Baby gadgets archive

  • Best baby gear for gadget-loving parents
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    Best baby gear for gadget-loving parents

    By 5 July 2012

    A baby can be the start of a whole new exciting shopping opportunity for the gadget-loving parent. If you can think of even the smallest niche in the child-rearing adventure that needs to be filled, then you can bet that there are at least 50 products...

  • "Bloom" light offers gentle wake-up call
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    "Bloom" light offers gentle wake-up call

    By 5 November 2008

    There's nothing worse than waking up in the morning, especially when you are little and it's cold and dark outside. The team at Kollstad has managed to create a light that will gently wake your kiddy up giving off more light as it opens like a flower....

  • Sprogs sport iPhone baby-gro
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    Sprogs sport iPhone baby-gro

    By 21 August 2008

    As bloggers have pointed out, this baby-gro is basically an Apple ad, and with the wearer being a cute little baby, it'll be all the more effective. But isn't it dinky? Available now for £12.95.

  • Car seats for under 12 become compulsory
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    Car seats for under 12 become compulsory

    By 18 September 2006

    From today, any child under the age of 12 or 4ft 5in (135cm) in height will have to be in a car seat when travelling in a car in the UK. Put as simple and unconfusing as possible it means the following: a) If your child is under 12 and is shorter than...

  • Car seat law still confusing parents
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    Car seat law still confusing parents

    By 16 August 2006

    Motorists are confused about changes to laws affecting child seats, according to a new report. Tougher legislation, which will force drivers to place children up to the age of 12 or of a height below 135cm in appropriate seats or boosters, are fully understood...

  • Tomy Freestyle cool baby carrier review
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    Tomy Freestyle cool baby carrier review

    By 20 May 2006

    While buggies and prams are good for getting baby around safely when it comes to mobility they can get in the way a bit. Take the Bugaboo Cameleon for example. Brilliant, but it’s the size of a small truck. So what's the alternative? Well one option...