Hi guys!x I’m fairly new to online posting and didn’t really know what to write to be honest. Anyway I thought my first post should be to share a tip that someone gave me littledevilsdirect. My friend put me onto this company a year or two ago when she bought herself a nursing chair as she kept going on about how much money saved and insisted that I checked it out.
Although they don’t seem to stock a huge range of products all of their prices were great. I fell in love with one of their pushchairs, it came with pretty much bells and whistles hehehe and the colour schemes were soooo cute too. I reminded me of the Bugaboo Chameleon yet a whole lot cheaper.
It was delivered the very next day and I can say with all honesty that I am over the moon. It was easy to put together, the car seat & carrycot effortless to take on and off, and the folding mechanism simple and easy to use. It looks really cute, and the quality is fantastic too… more importantly the price was really cheap considering the extras that come with it (£300).
I don’t usually go out my way to promote companies but I think we could all do with saving ourselves a couple of pounds during these hard times. Let’s hope that they increase their product range as they’ve hit the nail on the head in regards to pricing and quality. I would recommend any new mum or mum to be, to check out their website
Please let me know what you think. I bought the black and silver Matrix Elite and wouldn’t mind hearing your thoughts. I also think we should also share any other website tips that could save us money.
Also I feel this company deserve a Gold Star for Customer Service
Sarah (the newbie)
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Joined: 03 Feb 2009 00:24 Posts: 6139 Location: Windsor, Berkshire
The prices are astonishingly high, considering that they allegedly are trying to save you money on rediculously overpriced RRP's anyway! I'd definitlely stick to Kiddicare. I'm just about to buy a toddler bed, matress and a bedding set all for £100 and there's no delivery charge either! Now, THAT is cheap!
yikes!! Argos and kiddiecare for me as well. I live in the northeast of scotland and their delivery is normally within two days during the week, which is excellent for me. I think that price for a moses is extortionate personally and considering that baby is only in it for around three months, no way!!!!!
Joined: 14 Jan 2007 17:48 Posts: 25602 Location: Strathaven, Scotland
Can't fault kiddicare in the slightest Jess. I bought Jaidyn's pram in the April, under kiddicare guarantee for 12 months, handle broke the following May. Contacted them and explained that I hadn't used the pram until Jaidyn was born in the July, they collected, fixed and returned free of charge because I had only used it for 10 months, even though I'd bought it 13 months previously! Absolute fab company!
We've had a bit of a false start when it comes to weaning. We started earlier than the recommended six months in a bid to help combat separation anxiety and relieve exclusive breastfeeding, but it was soooo slow and then a vomiting bug and reluctance for food took us right back to the beginning.