TP Bubble Bouncer £26.63 free delivery @ Amazon

TP Bubble Bouncer £26.63 free delivery @ Amazon

Found 7th Nov 2013
TP bubble bouncer for £26.63 with free delivery from amazon (rrp £39.99) been looking for one for a while but never seen on offer.
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The TP Bubble Bouncer is a fantastic first trampoline. Bounce and play, then fold away. Fantastic first trampoline with foldaway feature- perfect for tidy storage under a bed or cot. With low access standing platform, robust handle to hold on to and fitted with soft, foam pads on the base to protect floors. Perfect for helping to develop strength, and improve balance and co-ordination skills whilst having lots of fun. Wipes clean easily and features easy foldaway handle is perfect for tidy storage under a bed or cot and it is lightweight. No assembly is required - ready to use straight out of the box. Great for your child's development: As children learn to walk this early bouncer develops strength, balance and motor skills. The robust handle provides support and confidence to children, who will enjoy bending their knees to achieve a bounce sensation, whilst maintaining their balance. Soon they will be jumping higher on their bubble bouncer, further developing gross motor and balancing skills. Because bouncing requires effort and energy, the Bouncycle makes children fitter too. What you need to know: Minimal assembly is required - simply remove from box and slot in the handle. Little ones can bounce up and down to develop co-ordination and balance skills. The easy foldaway handle is perfect for tidy storage under a bed or cot and it is lightweight, so it's ideal for taking to Granny's for the weekend. Size: Height 50cm x Width 20.5cm x Depth 36cm Maximum child weight: Maximum user weight 20kg Self-assembly: Ready to use straight out of the box - no assembly is required. Safety warnings: Not suitable for children under 12 months
Sorry I don't want to knock your deal, but just a warning, we had one of these and they are awful. Definitely not worth the money
Waste of money. Unstable and not bouncy!
Weren't these in home bargains for £19.99. Definitely look the same.
I used to work in a toy shop that sold these and in my opinion they are terrible! I think you would be better off just letting your child jump on a cushion! And it would be safer.
My 18month old loves his, I wasn't convinced when I first saw it as it didn't seem very bouncy but it only took him a few tries to get the hang of bouncing really well on it. Much safer than the old style mini trampolines too.
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