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Kids Inflatable Bouncy Castle Half Price B&Q - £17.46

Looks fun !

Originally £34.99

Width (cm): 160

Height (cm): 190

Length (cm): 160

Brand: B&Q

Age Restrictions: 3 years +

Warranty/guarantee details: B&Q standard guarantee

Category: Bouncy Castles
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#1
Thank you so much...another christmas presie in..
#2
Great deal, thanks for posting. I think B&Q have got the measurements wrong it should be CM not MM.
#3
Good price, I don't like bouncy castles though, I've seen far too many kids get injured by another's feet, elbows, head etc. Dangerous things unless they're on 1 at a time!
#4
Gball
Good price, I don't like bouncy castles though, I've seen far too many kids get injured by another's feet, elbows, head etc. Dangerous things unless they're on 1 at a time!


Life is dangerous
#5
Cold.
You can get similar things in poundshops.
How can you justify paying this much for something that is only 16cm x 16cm?

John
#6
jonboy32
Cold.
You can get similar things in poundshops.
How can you justify paying this much for something that is only 16cm x 16cm?

John


lol, idiot. Probably not even suitable for unborn foetuses then?
#7
Might be worth giving your local a ring if you are using collect in store..I reserved and went to my local in trafford park only to be told that they cant find the stock in store. Good price if you have a store that can find the stock :(
#8
Even at this price these cheap bouncy castles are not worth the money. They are made from the same material as paddling pools which is not very resistant to stress.

We had a pink princess one and used it once - it is okay for really small children but not for any over the age of 2 possibly 3 with parent supervision. Any older and it is one at a time and they will be bored fast.

Save up and get a proper one with a blower - you can pick them up for around £45 in sales. They are bigger, more fun and will last much longer.

I really think this would be a waste of money.

Edited By: ScotBoy on Aug 14, 2010 13:22: typo
#9
LMAO, why don't people have brains?

mrlegit
jonboy32
Cold.
You can get similar things in poundshops.
How can you justify paying this much for something that is only 16cm x 16cm?

John


lol, idiot. Probably not even suitable for unborn foetuses then?
#10
aircanman
LMAO, why don't people have brains?
mrlegit
jonboy32
Cold.You can get similar things in poundshops.How can you justify paying this much for something that is only 16cm x 16cm?John
lol, idiot. Probably not even suitable for unborn foetuses then?

At the time, the size posted was 160mm x 160mm.
If you can do basic maths, then you will see why I posted that comment.
Maybe if the OP had put the correct dimensions, then I would not have commented about the product being the size of a toy inflatable.

John

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