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Mothercare Xpedior travel system £169.99 (was £249.99)

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A great travel system with great reviews. Includes pushchair, raincover and car seat. At a Glance The fantastic value Mothercare Xpedior pram and pushchair travel system comes complete with an i…
r11bey Avatar1h, 27m agoFound 1 hour, 27 minutes ago5 Comments
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would not recommend to anyone
worst pushchair ever
How is it compared to joie?
Don't give them the steam off your p!$$ !!!
Worst pram ever. Sent back twice to get fixed and eventually stopped using it before my daughter was one.
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STOKKE Pushchair Xplory4 [Purple Only] £580.30 @ Mothercare

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Seems a good deal even though only one colour, thought best to share! Price is circa £800-£850 in other places. USE CODE TXHE for £20 off - j8ulia
bungie240 Avatar1d, 1h agoFound 1 day, 1 hour ago11 Comments
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shoptilyoudrop
Brilliant push chair had ours for almost 6 years now & sometimes oh negative hot dealers you do get what you pay for!!!! It keeps a child high away from exhaust fumes & means high chairs often not needed while dining out. Can forward face too while theyre smaller & makes communication brilliant as there at your level. It's smooth, comfortable & well made. My husband & I are both tall & no back arching required while pushing it around. Stokke as a brand is brilliant - they think of every detail & are associated with quality, yes this may be a lot of money to some people & not to others but that doesn't change the fact for this product it's a good deal! Bore off "how much for a push chair brigade" if you have the money buy it - you won't regret it & your child will have what in my opinion is the best pushchair out there unlike bugaboo you're not paying for just a name you're paying for a brilliant design that's better than anything else!
And I second that!!
Brilliant push chair had ours for almost 6 years now & sometimes oh negative hot dealers you do get what you pay for!!!! It keeps a child high away from exhaust fumes & means high chairs often not needed while dining out. Can forward face too while theyre smaller & makes communication brilliant as there at your level. It's smooth, comfortable & well made. My husband & I are both tall & no back arching required while pushing it around. Stokke as a brand is brilliant - they think of every detail & are associated with quality, yes this may be a lot of money to some people & not to others but that doesn't change the fact for this product it's a good deal! Bore off "how much for a push chair brigade" if you have the money buy it - you won't regret it & your child will have what in my opinion is the best pushchair out there unlike bugaboo you're not paying for just a name you're paying for a brilliant design that's better than anything else!
megadrive2
You'd have to be bonkers to pay this much for a pushchair. We went through several relatively expensive models with our first 2 children. They all broke before the kids were out of them. For number 3 we bought a 20 year old mama's & papa's from the car boot for a tenner, lasted for as long as we needed it and we sold on for £50 when finished with. Newer doesn't always mean better.


​i have this pushchair for 2 years then I passed it on to my friend, he then used it for another 2 years. Now he gave it back to me so I can give it to another friend of mine. I think they can easy use it for another 2 years. Nothing wrong with it and it very easy to use when youre walking around with it.
You'd have to be bonkers to pay this much for a pushchair. We went through several relatively expensive models with our first 2 children. They all broke before the kids were out of them. For number 3 we bought a 20 year old mama's & papa's from the car boot for a tenner, lasted for as long as we needed it and we sold on for £50 when finished with. Newer doesn't always mean better.
use code TXHE for extra £20 off and don't forget 5% quidco (£28) - £532
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Bugaboo cameleon3 pram ALL COLOURS RRP £845 save £150 @ mothercare - £695.00

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Just got email today this bugaboo pram never goes goes on sale so i consider this a hot bargain!
sheasiy Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago19 Comments
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orchid84
jesus christ!! thats way too expensive. i can buy 3 graco evo with that price
​you cannot compare a graco to a bugaboo!!!
Did Christ have a bugaboo?
orchid84
jesus christ!! thats way too expensive. i can buy 3 graco evo with that price


​you cannot compare a graco to a bugaboo!!!
This is a deal!
bugaboo are really good quality, I brought one for my grandson, it still looks brand new, my daughter has never had one problem, if you walk a lot its the best as the suspension is amazing & unlike most pushchairs you can push it through snow, mud anything!!!!!
Bugaboo never goes on sale that is true. Try forking out for the double its crazy
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Edit 27/09 Maternity Best Present Ever Penguin Pyjamas (was £20) Now £9.00 using code at Mothercare (links in 1st comment)

