If you want to use the cheapest tat you can find, go ahead. Nothing at £200 will come close to this. I'm guessing you bought a pram 20 years ago for £150 and don't understand inflation. If you'd said a less stupid number like 350 then yep, different people have different budgets. 200 is proper lols As for the deal, I probably wouldn't as it seems to be old version, so there'll be lots going 2nd hand
What's new? New sun canopy with peek-a-boo + breezy panel in one Refreshed aesthetics for cleaner look - on hardware + software Updated folding buttons - for an easier + more comfortable fold Updated seat recline handle - for a more comfortable handle operation Updated rotating carry handle - making it easier to open the carry handle standing when folded) New carrycot with 2 extra pockets - for extra storage, example keys or phone Updated handlebar grips protection - by new wrist loop holder design (self standing when folded)
Looks like a Fox 1
I would understand this price for ppl who will have 5+ babies, to buy item that lasts, but majority of 5+ families won't be able to afford it so again, year, two years and then bin it.. :/
You must be on drugs if you spend anything more than £200 on a pushchair/pram.
Posted 30th Oct 2020Posted 30th Oct 2020
Grimms large rainbow - £58.50 With Code @ Naturalbabyshower£58.50£6510% off Free P&P Free
South London playground talk. Us mere folk won't understand
You could also buy more than 1 toy for £58 and they'll have hours of fun and playing opportunities that way too. Personally think its a waste of money for a toy, but if you've got the money and happy to pay £58 a hand stained wooden rainbow mass produced then crack on.
These are so expensive, I'd much rather go to a small business pay half as much for something of the same if not better quality.
I'm suprised that Aldi or Lidl haven't released their own version of this for £10.
Posted 28th Nov 2019Posted 28th Nov 2019
BABYZEN YOYO+ 6+ Stroller - Black with Aqua £330.65 @ Natural Baby Shower£330.65£38915% off
I posted the John Lewis deal earlier which had it at £350.10 but now Natural Baby Shower have it at £330! Most colours available. The multi award winning BABYZEN stroller is world… Read more
Can confirm, they just price matched the one I ordered!
JL will price match if you report natural baby shower price to them. They matched when reported it last time.
Considering this one too. Or the Ergobaby metro https://www.johnlewis.com/ergobaby-metro-city-compact-stroller-grey/p4327592?s_ppc=1dxDSA-CWEAR-PP39700045867385336&tmad=c&tmcampid=1&gclsrc=aw.ds&&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI95GA2vSM5gIVx7HtCh0LyAllEAAYAyAAEgIpd_D_BwE
Please post the deal if you will find something better and cheaper. We after this stroler
Hoping John Lewis do a further drop and I shall be going to purchase it from there.
Posted 11th Sep 2018Posted 11th Sep 2018
Priam 2-in-1 Travel System with car seat for £500 @ Natural baby shower£500
With the Cybex Priam 2-in-1 Seat you can transform the seat into a carrycot! This seat is perfect for babies newborn to 17kg (around 4 years). The fantastic seat will recline compl… Read more
Great deal. I ended up getting this and just adding the LUX seat separately as I wanted to be able to fold the chassis without removing the seat. Still works out at much cheaper than buying from elsewhere. Thanks OP!
Heat added! This is a absolute bargain! I have this pram but the lux seat and paid £900 for frame, seat and footmuff!
Can be everything you need it to be, it's multi purpose. Can be used for jogging, bike trailer, pram pushchair etc.
Am I missing something, or is that just a bike trailer?
Good to see a good value travel system with a highly safety rated car seat rather than a poorer quality own brand that has a high customer opinion rating. @usualDev Thanks, just an FYI if you put the brand in the title (cybex) it will probably match more saved searches / alerts so would help more people out.
Posted 20th May 2018Posted 20th May 2018
Snuzpod 2 with mattress in any colour only £162 with discount code at naturalbabyshower£162£20019% off
It depends but I’m sure others share your view as others share different views. Those with more experience tend to work with each child and situation on a case by case basis.
I’m 100% sure any midwife would disagree. 6 months, safety first ..... always
1-2 months but depends on the baby. It can be used past 6 months also, agains, depends on the baby. After that a normal size cot with one side removed and reinforced at the legs can be used to cosleep or a larger bed of course. Nothing wrong with cosleeping for years as they tend to get in the main bed even if they have their own room. Routine is a different thing. That’s more about when they sleep and wake up, not who with. Always good to read up on a variety of experiences as different things work for different people.
You mean after 6 months when they can go in a bigger and proper cot in another room.... making this pointless. You could co sleep with them for longer but then it’ll likely take even longer to get them into a proper routine.
Posted 1st Jul 2017Posted 1st Jul 2017
Most Joolz pushchair accessories 10% off plus a further 10% with email signup @ Natural Baby Shower
Natural Baby Shower appear to have price matched the official Joolz pushchair accessory price reductions available at: https://my-joolz.co.uk/accessories See here: https://www.… Read more
They do the same one on the natural baby shower site and it come out at £94.41 with the discount. I have purchased this for my 11 month old so no insert required but thanks for the reminder.
Love my 360 carrier, but babies under 6 months need the newborn insert so you'll end up spending another 30 quid so may as well buy at the same time! https://m.johnlewis.com/ergobaby-original-baby-carrier-infant-insert-black/p/1757301
Posted 27th Nov 2015Posted 27th Nov 2015
Upmarket baby/toddler products, eg Pacapod - 15% Off Everything and Free Delivery on £45 Spend
Upmarket children products retailer. EG PACAPOD Changing bag, £265 but all items reduced by 15% till midnight tonight! So can be had for nearer £225! Unfortunately some items ha… Read more