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Munchkin snack catcher/snack pot - normally £3.99 now 2.00 for £4.00 - ASDA instore and online

£2.00 @ George (Asda George)
These are amazing if you have a toddler! Usually £3.99 but Asda have these as part of their 2 for £4 Weaning offer. Also includes beakers, cutlery, cups etc. So basically you get it for half price … Read More
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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
These are amazing if you have a toddler! Usually £3.99 but Asda have these as part of their 2 for £4 Weaning offer. Also includes beakers, cutlery, cups etc. So basically you get it for half price - £2.00!!!

No more spilled snacks on the floor or car seat. Our clever Snack CatcherTM cup keeps bite-sized snacks inside the container until little fingers pull them out. Even if it tips over! The soft flaps make it easy to access and the little finger cleaning bumps are a special plus for keeping nearby surfaces cleaner. This is one snack holder that will catch your attention...and keeps messes to a minimum!

Domed container holds 9 oz. of dry snacks
Protective bottom keeps tabletops scratch-free
A place to write child's name on the bottom
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#1
good deal was thinking these would do my sons for school lunches! :-D
#2
already posted this week
#3
my 18 month old managed to get all his grapes out of his a few times so not that good, still a hot deal though
#4
My 10 month old has learnt to bang them hard enough and the entire contents falls out. I thought they were a good idea, but after spending hours picking up raisins im not so sure now.
#5
I actually think these are great, think the trick is not to overload it too much, would recomend them
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