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Ooooh I love these Maternity Best Present Ever Penguin Pyjamas, they're now half price over at Mothercare. You can now get an EXTRA 10% off sale clothing and maternity online using the code EXTRA10…
millarcat Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago9 Comments
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Awh I'm pregnant and I love penguins thanks so much for the share x
Thanks
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You can now get an EXTRA 10% off sale clothing and maternity online using the code EXTRA10

I'll update the prices in the comments to reflect this
Make a good prezzy if the wife has a beer belly. X)
maribecx
Click & collect is coming up £1.50 for me, I thought it was free?


They have started charging now, not sure when it stopped being free
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Mothercare Innosense Starter (Steriliser/Bottles) Kit - Was £59.99 Now £18.99

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Looks like a decent deal for a basic set. 1 x electric steam steriliser 1 x bottle and food warmer 4 x 150ml/5oz wide neck bottle with slow flow teat 4 x 240ml/8oz wide neck bottle with slow flo…
blondeyforever Avatar3d, 8h agoFound 3 days, 8 hours ago7 Comments
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sueyc
oos


I've just added it to basket and it's still in stock.


​was oos yesterday
Just ordered, bargain, thanks! X
sueyc
oos


I've just added it to basket and it's still in stock.
oos
a great price
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Mothercare elc half price toys(luxury dolls house, farmhouse kitchen) + 3 for 2 £155.00

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I got the luxury manor dolls house £80 with code reduced from £160 + the wooden farmhouse kitchen £75 reduced from £150 and the magical mimi wooden dressing table £70 as the free item so all of that f…
stephwfe Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago3 Comments
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UNXE add the code at checkout and it will take it down to £80
What code is it?
Doll house is showing as £160
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Huggies Pure Single Wipes - 56 Pack - 3 for £2.00 at Mothercare

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3 for £2 on Huggies Pure single pack wipes. Offer ends 19th October 2016. just add qty of 3 and the price will change to £2.
Catsy Avatar3d, 12h agoFound 3 days, 12 hours ago5 Comments
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Aldi wipes are much better at 54p a packet as well!! Huggies are rubbish compared, they tear easily and like 50 come out at once..... Which is not good when trying to change a wriggly 9 month old!!
You don't always get them this price except when they're on promo. The exception is home bargains who do 4 for £2.50.
Hot from me. Mothercare is closer to me
Opinions vary... i love these wipes and are the only ones i will use as they don't have that funny artificial feel and smell to the wetness. Never had any sore bottoms using these also. Still not hot however as you can usually pick them up for about this price. Or 4 for £2.70 in multipack.
aldi have the best baby wipes. My opinion. Huggies are useless
God I hate these, they are 3 for £2 at the coop too and they're honestly the worst wipes I've tried, they're not wet enough and when you try and get one they just rip
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Innosense® Electric Breast Pump £27.00 @ Mothercare

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Mothercare's own electric breast pump now with 70% off. Only £27, in store at silverlink Newcastle. Out of stock online. Was £89.99, seems a good deal, as most are £50 plus.
lirving78 Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago3 Comments
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Cycling_chum
can you check stock online?


Don't think so. I can't find an option to do so. Still showing out of stock online
can you check stock online?
Nice one thanks!
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Free Anti-Allergy Spring Cot Bed Mattress worth £90 When you Buy a Mothercare Cot Bed @ Mothercare (prices from £129.95 Del for Both)

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Think this is one of the best offers Mothercare has had in quite a while, buy a Mothercare Branded Cot Bed & get a Free Anti-Allergy Spring Cot Bed Mattress worth £90 (auto applied at checkout). Price…
wishihadadonkey Avatar4d, 14h agoFound 4 days, 14 hours ago1 Comment
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I have ordered this cotbed I hope it will be a good one because this was the. CHeapest cotbed And doesn't have any customer review so let's finger crossed.
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sterilising fluid 1 litre was £1.99 now 60p at mothercare

