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Elmo Live - Only £48.00 (+ p&p) @ ELC £52.95

£52.95 @ Early Learning Centre (ELC)
Use 20% off voucher (PARTY) for this price. Even with postage it's presently cheaper than anywhere else (Amazon @ £57, Play/Argos @ £59.99 etc). * (Or if there's 2 of you and you order 2 Elmos, as… Read More
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Use 20% off voucher (PARTY) for this price. Even with postage it's presently cheaper than anywhere else (Amazon @ £57, Play/Argos @ £59.99 etc).

* (Or if there's 2 of you and you order 2 Elmos, as postage is free over £100, if you spend another £5, you end up with these post free at just £48 each!)
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#1
Why cold folks, where is this cheaper??
#2
Err... 'cos it's cra*p:p
#3
cheapskate58
Err... 'cos it's cra*p:p
I'm sure lots of parents wouldn't agree.
#4
whizzkid
I'm sure lots of parents wouldn't agree.


Actually, the majority of parents will agree- and as a parent so I can speak with some degree of wisdom and experience.

Utter waste of money:p
#5
But do kids still watch Sesame Street ? is it still on even?
I'm pretty sure most kids wont know who this bug eyed monster is
#6
Captain Hook
But do kids still watch Sesame Street ? is it still on even?
I'm pretty sure most kids wont know who this bug eyed monster is
Mine do!
#7
whizzkid
Mine do!



I stand corrected
#8
i got TMX Elmo Secret Edition for £10 from Woolworths, what makes this one worth £40 more?
#10
i am not voting on this but would like to say why the heck do the toy companies and retailers price these toys so high? they use children as tools to bleed their parents dry, they should learn to be less greedy and devilish especially after the banking crisis/collapse
#11
This was suppose to sell out this Xmas, with recession already here I don't anyone will break the bank for one :)
#12
I got my son the tmx Elmo, great toy......the you tube vis made this look great imo, hot from me as it is gonna be a wanted toy come xmas!
#13
I personally love this Elmo - then again Im a sucker for such things. Wouldnt pay this much though! I want it but not that much. Prices will drop before Christmas. On everything. Betting woolies will have this cheap!
#14
Agreed, this doesnt look like a bad toy, its just the price i think everyone hates as at the end of the day it is a kids toy.
#15
cheapskate58
Actually, the majority of parents will agree- and as a parent so I can speak with some degree of wisdom and experience.

Utter waste of money:p

How much did you pay for the one you got ?
#16
Its in 3 for 2 toy offer at woolies - but out of stock online...
#17
I don't think this is extortionate for what it does. I would pay £48 for it.
Voted hot.
#18
whizzkid
Mine do!


Mine too - they love it. Seriously considering buying one of these - VERY expensive for a bargain hunter like me though!!! :?
#19
I think I can wait til the Jan sales for this!!!

Love Elmo.....as you can probably tell!! :oops:

:roll:
#20
cheapskate58
Actually, the majority of parents will agree- and as a parent so I can speak with some degree of wisdom and experience.

Utter waste of money:p


I completely disagree.
I have a 3.5mth old who I know will be in fits of giggles on xmas day (he will be 6mths old) when his 2 yr old brother sets this off.
Im 110% sure his brother will absolutely love it too.
#21
angelaing
I completely disagree.
I have a 3.5mth old who I know will be in fits of giggles on xmas day (he will be 6mths old) when his 2 yr old brother sets this off.
Im 110% sure his brother will absolutely love it too.


You'd be better off buyng a glove puppet for a fiver and putting the rest of the money saved into a fund for their college expenses in the future.

You'll have a lot more fun inter-acting with them and you'll make 'em laugh just as much, if not more. You could even make a glove puppet for next to nothing with a bit of imagination.

This Elmo toy will get broken and end up in landfill or be just ignored within a year.

If your kids still find it funny in 12 months, I'd start to worry:p
#22
cheapskate58
You'd be better off buyng a glove puppet for a fiver and putting the rest of the money saved into a fund for their college expenses in the future.

You'll have a lot more fun inter-acting with them and you'll make 'em laugh just as much, if not more. You could even make a glove puppet for next to nothing with a bit of imagination.

This Elmo toy will get broken and end up in landfill or be just ignored within a year.

If your kids still find it funny in 12 months, I'd start to worry:p


Some parents do actually have that amount of money to spend on their kids and also put money away for their future....I have already bought one for my daughter for xmas as she used her TMX one to death.......:)
#23
sindy
Some parents do actually have that amount of money to spend on their kids and also put money away for their future....I have already bought one for my daughter for xmas as she used her TMX one to death.......:)



Well, if you've got cash to spare then give it away to people who will go hungry at Christmas rather than waste it on this:p
#24
cheapskate58
Well, if you've got cash to spare then give it away to people who will go hungry at Christmas rather than waste it on this:p


My Charity work is never neglected :p
#25
cheapskate58
You'd be better off buyng a glove puppet for a fiver


Bet your kids cant sleep on xmas eve :roll:
#26
springbrucesteen
Bet your kids cant sleep on xmas eve :roll:


They certainly can't sleep on Xmas eve.

