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Mamas and Papas Rocking Lotty Ladybird was £49.99 now £19.99 @ Argos
Mamas and Papas Rocking Lotty Ladybird was £49.99 now £19.99 @ Argos

Mamas and Papas Rocking Lotty Ladybird was £49.99 now £19.99 @ Argos

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* Rocking animal with fun melody, crinkle material, squeakers, rattles, soft padded seat, solid wood frame, handgrips and footrest.
* Embroidery detail.
* Seat height 33cm approx.
* For ages 9 months and over.

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great thanks, ideal pressie for nieces 1st birthday.

oooh nice price, thanks

My son has never liked this much (and not just because it's a bit girly, afaik!)

It's VERY wide, so hard to get feet down, and not v comfortable.

He's been on it maybe a dozen times in a year, and never for more than a minute.

Got it for £20 too, but not money well spent, tbh.

Got one of these last time it was listed - looks well made and much more attractive than similar things I've seen elsewhere.

furq

It's VERY wide, so hard to get feet down, and not v comfortable.



Oh dear... Our daughter's still months from being old enough, but I remember thinking it could be a bit Thelwell when she does!

http://www.thelwell.org.uk/images/ponies/images/Ponies4.jpg

This is a cracking little thing. Bought one for my daughter for Christmas 2009 (when it was last on HUKD). She was 9 months old at the time and as someone above has said, its a bit wide etc. However, six months or so later, she went absolutely crazy for it and still is (more so than one of those recessed Little Tikes plastic efforts). I will say that she is quite tall for her age, but it's not like she's the size of a four year old.

The sound effect that plays when you press one of its ears is a bit weird (why would you want a lullaby when you're rocking away like a good 'un is beyond me), but overall, it's well made, there's nothing on there for the kid to inadvertently swallow when you're not looking and for £20 a proper bargain.

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This is a bargain price for a really nice rocker, i bought this for my daughter 2 years ago and thought i was getting a bargain when it was reduced to £50 in M&P!

I use ours to put my feet up when putting the little one to bed.

We have the cow one, and now my children are a bit older, nearly 3 and 4 they love it!! Definately a well used, long lasting rocker

Great, thanks for that!

Looks good to me - would make a great present and make you look really generous lol!

We got this last year when it was on offer for my Sons 1st bday - he's now almost 21 months and still loves it! Good deal - heat added.

furq

My son has never liked this much (and not just because it's a bit girly, … My son has never liked this much (and not just because it's a bit girly, afaik!)It's VERY wide, so hard to get feet down, and not v comfortable.He's been on it maybe a dozen times in a year, and never for more than a minute.Got it for £20 too, but not money well spent, tbh.



I would completely agree with this comment.

It sat in the corner of my daughters bedroom and although it looks very nice, it didn't get used very much. The thing that was used the most was the music which comes from one of the ears, and if I remember correct that broke just after a year.

Yes its is good reduction from £50 to £20, but I am afraid that still doesn't make it a bargain.

Reserved and bought, thanks. Well made, but agree it does look a little wide - not too bothered at only £20 though and I just hope the little one grows into it.
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