That's a nice price reduction, thanks op ordered today :)
All Cot Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
Loved the snuz pod we had for our little one, recommend it.
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The car seat is rated i-size which is the most upto date safety regulations in the UK. It has side impact protection.
How good and safe is this?
This is the best deal I've seen for this stroller! Most travel sets also only come with the Pipa car seat too.
I just hope it doesn’t work being a false economical decision... Buy cheap, buy crap, have to buy again, effectively costing you more in the long run. Saying that, i’m still tempted to grab one!
For £3.75 I figured it was worth a shot :)
Purchased thanks OP. Reading the reviews aren’t that great but took a punt as a spare!
Was really tempted to get this for our two year old but the reviews are pretty poor...
Thanks, ordered. Was literally talking about getting one for my daughter a couple of hours ago and hey presto, a deal appears!
So, we had one like this for our first baby.. next time round just used a full size cot beside the bed with a properly made comfortable mattress that lasts more than 4 months, as you can’t use these when they sit up....No idea why I didn’t do that in the first place.
Whilst it's a good deal, you can save a bit more if you don't have the 'Air' version: https://www.online4baby.com/chicco-next2me-bedside-crib-with-2-fitted-sheets-dove-grey
I ended up buying new! £500 for the pram and carseat (ickle bubba v4 with mercury carseat).
2nd hand good - our pram was new but it was a gift from the wife's parents and we got the colour (red/claret) as it was £300 cheaper than the others. We bought the moses basket as a 2nd - less than half price and the mark wiped off in one wipe with a dry cloth. One thing we did get for the pram was a confort liner (some gel/memory foam thing) that goes on over the seat (the wife was bored at 3 in the morning). Was only about £20 - mention it as adds a 'new' bit that the baby will actually be sitting/drooling/sleeping against that you can put over a used one to make it feel new.
Very true, but also worth considering if you walk a lot that the cheap ones are awkward to push if they have fixed wheels - our buggy wound me up! We got loads of stuff 2nd hand though, including a "premium" brand pram & i've kept it because i could never justify paying its new price on the next baby, even though it was a great pram. Once we've finished with it, we'll be passing it on as there's plenty of use left in it yet :)
I actually realised this today. Prices new for a lot of these branded prams are quite frankly ridiculous. I did an eBay search and could see that literally lose the bulk of their value. I'm currently waiting for a like new second hand Ickle Bubba or Bugaboo set to appear on eBay then snatch it up. I nearly hit the purchase button on a £800 bugaboo pram last night, then £650 for Icke Bubba and just realised what a colossal waste of money buying it new. Awesome confirmation anyway! I'm definitely going to go down the second hand route! Thank to everyone else for kindly responding. Y'all good peoples.
Biggest piece of advice I'd give would be to not get carried away with the frankly ludicrous amounts of fancy brand nonsense for what is essentially a box on wheels. The world has gone a bit mad on this whole "premium pram" nonsense. Genuinely useful features, like the ability to take a car seat and put it straight onto wheeled base, are worth considering. It's not HARD to get a baby in/out of a car seat, but you'll sometimes be very pleased if you can do it without disturbing them. And definitely consider eBay/other second-hand options. Many of these items don't exactly get loads of use but they don't seem to hold their value well, probably because they're over-priced in the first place and because first-time parents "want the best" for their newborns. Aside for car seats, where you want to make sure what you've got is safe, there's not much to go wrong in this whole area. And even car seats have entered insanity levels with new "must-have" features every few years, playing on the fears of new parents to make you feel bad if you don't do everything possible for your new offspring, whilst fundamentally giving you a piece of polystyrene sitting inside a bit of plastic. Also, be prepared for the fact that the more fancy the pram/push-chair/whatever the more time it'll take to learn how the hell to use all of the various pieces that come with it. So make sure you know how to assemble that essential rain-cover before you're in the middle of the high street and it starts tipping it down :)
Not a mattress per se, more of a padded layer. That being said the padded layer was good enough for my son to sleep on through the night in many occasions whilst visiting family.
Did it come with a mattress?
