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    I'm wanting to buy one of these for my twins for Christmas, but they're an awful price! Any good offers on them anywhere?

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    Mod & Ed

    Argos have it in their 3 for 2 offer, they are fab, I've got one and along with this here argos.co.uk/sta…htm which is also in the offer, is the reason I'm sure that Issy has such strong legs and was walking so early, they've also got the smart trike in the offer which I've got Issy for her birthday.
    otherwise check on your local netmums site, its really good for picking up ex cond items locally at really good prices

    they worth every penny and mines only used his from 4-9 months. I know some say up to 18 months.
    If your child is over 6 months you probably left it too late unless they smaller child.
    But at its peak my son would happily go init for an hour least once a day whilst, i cook ,cleaned, played with him or watched TV. He just didnt care so long as he knew i was nearby he was happy as a piggy in muck

    Original Poster

    Thanks wihad, I'm looking at the smart trikes now, I could get 2 of them and 1 jumperoo. They'd be too small for the trikes at Christmas but they'd be good to put away for summer.

    Mod & Ed

    tessb

    Thanks wihad, I'm looking at the smart trikes now, I could get 2 of them … Thanks wihad, I'm looking at the smart trikes now, I could get 2 of them and 1 jumperoo. They'd be too small for the trikes at Christmas but they'd be good to put away for summer.



    I've done that with loads of toys etc, Issy was only 10 weeks old last christmas, so I bought things for her of different age stages and she's had them throughout the year, when she's reached that age, am doing the same for Eli as she's only going to be 4 mths old,

    You definately want to get stuff that will last for Christmas. My son has his birthday in January so I always have to buy for the next 12 months. It is also worth looking at getting these type of things secondhand. They are used for such a short amount of time that they are like new. I bought a jumperoo off eBay for £30 and sold it for the same price 6 months later on gumtree.

    Original Poster

    How much was the postage on the jumperoo from ebay wookiemummy?

    tessb

    How much was the postage on the jumperoo from ebay wookiemummy?



    I never did. I searched for one near me and waited for one at the right price to turn up. In fact I think I offered it as a buy it now price and pay on collection to save on fees. You can always check it over then before you buy it
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