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“Gro egg”

published 18/02/2015

AdvantagesTells temperature in 2 ways

DisadvantagesNot big or bright enough to be a nightlight

...Gro egg I paid £13.50 off amazon as its on offer the usual price is £21.95 I wanted a product to easily show me the temperature of my babies room at a quick glance. A Gro egg changes colour depending on the temperature of the room:- Blue is too cold under 16 degrees Yellow is 16-20 degrees and the recommended room temperature Orange is warm 21-24 degrees Red too warm over 24 degrees It also...

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“Zip and Gro!”

published 10/02/2011

AdvantagesLess risk than using blankets, more convenient than blankets

DisadvantagesExpensive brand of baby sleeping bag

...with a thermometer so you know the temperature of your nursery. ***Price and Availability*** Grobags retail at around £27 for a 2.5 tog product. They are sold retailers such as Mothercare and John Lewis and sold online directly from Gro. Gro bags are more expensive than other similar baby sleeping bag products. In terms of functionability and quality they are very similar to cheaper products the only...

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AdvantagesLightweight and space saving, feeds plants, may help reduce watering, peat free

DisadvantagesNeeds careful mixing before use for best results, costs more than other compost

...I used to buy Miracle Gro concentrated compost quite often when all my gardening was done in a few pots. I only needed a small amount so I loved the fact I could pop into Woollies on my lunch break, pick up a couple of ridiculously light bags of compost, and stick them in my shopper bag. You can't do that with normal compost - unless you have a very large shoulder bag of course! When I got...

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