Amazon’s Overstock Outlet has loads of bargains – here are the 6 best deals we’ve found

Amazon’s Overstock Outlet

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Did you know Amazon has an Overstock Outlet? No, neither did we – but we’ve just discovered it and it’s full of products at rock-bottom prices, so we wanted to share these bargains with you.

As you know, you can buy pretty much anything on Amazon these days, and most of our essential baby equipment is available to buy online. Which is super helpful at the moment, given we’re not popping to the shops as often.

There are loads of discounts to be had, on all sorts of categories – including home, fashion, beauty, tech, and more – but we’ve just checked out the baby gear for you. Here are the 6 best deals we’ve found today - but click through to browse and see what else you can find:

We love aden u0026 anais swaddles, but we know they’re not the cheapest. These are great all-purpose muslins that are big enough to swaddle your baby, to act as a lightweight blanket, or a breastfeeding cover if you so wish.

Perfect for teething babies who need something to chomp down hard on to, or just to play with, this Nuby chain has different textures and surfaces for those little teeth to get into. The little characters are cute and it’s easy to clean with soap and water.

A perfect crockery set for your weaning baby, ideal for helping your little one to learn about cutlery and to feel happy with their own set. The plate is super cheery with a big smile; the set includes a suction plate, cup, and fork and spoon. It’s also available in pink (but that set costs a bit more).

An extra-large size travel cot that will suit you on your travels, whether you’re off on holiday or staying over at Gran’s house. It features wheels to make it easy to move around, and it’s pretty easy to fold up and store away. The mattress isn’t great, though, according to our testers.

Our mum tester Corinne Hills, mum to Arthur, 14 months, said: ‘Basic but sturdy, and easy to assemble and fold away. Standard cot bedding fits, but the mattress is thin, so we had to pad it out with blankets.’

Read our full review of the BabyDan Travel Cot here

There’s never any harm having a spare pack of cot bed sheets in the cupboard for when those inevitable accidents happen, either during toilet training or sickness. The pack includes one blue sheet and one white with stars, in a brushed cotton for softness against your little one’s skin.

There’s a great price on this Baby Jogger pushchair, which is really manoeuvrable and lightweight. You can buy a carrycot separately if you want to use this from birth. It features Baby Jogger’s signature one-handed folding mechanism – ideal for busy parents juggling shopping, a toddler, a phone, car keys, and a pushchair all at once.

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