Home Bargain. 'mummy clip'. Stroller hook. Only £1.99.
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Home Bargain. 'mummy clip'. Stroller hook. Only £1.99.

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Found 29th Dec 2015
Great for hanging shopping bags onto strollers. These normally sell for about £5. I had one of these and it was great for when I was out and about.

Please note. This one doesn't lock. Lockable ones are about £8 from Amazon etc.

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Can't believe these things are still available. Many times parents have been advised NOT to hang bags on buggies due to danger of toppling over. Guess that's why they aren't fitted as standard. Almost cringe when I see buggies with loads of bags them.
IWOOTN

Can't believe these things are still available. Many times parents have … Can't believe these things are still available. Many times parents have been advised NOT to hang bags on buggies due to danger of toppling over. Guess that's why they aren't fitted as standard. Almost cringe when I see buggies with loads of bags them.



​Oooooppppsss the PC brigade are in this evening.
Mummy clip ? Dads can't use it then ?
ChrisUK

Mummy clip ? Dads can't use it then ?


Yes dad can use them
Stroller?! Why do we use so many American terms in our language these days?!

What happened to push chair?
IWOOTN

Can't believe these things are still available. Many times parents have … Can't believe these things are still available. Many times parents have been advised NOT to hang bags on buggies due to danger of toppling over. Guess that's why they aren't fitted as standard. Almost cringe when I see buggies with loads of bags them.



Do you cringe whilst struggling to hold a lot of bags whilst pushing a buggy?

With a statement like that you probably don't even own a buggy.
Saw a buggy topple over backwards this week in shopping centre due to bags hanging on one of these stupid dangerous things. Back of baby's head whacked off the floor !!

Do not use these !
Original Poster
Think it's down to the individual user to be sensible about not over filling this hook with bags.

Lots of warnings on everyday products which people ignore and have to suffer the consequences.
i haven't got a pram or pushchair iv'e got a shopping trolley these mummy klips come in handy when iv'e got a lot of shopping
Mummy clip? A bog standard carabiner clip with the word mummy written on... So why do I want one
Voted cold, dangerous.
The only time these are useful is for storing the lids off a regular bunch of sigg bottles, when you have some - many.
MR GUS

The only time these are useful is for storing the lids off a regular … The only time these are useful is for storing the lids off a regular bunch of sigg bottles, when you have some - many.


I also find them useful as a secondary fastener for knog blinder bike lights, the stretchy plastic does work loose!
Henvig

I also find them useful as a secondary fastener for knog blinder bike … I also find them useful as a secondary fastener for knog blinder bike lights, the stretchy plastic does work loose!



Good idea, you've eluded their upward sales strategy (unless they invested in the carabiner market too).
MR GUS

Good idea, you've eluded their upward sales strategy (unless they … Good idea, you've eluded their upward sales strategy (unless they invested in the carabiner market too).


To be honest, someone who had reviewed them made this suggestion. I was very pleased with the lights and like that my son is properly illuminated.
Henvig

To be honest, someone who had reviewed them made this suggestion. I was … To be honest, someone who had reviewed them made this suggestion. I was very pleased with the lights and like that my son is properly illuminated.




Henvig, I can totally vouch for Monkeylights, invest in one (there are cheaper generic ones around but the quality of led the original use is terrific really crisp & clear, obviously tested for matching output, unlike cheap units.

My daughter loves hers. monkeylectric.com/

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They kick out an amazing array of light, so even if your kid cannot necessarily get the perception of vision speed they throw down plenty of visibility on dark tarmac roads, you cannot fail to see a cyclist with these

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MR GUS

Henvig, I can totally vouch for Monkeylights, invest in one (there are … Henvig, I can totally vouch for Monkeylights, invest in one (there are cheaper generic ones around but the quality of led the original use is terrific really crisp & clear, obviously tested for matching output, unlike cheap units.My daughter loves hers. http://www.monkeylectric.com/They kick out an amazing array of light, so even if your kid cannot necessarily get the perception of vision speed they throw down plenty of visibility on dark tarmac roads, you cannot fail to see a cyclist with these


Thanks, just purchased a new coat with a coloured trim too.
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