Baby Gym £7.50 Asda instore only
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Baby Gym £7.50 Asda instore only

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Found 28th Sep 2009Made hot 28th Sep 2009
activity baby gym in a neutal colour scheme, beige and cream and in a lovely plush velour fabric suitable for boy and girl, an ideal gift for that baby not yet born

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i think thats the one

I bought a baby gym a little while ago for £12 so this is a good price and looks good!

asda are clearing loads of baby stuff... at least half price ...its been like this since saturday

gutted!!
Just paid £20 for one ...grrrr

Have to say this colour scheme is for adults so it fits in with the lounge! Proven fact that babies respond better to black and white shapes and bright colours.

But for those that want to look a colour co-ordinated room go for it. For those who care more about their child's development go for something different!

Well said garibaldi , Agree 100% how sad some people are....

do babies really need gyms?

actually its very cute aaawww

H&R

bought one of these to keep at the grandparents house. The colours are lovely and the material used is extremely soft.

To say this product is to be bought to match a rooms decor is a silly statement. Teddy Bears are brown should they all be bright red or neon green????

great price for anyone who needs one.

But matching a rooms decor...eh a bit over the top!!!!!

Spot on. :-)

Just been to ASDA Minworth, on the shelf at £25 and price checked at £25 must be local deal.

m00bs;6429001

Just been to ASDA Minworth, on the shelf at £25 and price checked at £25 m … Just been to ASDA Minworth, on the shelf at £25 and price checked at £25 must be local deal.



£25 in Ellesmere port too.

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bought one of these to keep at the grandparents house. The colours are … bought one of these to keep at the grandparents house. The colours are lovely and the material used is extremely soft.To say this product is to be bought to match a rooms decor is a silly statement. Teddy Bears are brown should they all be bright red or neon green????



yes colours are nice, but my point was that it is primarily marketed for an adult who wants something that looks nice in their house rather than concentrating on the stimulation of the child's visual development. The purpose of this is for parents to lay their child down on its back and to look / touch the product - for a number of minutes. A child's bear generally serves a different purpose - cuddling etc when they get a bit older.

how on earth can you get one of these for £7 I spent all day trying and am going round in circles ... IT DOESN'T EXIST!!!
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