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i'coo Plasma i-pod babys pram half price at mothercare now £140 or £130 with vouchers
i'coo Plasma i-pod babys pram half price at mothercare now £140 or £130 with vouchers

i'coo Plasma i-pod babys pram half price at mothercare now £140 or £130 with vouchers

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product description
Perfect precision in design and technology - welcome to Plasma - a new generation of pushchairs



product details


Suitable from birth to 3yrs approx.
Docking station has zipped cover for concealment against rain etc.
Volume switches built into docking station
Music and stories can be downloaded for baby
Seat unit can be forward- or rearward-facing
Multi-position lie back seat
One hand height adjustment
5-point harness with comfort sleeves
Adjustable footrest
Softfix brake for easy on/off
Aluminium frame
Can be made into a travel system with the Lifesaver car seat (sold separately)
Folded dimensions: 100 x 51 x 50cm
Handle height: 99-110cm
(i-pod is not included)
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15 Comments

Wow that looks so cool, I could push my ipod around in that all day. Aww look how cute my Ipod is.....Oh wait is that not what its for?:whistling:

Voted Hot!

It's a good guarantee of extra sales at the moment - stick an "i" in front of the product name.
I'm off to watch I-Robot on my iplayer.

:great find ed - double the price on their own web site
:thumbsup: :thumbsup

awesome! anyone got tis?!

Perfect for Chav teenage mums everywhere.

It says £279.99 and is out of stock?

Original Poster

carperkm;2521213

Perfect for Chav teenage mums everywhere.



:roll:

chavtastic!

I was waiting for an argument, but maybe they're not out of bed yet.

Original Poster

whats so "chav" about it?

if reduced items are chav then u better look for another forum to join

seems like kids use that word for everything these days,i dont get it!??

edjaned;2523407

whats so "chav" about it?



:lol:

One way of looking at it is that it's getting the boy/girl racers into the scene early. All it needs is a kenwood sticker on the rainhood and a shopping list down the side. Add them to the pumpin' IPE* and they're well ahead of the game ;-)

*In Pram Entertainment :w00t:

It's nothing to do with it being reduced. My problem with it is that parents are supposed to interact with their children, not push them along shut off in a world of their own.

carperkm;2523917

It's nothing to do with it being reduced. My problem with it is that … It's nothing to do with it being reduced. My problem with it is that parents are supposed to interact with their children, not push them along shut off in a world of their own.



That's what a normal Ipod with earbuds is for surely? I think this from an ebay seller sums the actual item up much better.....

The integrated loudspeaker systems means your child can hear podcasts in … The integrated loudspeaker systems means your child can hear podcasts in stereo when out and about. Today's Baby Cool has the benefits of all-round volume-regulated acoustics - and mum no longer needs to sing...Goodnight stories, fairy tales, children's songs or the charts...not even the longest shopping trips will be boring and your child will be quickly soothed.

Original Poster

carperkm;2523917

It's nothing to do with it being reduced. My problem with it is that … It's nothing to do with it being reduced. My problem with it is that parents are supposed to interact with their children, not push them along shut off in a world of their own.



its a bit hard to interact with them whilst pushing the pram when it faces the other way :thinking:

It says the seat can be forward or rear facing. I don't think I'm the first person to point out that interaction with parents, including when being pushed in a pram, is essential to developing children's social and vocabulary skills. Playing nursery rhymes through an ipod is hardly a good substitute.
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