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I have been looking for a sleepyhead for 80 or under and annoyed i missed this. Is there a way for HUKD to alert you when deals with certain words are posted?
Thanks :) we tried to get him out of this one as we don't really want him in one forever and don't really want to pay out for another. We will see when he grows out of it if I'm buying another as he won't sleep
Agree they are great products but I got both mine at 50% off on an Amazon daily deal so watch out for a bargain there too. Although we moved up out of the smaller one at 7 months as it was too small x
Our little man slept in his until past 8 months (and he's 91st centile for height and weight so not exactly small). We just moved him out of it and didn't have any problems... at 9.5 months though he still doesn't roll in his sleep which I think is due to sleeping in this for so long!
Posted 26th Mar 2016Posted 26th Mar 2016
New Sleepyhead deluxe sleep pod £75.65 with code @ NCT£75.65
Great price for a Sleepyhead pod, have been looking for ages but never seems to be under £99. NCT have it on sale for £89, use code EASTER15 to make it £75.65! I know this will ge… Read more
Hi montymoo, they have offers on selected warehouse items every now and then, there was one on last week, may still be on? It was posted on here. To test it, put a sleepyhead in your trolley and go to checkout and see if it deducts 20%. Hope ur works for you
hi, how do you get 20% off the amazon warehouse deals? thanks x
I got mine from Amazon warehouse, when it arrived the packaging was a bit dusty so I called them up to tell them and they refunded me 15% just like that. Worked out about £67 as there was 20% off amazon warehouse items at that time, like there is now. Might help someone. My baby is five weeks now and I like it. I don't love it as my baby likes to sleep on her side
Wow I've never seen it lower than the rrp great find for people looking to buy it.
Posted 25th Mar 2016Posted 25th Mar 2016
Sleepyhead Grand Baby Pod, Pristine White, 8-36 months£118.15
Amazon currently at £148. NCT shop selling at £139 but use promo code EASTER15 for an extra 15% off
Hey everyone! Just a bit of a way of feedback!! My girlfriend loves the pillow.. she was using the cushion last night and said it was the best sleep she's had in ages! Hope this does help someone! Cheers, Dave
my friend had back problem when she was pregnant and found using this pillow ( http://www.tesco.com/direct/summer-infant-rest-ez-pillow/208-3323.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=208-3323 ) helped.
:-) Ha you are more than welcome to tell this to my girlfriend.. she may argue differently! I guess each person is different.. she has a problem, and I looked for something that could fix it.. it may do nothing.. may be in the head.. but if it works and she sleeps better, and has less back pain.. then winner for me and her I guess!! Again, not saying this is for everyone.. we didn't need it until a few weeks ago, but seems she would needs something else to help! here's hoping it does :-)
Yep! She has been using a pillow for a couple of weeks.. but there seems to be a bit more than that needed for some, bit of back pain, and it helps you to not turn in the middle of the night. Hey.. i'm not expert.. but if my girlfriend says she needs something more :) then i'm not to argue! Plus how did people do without light, women voters and cheddar cheese... they just did :-) evolution and change isn't bad! Embrace it ;-)
My sister used one of these pillows which she bought from Amazon for under £13.[image missing]Hope that helps.
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Posted 10th Jul 2014Posted 10th Jul 2014
Baby Equipment 6 Months Rental - New @ NCT - from £26.95£26.95
Brilliant idea for those who don't want the expense of buying a brand name pram, only to get rid of it in 6 months once a stroller is more suitable, or a bigger carseat or crib is … Read more
I've done this. And ive done the research project that is mentioned Got 30 in NCT vouchers for doing so. Mine is a zapp xtra but it's not the new all together fold version which is annoying. But it did come as new, it's 100% covered for damages but the box costs £10 if you damage or loose it. I was told unless you deliberately damage it they aren't fussed, where else can you rent for £11 a month ey?
as described, items are 'like new' condition. they've been thorughly tested. if in an accident, the renter reports, then the carseat is taken out of circulation. just like with a dodgy car. i'm sure you've rented a car on holiday before?
great if you've got cash but no for me as I've always bought second hand and sold for more than I paid. I've seen some second hand stuff you wouldn't touch with a barge pole yuck! this system works out way too expensive for someone like myself. if I had the cash then I'd love to rent it as it'd mean I don't get stuck with a pushchair that's rubbish. great for those who can afford it I'd say
Prams - wicked idea but car seats is a big no no..... How would they know that it hasn't been in an accident.... No risks taken with my kids!
I wasn't being negative, but I would like to know how much I have to pay if the items got accidentally damaged etc, the lack of info on their own site sends alarm bells off immediately. For anyone to go ahead a rent anything without knowing this would be madness IMO. I have emailed them and will post up what I get. You say yourself "the problem with second hand prams is yes, they retain some equity, but i have found at the ones i've looked at on gumtree and preloved, people advertise them as 'hardly use' and when you actually see them they are quite beaten up." I'd expect a rented one would be just as beat up if not more so than a preowned one.
Posted 26th Dec 2013Posted 26th Dec 2013
NScessity 7inch Baby monitor with HD camera and infrared, 150m range £75 down from £199.99 @ NCT£75
Came across this baby monitor while browsing the NCT sale. With a 7inch screen and a HD camera it seems a bargain at this price. Free delivery. "The NScessity 7 inch HD camera m… Read more
One of the advantages our found the the "baby monitors" was that you could take them on holiday with you and monitor the baby whilst you were sitting in the next room (ie with no networking facilities). Can the dlink ones be used here or do they need to be hooked up to a router?
Barely seems worth saving £10 and then having to use your tablet/phone as the monitor?