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Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Microwave Steriliser 09/12/2011

Inexpensive and easy to use!

Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Microwave Steriliser I bought the Tommee Tippee Microwave Steriliser as I had decided against the expense of an electric steriliser as I am breast feeding my son, and just needed something to sterilise teethers, toys, breast shells, oral syringes and the occasional bottle for expressed milk. It was an excellent value bit of kit! I paid £10 for it on special offer at Asda. I think the RRP is around £20. Included in the box is: 1x Steriliser with bottle rack 1x Teat tongs 1x 150ml Closer to Nature Bottle with Slow Flow teat 1x 0-3 month Orthadontic soother/dummy It is really easy to use , simply insert the bottle rack, insert bottles, teats, lids (up to 4 bottles), toys, breast shells etc, add 100ml of cold water, put the lid on and microwave for between 4-8 minutes. The time it takes in the microwave varies depending on the power of your microwave: 8 mins for 600w, 6 mins for 800w and 4 mins for 1000w. Once the microwave has finished leave for 3 minutes to cool a little before removing the lid. The contents will remain sterile for 24 hours with the lid on once the unit has been sterilised. It is very easy to clean, the bottle rack just sits inside so you can just tip it out. The cleaning instructions indicate it should be cleaned ideally with hot, soapy water or in a household dishwasher on the top shelf. You should not use bleach to clean this product. The lid is easy to put on and take off, it simply clips into place at each side with 2 buttons, which you press to remove the lid again. The ...

Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo 09/12/2011

Great fun for babies!

Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo We purchased a Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo as it was highly recommended by a friend that had bought one for her child - we have not been disappointed! The Jumperoo is desgined to be an activity centre and bouncer for babies who can hold their own head up straight but cannot yet walk or climb out of it. It consists of a circular base made from metal tubing with 3 vertical supports, from which the white moulded activity seat is hung from by 3 strong metal springs. The construction of this is very straight forward and the Jumperoo comes with easy to follow instructions. Once you have put this together you then clip on the thick fabric seat (designed like a frog!) which is easy to attach and it very secure giving you the confidence your baby will be safe once in the Jumperoo. The seat sits on wheels within the frame so that the baby can turn around to access all of the toys. It comes with a selection of toys which clip into the activity seat these are: A spinning rattly lizard with beads inside, a colourful spinning wheel, a spinning sunshine in a round ball with a pop-up tiger underneath, a battery operated (4xAA) toy with a dangling monkey and parrot, an elephant that turns around which plays music and has flashing lights, a dangly bee to pull and 2 overhead soft toys to bat at which are a parrot and a frog. When baby bashes the seat elephant and monkey noises sound. They batteries seem to last quite a long time in this - I have not had to change them yet. The activity ...

Tommee Tippee Sangenic Hygiene Plus Advanced Nappy Disposal System 09/12/2011

Keeps odours at bay but expensive to refill

Tommee Tippee Sangenic Hygiene Plus Advanced Nappy Disposal System I purchased the Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal System before the birth of my son who is my first child. I chose to buy it as I was attracted by a special offer to buy the bin itself for £12 and a pack of 3 refills for a further £8. The system itself comprises of a white plastic bin with a lid and plunger, in which you put a "cassette" containing a plastic, fragranced film wrapping. You tie a knot in the film wrapping which clips into the inside of the top of the bin and it is ready to use! The system is designed to dispose of soiled nappies, wipes, cotton wool etc easily and at the same time to eliminate as much of the odour as possible once the nappy is inside the bin. To use you place the soiled nappy and any wipes etc into the top of the bin and push in so that it is gripped in the claw-like inner rim of the bin. You then turn the handle on the top of the inside of the bin which wraps the plastic film around the nappy. Then close the lid and push the plunger down, which puts the nappy inside of the bin and creates another space for the next nappy you will be disposing of. Once the bin is full you simply take the top off of the bin, tie a knot in the wrapping film, use the internal cutter to cut the film off the cassette, and empty the bin out. The way that the system works means that you then have one continous piece of film with the nappies individually twisted in it (looks like a string of sausages). You then tie a knot in the film, clip it to the hook inside ...
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