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Loads cheaper than the aldi baby event which has 1 litre for £1.99. Free C&C over £30 Someone else posted a great deal for steriliser for £5 also in mothercare sale
dueinfeb17 Avatar5d, 1h agoFound 5 days, 1 hour ago7 Comments
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randolph_45
WTF? no wonder the kids nowadays have so many things wrong with them. Whatever happened to hot water sterilization?
Are you suggesting kids apparently have more things wrong with them now because of sterilising fluid?
Hot water sterilisation doesn't technically exist, you need temperatures higher than boiling water to actually sterilise. Nothing significantly wrong with any method though, it's all about personal preference.
Before all this crap what did people use?


​Depends how far back you go, they just simply died more often.

I get your point, but things to change. Babies are important to look after, then when they're older get them in the mud.
What's wrong with industrial strength bleach.
Use this to get blackcurrant stains in pint glasses out that cannot be scrubbed works a treat.
yrreb88
randolph_45
WTF? no wonder the kids nowadays have so many things wrong with them. Whatever happened to hot water sterilization?
Are you suggesting kids apparently have more things wrong with them now because of sterilising fluid?
Hot water sterilisation doesn't technically exist, you need temperatures higher than boiling water to actually sterilise. Nothing significantly wrong with any method though, it's all about personal preference.
Before all this crap what did people use?
randolph_45
WTF? no wonder the kids nowadays have so many things wrong with them. Whatever happened to hot water sterilization?


Are you suggesting kids apparently have more things wrong with them now because of sterilising fluid?

Hot water sterilisation doesn't technically exist, you need temperatures higher than boiling water to actually sterilise. Nothing significantly wrong with any method though, it's all about personal preference.
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Misprice? Vtech BM3100 Colour Video and Audio Baby Monitor (was £99.99) Now only £24.99 at Mothercare

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Is this a misprice? Now only £24.99! You better be quick before it goes, it's going in and out of stock. Thanks to Fay on our facebook page for the tip! Elsewhere this is £99.99 at Toys R Us and…
millarcat Avatar5d, 5h agoFound 5 days, 5 hours ago6 Comments
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Put of stock
Says in stock when you click the link.

But when you click to add to basket that's when it says it's OOS. How misleading lol.


Edited By: Poch on Sep 22, 2016 17:33
Oos still !!!!!!!!!!!!
in stock now
oos online super bargain if you can get
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Graco evo xt pushchair bundle with carrycot, car seat and iso fix Base. £469.96 @ Mothercare

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I have been looking for a deal for a friend of the family and stumbled across this. It doesn't show up when searching on mothercare until you click on the pram. The pushchair alone is 380 so for
War Avatar5d, 6h agoFound 5 days, 6 hours ago2 Comments
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mhart32
we've got this pushchair and cannot fault it. great price. we paid £390 for the pushchair and carrycot 12 months ago.

Thanks but it's getting cold in here....
we've got this pushchair and cannot fault it. great price. we paid £390 for the pushchair and carrycot 12 months ago.
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innosense microwave bottle Steriliser only £6.00 was £19.99 @ mothercare online

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Some deals on at mothercare at the minute. Found this sterliser along with some other baby related items. maybe useful for someone. Free click and collect to store.
samzam Avatar5d, 10h agoFound 5 days, 10 hours ago6 Comments
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Ordered thanks needed another steriliser for weaning
Great. Was looking for a sterliser as im a new mum. Hot...! Thanku OP
jen241
i think tey are charging 1.50 for click and collect for orders under £30. i was trying to order a jeans for my daughter for £7 to collect in the shop but it says there's a charge for clict and collect
Wasn't aware of a click and collect charge :(
i think tey are charging 1.50 for click and collect for orders under £30. i was trying to order a jeans for my daughter for £7 to collect in the shop but it says there's a charge for clict and collect
Thanks
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Free Expectant Parent Events in Selected Mothercare Stores Across the UK

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Came across this when I was browsing the Mothercare Sale, thought it might help anyone who was pregnant, might be a great way to meet other expecting mothers in your area too. Monday 26th Sept - 7th
wishihadadonkey Avatar6d, 10h agoFound 6 days, 10 hours ago1 Comment
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Can I really get a free expectant parent? Yippee!
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up to 50% mothercare sale preview for 1 day