Great deal, thank you! Shipping is an additional £5.95 :)
I’ve got this one, paid about £80 at the time and even then thought it was well worth it. Great kit and and folds down very neatly! (y)
Cot bumpers are widely considered as unsafe. Other people may have different opinions, but they have been responsible for infant deaths. A bit about it here on the national childbirth trust page https://www.nct.org.uk/baby-toddler/sleep/cot-safety-bedding-and-bumpers-your-questions-answered
Good, as long as your little one doesnt get bored after 5 seconds in it :(
Thought it was a coffee table
Good for putting babies in. Or chihuahuas.
'children up to 3 years old who weigh 15kg'? Isn't this is a bit optimistic? I'd say up to 2 years tops, unless you have a very small child.
Out of stock now.
Some reasonable options at Asda (even without discount) - won’t let me include a link but search cot on their website. Just for extra choice, heat added to this deal of course.
No problem, glad I could help!
Great find! The cotbed is the last thing we've not picked up before the pending arrival in June. This looks ideal - thanks :)
We bought only the pram for £160 and it's a decent quality, not as fancy as Mamas and papas for example, but it's alright, it does the job well. It has 3 positions, we like the big rear wheels. I would suggest buying their car seat as we couldn't fit our maxi cozy car seat on that base... I believe this price for this bundle is too much.
Not sure about whole bundle but own that 5in1 multi function chair. Whilst its light and quite nice idea I found it too flimsy and too small. 4 month little one in sitting position already hits his head into yellow cover. Also converting from sitting to cot position requires taking baby out? Oh and hook with toys just literally comes off with slightest kick (favourite activity of our little one) feels cheap and unfinished product really. Oh and do not believe in that few seconds state change, by the time you inzipped pockets and found all belts its already 10 min gone (lol)
The pram is quite bulky and heavy by the time the child can walk you'll want to swap it for something lighter and more compact
Any advice on the quality of this would be appreciated (y)
Seems like the pram is only £229 in a few places. Maybe the bundle deal is a bit deceiving. Will have to have a look around as we're after a few bits soon and I know nothing in this area!
Its the Nuna Sena cot which is the predecessor to the Nuna Sena Aire, the only main difference i can see is the matress on the aire is more "airy" but other than that its still a good buy at this price. Dimensions suggest its not the mini.
What makes you say 100%? Dimensions on the site and product specs are for nuna sena. Seems to be the same as this one (which isn't mini) https://www.johnlewis.com/nuna-sena-travel-cot-safari/p1511225 Confusing :S
That’s the mini, 100%. Good price mind.
Looks like a good price. What size mattress does this thing take? (The included travel mattress may be very thin and uncomfortable). We bought three of the Hauck Sleep n Play centres for our triplets. Main reasons for the choice were: - Cost less than £50 each - Takes a 'standard' sized cot mattress (120 cm x 60 cm) [Note: some cot mattresses are 140 x 70] - Offered the same raised bassinet functionality to save your back when they're not able to roll and climb-out Currently available for £45.95 from the same store here
You are right, I think this is the precedent to the Aire. Aire has mesh walls on all four sides, and this has two. The Mini would look much smaller. The EAN number came up on google referring to Mini is probably due to ebay doing something silly...
I chose the tenner, seems pretty well made and hoping I can pick up the accessories on the cheap from somewhere. Shame it wasn't the original offer though.
They likely don't have it - I had a quick look to see if I could buy it seperatly and it was mostly the newer pattern stuff, so I just decided to take the return, they are swapping it for the Hauck one on their website as that at least comes with a changing mat part, I think the listed price for that is 84.95 and they aren't billing me for the extra tenner(:I its a shame though because I did like the woodland mint. but it wasn't worth paying £60+ just for the cot with the tenner back imo
Same. Are you going for full return? Or is there some sort of breach on their part and they should send the rest as advertised?
Offered 10£ back or a return. pretty rubbish
Same .... Emailed to complain
Gutted I missed this!!
Brilliant needed one after I ruined one in the washing machine. Thanks OP
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Congratulations on the birth of your Baby Girl Glad you got a bargain :D
Great deal. Bought a vista in navy prior to arrival of baby, not knowing what flavour baby will be. Baby arrived pink, so purchased this. Thanks OP