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Kub moses basket RRP £80 limited stock £15.00 FREE P&P @ Nurserysavings.com

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create an account and you will get 150 pretty pennies which can be redeemed instantly for a £5 voucher making this moses basket £15!!! hot hot hot as its a very high quality larger than average moses …
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create an account and you will get 150 pretty pennies which can be redeemed instantly for a £5 voucher making this moses basket £15!!! hot hot hot as its a very high quality larger than average moses basket and includes a free kub teddy bear too! never seen such a cheap moses basket plus free P&P
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True however it's important to let new parents know that these are simply unnecessary, another item in a long list of supposed "essentials" that the corporations try to convince you that you need. Save the money for something else. Just my thoughts I'm sure others will insist they are required etc. - they are not.
#2
Nujol
True however it's important to let new parents know that these are simply unnecessary, another item in a long list of supposed "essentials" that the corporations try to convince you that you need. Save the money for something else. Just my thoughts I'm sure others will insist they are required etc. - they are not.

They are handy to have for downstairs for a nap in the day ... I found it handy anyway x
#3
Not sure if to get this. I have a Mamas and Papas Carrycot which costs £150 but have been told by some people I cant use it for overnight sleeping as it could be dangerous. Have a baby on the way anyday now
2 Likes #4
Even if it's not used much, would look great in the first photo's. :)
#5
Will get a cot in a few months
#6
i understand but £15 is not a lot to pay for a bed for 6 months that you can use with all your kids and keep for years, mothercare and toys are us sell them for £60+ so your saving a lot of money.
#7
Even cheaper. https://www.nurserysavings.com/furniture-nursery/cribs-moses-baskets/mothercare-white-moses-basket-with-coverlet/:)
Just realised, refurb.

Edited By: dereklogan7 on Sep 30, 2016 23:49
#8
kub is a better brand than mothercare the value mothercare ones sell for around £35 good spotting though!
#9
Maybe worth getting a few and sell them up at the maternity ward. :D
5 Likes #10
Qasim7
Not sure if to get this. I have a Mamas and Papas Carrycot which costs £150 but have been told by some people I cant use it for overnight sleeping as it could be dangerous. Have a baby on the way anyday now
I used to sleep in a drawer and I'm still here. X)
1 Like #11
dereklogan7
Qasim7
Not sure if to get this. I have a Mamas and Papas Carrycot which costs £150 but have been told by some people I cant use it for overnight sleeping as it could be dangerous. Have a baby on the way anyday now
I used to sleep in a drawer and I'm still here. X)
My first cot was half a tuba carrying case. Great times.
#12
umirza85
dereklogan7
Qasim7
Not sure if to get this. I have a Mamas and Papas Carrycot which costs £150 but have been told by some people I cant use it for overnight sleeping as it could be dangerous. Have a baby on the way anyday now
I used to sleep in a drawer and I'm still here. X)
My first cot was half a tuba carrying case. Great times.
Hope you don't look like one. X)
#13
oos now
#14
mmm007
oos now


​they have lots of others for same price or bit
cheaper for grade b which is just customer returns or repackaged

Edited By: sheasiy on Oct 01, 2016 06:56: spelling
#15
OOS
#16
Expire please..
#17
out of stock
#18
Nujol
True however it's important to let new parents know that these are simply unnecessary, another item in a long list of supposed "essentials" that the corporations try to convince you that you need. Save the money for something else. Just my thoughts I'm sure others will insist they are required etc. - they are not.

What do you suggest we all use instead then?
1 Like #19
What a rubbish shop..All oos apart from A grades that are much higher then price advertised!
#20
HeadphoneGeeza
Nujol
True however it's important to let new parents know that these are simply unnecessary, another item in a long list of supposed "essentials" that the corporations try to convince you that you need. Save the money for something else. Just my thoughts I'm sure others will insist they are required etc. - they are not.

What do you suggest we all use instead then?


Both our children bedshared from day one.

Or if you desire to trap the children in a cot then use that.

My point is that along with 101 other things Moses baskets are sold to parents as being a de facto requirement when they are not.
#21
Qasim7
Not sure if to get this. I have a Mamas and Papas Carrycot which costs £150 but have been told by some people I cant use it for overnight sleeping as it could be dangerous. Have a baby on the way anyday now


You need something flat for them if its flat then there should be no problem
1 Like #22
dereklogan7
umirza85
dereklogan7
Qasim7
Not sure if to get this. I have a Mamas and Papas Carrycot which costs £150 but have been told by some people I cant use it for overnight sleeping as it could be dangerous. Have a baby on the way anyday now
I used to sleep in a drawer and I'm still here. X)
My first cot was half a tuba carrying case. Great times.
Hope you don't look like one. X)


*BA' DUM' TSHHHHH*

lol
#23
sues
Nujol
True however it's important to let new parents know that these are simply unnecessary, another item in a long list of supposed "essentials" that the corporations try to convince you that you need. Save the money for something else. Just my thoughts I'm sure others will insist they are required etc. - they are not.

They are handy to have for downstairs for a nap in the day ... I found it handy anyway x


There very handy, your statement is completely false my friend.

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