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mothercare send me an email with a link to 1 day exclusive sale preview up to 50 % I always grab few things as fast as I can lol :)
emi3008 Avatar6d, 12h agoFound 6 days, 12 hours ago6 Comments
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Does anyone know when it will start in store?
jellyjosie
Anyway to get around this click and collect fee? Seems absurd


​it's free if your order total is above £30
Anyway to get around this click and collect fee? Seems absurd
website down.. doesn't get to the checkout.
Does now-thanks for the post.
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Save £70 when you buy a selected Maxi-Cosi Pebble Infant Car Seat and a Maxi-Cosi FamilyFix Isofix Base £270.00 @ Mothercare

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Save £70 when you buy a selected Maxi-Cosi Pebble Infant Car Seat and a Maxi-Cosi FamilyFix Isofix Base. A total cost of £270. You must add both components to your basket to receive this offer…
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laurieleigh

I agree that the FamilyFix base is a gimmicky rip-off (as you're then limited to just one seat if you wish to continue using it) but it's highly unlikely that a baby will outgrow the Pebble by 12 months (my 13 mnth old is huge but still fits).

Don't think the familyfix is a gimmick, it's just that it is out of date compared to all the newer options available. I bought mine over 2 years ago and yes that meant I was restricted to buying the forward facing Pearl but it wasn't a problem since my little one could still fit in the pebble past 18 months! I paid less than £250 for the two back then so I don't think this is a good deal.

The old Pebble/family-fix combo should only be considered as a cheap option IMO and this doesn't feel cheap enough taking into the account the restrictions.
jdRiggs
Exactly it isn't iSize so unless you are confident you will be happy to have your baby forward facing when they get too big for the pebble seat (which could be at only12 months), it isn't a saving as this base will only take the forward facing pearl so you wouldn't be using it with the toddler pearl.

laurieleigh
jdRiggs
When the baby grows out of the pebble the familyfix base only takes the pearl forward facing toddler seat not the 2way pearl toddler seat (faces backwards and forwards) so if you want to keep your little one rear facing this familyfix base isn't any use you would need to buy both a new 2wayfix base and the pearl forward facing seat bit when they grow out of the pebble.
With the new iSize regulations / laws if the baby grows out of the pebble before 18 months you still couldn't put them in the forward facing pearl toddler seat which might be a problem. I suspect with iSize the family fix bases will be on the way out, the base gives more leg room with the pebble rearfacing but if your baby is tall or heavy then they may still be to heavy for the seat or tall for the seat before 18 months.
Might be worth considering the 2WayFix base instead which will let you keep all your options open?
That said with this deal you are getting the familyfix for the same price as the easyfix base so perhaps it is giving you the option of getting the forward facing pearl later without getting a new base but the forward facing pearl seat without the base is as expensive if not more so than most isofix forward facing seats so that isn't saving much either.
This isn't an iSize seat though so new laws (rf to 15 months) don't apply - The Pearl can be used from 9kg/9 months if someone is careless enough to want a baby of that age forward facing.

I agree that the FamilyFix base is a gimmicky rip-off (as you're then limited to just one seat if you wish to continue using it) but it's highly unlikely that a baby will outgrow the Pebble by 12 months (my 13 mnth old is huge but still fits).
It's a good saving plus a possible 4.2% back from Topcashback, but it's not a £70 saving other than at Mothercare. I only checked Amazon where it's £290, it might be cheaper still elsewhere.

Edited By: jdbigguy on Sep 21, 2016 04:24: Corrected % amount
Exactly it isn't iSize so unless you are confident you will be happy to have your baby forward facing when they get too big for the pebble seat (which could be at only12 months), it isn't a saving as this base will only take the forward facing pearl so you wouldn't be using it with the toddler pearl.