However they're in their teens now and get much more expensive but worthwhile gifts, which I can afford 'cos I didn't waste my money on cra*p like this when they were tiny:p
#27
cheapskate58
They certainly can't sleep on Xmas eve.

However they're in their teens now and get much more expensive but worthwhile gifts, which I can afford 'cos I didn't waste my money on cra*p like this when they were tiny:p


Sorry , my kids wont go for that excuse when i pull out the glove puppet on xmas morning :p
#28
springbrucesteen
Sorry , my kids wont go for that excuse when i pull out the glove puppet on xmas morning :p


Depends how old they are. I've never seen a two year complain that they haven't got the latest TV-advertised piece of cra*p on Christmas morning. They're too busy ripping off wrapping paper and playing with that and the cardboard box instead of the gift.

Seriously, if anyone has pre-school kids who would be disappointed if they didn't get the "Toy of the Year", you really need to address some serious parenting issues:whistling:
#29
cheapskate58
Depends how old they are. I've never seen a two year complain that they haven't got the latest TV-advertised piece of cra*p on Christmas morning. They're too busy ripping off wrapping paper and playing with that and the cardboard box instead of the gift.

Seriously, if anyone has pre-school kids who would be disappointed if they didn't get the "Toy of the Year", you really need to address some serious parenting issues:whistling:


So what age should kids be before they are allowed an Elmo live :p
#30
springbrucesteen
So what age should kids be before they are allowed an Elmo live :p


When they're old enough to see that it's an utter waste of money and they'll be bored with it within hours.:p
#31
My sister loves her TMX Elmo, she was 6 months when i bought it, and is now 9 months old, and likes it even more
#32
peodude
My sister loves her TMX Elmo, she was 6 months when i bought it, and is now 9 months old, and likes it even more


She discussed that with you did she?

FFS, put a big cardboard box on the floor and I bet she'll have a better time playing with it than £50s worth of Elmo. :thumbsup:
#33
cheapskate58
She discussed that with you did she?

FFS, put a big cardboard box on the floor and I bet she'll have a better time playing with it than £50s worth of Elmo. :thumbsup:


xmas must have been a hoot for your kids.
"surprise........santas left you all loads of empty boxes " :p
hope you at least put some fancy ribbons on the boxes :roll:
#34
springbrucesteen
xmas must have been a hoot for your kids.
"surprise........santas left you all loads of empty boxes " :p
hope you at least put some fancy ribbons on the boxes :roll:


You made the same point earlier - you haven't re-presented it in a better way at all.

You still don't seem to be able to understand that this is an utter waste of money for pre-school children. It has been suggested that it is especially suitable for a 6 month and a 2 year old child. :whistling:

Utter cra*p.

If you think this is a suitable gift I obviously won't change your mind and quite frankly, I don't give a flying one either.:p
#35
cheapskate58
You made the same point earlier - you haven't re-presented it in a better way at all.

You still don't seem to be able to understand that this is an utter waste of money for pre-school children. It has been suggested that it is especially suitable for a 6 month and a 2 year old child. :whistling:

Utter cra*p.

If you think this is a suitable gift I obviously won't change your mind and quite frankly, I don't give a flying one either.:p


you seem to have rather strong views on people spending £50 to get a nice present for their kids at xmas time.
Think we should leave it , you stick with the glove puppet for a couple of quid , I will stick with the work of the devil .............Elmo live :santa:
#36
cheapskate58
You made the same point earlier - you haven't re-presented it in a better way at all.

You still don't seem to be able to understand that this is an utter waste of money for pre-school children. It has been suggested that it is especially suitable for a 6 month and a 2 year old child. :whistling:

Utter cra*p.

If you think this is a suitable gift I obviously won't change your mind and quite frankly, I don't give a flying one either.:p
The definition of 'utter waste of money' and 'c**p' is subjective and personal - it obviously is to you, so fair enough. But give up trying to lecture the whole world that you're right and they're wrong, cos you won't win!
#37
whizzkid
The definition of 'utter waste of money' and 'c**p' is subjective and personal - it obviously is to you, so fair enough.


It's a ridiculous waste of cash to buy this for a pre-school child. If it is not then please explain why it's a value for money purchase.

whizzkid
But give up trying to lecture the whole world that you're right and they're wrong, cos you won't win!


Oh dear. If that's the case then society would never have moved beyond the casual acceptance of human sacrifice, slavery or genocide FFS:whistling:

It's a cra*ppy toy that costs £50:p
#38
You're like a stuck record.....
#39
whizzkid
You're like a stuck record.....


And you're not?:?

:p

You still haven't answered the points - you're probably spending too much time with your Elmo
#40
springbrucesteen
Bet your kids cant sleep on xmas eve :roll:


LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:-D:-D:-D

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