Gro Clock £12 @ Asda Instore
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Gro Clock £12 @ Asda Instore

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Found 7th Feb 2013
Supposedly keeps kids in their room all night. We'll see!! Got one tonight from Asda, Brierley Hill. Had a few left. Selling them off after Baby Event. Reduced from £20. Not reduced online though.

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Nice find mat1v21, thanks for sharing

Been looking for one of these! Hope I can get it at this price!

cheapest I've seen is £20 on amazon. So heat from me

Original Poster

They also had loads of Gro thermometers for £9. Didn't get one of those though, as not sure if they're any good!

Great! Thanks...need 4..!

Well if you had it from Asda Brierley Hill then I must be in with a chance as I am only on Withymoor ( will try first thing tomorrow )

Original Poster

They had more than 2 left (on top shelf, so I couldn't see further back) at half 9 tonight so I'd think you'd get one if you go first thing. They're on the back wall with the baby event things.

Was this merry hill or brierley hill???

Do let us know if it works!

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At Brierley Hill. Not Merry Hill - haven't checked there.

I find chaining them to their beds to be best at keeping them in their room all night

You allow your children to sleep in beds? Interesting.

Great price- I have used with my two for a few years :-)

£20 at my local store. Still seems to be a decent price compared to online...

Still £20 in Eastgate Bristol

Yeh £20 at bristol eastville reduced from 29- if you can get them for 12 what a barg! If I could find it for 12 if get one x

Ha ha I love it when you ring your local store and they say ' oh we've had so many calls about this'

Been using one of these for a few years worth their weight in gold . Usually £23 from Amazon

painstick

You allow your children to sleep in beds? Interesting.



I know I know, i'm too good to them. Had to do it in the end as before I did they were going to school with the print from last weeks newspapers imprinted on their faces from the bedding i'd put on the floor for them.

Edited by: "Waterboy8535" 8th Feb 2013

£12 in my local too, was in the Golborne store last night and there were two on the shelf for £12

It worked for a while with my eldest but now she's nearly 5 she's not interested, gets up at 0530 regardless.


For me these have worked an absolute treat. I know others that think they're a lot of rubbish. So I think it just depends on the kids!

LouO

It worked for a while with my eldest but now she's nearly 5 she's not … It worked for a while with my eldest but now she's nearly 5 she's not interested, gets up at 0530 regardless.



Jeez, would hate that, have you tried keeping her up late?

They work brilliantly until the novelty wears off......

Is it bright enough to work as a night light? the little one wakes up in the middle of the night and cries because its pitch black
voted Hot btw.

jamster128

Is it bright enough to work as a night light? the little one wakes up in … Is it bright enough to work as a night light? the little one wakes up in the middle of the night and cries because its pitch black :(voted Hot btw.



Works fine as a night light for us. You still need a bit of discipline with it, if they get up before the sun comes up put them back to bed and explain that they need to wait for the sun, it even has a kind of count down on it. Black out blinds are handy cause its hard explaining that they need to wait for the sun when its already sunny out side .

We have it for our eldest and want one for our youngest later in the year. It was priced £29.99 on shelf in Cheltenham but scanned at £12 Thanks

Stratford-U-Avon out of stock

Wow! Well done!

Only bought this a week or so ago but works a treat! I have picked up a Gro Egg for £9 from Asda this morning (Cheltenham store)

20 quidd in Minwoth 24h megastore

20 in asda Gateshead and Benton

£20 in Barrow, Lancaster, Preston and Bolton Middlebrook :-( Grow egg is also £15 in these stores ... had staff scan them to check.

£12 in bradford bd4 store too

£12 in Thornaby and 2 left when I got mine yesterday afternoon

I have one of these...am i supposed to have to set it every night? At bed time it is blue and only displays the time digitally. I have the make the night face come on manually and the same the next night. Does this sound right?

They normally reduce them in the smaller stores that do not normally stock all these products.

£12 in Peterborough and there were a few left on the shelves.

non left in asda brierley hill, oldbury or merry hill.

This is the best thing I've ever brought. Use it every night, and had it around 2-3 years. My son is 6, and a few years ago he was getting up around 5am every day, even with blackout curtains. It took around 2 weeks for him to get used to it, and a story book comes with it, for them to understand. It has a weekday and weekend setting, so you can still get a lay in at the weekend. Bonus!
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