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“Helix Flexible Ruler”

published 12/12/2015

AdvantagesVery affordable, bright colours.

DisadvantagesPoor font quality makes reading numbers difficult.

...First impressions As a child one thing that you had to look after was your ruler. They were hard to come by because I found that a lot of them got stolen, so I had to keep my eyes open and watch my ruler like a hawk! Having a brightly coloured one would be an advantage, so I knew who had my ruler if it went missing. The Helix range of Flexible Rulers are all brightly coloured, and I wouldn...

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“Good Vibrations”

published 02/07/2013

AdvantagesBright colourful, well made and very effective teether

DisadvantagesNONE

...My daughter has really suffered whilst teething and we have tried a multitude of different teething remedies and teethers with varying levels of success. The most recent addition to our arsenal being the Infantino Vibrating teether. We got ours from Amazon for £9.99. It is suitable from 3 months plus. It is very bright and colourful and such an attractive design for a teether- resembling...

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“OBABY Vibrate & Bounce”

published 04/01/2012

AdvantagesGood price, vibrates, cleans well

Disadvantagessome difficulty putting together

...I bought the OBABY vibrating chair for my som when he was a young baby as I wanted somewhere that he could sit comfortably during the day whilst awake. I liked the idea of a vibrating chair as I thought that this feature would be soothing for baby - particularly when newborn and used to life in the womb. I was also surprised at the price of chairs similar to this that were on the market and didn...

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