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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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Good

“Percy goes sunbathing”

published 11/02/2013

Advantagesreally the only starter unit readily available in stores

Disadvantagesfirst one broke, clips are quite weak and breakable

...for something I could plug it into in the reptile section to no avail. Upon asking a member of staff they directed me to the fish section and pulled out the Interpet Convertagear Aquarium Lighting Starter Unit. I flinched a little at the price coming in at £36 but reminded myself that, in theory, I won't need to buy another one for a good few years. It still hurt a lot! You can get them online starting at £21...

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Excellent

“Motors on a ball run”

published 13/09/2016

Advantagesdurable , balls contained

Disadvantageswand

...school ~Age suitability , safety 2 years and over , although as long as you supervise I imagine safe for a younger child, The balls are not likely to come out of the ball maze so your child will not swallow them. The one we have at work has not got any wooden splinters, No sharp or pointy pieces. So yes I would judge this as a safe toy. >Size This Hape mighty Motors ball maze is square 24.4 x 2.1 x...

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