Luxury Baby leather changing bags reduced from £269 to £75 @ Sugarjack
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Luxury Baby leather changing bags reduced from £269 to £75 @ Sugarjack

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Found 30th Jan 2014
We bought one from Mamas and Papa's a few months ago - was a bit of an indulgent purchase but they are really nice, decent quality and a bit of a bargain at this price.

It has a removable inner so can be used as a handbag too

Taken from the "Oliver" bag
Made from high quality dark brown leather this satchel is practical and stylish. The leather strapping and buckles highlight the high fashion element making this a key piece in our collection. With an extra zip pocket in the flap this bag provides versatility and storage space to cater for every need of the modern parent.

17 Comments

Is it really a reduction or the price you paid

cold from me,looks like a complete waste of money and the reduced price is about all it look like its worth.

Baby leather?

Original Poster

My husband paid £250 I have ordered another at £75

A complete waste of money as it isn't to your taste.

If you take a look on ebay at completed listings the ones that have sold (used) are about £70 inc postage

Good find! Other bags worth looking at. Hot from me.

trisham3838

cold from me,looks like a complete waste of money and the reduced price … cold from me,looks like a complete waste of money and the reduced price is about all it look like its worth.


For those that like this bag, and I suspect there will be quite a few, this can't be found elsewhere for anywhere near this price....therefore this is a good deal.
Thanks op, why should us mummies sacrifice carrying a gorgeous bag around just because we have a baby...this bag is a gorgeous solution!!

Edited by: "pinkmummyof4" 30th Jan 2014

hot for the price but is it really big enough for:
spare nappies (2)
wet wipes
bottle or snacky foods + drink
spare clothes
change mat
nappy bags

muslin
tissues
purse/wallet

I've got a 3 year old and i carry a rucksack for: I take this whenever we go out, it covers most eventualities:
spare clothes,
snacks and drink
pottty
wet wipes

Lets face it £250 odd quid will get you your next buggy - Maclaren. I say save the money on the change bag and invest in your next buggy

Edited by: "thesmellyone" 30th Jan 2014

Original Poster

thesmellyone

hot for the price but is it really big enough for:spare nappies (2)wet … hot for the price but is it really big enough for:spare nappies (2)wet wipesbottle or snacky foods + drinkspare clotheschange matnappy bagsmuslintissuespurse/walletI've got a 3 year old and i carry a rucksack for: I take this whenever we go out, it covers most eventualities:spare clothes,snacks and drinkpotttywet wipes



There are a few different styles - We have The Oliver and i carry

Wetwipes and Nappies (4)
Change of clothes (sleepsuit vest and socks)
Bottles x 2
Small pot of sudocreme, 2 x sachets of calpol, box of ashton and parsons, teething gel
Bibs/Muslin always more than 1
Purse, Keys, Phone, diary, pen and B's Red book

I am hoping we won't need another buggy After splurging on a Bugaboo Bee and a high performance footmuff I don't think i'll be changing prams until he's walking (The bags aren't £250 at the moment they are reduced to £75)
Edited by: "PoppaLop" 30th Jan 2014

We had a Eye Candy Cherry (plus foot muff which was £80 extra) and stopped using it after 6 months and got the Maclaren instead, still using the Maclaren now even though she can walk.

I find the maclaren to be very light, maneuverable, rain proof, can recline to almost flat, easy to collapse, folds down to be stored on a bus easily, can wheel it up and down stairs, and everyone has one so unlikely to be nicked unlike your very very nice and desirable bugaboo

Original Poster

thesmellyone

We had a Eye Candy Cherry (plus foot muff which was £80 extra) and … We had a Eye Candy Cherry (plus foot muff which was £80 extra) and stopped using it after 6 months and got the Maclaren instead, still using the Maclaren now even though she can walk.I find the maclaren to be very light, maneuverable, rain proof, can recline to almost flat, easy to collapse, folds down to be stored on a bus easily, can wheel it up and down stairs, and everyone has one so unlikely to be nicked unlike your very very nice and desirable bugaboo



We bought a huge pram with our first, within 4 months changed to a Maclaren and loved it - other than he was world facing. I wanted too see his pretty face.

So this time, I wanted all the pro's of a Maclaren but parent facing (and for it too fold in one piece whilst facing me) - my options were the Bugaboo Bee or the Bugaboo Bee!

Good find, PoppaLop! I love the fact it's made of good quality leather, and doesn't actually look like a baby changing bag. It makes it really versatile, and worth the £75 IMO. I've just noticed there's a discount code box on that site; does anyone know if there are any codes floating around at the moment?

Is it worth getting the buggy clips to attach the bag to a pushchair, (they're reduced to £10 for a pair), or are there better clips out there?

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Crapweasel

Is it worth getting the buggy clips to attach the bag to a pushchair, … Is it worth getting the buggy clips to attach the bag to a pushchair, (they're reduced to £10 for a pair), or are there better clips out there?



They aren't a necessity but i bought them, they make the bag hang nicely lol

It really is versatile, if i am going out alone i just take out the lining bag with babies stuff and it's just a leather handbag x

Got this, it sits sadly behind a chair unused while a cheaper and larger bag gets all the attention.

It's just a bag, buy whatever one suits your style and needs, not necessarily a "changing bag"

Ordered a Lily and buggy clips, thanks OP. Good find.
I agree about any regular handbag doing the job, if you can find one to suit with long buggy handle or fits buggy clips, but £75 delivered for a large leather bag inc changing mat etc is a good deal. Personally, I wouldn't pay £200+ for this but each to their own. Leather changing bags do cost more than £75 so i think this is a hotdeal

shame they don't do a "Jack Bauer" type bag for dads

Beautiful bags!!
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