Babymoov Sport Style Maternity Baby Changing Bag

from Babymoov
RRP  £64.99

by motherandbaby |
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Babymoov’s Sport Style Maternity Bag has lots of space, with good-sized pockets and lots of extra bits and pieces. It comes with a ‘wipe cover’, a removable dummy cover, an isotherm cover and a changing mat. The neutral colour is a great unisex option and the bag comes with a lifetime guarantee.

It is, however, big, bulky and heavy – and that's without stuff in it. It's best used for day trips or an overnight stays as opposed to an everyday changing bag (unless you prefer to take lots of things with you when you’re on the move). It’s not particularly fashionable and doesn’t fit comfortably on the back of a pushchair.

The bag will not be every parent’s lifestyle choice but it is great quality and good value for money too.

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Product Information

  • large format detachable nappy-changing case,

  • insulated cover,

  • cover wipes,

  • dummy cover,

  • transparent pocket,

  • fleece cover,

  • universal stroller strap to fix on a pushchair

  • many storage areas and pockets

  • large format, large opening

  • option of using the shoulder strap on the nappy-changing pad and isotherm cover.

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