Slo-go® Happy Safari exerciser / baby walker reduced to £19.99 at mothercare - HotUKDeals
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Was: £29.99
Now: £19.99

product description
Slo-go® baby exerciser is great fun for babies who are learning to walk, with a unique and patented braking system



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Multi height position
Fun and interactive toys
Unique and patented braking system, with ball bearing inside the wheels to restrict the speed at which your baby can travel
Toy bar and play tray
Adjustable seat height
Speed restricting wheels
Anti-slip and trip feature
Covered bumper bar for extra safety
Folds flat for storage
Baby exerciser intended for children who can sit up unaided, from approximately 6-15mths
Not intended for children who can walk by themselves, weigh more than 11kg (25lbs), or are taller than 85cm
57 x 57 x 69cm
Flat-packed for home assembly
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#1
£4 off with the code em8, and quidco.
#2
jojo1978
£4 off with the code em8, and quidco.


+ £5 delivery if buying online
#3
this is a good deal, but be prepared for 'flak' from your health visitor ... apparently these things are no longer recommended, as they can (apparently) cause problems when learning to walk.

(At least that's what my HV told me, when I mentioned we were going to get one)
#4
melissab
this is a good deal, but be prepared for 'flak' from your health visitor ... apparently these things are no longer recommended, as they can (apparently) cause problems when learning to walk.

(At least that's what my HV told me, when I mentioned we were going to get one)



Next week they will say they are fine, they seem to change what they say from week to week !
#5
I completely agree with deanos, I presumed a Health visitor is in the same league as Community Support Officers. We never even had one, after I refused a medical induction and diagnosed my baby with lactose intolerence (which they took for colic) I think they gave up. Walkers are fine for children, have you noticed since we implemented all these rules we suddenly all have asthma, dyslexia and immune systems to rival a panda's? Anyway I won't rant, I'm off to mothercare...Good find! :D

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