You're welcome. I'm guessing the reason for negative votes could be because I for one brought the whole bundle in November for £649 (everything in the post plus car seat, base). I hope the delivery goes well and that both mother and baby are in the best of health post delivery. Good luck and congratulations.
I got this deal, https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/armadillo-flip-xt2-one-hand-folding-pushchair-23960-mamas-and-papas-3138771 Probably a bit expensive with just the carrycot added... Its upto you really
Thanks, that’s what I thought looks like a great price for bundle but looking at negative votes, I wondered if I am missing anything. Cheers.
Thanks, I have got maxi cosi car seat and will get adapters to make it a complete package. Expecting baby in couple of weeks time :-)
I got this pushchair during Christmas sales, I think this is a great price for a bundle. Baby due next week so haven't used but looks great so far
Thank you for posting, got a little 3 year old his first tools :) Heat from me OP
Thanks, sadly my nearest is a 300 mile round trip :(
Ikea have a cheaper alternative if you are near one. I find these just as handy : https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/childrens-ikea-products/baby/baby-textiles/krama-washcloth-white-art-40054538/
Why are these so much cheaper? Is the swivel design not a good thing?
£180 in my local. Silverlink-North Shields
We had one of these for out little boy and it was excellent, it does handle rough terrain really well and nothing ever became stuck or harder to use over the few years we used it, it's an easy one to manoeuvre as well, one our little one grew out of it we sold it and it was still like new.
A bit misleading calling this an all terrain system. If we took this on the tracks round us it would be stuck within two minutes!
What would be the people’s opinion between this and the Diono Quantum?
Sure, but it's a hack. And makes resale a pain if it's not put right!
You can disable the sound on the old one by disconnecting a single cable
We used to pre fill a few bottles with boilling water. Then when we needed them warm them in the microwave chuck the powder in. As for "hotspots". I cant believe people so stupid are allowed to raise kids. You SHAKE the bottle to get rid of hotspots and test it on your wrist before giving it to the sprog!
No, no, no, no, no. You get hotspots in microwaves. You should use boiling water with formula
Just use a microwave.
Oh right......so it's x% of rrp rather than the price the would normally sell at. I suppose they are keeping stock to sell online or to ship at the other stores
Random discount. 40-50% on average. I was after the car seat. But the original price they quote is too high. For example £200 to £120. But the price for that car sit was 150 two years ago.
The one local to me is also closing down. I've not had chance to go and have a look, How much were the clothes discounted please
-33 cold? 😁 Is this not the site to save money?
All i need now is a baby.
£3.95 delivery, my local store has recently closed so no C&C
Yes I am, because it's 2019 and people still sell clothes for girls, not everyone buys boys clothes and make girls wear it
Your asking that in 2019? Lol
Great deal. Thanks
Pink and blue showing as £11 for me on links above
Pink and Blue sets now £20, white still £11 :)
Thanks for all your replies. I went for a white set 0-3months let's see when it's delivered
0-3 months as you dont want it to big i found mothercare big for size
I would go for pink 1-3 months
That's a good saving but I've always thought buying hooded towels was a waste. After a year or two they are surplus to requirements and languish if the bottom of your linen cupboard. I would recommend just using normal good quality towels such as Egyptian cotton or bamboo (especially bamboo for it's anti-bacterial qualities).
Rang them and they said online glitch and error and it is no longer available
Has this now ended? its not working for me ...
We were looking at pushchairs last weekend the mothercare journey edit seemed excellent value at £350 and with the discount it's £297. It can be used with most car seats also. Avoid the standard journey as the travel seat isn't isofix compatible.
Just tried on a MaxI-Cosi Zella £254.99 and it applied the discount. Don't need one, but that seems a good price.
Sorry it isn’t, I guess not on all. It’s working on most. I tried a few and it worked fine.
Make you're own mind up - seems to do quite well as she's been doing Little Bird for 7 years this year as the first range came out when I had my 3rd child in 2012. Myleen Klass does one for them too - not keen on that range at all. Lots of black but Little Bird has lots of nice stuff for boys which I find sadly lacking in lots of shops. Loads for girls like 4 racks full and one for boys (annoyed)
The monster version is £35
Oh right!, so she's a famous designer in her own right then?. ... Or just a z-list nobody cashing in on her husbands name.
Wanted to buy one of these until I saw u'r comment...But I can not pay this price now when I Kno was £25 cheaper :)) Don't know how I missed that deal as at end of January we went in holiday and we needed a small stroller. I was here everyday in January, searching for one... I'm just gonna wait to drop again ...:))))
Jamie Oliver the naked chef's wife - does a "designer" range for Mothercare called Little Bird
I think Friday
when sale start instore?
Thanks just ordered
Gutted I missed the girls Mac’s. Some lovely stuff.Wonder when the sale will be in store xx
Ordered the monkey game as sets itself up! Thanks (y)
'member when this was called Kerplunk?
Fan game, pain to set up
Thanks OP just ordered activity house.
In stock now
A few dolls are again back in stock
Originally £30, bargain! Ordered thanks
It's safe relative to the speed it's required to comply to. If you do city driving and are within those speed limits it should be Ok. The newer isize standard is more strict. I agree they are not misleading customers but not everyone knows what by being safe it actually only means for the older standard to perform adequately in a 30mph forward collision and 20mph rear collision and no side impact testing standards at all. I presume is what they meant.
As Ellie says, they arent breaking the law, it is just that the law is an ass. they banned perfectly safe seatbelt adjuster pads for older children, and forced parents to buy less safe booster seats; then let manufacturers rate forward facing seats as safe for babies. As for technical, I trained in engineering before switch careers; I have kit fitted to HM Nuclear Subs.
Some seats are safer than others. Rear facing is safer for a child up to the age of at least 4. Mine stayed rear facing til almost 6. The law unfortunately in the uk is way behind on this, in other countries it is law to rear face til age 4. There are safer seats, Mothercare are not breaking the law.
Having watched the fitting instructions video, have to say it looks very secure. My only slight thing is it doesn't recline & my grandson still likes a nap. So will stick with my Madrid car seat for now but definitely will consider this at a later stage.
That all sounds very technical for a nursery nurse. So from what you are saying Mothercare are responsible for deliberately misleading customers and parents into believeing that this item is perfectly safe for their babies within the range stated when they know in fact that it is not. I will be informing trading standards and of course Mothercare of your comments. I have already ordered one.