Chad Valley Pull Along Shopping Trolley @ Argos
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Chad Valley Pull Along Shopping Trolley @ Argos

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Found 12th Dec 2012
Little shoppers will love the Chad Valley Pull Along Shopping Trolley. This pretty two-wheeled, metal frame shopping trolley is just the right size for little hands, whether they are role-playing or want to take it along to help shop with mummy. The bag even detaches from the base so that it can be used as a rucksack; making it not only fun but practical!

Was £14.99, previously been on sale at £8.66

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hahahaha, why would anybody buy this for their child?!?! Is this for when they're role playing as pensioners? Voted cold.

So funny. A bit embarrasing though a god deal. Heat added

i think its well cute and a good way of getting them out of the pushchair!!

There has to be another way, there just has to be!! talk about old before they know it

To Gball: Actually `pensioners` as you call them have usually no access to a car ( usually), and usualy everyone is so busy passing them by in their cars, pensioners have to walk to the shops and need someway of getting food home,thats where a trolley comes in handy. why not offer gball to help a o.a.p doing there shopping this xmas?

Actually if people didn't have a car................ when i was little and i used to go shopping with my parents, we had no car, and we had a shopping trolley, and we put beans, toilet roll etc in it, its easy to use, i guess no one carrys food home anymore using actual hands!

anyway, this is a kids, so stop arguing polly p

The cold voters and people taking the pee out of it probably don't have kids and don't realise that this is the sort of thing young kids love playing with. It is also the sort of thing parents like for stashing the toys in after they've been playing with them.
These are the sort of toys that get played with for ages, as well as cardboard boxes!

I am in london and not a banker, thus I am crippled by high living costs, I dont know anyone who owns a car other then my dad who is an oap, but I see plenty of people using that sort of thing for the shopping, plenty of families and plenty of teenagers who've been sent to do the shopping, i would buy one myself if I lived in a ground floor flat, makes more sense then going shoping twice a week with a backpack and two large sports direct bags.

My 2 year old daughter loves filling a thomas suitcase with precious junk and pretending she's going away. So this is ideal more girlie!! voted hot from me.

Polly_P

To Gball: Actually `pensioners` as you call them have usually no access … To Gball: Actually `pensioners` as you call them have usually no access to a car ( usually), and usualy everyone is so busy passing them by in their cars, pensioners have to walk to the shops and need someway of getting food home,thats where a trolley comes in handy. why not offer gball to help a o.a.p doing there shopping this xmas?



oO ....sigh

This is sooooooooo uncool. What next a walking stick and zimmer frame. I try to make my child look good to give him this? Don't think so! funny though :-D
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