Babystart Playpen was £74.99 now Argos £36.99
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Babystart Playpen was £74.99 now Argos £36.99

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Found 10th Jul 2016
Baby start play pen was £74.99 now £36.99. Seems to be plenty stock Liverpool/Wirral area.
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BabyStart Metal and Fabric Playpen.

This white 6 panel metal and fabric playpen has a one handed, double-locking system. The panel sections keep little ones safely within the pen but are translucent enough to see through to keep an eye on them. Styles may vary. 

Soft fabric of the playpen ensured protection and can fold away when not in use.Converts to room divider.

General information:

Size H74.5, W61.5, D74.5cm.Folds for storage - folded size H74.5, W61.5, D16cm.Weight 12.94kg.Suitable from birth .EAN: 3234000.
Great if you want to start a local UFC chapter for toddlers...
never seen the point in locking babies up like animals, bloody awful things.
it's a play pen. you may as well say you lock them up in the house! stupid comment. it's still a deal whatever you think people do with them
These are great if you have a mischievous crawling age baby and have to leave the room to either go for a wee or answer the front door! At least you know they're not going to come to any harm in the playpen
Brilliant price shame all out of stock near me
uptheduffagain

it's a play pen. you may as well say you lock them up in the house! … it's a play pen. you may as well say you lock them up in the house! stupid comment. it's still a deal whatever you think people do with them



​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in not in not a mini jail.
_scott_

​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in … ​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in not in not a mini jail.


And the garden is a place for them to play in? and the driveway is a place for the kids to play on? Not sure houses were disigned primarily for kids to play in.
Are you locking the baby up when you stick them in a baby carrier or pushchair.
_scott_

​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in … ​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in not in not a mini jail.



​my Partner has a huge scar over his arm, as a toddler he tipped a pot of boiling water over himself, bet his mum regrets not having a play pen/jail & not having locked her son up!
_scott_

​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in … ​play pen?? looks like a jail to me. the house is for the kids to play in not in not a mini jail.



We moved house when our son was 18 months old, we bought one of these and it was perfect, could put Dylan in it and then we knew he was safe while all the doors etc were open for the removal men to go in and out to the van. They serve a purpose.
fireman1

And the garden is a place for them to play in? and the driveway is a … And the garden is a place for them to play in? and the driveway is a place for the kids to play on? Not sure houses were disigned primarily for kids to play in.Are you locking the baby up when you stick them in a baby carrier or pushchair.



​you really do not make any sense what so ever.
staceybaby

​my Partner has a huge scar over his arm, as a toddler he tipped a pot of … ​my Partner has a huge scar over his arm, as a toddler he tipped a pot of boiling water over himself, bet his mum regrets not having a play pen/jail & not having locked her son up!



​have you ever asked her?? she might be of the same view as me, after all SHE DIDNT HAVE ONE!!!
Beetlemama

We moved house when our son was 18 months old, we bought one of these … We moved house when our son was 18 months old, we bought one of these and it was perfect, could put Dylan in it and then we knew he was safe while all the doors etc were open for the removal men to go in and out to the van. They serve a purpose.



​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe by not letting them out of your eye sight.
_scott_

​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe b … ​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe by not letting them out of your eye sight.


You need to give it up. Everyone can see your talking rubbish.
_scott_

​you really do not make any sense what so ever.


Ps. When you tell people they make no sense make sure your own sentences make sense. Whatsoever is one word. what so ever is three words that make no sense used together.
These are a must when you need to do housework and want to know your child can play safely I had the same opinion as some on here that they are like animal cages that's until I had a child!
_scott_

​have you ever asked her?? she might be of the same view as me, after all … ​have you ever asked her?? she might be of the same view as me, after all SHE DIDNT HAVE ONE!!!



​correct, she didn't & as a result a painful lifetime reminder. everyone has their own view, I just pray your views don't harm any children. your clearly more interested in being arrogant. have a nice day!
_scott_

​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe b … ​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe by not letting them out of your eye sight.



​that's Impossible. I don't even think u have kids coz ur attitude is clueless. If u do then god help them.
staceybaby

​that's Impossible. I don't even think u have kids coz ur attitude is c … ​that's Impossible. I don't even think u have kids coz ur attitude is clueless. If u do then god help them.



​at least I have correct grammar and pronunciation, I cannot understand what you have replied with there old dear, maybe some extra lessons in basic English would be of benefit.
_scott_

​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe b … ​you don't make you're kids safe by locking them up, you make them safe by not letting them out of your eye sight.



I'm not a mother but wonder about the logistics of having a couple children and when you need a wee/to answer the door/cook etc. and not let them out of your sight. Is this actually possible?!

I suppose either you have to swoop the kids up from wherever they're playing/sleeping/whatever and with one pair of hands that would be nigh on impossible with more than one child, or you pop them in one of these playpens to keep them safe, or you leave them where they were.

Surely a playpen is the safest option?

My nephews loved theirs as they could play with their toys, uninterrupted from the dog or annoying people like me who picked up a yellow cup when it was clearly not mine to play with etc or accidentally knocked down the tower of blocks (ooohhhhh big mistake). The whole time they were in the huge playpen they were being watched and talked to.

It was a safe place whilst my sister was cooking or going to the loo etc. Her hubby was away (Royal Marines) so she was effectively a single mum with one pair of hands.
_scott_

​at least I have correct grammar and pronunciation, I cannot understand w … ​at least I have correct grammar and pronunciation, I cannot understand what you have replied with there old dear, maybe some extra lessons in basic English would be of benefit.



​who cares bout my grammar, as long as my kids r safe & I'm doing a good job. stick that in your pipe & smoke it
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