Best Travel Product Over £30

Best Travel Product Over £30

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These Car Shades are manufactured in the UK and are made to fit your car make and model exactly. You can open your windows easily without removing them. They are easy to fit, they keep kids and pets cool, they block out bugs, add an extra level of security, they feature UV protection and anti-glare and they are alternative to window tints.


Baa Baby's sheepskin Pram Style Liners are hand cut from a single fleece of luxurious New Zealand merino sheepskin, making a snuggly soft addition for your buggy, pram or carrycot.


The Apramo Flippa is the perfect travel companion for when you're out and about with your little one. It can be safely attached to almost any chair whether you're in a restaurant or visiting friends.The seat has a supportive back a fully adjustable harness and a large tray that is ideal for dinner and play time, and can easily be removed so baby can come closer to the table.


The Seat to Sleep® Travel Nest is designed to adapt adult plane seats into a comfy, safe space for children by supporting the head and neck, as well as padding hard arm rests. Practical and stylish, the stunning 'Space Adventure' print has been designed exclusively for us by an award-winning children's illustrator.

Babynomade is an ergonomic, preshaped blanket designed to bundle baby up quickly and easily. So convenient wherever you go, it adapts to fit baby from day one.

Chairy is the only high chair that can be used as a standard booster seat (0-36 m) and as a first chair (12-36 m). It evolves following your baby's growth thanks to the adjustable height and the removable tray and belts.

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