Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Machine £59.99 delivered @ Mothercare
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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Machine £59.99 delivered @ Mothercare

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Found 29th Jun 2016
Download Mothercare app and register an account to receive a £10 off voucher for a £50+ shop. Put Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep machine (£69.99) into basket on the app, go to basket then type in the code at the bottom. Hit checkout and £10 off your new machine. (Can work with any other product/s) Any issues call Mothercare Customer Services.
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Lifesaver.
this machine is the best invention ever
staceybaby

this machine is the best invention ever



Seconded
worth buying as it saves so much time!
Are these hard to set up each time you need a bottle? Didn't buy one for my first but considering buying one this time.
Absolutely brilliant for night feeds. so glad we got this.
Lauraaa

Are these hard to set up each time you need a bottle? Didn't buy one for … Are these hard to set up each time you need a bottle? Didn't buy one for my first but considering buying one this time.



in short, no . they're brilliant.
Goes for £69 at Ocado.. If u order £11 worth of something else to make it up to £80 u get £20 off... So technically u only pay £49 for this machine... Dont think this is a superb price.
I didn't want to buy into one of these with my second child but so glad my sister got me one! It's fantastic and when your half asleep no warming up bottles. Only downside I find is you need to replace filter every few months, there about £10.
Tried this deal but it says it doesn't apply to the item in my basket. Terms and conditions say the code can't be used against sale items
Loulouforgetmenot

I didn't want to buy into one of these with my second child but so glad … I didn't want to buy into one of these with my second child but so glad my sister got me one! It's fantastic and when your half asleep no warming up bottles. Only downside I find is you need to replace filter every few months, there about £10.



​Argos & John Lewis are selling the filters for £7.99 at the moment. Best to stock up while you can
LIFESAVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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only_me_16

Tried this deal but it says it doesn't apply to the item in my basket. … Tried this deal but it says it doesn't apply to the item in my basket. Terms and conditions say the code can't be used against sale items



​call them at Customer services... they sorted the mother in laws that way...
Best thing we ever bought - even my hubby says so and he hates to admit to things when I'm right
Lauraaa

Are these hard to set up each time you need a bottle? Didn't buy one for … Are these hard to set up each time you need a bottle? Didn't buy one for my first but considering buying one this time.



​No we bought one last week.. You have to flush the system once when you buy it. Once it's set up you put the bottle under.. It puts hot water in.. You add powder.. Put it back under and it fills the bottle to your chosen amount!
It's brilliant! Can only recommend!
nadhaw

​No we bought one last week.. You have to flush the system once when you b … ​No we bought one last week.. You have to flush the system once when you buy it. Once it's set up you put the bottle under.. It puts hot water in.. You add powder.. Put it back under and it fills the bottle to your chosen amount! It's brilliant! Can only recommend!



Thank you for explaining it I thought you had to flush it out after every use. I'll be buying one!
I'd rather give many things up, such as TV or even my phone then lose our Perfect Prep.

I just wish we'd got one sooner rather than 6 weeks in!
Great price! Couldn't have copped without mine
Man kinds greatest accomplishment right here. I'd pay what ever they wanted for one of these.
We got one ready for when the baby arrives (not sure how we're going to be feeding yet mind) but the midwife was against as it uses unsterilised cold water - i.e. does a hot shot but then adds cold tap water?

Best thing I ever bought, paid £75 at Boots when my baby was a month old. Wish I'd had it from day one.
Parfy

We got one ready for when the baby arrives (not sure how we're going to … We got one ready for when the baby arrives (not sure how we're going to be feeding yet mind) but the midwife was against as it uses unsterilised cold water - i.e. does a hot shot but then adds cold tap water?




Take a look at the instructions, the midwife may not have used one so advised inaccurately. You boil the water and cool prior to putting it into the machine.

I do wish I had the machine for night feeds early on as I scolded my arm from one sleepy nights incident, but saying that not sure whose baby would have had the first setting of 4oz from early on - so a little emptying is needed I guess. I also found the milk wasn't warm enough, so I have to immediately put baby's bottle under hot water to heat it up a little more for our LO.

Hit and miss item for me. I only use it in the night now for the one feed.
So wish my kitchen was bigger so we could fit one of these in but we also need an electric steriliser this time
Round as our microwave doesn't fit a steriliser (ended up having to cold water sterilising when my 2 year old was tiny which was a phaff) and I just won't have room for both
nadhaw

​No we bought one last week.. You have to flush the system once when you b … ​No we bought one last week.. You have to flush the system once when you buy it. Once it's set up you put the bottle under.. It puts hot water in.. You add powder.. Put it back under and it fills the bottle to your chosen amount! It's brilliant! Can only recommend!



