Snuzpod 2 with mattress in any colour only £162 with discount code at naturalbabyshower
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Snuzpod 2 with mattress in any colour only £162 with discount code at naturalbabyshower

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Found 20th May
This is the best price I have seen for the Snuzpod 2 so far on the internet. Usually retails at £199.99 in most stores. It is available in any colour.

There are two ways you can get the discount code, either by using ROYAL10 which is their current promotion and gets you 10% off storewide or you can sign up to their mailing list for your own personal 10% discount code.

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This does not look stable! An 11 year old could topple this over trying to get out of it
What’s wrong with a Moses basket for £20?
thewolf8u57 m ago

What’s wrong with a Moses basket for £20?


The side of this zips down allowing it to be attached to the side of a bed. Best thing we got for our LO as he was constantly getting up to feed through the night. With a Moses basket you have to get out of bed and get them out of it and then put them back...
roguepsi2 h, 8 m ago

This does not look stable! An 11 year old could topple this over trying to …This does not look stable! An 11 year old could topple this over trying to get out of it


“Newborn to 6 months”
Look guys, I’m only sharing a deal for people interested in this item as they will be saving almost £40.

If you feel the product is not worth the money then that is your opinion, but please take it elsewhere!
can’t use both discounts, I just tried to get both discounts to work on Babyzen

Good deal for snuzpod
Edited by: "shammy84" 20th May
donslibi3 h, 36 m ago

The side of this zips down allowing it to be attached to the side of a …The side of this zips down allowing it to be attached to the side of a bed. Best thing we got for our LO as he was constantly getting up to feed through the night. With a Moses basket you have to get out of bed and get them out of it and then put them back...


If our baby wakes it’s usually for a feed or a change so you’d have to pick them up anyway.
thewolf8u5 m ago

If our baby wakes it’s usually for a feed or a change so you’d have to pic …If our baby wakes it’s usually for a feed or a change so you’d have to pick them up anyway.


Not for a feed, as this acts as a co-sleeper.
donslibi14 m ago

Not for a feed, as this acts as a co-sleeper.


Safer in the basket I think
shammy841 h, 26 m ago

can’t use both discounts, I just tried to get both discounts to work on B …can’t use both discounts, I just tried to get both discounts to work on Babyzen Good deal for snuzpod


Yep! I tried the same, unfortunately the codes don’t stack so it’s either one or the other
thewolf8u1 h, 41 m ago

Safer in the basket I think


Nope, just as safe. One side is actually higher than a normal Moses basket and the other can be the same or opened to the main bed next to it. Comes with straps to secure it all against the bed. If it’s not for you, don’t worry, but it’s tried and tested and I’m talking from experience. It was a godsend when we had it. Plus sold it when we didn’t need it anymoreand didn’t lose out too much either.
Edited by: "donslibi" 20th May
donslibi1 h, 8 m ago

Nope, just as safe. One side is actually higher than a normal Moses basket …Nope, just as safe. One side is actually higher than a normal Moses basket and the other can be the same or opened to the main bed next to it. Comes with straps to secure it all against the bed. If it’s not for you, don’t worry, but it’s tried and tested and I’m talking from experience. It was a godsend when we had it. Plus sold it when we didn’t need it anymoreand didn’t lose out too much either.


It’s tried and tested..... by how many? Hundreds of millions? Because that’s how many use Moses baskets. An adult should not sleep next to a child without a barrier and the best barrier is a separate bed.
thewolf8u7 m ago

It’s tried and tested..... by how many? Hundreds of millions? Because t …It’s tried and tested..... by how many? Hundreds of millions? Because that’s how many use Moses baskets. An adult should not sleep next to a child without a barrier and the best barrier is a separate bed.


I think hundreds of millions parents have slept next to their baby throughout history too. It's just not the safest in the modern day of the super safety conscious.

These are stable just a lot of money for something that will last 6 months or less.
thewolf8u2 h, 6 m ago

It’s tried and tested..... by how many? Hundreds of millions? Because t …It’s tried and tested..... by how many? Hundreds of millions? Because that’s how many use Moses baskets. An adult should not sleep next to a child without a barrier and the best barrier is a separate bed.


They are two different things.We had both. Can’t cosleep with newborns as it’s dangerous but after a certain period it becomes very convenient.
Great deal. Of course you can co-sleep with a newborn under the right conditions i .e breastfeeding mother not under the influence of alcohol/drugs. Do some research!
Edited by: "aleypaly" 20th May
aimzjordan9 h, 0 m ago

Look guys, I’m only sharing a deal for people interested in this item as t …Look guys, I’m only sharing a deal for people interested in this item as they will be saving almost £40.If you feel the product is not worth the money then that is your opinion, but please take it elsewhere!


Cold for 'attitude'
donslibi21 h, 58 m ago

They are two different things.We had both. Can’t cosleep with newborns as i …They are two different things.We had both. Can’t cosleep with newborns as it’s dangerous but after a certain period it becomes very convenient.


You mean after 6 months when they can go in a bigger and proper cot in another room.... making this pointless. You could co sleep with them for longer but then it’ll likely take even longer to get them into a proper routine.
thewolf8u34 m ago

You mean after 6 months when they can go in a bigger and proper cot in …You mean after 6 months when they can go in a bigger and proper cot in another room.... making this pointless. You could co sleep with them for longer but then it’ll likely take even longer to get them into a proper routine.


1-2 months but depends on the baby. It can be used past 6 months also, agains, depends on the baby. After that a normal size cot with one side removed and reinforced at the legs can be used to cosleep or a larger bed of course. Nothing wrong with cosleeping for years as they tend to get in the main bed even if they have their own room. Routine is a different thing. That’s more about when they sleep and wake up, not who with. Always good to read up on a variety of experiences as different things work for different people.
donslibi1 h, 13 m ago

1-2 months but depends on the baby. It can be used past 6 months also, …1-2 months but depends on the baby. It can be used past 6 months also, agains, depends on the baby. After that a normal size cot with one side removed and reinforced at the legs can be used to cosleep or a larger bed of course. Nothing wrong with cosleeping for years as they tend to get in the main bed even if they have their own room. Routine is a different thing. That’s more about when they sleep and wake up, not who with. Always good to read up on a variety of experiences as different things work for different people.


I’m 100% sure any midwife would disagree. 6 months, safety first ..... always
thewolf8u1 h, 16 m ago

I’m 100% sure any midwife would disagree. 6 months, safety first ..... a …I’m 100% sure any midwife would disagree. 6 months, safety first ..... always


It depends but I’m sure others share your view as others share different views. Those with more experience tend to work with each child and situation on a case by case basis.
Not my view, it’s standard NHS advice
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