Momymoo Mono Baby Changing Bag

from Momymoo
RRP  £50.00

by motherandbaby |
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Mommymoo’s Mono changing bag is lovely, with lots of practical pockets and added extras, including a nicely padded changing mat.

It is designed to look just like a handbag and is very stylish but not that big. The side insulated pockets are a little narrow and do not fit bigger feeding bottles or sippy cups, and could also do with a fastener to prevent things from falling out. The carry handles are a little uncomfortable, sitting right in your armpit and the shoulder strap needs more padding but it fits easily over a pushchair handle with clips to secure it in place. The bag wipes clean easily and is a great alternative to a more typical changing bag – good value for money!

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Product Information

  • Designed for day to day use in a strong yet light weight fabric

  • Two full length zipped external pockets

  • One main internal compartment with a large Velcro pocket so you can organise all your things.

  • 3 internal pockets (2 of them elasticated) for baby food & snacks

  • One internal zipped pocket

  • Two insulated external side pockets for baby bottles and Sippy cups. Keeps them warm or cool.

  • Includes a padded shaped change mat to make is easy to identify which side the head always rests on and a handy pouch with a draw string closure

  • Attaches to the pram with quick-release universal pram clips

  • Soft padded handles and over the shoulder/body strap

  • Can be used as a messenger bag, handbag or over the shoulder.

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