Is anyone buying one of these ?

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  1. CLH_X3

    CLH_X3 Love my two babies!

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    Toria09 Well-Known Member

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    I think my sister has bought me one from argos but it's not that brand

    I think it will be a useful thing to have around
     
  3. Ew68j5

    Ew68j5 Well-Known Member

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    I haven't got one but think I will - my sister suggested it was useful when she had her baby. That one looks good, thanks for the link!
     
  4. BabiNo2

    BabiNo2 Well-Known Member

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    I have the TT one yes, bought in when on offer at the asda baby event.
     
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    Londonbump81 Well-Known Member

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    DanniB8910 Well-Known Member

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    I'm getting one of these :)
     
  7. CLH_X3

    CLH_X3 Love my two babies!

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    how much did you all pay ? How much was it at the baby event?
     
  8. charlotteb24

    charlotteb24 Noah & William's Mummy

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    can see why it would be useful, but i doubt the thermometer would be much use as the under arm ones aren't fab as babies and toddlers don't keep still! but everything else would probably be fine :)
     
  9. pichi

    pichi TTC on hold

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    i bought one of these at the asda baby event. it's handy because you can keep other things in it like medicine spoon/syringe etc... in it too. i think i paid £7 back in Nov...
     
  10. natalieee

    natalieee Isabelle Louise 04/07/11

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    Ive been wondering wether to buy one too! Think i will now (Y)x
     
  11. BabiNo2

    BabiNo2 Well-Known Member

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    £10 but normally £15ish in shops, so your still making a saving off amazon :thumbup:
    They are really good, we had a similar one with DD and they are great!
     
  12. melissasbump

    melissasbump Well-Known Member

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    i was gonna buy one, but whilst out looking at them yesterday realised i wont probably use most of the things so am making my own "kit" up with bits. Thats a great price though!
     
  13. Shell999

    Shell999 Mummy to two under two!

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    I got mine in the asda baby event 'sale' £5
    they sell items off at the end of each 4 week event- well worth a look! Xx
     
  14. sparky32

    sparky32 Mum of 1 and an Angel xx

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    I bought one of these yesterday & i paid £10 xxx
     
  15. leahsbabybump

    leahsbabybump Mummy to 3

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    i habent got that exact set but i have all whats inside it
    i allready had thermometer as i allready have a son
    i bought the brush and comb and nail clipper set from poundland lol
    i bought the nasal aspirator from boots
     
  16. MrsKTB

    MrsKTB Mummy to Henry

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    MIL has brought us one, when ASDA had its last baby event...it looks pretty good! x
     
  17. alasia

    alasia Well-Known Member

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    They're not worth buying, IMO.

    It's much easier to bite baby's nails short when needed rather than using scissors, because as manky as it sounds to do that (lol), babies' nails are very soft anyway and it's much easier to gauge how close you are to your baby's fingertip with your own mouth rather than with scissors.

    They don't need their hair brushing or combing - as even if they are born with hair, it's usually soft and fine and looks super-cute sticking up anyway, it won't get tangled - plus they tend to rub off a patch of their hair at the back and end up with a bald patch. This is normal and comes from laying down etc., and will grow back by about 6 months.

    Ear thermometers are much better than under-arm ones and I can't see any reason why a nail file would be useful for a baby :wacko:
     
  18. Lauki

    Lauki Mummy and newly pregnant!

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    I got one too from the baby event at Asda. I think it's very handy to have!
     
  19. MummyinJune

    MummyinJune Well-Known Member

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    I got one from a person at my work when i left.. if she hadnt of got me it i would have prob got it myself i think it will be handy :) xx
     
  20. sophie22

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    im goingt o get something similar, i may just but things seperate though, like the nail scissors and brush. i want one of those ear thermometers though, i have one of those type already and they are rubbish x
     

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