This isn't the carrycot. Just got it delivered and it is only the textile / fabric.
Does anyone know why high street shops dont sell stokke pushchairs? Tried John Lewis, mamas and papas. I'm sure I've seen it before?
out of stock
Fantastic price! We have one also, paid much more though, and it gets so many compliments. Main feature being that the seat is so high up, although it can be lowered if desired.
Amazon price match
Does this come with the turbocharger?
Expectant parents...Sign up to Emmas Diary and download the app and you get loads of discount codes for prams/cots/moses baskets etc. Worth a look!
It is the XT2 though so slightly different/ older model to your deal.
If you wanted a few more things like Maxi cosi car seat and base, preciouslittleone.com have an 8 piece mamas and papas bundle for £699 with code APP1.
No, this comes with and can only be used with isofix.
Is this seat belt compatible
Awesome! Glad they’re back in stock!
Amazing deal. Just bought :D
This is super helpful :) thanks!
Hate the way they cynically use short people to make that shed look bigger than it really is (shock). Seems easy to build though - even a 5 yr old could do it.
Now £62.95. Extra 10% off at checkout. Thanks ordered.
Fair enough. I know a couple of people who only use this as their main pram which I found slightly worrying. That's the reason I wondered about these.
You're right in that you can't keep them in one for long periods, an hour or two at most. But it's useful for school runs, Nipping to the shops and saves having to bring out the bugaboo fox.
Not being funny, this is a genuine question but I thought you couldn’t keep a baby in a car seat for extended periods of time? What makes the Dona different from other car seats apart from that they can’t turn into a pram?
Will vote hot. The doona is great, and will hold its value when I come to sell.
Well...blue for boys and pink for girls seems to be the traditional line of thought, but hey...either way it does the job...all newborns are precious enough to protect properly in cars regardless of colour I know.
Berry pink is £115
I’d put a girl in that blue seat, it’s lovely. Why is blue only for boys?
Bought this seat for my new grandson a short while back, can certainly recommend the product, well made, good quality feel. Cheaper here with free delivery if you like the colour. For boys only I guess! https://www.lesters-nurseryworld.co.uk/details.php?id=24667
Got this for £89.99 from Dunelm on 24th Dec, still hot for this price. Great seat
Think this is an older colour, but newer colours of the icandy peach are £999 in mothercare.
Gosh!! More expensive than my car 😃
Brilliant prams, using mine for the second time and you can’t find a sturdier pram :) plus the shopping basket is huge (when using the seat unit) so plenty of room for shopping. Great price for this although it is a slightly older model
I love the colour of this <3
http://www.pramworld.co.uk/icandy-peach-pushchair-claret#.XBkzPvDfWEc Another icandy for 399£ even this is a good price
I think the other one is with iso fix, this one doesn't seem with iso fix.
I paid £20 more 3 days ago. Hot!
Was looking all day for a new car seat. This one ticks the boxes and it doesn't cost too much. Thanks!
Oooh feel chuffed thank you lol :)
a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.have some heat :)
As I said, my comment wasn't aimed at those who genuinely can't afford it. And I'm fully aware that many (including me) can't afford holidays. It was aimed at people who could afford a better car seat if they prioritised it over non essentials. I haven't once said that money makes you a better parent, but at the same time no amount of love and devotion will save your child's life in the event of a car crash
That’s such a sweeping statement to make. I think you might need to remove your head from your backside if you think everyone is enjoying an annual holiday. Priorities will include buying food, keeping a roof over their head and paying utility bills then buying the best car seat they can realistically afford. A parents love and devotion to their child is not in relation to their salary.
Not really. You see plenty of people with £600+ bugaboo or icandy pushchairs scrimping on car seats. Also most people go on holidays or have smartphones costing more than a decent car seat so I'd argue that there aren't many people who genuinely can't afford it. It's about priorities really. Car journeys are the most dangerous thing children do and a car seat is purely a machine for saving a child's life in the event of a crash. I accept that some people genuinely can't afford it but I would question their decision to have children.
That’s a really ignorant comment to make. If that’s all someone can afford then that’s just the way it is. Don’t make out somebody is a bad parent for not having the necessary disposable income.
There are plenty of rear facing seats that are suitable for up to 4 or even 6 year olds. Admittedly not in this price range though. Sadly a lot of parents care more about saving a couple of hundred quid than they do the safety of their children.
I did. Give them a call
Did you get your order? I received a missed call and I accidently deleted the voicemail before listening to it :(
I’m talking about their head movement... (ninja)
Get extra 5% off using discount code: 7AM1LY A nice £5.45 off ...
Its the Pocket Plus, there's two Pockit Plus version, one that looks like the older version but with the reclining and function to add the car seat or cot base function... They only difference between the two types is the rain hood.
Has anyone purchased this yet, the deal shows a Pockit+ but the photo and the product details all point to the older model.
1 left in stock
no stock whatsoever
We have the Monza Nova Seatfix. I was hoping to get another two for when our youngest outgrows her group 1. We might have to look sooner.
I have the young hero sport it is excellent
Thought it was the first 12 months from the shop it was bought from and any additional warranty offered was directly from the manufacturer ? . Either way, just pay by credit card and if the item fails due to a manufacturing defect you will be covered for the duration of the warranty period at least ;) It really doesn't have to be an issue when you have section 75 cover
is this still going on or expired?