laurieleigh
jdRiggs
When the baby grows out of the pebble the familyfix base only takes the pearl forward facing toddler seat not the 2way pearl toddler seat (faces backwards and forwards) so if you want to keep your little one rear facing this familyfix base isn't any use you would need to buy both a new 2wayfix base and the pearl forward facing seat bit when they grow out of the pebble.
With the new iSize regulations / laws if the baby grows out of the pebble before 18 months you still couldn't put them in the forward facing pearl toddler seat which might be a problem. I suspect with iSize the family fix bases will be on the way out, the base gives more leg room with the pebble rearfacing but if your baby is tall or heavy then they may still be to heavy for the seat or tall for the seat before 18 months.
Might be worth considering the 2WayFix base instead which will let you keep all your options open?
That said with this deal you are getting the familyfix for the same price as the easyfix base so perhaps it is giving you the option of getting the forward facing pearl later without getting a new base but the forward facing pearl seat without the base is as expensive if not more so than most isofix forward facing seats so that isn't saving much either.
This isn't an iSize seat though so new laws (rf to 15 months) don't apply - The Pearl can be used from 9kg/9 months if someone is careless enough to want a baby of that age forward facing.
jdRiggs
When the baby grows out of the pebble the familyfix base only takes the pearl forward facing toddler seat not the 2way pearl toddler seat (faces backwards and forwards) so if you want to keep your little one rear facing this familyfix base isn't any use you would need to buy both a new 2wayfix base and the pearl forward facing seat bit when they grow out of the pebble.

With the new iSize regulations / laws if the baby grows out of the pebble before 18 months you still couldn't put them in the forward facing pearl toddler seat which might be a problem. I suspect with iSize the family fix bases will be on the way out, the base gives more leg room with the pebble rearfacing but if your baby is tall or heavy then they may still be to heavy for the seat or tall for the seat before 18 months.

Might be worth considering the 2WayFix base instead which will let you keep all your options open?
That said with this deal you are getting the familyfix for the same price as the easyfix base so perhaps it is giving you the option of getting the forward facing pearl later without getting a new base but the forward facing pearl seat without the base is as expensive if not more so than most isofix forward facing seats so that isn't saving much either.




This isn't an iSize seat though so new laws (rf to 15 months) don't apply - The Pearl can be used from 9kg/9 months if someone is careless enough to want a baby of that age forward facing.
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Bugaboo Buffalo Pram & Pushchair £100 off @ Mothercare £805.00

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£100 off at Mothercare. Perfect for families who like to explore, the Bugaboo Buffalo is an all-terrain pushchair that can tackle any surface from the smooth pavements of the city, to the bumpy, ro…
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talksalot81
My comment here is that more money does not always get you more or better quality. We looked at everything from budget through exotic and could often see little more than the name different. We went with a vennici system which has done everything and has the big pneumatic wheels and suspension which typically demands silly money. It cost in the region of 500.


You can hardly compare a bugaboo with a vennici- it's like comparing a ford with a BMW
If you want this model then not one of the above comments have anything to with this being a deal.
A possible 4.2% from Topcashback
which vennici model did you go for?

talksalot81
My comment here is that more money does not always get you more or better quality. We looked at everything from budget through exotic and could often see little more than the name different. We went with a vennici system which has done everything and has the big pneumatic wheels and suspension which typically demands silly money. It cost in the region of 500.
800 quid for a pram - hahaha
My comment here is that more money does not always get you more or better quality. We looked at everything from budget through exotic and could often see little more than the name different. We went with a vennici system which has done everything and has the big pneumatic wheels and suspension which typically demands silly money. It cost in the region of 500.
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Lamaze Rusty Robot £5.50 @ Mothercare - Preston

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Mothercare have the Lamaze Rusty Robot for £5.50. Out of stock online but loads in Preston store. No reduced label, just a standard white sticker. it's quite a large toy and one of my baby boys favour…
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Mothercare white muslin squares £9.99

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Great value! Still original price in the shop. Free c&c
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not sure why this has gone so cold...? anyway, heat from me.
You'd be Muham-mad to miss it.... Oh, you said 'Muslin'....

Edit - for a pack of 12 that doesn't seem too bad?

Edited By: Daltone on Sep 15, 2016 19:02: edit
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Pebli Town Starter Pack - 50% off - cheaper than amazon £29.99 @ Mothercare

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a little cheaper than amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pebli-4000-Town-Interactive-Toy/dp/9659197292/
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£15 on Amazon.....