My Child Skater Board retails around £40 most places reduced to only £14.99 @ Tesco Direct + free delivery to store - HotUKDeals
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As above! A quick google shows these are aroung £40 elsewhere! Great price, I've seen them sell for more used in the past!

EDIT: Just wanted to add that these seem to be this price instore too (Well they are in the Hindley branch)
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#1
Wow that's a bargain even worth paying delivery for!
#2
great deal!
#3
Thanks great price
#4
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?
#5
good deal!
[mod]#6
Great price, thanks comet06 :)
#7
Make em walk!!!
your only putting off what they will have to do eventually any way!

Stop mothering them so much
#8
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?


+1 i kick the back of the pram half the time as it is, sticking something like this on the back would be totally impractical if you ask me!
#9
Thanks been thinking about getting one of these!
#10
How do we know what prams these fit? xx
1 Like #11
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?
This isn't for 1st-time mothers. By your 7th or 8th child you'll be bowlegged enough to comfortably walk astride this product.
#12
will that fit quinny buzz?
3 Likes #13
Floravada
Make em walk!!!your only putting off what they will have to do eventually any way!Stop mothering them so much
Imagine the scenario, you have three young children, you have to walk a fair bit everyday...one of them gets tired and you are on your own. Would you a) carry them b) make them walk at 1 mile an hour whilst listen to their whinging stressing you out or c) pay a bargain price of £14.99 to give you BOTH a little break? I know what I would do.......hence me already owning one! :D

Edited By: prettyprincess on Sep 29, 2010 10:42: spelling!
#14
Thanks, been looking for one these :)
#15
Floravada
Make em walk!!!
your only putting off what they will have to do eventually any way!

Stop mothering them so much


Yeah, parents should just drag their toddlers by the scruff when they get tired from walking all day.
#16
ordered one thanks. I start child minding soon and didn't want to buy a double buggy for the sake of a few months so now my 2yo can go on this and the baby in the buggy. perfect
#17
Top find, just ordered one
#18
dont need one but good price
#19
Rubisco
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?
This isn't for 1st-time mothers. By your 7th or 8th child you'll be bowlegged enough to comfortably walk astride this product.



Like a wizards sleeve :)
#20
JoeBeesley
Rubisco
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?
This isn't for 1st-time mothers. By your 7th or 8th child you'll be bowlegged enough to comfortably walk astride this product.



Like a wizards sleeve :)


haha..but I hope for your sake most mothers in here don't get this.
#21
Have just been into Tesco and they are this price in my local store so may be instore also!
#22
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?


You do end up having to take smaller steps and constantly be aware of it. But they are still worth having.

maddam78
will that fit quinny buzz?


Not sure about this one but the Lascal buggy board fits my quinny buzz so it probably would.
#23
hot
#24
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride? Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?

Put one foot on it and use it as a scooter 8)
#25
Great price! And a fantastic buy! They are the best thing for toddlers. I used mine all the time. Unfortunately my eldest is too big now or he would still be using it. I would recommend these highly
#26
So these are £14.99 instore to!???
#27
Thanks, ordered for free store delivery X) - That should save going out and finding none left! Hope it fits the Buzz...
2 Likes #28
To hell with the other kids using em ! I am buying one so I can jump on going down hill !!! wheeeee !!!!


(for the PC crowd: the above activity will be undertaken on private land under strict supervision with no cars or lorries to squish me or my baby - no babies were harmed in the making of this post)
#29
Ok for the owners of Maclaren XLR or similar these are not a very good fit. As the back legs have so much attatched to them it is hard to find a place to attatch this. Also not designed very well for a square framed pushchair, better on round or oval. Gonna have a good play with it later but its not the best fit, but for the money it is very sturdy. tried my 2 yo on it and she was fine.
#30
Does not fit the Quinny Buzz (2007, I Think); gets close, but not quite!
#31
heat added!! ordered one. I got a Maclaren though. can always take it back if it doesnt fit :)
#32
Doesn;t fit my Maclaren but fits perfectly on my dads wheelchair so even better as take him out more
#33
Floravada
Make em walk!!!
your only putting off what they will have to do eventually any way!

Stop mothering them so much


you wouldnt b saying that if u were that kid :p
#34
cowkiller
gherkingHUD
Erm... forgive my ignorance, but where do the parent's legs go if you have a long stride?

Wouldn't the pusher's ankles knock against the platform, or instead cause them to take itty-bitty steps to avoid it?


i'll worry about that when its my turn to push the buggy. other half does the school run :)
+1 i kick the back of the pram half the time as it is, sticking something like this on the back would be totally impractical if you ask me!
#35
debbuck
Doesn;t fit my Maclaren but fits perfectly on my dads wheelchair so even better as take him out more


can you make it fit the maclaren? even with difficulty. i desperately need it & got the maclaren triumph puschair
#36
not sure on triumph but on the techno xlr all the breaks and folding mechanism are on the back bars. I can get it to fit as sorts but wouldn't want to use it all day. Will also say long arms are a must lol.

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