are the smaller stores, so not sure what you base that statement on really showman36. But we have had this discussion in various Asda threads in the past
#6
hmm, so usable from 4 months, until 9kg = relatively short window of opportunity to use the thing.

Why not just carry the baby 'like they used to in the old days'?
#7
it is from birth (inwards), they can face outwards fron 4 months! Anyone know if these are any good?
#8
Mine was a different brand but looks very similar. It was great. I used it from when dd was about 4 weeks old (forward facing) until about 8 months - she loved being carried in it and it was really comfortable for me. Hope this helps.
[mod]#9
RBW
Mine was a different brand but looks very similar. It was great. I used it from when dd was about 4 weeks old (forward facing) until about 8 months - she loved being carried in it and it was really comfortable for me. Hope this helps.


Yeah, we carried the boy around in one and he loved it; well when I say we, I mean I carried him; so Mum loved it also :-D
#10
andywedge
Yeah, we carried the boy around in one and he loved it; well when I say we, I mean I carried him; so Mum loved it also :-D


Lol... your son has a name Andy!! :)

My OH...( also an Andy), has always called our son 'the boy' too..... can you tell me why??? :w00t:
[mod]#11
dmh77
Lol... your son has a name Andy!! :)

My OH...( also an Andy), has always called our son 'the boy' too..... can you tell me why??? :w00t:


Cos he aint quite "the dude" yet :-D
#12
http://noumankhan.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/the-dude.jpg
The Dude abides! :-D
#13
Cheap price OP!

Although I bought one of these for my Daughter, they are so uncomfortable to wear for me and many other people I know, I have since invested in a Mai Tei sling this time around. I can carry my Son (16 onths, and also loves to be carried) for hours with out any problems.

There are lots of carriers WAAAAAY better than this, do some research before buying.
#14
agree with the above post, iv also had this carrier and never got on with it. I now have a Babasling & its really great , worth paying the extra for
#15
raukodur
hmm, so usable from 4 months, until 9kg = relatively short window of opportunity to use the thing.

Why not just carry the baby 'like they used to in the old days'?


yes, because slings are a new-fangled invention hahahahahahahaha! :roll:
#16
Voting hot like i've been advised to:whistling:
#17
andywedge
Cos he aint quite "the dude" yet :-D


Lol... 'tis all explained now.... thanks!! :thumbsup:
banned#18
It is very useful I think. May I know the weight?
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#20
Seems to me like this sling is good for men to use but doesn't suit women.

We have one and it's great for me to carry our boy in but the missus doesn't like it at all and finds it uncomfortable and not supportive enough for her back and neck.

(Very odd really, as I have a spinal problem but I use it with no grief at all...:? )
#21
Never carry your child face to front, it's apparently quite bad for the development of the hips. If these cheap carriers are uncontably for yourself just think what your child goes through. Especially little boys suffer when the thing between the legs is too small and th body weight goes right on their testicles. I have to say that I would like these products to be banned at all (baby walkers as well).
If you look for good carriers, my favorites are "Ergo Baby Carrier", "Manduca", "Dydimos" or the Sling. To be carried is great for a little Baby, so if you get a good carrier you have no back ache and a happy healthy child!
#22
i got babasling is great!

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