Snuggle Pod for Premature Babies was £19.99 now only £8.49 + free delivery to local store @ Mothercare
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Snuggle Pod for Premature Babies was £19.99 now only £8.49 + free delivery to local store @ Mothercare

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Found 4th Aug 2011
I realise this is a somewhat niche product and won't appeal to the majority of HUKD users but it is such a good product and a real bargain at this price that I thought I'd post for anyone who might benefit. These snugglepods are normally around £20/£25.

Use code S4PN to buy at this price.

* Specially designed receiving blanket that wraps around your baby with a cushioned headrest for extra support and comfort
* Smaller size suitable for premature babies
* Soft touch hook and loop fastenings
* Not suitable for overnight sleeping
* Front: 77 % cotton, 23% polyester velour
* Lining: 100% cotton

15 Comments

Does this have full 1080p?

Not gold plated - cold

i would have loved this 2 years back when my lo was born premature! she was tiny so even the all in one i bought from mothercare to bring her home in was huge on her and in the car seat she looked so uncomfortable! great price and heat added!

Ahhhhhhhh

Great product for those with prems or tiny babies. My prem is 5 now, but would have bought this.

Wish I had this for my daughter 15 years ago we had to put her in dolls clothes :-)

What a stupid remark to make from the continually retarded FLUSTEREDPIE. Go eff off and die.

Fantastic product and in short supply at my local SPBU, am going to buy 50 as a christmas gift for the Unit so thank you very much for spotting this deal - red hot from me.

My premature baby (26 weeker) is now 8 months old so a bit big for these now, we also had to put him in dolls clothes. If you have never been there and suffered the mental anguish of will today be the day he lives or dies - then keep your stupid childish remarks to yourself.

are these still for sale? cant see how to add them to the basket!

edit:: ignore me just seen temp out of stock online!!
Edited by: "tonijoe" 5th Aug 2011

My baby was born at 28 weeks. Good on you CHEEKYLIlMONKEY for buying for your SCBU.

CheekyLilMonkey

What a stupid remark to make from the continually retarded FLUSTEREDPIE. … What a stupid remark to make from the continually retarded FLUSTEREDPIE. Go eff off and die.Fantastic product and in short supply at my local SPBU, am going to buy 50 as a christmas gift for the Unit so thank you very much for spotting this deal - red hot from me. My premature baby (26 weeker) is now 8 months old so a bit big for these now, we also had to put him in dolls clothes. If you have never been there and suffered the mental anguish of will today be the day he lives or dies - then keep your stupid childish remarks to yourself.



Excellent post !
Hope your wee one is doing well x

Ok so this probably wasn't the best thread to be joking around in. My apologies if I caused you or anyone else any offense

Umm. Bit over the top telling somebody to eff off and die. Don't think the remark was offensive at all. But...Trauma of having a prem. baby does dull the sense of humour.

My son was born at 28 weeks but nearly had to come out at 25...I must be the only man to ever have spent a week sleeping in the home birthing room. oO (another story)
I'll never forget going into the room where all the very, very premature babies were. They were like little old people. Luckily he held out and was able to be born and placed in a normal SCBU.
Because my son was low birthweight, even for his birth age, we too had to put him in dolls clothes.

He is now 12 years old and still slightly small for his age but catching up.

CHEEKYLIlMONKEY you are nearly through the worst now but you'll find that the effects of being a prem. baby last for a long time. But they do catch up eventually.


CheekyLilMonkey

What a stupid remark to make from the continually retarded FLUSTEREDPIE. … What a stupid remark to make from the continually retarded FLUSTEREDPIE. Go eff off and die.Fantastic product and in short supply at my local SPBU, am going to buy 50 as a christmas gift for the Unit so thank you very much for spotting this deal - red hot from me. My premature baby (26 weeker) is now 8 months old so a bit big for these now, we also had to put him in dolls clothes. If you have never been there and suffered the mental anguish of will today be the day he lives or dies - then keep your stupid childish remarks to yourself.


jamgin

Umm. Bit over the top telling somebody to eff off and die. Don't think … Umm. Bit over the top telling somebody to eff off and die. Don't think the remark was offensive at all.


a big +1
telling someone to **** off and die is 100 times more offensive than the post your comment was aimed at. try and get a little perspective next time.

Great post, thanks OP. My little one was born premature and would have benefitted from this. He's 7 now and the second tallest in his class.

My 28 weeker is 10 weeks now weighing 5lb 15oz I wonder if she's too big for this now?? Although would be nice for in her pram, nice to see some more prem mums you don't realise how many people it happens to or how amazing nicu nurses are until your part of it. Proud mummy to a 28 week prem, Gabriella Faith born at home delivered by mummy!!!
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