Tommee Tippee Feeding and Sterilisation Set 50% off previously £120 delivered - £60 @ Mothercare - HotUKDeals
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very good starter pack for new mum

Bottle feeding and sterilisation essentials kit
Includes: 1x Electric Steriliser, 1x Electric Bottle warmer, 2x Insulated bottle bag, 4x 260 ml bottles, 4x 150ml bottles, Closer to Nature Bottle Brush, 6x Milk powder dispenser, 2x medium flow teats, 1x pure soother, 1x teat tongs
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#1
Not sure why people are voting cold - can anyone explain? Looks ok to me... + you can get 5% back through Quidco...
#2
Not sure, but looking at it not sure where 120 value is, this stuff is always on offer and given away free so consider you don't need everything in it like a bottle warmer I'm not seeing it's worth it. Even at 60 quid.

You may also find your baby doesn't like the teets and u buy the lot again with a different make

Also this set is always on offer in babies r us, so chances are it's been cheaper
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[/qmocmocamoc - Jun 14, 2011 14:07
Not sure, but looking at it not sure where 120 value is, this stuff is always on offer and given away free so consider you don't need everything in it like a bottle warmer I'm not seeing it's worth it. Even at 60 quid.


You may also find your baby doesn't like the teets and u buy the lot again with a different make

Also this set is always on offer in babies r us, so chances are it's been cheaperuote]
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i'll agree with you if you can find this set cheaper but chances are youre just guessing



Edited By: ryu2406 on Jun 14, 2011 14:48
#4
Thanks for the response mocmocamoc...
Will see if anyone can find a better deal following ryu2406's challenge
#5
Much better for baby to be breastfed!
1 Like #6
I'm not saying you will find this set cheaper, just questioning the general value of the set. This stuff is constantly on offer.

As a recent example in Babies R Us, they had an offer on TT stuff, if you bought an electric steriliser for £20 you got a set of 4 botles free, if you got the warmer for £15 you also got a set of bottles free.

So fotr £35 I've got you the steriliser, warmer and 8 bottles. The other bits can be picked up for a few quid, if you really think you must keep bottles warm.

If I'm being pedantic it is also 1p cheaper on babies r us. Put simply its not a hot uk deal, its the general price of the items. This set is always on offer at half price, simply doubling the actual value of the products to knock it down to half price also doesn't make it a deal.

I'm in the same boat as you all no doubt, a baby on the way. Quite literally companies chuck this stuff at you for free, I've got various offers for free stuff, Avent chucked a free bottle through my door today and gave me four free dummies. Our baby is 15 weeks away still and I'm already regretting buying stuff as its being thrown at us for free.

As I say 1p cheaper at BRU, if you can wait until the next supermarket baby event you'll save even more
1 Like #7
Ahhhh... we have got free stuff - Emmas Diary and Asda stuff as well as a fluffy cow (cow and gate) and Polar Bear (Aptimal?) - didnt find free dummies and bottles though... any links to those??
#8
Get yourselves on mailing lists, if you don't mind the junk mail. Try the Avent and Tommy Tippee sites, they don't seem worth signing up to as they don't really specify any real benefits but stuff will start to materialise.

Saisnbury's has a decent baby club also, got a £10 huggies set with the purchase of a small pack of nappies
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Catash
Much better for baby to be breastfed!

Not everyone is able to breastfeed!

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