Wasn't this posted at Aldi or Lidl for £8 a few days ago?
Another *would recommend* over here (highfive) . Had for couple years and it's been great. Well worth it at this price
It's £24.99 is there a code?
Bought this recently for a similar price. It's a great piece of kit, folds down relatively small and we've never had an issue it not fitting on a chair. Has kept the little one contained. Highly recommend.
It is expensive for what it is, but if you are after this one specifically and you do not mind the colour, as far as I can see this is the cheapest you can get one currently. Offer code WIN…
Your only valid point so far is potential mattress quality difference. What are these features that you think the baby would end up a junkie if the cheaper one was bought?
Just look at the feature and quality differences. If you are fine with for your precious baby to spend all their sleep in questionalbe quality construction on questionalble quality mattress, you do you. 6 months or not, it is the highest rated product in the segment, and it was back then 20% off.
curious - how would it differ than, say, https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/144334609380?mkcid=1&mkrid=710-53481-19255-0&siteid=3&campid=5336549684&customid=2332491254&toolid=10001&mkevt=1#rpdCntId which is 1/3 the price? it's ultimately for 6 months.
It is the best in the market according to pretty much all the review sites. https://www.madeformums.com/reviews/8-of-the-best-co-sleeping-cots-and-cribs-for-safe-sleeping/
Just bought a very similar new one for around £50, can't imagine why you would want to spend 200£ on it.
LIDL have a baby event on today's special buy. For some reason this crib is not showing up on their website properly. But it is in this weeks brochure. https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/online-leaf…
Looks good price if you are after one. Just bare in mind that it has limited use 4-6 months tops. If you are planning to have a travel crib you are better off to use that as a next to me crib instead and save yourself some money. Something like the Joie Kubbie Sleep, Graco Contour Bassinet Travel Cot or any travel cot really which has an upper setting. They are good for 3 years or so.
Chicco Balance Bike available From 16 Dec - Adjustable Handbar and Seats
Balance bikes are by far and away the best way to learn to ride a bike. The hard part is the balance and the countersteering, neither of which you get on a 4 wheeled bicycle with stabilisers, but both you get on a balance bike. When they are bigger all you do is switch to the same thing with pedals and they have an easier time of it. I'm no bicycle salesman and I can't speak for this one but from pictures, foam tyres will slow them down (not always a bad thing), but the geometry looks tricky. The high bars and short gap to the seat, coupled with the short wheel base and high steering rake angle means it's likely to be quite unstable. Turn in too fast, high centre of gravity, less room on the bike between the seat and bars, that sort of thing (all bad and more likely to fall over). I would go for something longer wheelbase with forks at a less steep angle to the frame. Kids are resilient and can get by with near enough anything, but I noticed the difference in bike geometry with my kids' confidence in learning to ride and have experience with dodgy steering geometry in motorcycles :o . The boy in the pic is having a hard time because whoever assembled it didn't put the bars on straight XD
Great first balance bike as it's lightweight and easy for them to get moving. Moved onto a Frog balance bike and then a Black Mountain 'growing' bike after it as she loves biking. At least at this price if they don't like it it's not wasted money. We had 12 months out of it then sold for £10.
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Great bit of kit. I'll be honest though, our first cub didn't like it at all and refused to sleep in it, we were probably too new parenty and just let him in the bed. However, you live and you learn.. Second cub comes along, unfortunately for him we lost our soft touch, his big bro done him over lol. Glad we did persevere this time round though, it's so great when they get used to it. Nice and safe, adjustable etc. Never hooked it on to the bed personally, it's pretty sturdy as is, never had a doubt of its stability as it stands and he's 4 months now. Probably out grow well before 6months, but still feel its worth it if you get 5months out of it. Probably get half your money back selling it when done too.
Bought this from amazon when it was on offer for 89.99. Looking forward to using it as many mums have said they're a good investment and useful for at least the first 6 months (y)
There is a good used market for these things. Buy clean used and sell 4 months later and it won't cost you anything to own. £100 does close the gap between new and used somewhat though!
Agree with a couple of the other comments. Wondered for the first month why my baby kept rolling to one side of the crib. Realised it's because the bed wasn't level! Now have to get a small level stick each time I change the sheets so I can adjust it
We ordered very similar from Aldi online 74.99 can't fault it
Ordered yesterday amd it’s been dispatched xxx
I got a Joie Chrome DLX bundle because it has bigger tyres more suited to the rough paths near my house online4baby.com/search-results?q=chrome+dlx Same as the Nuna Mixx (Nuna being their sister brand) but costs way less https://www.mamasandpapas.com/search?sort=price-descending&q=Nuna+mixx
Choose for me XD
Online4baby.com for bundles, but there is so much choice it can be bewildering