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“A failing starter set”

published 21/03/2016

AdvantagesGood price

DisadvantagesBottles leaked, soother marked my daughter

...Before Erin was born we were given an Avent steriliser so because of that, we chose to start with Avent bottles. As I didn't really know what to buy at the time, I went with the Avent Newborn Starter Set, figuring it would have everything I would need. Availability Currently (March 206) Amazon have three different version of this product with the prices £13.70, £15 and £18.20. I have...

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Excellent

AdvantagesContains everything you need to get you started

DisadvantagesOnly one dummy!

...Although I tried to breastfeed, it just didn't seem to work so I turned to bottle feeding. One of the items I purchased was the Avent Newborn Starter Kit. *****Price & Availability******* The set retails for around £20 depending on where you look, it is widely available in baby specialist such as Mothercare, Boots and Toys R Us, supermarkets and online at Amazon. Although the RRP may seem...

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Excellent

“Super Starter Set!”

published 30/01/2013

AdvantagesGreat value for money, soft bristles, easy to use, multi purpose

DisadvantagesEyeliner brush

...I have been into makeup for many years now and although I own many different make up brushes I still continue to add them to my collection. My most recent purchase was this 'Real Techniques starter brush set' which is a selection of brushes designed to apply eye make up. Real techniques brushes are designed by Samantha Chapman, who along with her sister do makeup tutorials on YouTube. I had only...

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