- Prams, Buggies, Car seats
- Cots, Cot-beds, Furniture
- Bath Time, Bed Time
- Highchairs, Feeding
- Walkers, Bouncers, Swings, Toys
- Stair gates, Play Pens, Monitors
- Boys/Girls Clothing, Costumes
Judith from Uxbridge
I just wanted to write to you to confirm that the Silver Cross buggy and car seat arrived on Friday.
My step-daughter is absolutely delighted with them.
The parcels arrived safely within the timeframe, it was great that she was able to track them during the delivery process.
Many thanks to you and your team, each person I spoke to on the phone including yourself were very knowledgeable and helpful, the entire customer service experience was excellent.
Thank you to you and please also pass on my gratitude to your colleagues.
I will have no hesitation in recommending you and your company to friends and family in the future.
Anna from Lurgan
I've just received my order. The delivery was very quick as I ordered it yesterday. Everything is in good condition so I'm very happy with your service.
Example of a customer's payment plan order.
Baby due in 5 months.
Mrs Wright has ordered a Venicci Pram at £700.
Payment plan option was chosen and a 20% (£140) deposit was charged.
We contacted Mrs Wright within 24 hours and agreed a suitable payment structure.
For each of the next 4 months
Mrs Wrights credit card was charged £140.
Total Paid £700
When the Final payment was paid we shipped order out to the customer in time for the baby being born.
Mrs Wright was able to view all of her payments made and order details though her online account.
Baby Check List - What do I need to buy for my newborn?
What pram should I buy for my baby? Recommendations & check list for best baby equipment.
Spend some time looking on our website at what's needed for your baby. Think about what will suit you best before you make a choice, and ask other mums what they've found useful. Refer to this list to easily track what you will need. We have seperated this extensive list across four pages.
Out & About
Out & About
Pushchairs are suitable for young babies if they have fully reclining seats so the baby can lie flat. Wait until your baby can sit up before using another type of pushchair. Consider the pushchair's weight if you use public transport, as you might have to lift it onto trains or buses.
Prams give your baby a lot of space to sit and lie comfortably, but unlike pushchairs, they take up a lot of space and are hard to use on public transport.
A carrycot is a light, portable cot with handles, similar to but smaller than the body of a pram and often attachable to a wheeled frame. Your baby can sleep in the carrycot for the first few months, and the cot can be attached to the frame to go out. Most modern carrycots can also be taken in a car with appropriate restraints, please check on the relevant product page that it's compatible.
If you’ve got a car, you must have a car seat, also called a safety restraint. Your baby must always go in their seat, including when you bring them home from the hospital. It’s illegal and very dangerous to carry your baby in your arms in a vehicle. For safety the carseats are usually fit with a 5 point harness.
The best way for your baby to travel is in a rear-facing infant car seat either on the front or back seat. This is held in place by the adult safety belt, or an ISO-FIX base. It is advisible not to place a rear-facing infant care seat in the front passenger seat if your car is fitted with an air bag. Extra features include seat recline, cushions and side impact protection.
Baby carriers (also called slings) are attached with straps and your baby is carried in front of you. Most babies like being carried like this because they’re close to you and warm.
The back part of the carrier must be high enough to support your baby’s head. Check that buckles and straps are secure.
Older babies who can hold up their heads and whose backs are stronger (at about four months) can be carried in carriers that go on your back.
Pram accessories are all the miscellaneous products you will need when out & about with your baby.
Raincovers provide UV and rain protection. Some of the raincovers are universal (fit most types of prams), while some are included with a specific make to fit.
Baby changing bags provide storage for all the things you will need for your baby, like bottles or changing mats. In most cases the changing mat is included with the bag.
Footmuffs make sure that your baby does not get cold and provide extra comfort.
We offer more accessories such as toys, parasols, insect nests, pram hooks, pram sheets, sun shades, visors and traveling bags.
Ride on boards (or buggy boards) are used to convert your pushchair or pram easily into a carrier for your second child. It's very cheap and requires little effort to mount. They clip onto the back of the frame for your child to stand or sit on, and are ideal for toddlers who are old enough to walk. They work as a secure platform for children who want to take a rest from walking.
There are a lot of boards that feature a non slip standing surface ensures your toddler will feel safe and secure when riding. Some provide a universal design fits most models of pram/buggy/pushchair.
Rear View Mirrors help make it easy to keep your eyes on the road while still being able to check on your little ones in the back seat, without the need of re-adjusting your main mirror.
It easily attaches to windscreen with sturdy suction cap. They are easily removed when not in use.
As a general rule of safety, always ensure children are properly harnessed into appropriate restraints while in a vehicle.
Our recommendations: Dreambaby
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