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Chicco next to me crib £80.00 @ boots Cardiff RRP £189

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Chicco next to me crib £80 @ boots Cardiff. Dove Grey colour. Use advantage offers to reduce further. 2 left on shop floor. (currently £189 online). I managed to get mine for £75 with the £5 off … Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Chicco next to me crib £80 @ boots Cardiff. Dove Grey colour. Use advantage offers to reduce further. 2 left on shop floor. (currently £189 online).

I managed to get mine for £75 with the £5 off advantage card offer, also received 240 points!
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#1
Which Cardiff Store?
#2
Flower2017
Which Cardiff Store?


City centre sorry
#3
Fantastic price! When I was looking for my little bubba I couldn't find any deals on the next to me. Thanks for posting op I'm sure someone will benefit
1 Like #4
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
8 Likes #5
zebik
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
Not as dangerous as uneducated flippant comments with zero substantiation and explanation.
#6
Oneday77
zebik
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
Not as dangerous as uneducated flippant comments with zero substantiation and explanation.


Oh well, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't want to find my little one on the floor thanks to this crib.
1 Like #7
zebik
Oneday77
zebik
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
Not as dangerous as uneducated flippant comments with zero substantiation and explanation.
Oh well, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't want to find my little one on the floor thanks to this crib.
I think the idea is you remove the wall that is next to the bed - not the other one
#8
zebik
Oneday77
zebik
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
Not as dangerous as uneducated flippant comments with zero substantiation and explanation.


Oh well, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't want to find my little one on the floor thanks to this crib.


On the floor?? It attaches to the side of your bed.....! You can also leave the side up if you are that concerned oO
#9
This is a great find want to get one of these when have DC2
#10
zebik
Oneday77
zebik
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
Not as dangerous as uneducated flippant comments with zero substantiation and explanation.
Oh well, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't want to find my little one on the floor thanks to this crib.

Oh wow. They walk amongst us.
#11
Search internet there is a news article of a baby getting stuck and dying.

Edited By: rjace on Feb 11, 2017 22:15: Spelling
#12
rjace
Search internet there is a news article of a baby getting stuck and dying.
That's for the Bednest crib not this one. But buyers should be aware anyway
#13
zebik
Oneday77
zebik
I think it dangerous having one of the walls removed from the crib.
Not as dangerous as uneducated flippant comments with zero substantiation and explanation.
Oh well, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't want to find my little one on the floor thanks to this crib.
An opinion based on little knowledge of the product and to be honest of how mobile New born babies are.
The cot is height adjustable to match your bed. Then it comes with really long straps so you can firmly attach it to the side of your bed. In essence it becomes an extension of your mattress.
This allows the baby to know mum is close by, makes feeding in bed easier and as it is not on your own bed you can't roll over the child. The major reason why they shouldn't be in your bed.
New born babies are barely mobile, so the chance of rolling or shuffling out this is very remote.
My only concession to safety is the sides aren't very high so once sitting up you need to stop using it.
#14
Great price. Paid almost double that.

Edited By: danielonline on Feb 12, 2017 00:20: ..
#15
Great product. The smaller sleepyhead deluxe fits inside and the combination of both is a lifesaver for us.
#16
This product is a life saver, trust me.
#17
I've got a second hand one for sale in Neath if anyone wants it. Barely used I'll take 60 on.
#18
Would you guys really spend this amount of money for only 5 6 months?? If you read the description after that period you need to find a new bed.
#19
i just let mine sleep on the floor, i mean you can't really fall off the floor unless your wasted and I'm not letting him drink the hard stuff until hes at least 4 or 5 :p
1 Like #20
Anyone seen them in or close to birmingham for this price?
#21
sqlguerrilla
Would you guys really spend this amount of money for only 5 6 months?? If you read the description after that period you need to find a new bed.
£80 for 6 months of sleep? Worth it? You're clearly not a parent!
#22
Anyone seen these at this price anywhere else other than Boots Cardiff?
#23
jamesdew
I've got a second hand one for sale in Neath if anyone wants it. Barely used I'll take 60 on.


have you still got this available

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