Are you not meant to throw the hot water away after the first burst? That's to sterilise any germs. Then you add the normal water and then powder
donteatlego123

Are you not meant to throw the hot water away after the first burst? … Are you not meant to throw the hot water away after the first burst? That's to sterilise any germs. Then you add the normal water and then powder



​No. The bottles must be sterile before use, the hot water is used to dissolve the powder (which ensures any germs in the powder are killed). Then the lukewarm water gets added afterwards.
At least I hope cause that's how I'm using it
Mamas and Papas and John Lewis are doing the filter for £7.70. I bought few.
Our son turned 1 last week we got this just before he was born and we could not image life without it. Best investment we made we paid close £90 for the black one and it was worth every penny. Only bad point is the filters are bit expensive to replace I believe you can use standard Brita filters work just as well.
Greatest invention of the 21st Century! cannot live without it!:D
Downloaded Mothercare app, added tommie tippie as posted to basket, used generated £10 of order, code won't accept, phoned Mothercare, only applies to sale items unless someone can upload a screenshot of purchase, they won't accept!
Can anyone upload a successful purchase with £10 code?
Guys go with Ocado £60.98 with 3 bottle pack.

You get £20 off first order use voucher to get this price.
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Thanks to linhang90

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Forget Mothercare


Edited by: "monZAA" 30th Jun 2016
monZAA

Guys go with Ocado £60.98 with 3 bottle pack. You get £20 off first order … Guys go with Ocado £60.98 with 3 bottle pack. You get £20 off first order use voucher to get this price.SThanks to linhang90Forget Mothercare



Dont thank me yet,u shouldve used Topcashback,wouldve got £6.60 cashback too. too late now i guess. Lol sorry forgot to mention that
Best thing out of the ££££ we have spent so far on our gorgeous girl. Couldn't be without it now.
monZAA

Guys go with Ocado £60.98 with 3 bottle pack. You get £20 off first order … Guys go with Ocado £60.98 with 3 bottle pack. You get £20 off first order use voucher to get this price.Forget Mothercare



I think there are very few people on here that are new customers with Ocado. You can apply that code to any product they sell at RRP and call it a deal with £20 off.

So I and many others can't forget Mothercare.

Anyone managed to buy at £60?

These aren't recommended....the hot shot isn't enough to kill any bacteria in the powder.
Also it's sad that people buy them before they've even given birth. Breastfeeding is completely FREE and nutritionally tailored to your baby....to me that the hottest deal of all!
Keep your dodgy powder machine.
Not sure if i should get one or not ocado deal looks good however i keep seeing things about safety sons nearly 2 weeks old been either using a flask or boiling the kettle up each time i asked my health visitor she said she hasnt heard of any child getting sick from them as of yet majority of people speak highly of them
kthomson120

These aren't recommended....the hot shot isn't enough to kill any … These aren't recommended....the hot shot isn't enough to kill any bacteria in the powder. Also it's sad that people buy them before they've even given birth. Breastfeeding is completely FREE and nutritionally tailored to your baby....to me that the hottest deal of all!Keep your dodgy powder machine.



It's condescending comments like these that can really hurt anxious parents. This is not the place for a breast feeding v's bottle feeding rhetoric. I tried my very best to breast feed my baby and wasn't able to, I was gutted.
This machine is a lifesaver, I bought it when my daughter was a week old, and as others have said, it was the very best thing I have ever bought for her!
Everyone knows that breastfeeding is the ideal, however please don't lose sight of the fact that it just doesn't work out for everyone. I know I'm not alone in the mothers guilt that I couldn't breast feed my baby, and comments like yours just make it that little bit worse.
foolchild

It's condescending comments like these that can really hurt anxious … It's condescending comments like these that can really hurt anxious parents. This is not the place for a breast feeding v's bottle feeding rhetoric. I tried my very best to breast feed my baby and wasn't able to, I was gutted. This machine is a lifesaver, I bought it when my daughter was a week old, and as others have said, it was the very best thing I have ever bought for her! Everyone knows that breastfeeding is the ideal, however please don't lose sight of the fact that it just doesn't work out for everyone. I know I'm not alone in the mothers guilt that I couldn't breast feed my baby, and comments like yours just make it that little bit worse.



Couldn't agree more. Awful comment.

We are combination feeding and have ordered one of these for night feeds when my wife is unable to breast feed due to illness and I'm working aware from from home. But I'm sure to someone as perfect in every way as Kthomson, I'm the 21st century version or Hitler.

Keep your dodgy attitude (to yourself).
schooleydoo

Couldn't agree more. Awful comment.We are combination feeding and have … Couldn't agree more. Awful comment.We are combination feeding and have ordered one of these for night feeds when my wife is unable to breast feed due to illness and I'm working aware from from home. But I'm sure to someone as perfect in every way as Kthomson, I'm the 21st century version or Hitler.Keep your dodgy attitude (to yourself).



What cruel things to say. She was merely making the point that breastfeeding is free (it is) and that these machines aren't considered safe by the NHS (true). The risks associated with them therefore, makes them (in her opinion) not a good deal irrespective of price. Many babies are fine using these machines however, much like the use of formula which leads directly to 800,000 deaths of infants annually, there are still risks associated and she offered the opinion that she doesn't feel they're good value. Many people aren't aware of this fact and sharing facts are not attacks.
Only 2% of women can't breastfeed - those who don't make milk at all and those who are on medication that prevents it. Formula is a medicine that's designed for babies who have a genuine lactose intolerance and breastmilk (still free even when donated) is the biological norm. Any woman or baby who doesn't fall within this remit has been spectacularly failed by these professionals around her who should have supported her (and her partner and family) in order to succeed at breastfeeding if she wanted to and not have the guilt that racks so many mum's. X
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