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Maxi-Cosi Easyfix car seat base £89.99 at Peppermint

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For all you expectant parents out there that have already got your bargain Cabriofix seat (other seats are available!)... here is the Easyfix base to go with it! This is the base that allows ISOfix c…
buttonpushervic Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago5 Comments
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bluetba
we bought one of these a few years ago, and it wouldn't fit our ford focus, so not sure I would want to buy one without being able to try it now, although can be expensive, that can be the benefit of places like mothercare.

Can i ask why/how it wouldnt fit? only ours fitted fine in our Focus... We had one we used with isofix in my Golf and another that we belt- fixed in hubby's Focus (was '01 reg model with no isofix)
Well if it doesn't fit our car then I'll be taking it up with Maxi-Cosi as they provide an online tool to check compatiibilty.

Car Compatibility Tool
we bought one of these a few years ago, and it wouldn't fit our ford focus, so not sure I would want to buy one without being able to try it now, although can be expensive, that can be the benefit of places like mothercare.
tentmad
not the cheapest by at least £20 john lewis, boots, toysrus kiddicare all sell this for much cheaper so cold for me!

Not the EASYFIX base they don't! The cheaper one is the EASYBASE which isn't ISOfix compatible!

Toys R US EasyFIX

Toys R Us EASYBASE
not the cheapest by at least £20 john lewis, boots, toysrus kiddicare all sell this for much cheaper so cold for me!
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15% discount including bugaboo at peppermint London (Applied at Checkout)

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Saved £89 on bugaboo bee3 Some good savings, discount applied at checkout
sxylou598 Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago7 Comments
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What's the discount code?
Drat! I thought Peppermint London sounded like a lap dancing club ;)
I've added bugaboo buffalo priced at £719 to basket and got to PayPal checkout. Price shown is same as on website (£719). No extra 15% off. Am I missing something?
Don't think this is actually a blanket 15% discount... I just got £10 off a £100 item...
Lol I know the pic isn't a bee 3, it's discount on all bugaboo I just used a google bugaboo pic
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Stokke Xplory v4 Purple £1,150.00 @ Peppermint

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Stokke Xplory v4 Purple basic Stokke parasol Stokke iziSleep car seat Stokke cup holder Stokke pram pack Stokke rider board Stokke changing bag Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
raluci320 Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago31 Comments
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Worst pram ever. Looks cools and trendy but sooo impractical.
Small hard wheels are no good for grass (parks etc)
No storage for shopping etc when you don't have hands free... And so on.

Basically, these are designed for moms that care more about looks and how funky things are and what other people think, than real world moms that actually have to use them for anything other than yummy mummying to Starbucks where they drink soya chai late's (because they are trendy too)


Whatever! They are great prams! Baby nice and high, perfect for places with no high chairs, easy to get on and off public transport! Win multiple awards. Wouldn't pay this much though, even with all the 'extras'. Got ours (V3 - pram, pushchair, parasol, cup holder and cosy toes for £400 second hand - still in warranty. Stokke even fully serviced it, replacing the two big wheels for free just before the warranty ran out - their customer service is second to none!
Worst pram ever. Looks cools and trendy but sooo impractical.
Small hard wheels are no good for grass (parks etc)
No storage for shopping etc when you don't have hands free... And so on.

Basically, these are designed for moms that care more about looks and how funky things are and what other people think, than real world moms that actually have to use them for anything other than yummy mummying to Starbucks where they drink soya chai late's (because they are trendy too)
Have some heat from me x
well said and I appreciate your comment.Il I didn't intend to make it sound like that about people buying second hand stuff... I do it myself with some stuff... time spent with my children is priceless!
raluci320
Where is the joy in buying second hand? Why would you go to work 6 days a week if yiu got no reward from the money you're working for? Why would you buy tesco nappies instead of pampers? Why would you give your child all sort of food injected with growth hormones instead of organically grown? ..... £1150 was a sacrifice that I would do all over again for my baby as many times as I have to and I'm sorry that you guys don't feel the same or don't want to do the same for your child... you're not going to take any money with you once you're gone. Live every moment, take joy in life ;)

I totally agree with you about wanting quality for your baby,every parent wants the best.
Just because something costs over £1000 though it doesn't mean that it 'is' quality. Everybody has different tastes and everybody's needs are different.

When I bought my last pram 9 years ago it was around £900 so that probably equates to the cost of this one today however I did feel that it was value for money as it was a solid pram with a proper solid carrycot., That was what I liked then and it suited our needs. I spent a fortune on prams back when my kids were small as I always wanted the best for us. The prams that I bought I also bought the matching stroller as well but again that was my choice.

Comparing Tesco nappies to pampers is irrelevant again as every parents/babies needs are different. I used pampers for all of mine except one as they were not suitable.

Nothing should really boil down to money spent as some people wish to spend more on some things than others,to be honest I would rather not work 6 days a week when having small children as I would rather spend quality time with them that bother about spending £1000 on the contraption above. Again though what works for one does not work for another :)

If someone wants to buy 2nd hand then fair enough, you can get some cracking bargains out there. There are people spending a fortune on weird looking prams and then regretting it and hardly even using it, someone else will gain from it. Its the same with brand new cars,I never buy brand new as you lose too much, buy it at a few months /1 year old and let someone else take the hit!

Just because you have bought this does not make you any better a parent than someone who buys a cheaper one and does not mean that others don't live for the moment.

I'm sure your child would thank you more knowing you have spent quality time with them when they are small than spending so much money on a pram.
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Boori Country Classic Single Bed Soft White £199.00 (was £302) from Peppermint

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Children's single bed by Boori. On sale at £199 in soft white. Other stores (like John Lewis) stock it in white (i think the soft white is being discontinued) for £359. Fab price given the quality of
pecospin Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago3 Comments
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What wood is it made from then to justify that price ?
This is not a low quality mdf bed from argos!
£302 for a few slats of wood hmmm dont think so worth no more than £70 to£80
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