WIN a Nuna CUDL carrier

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You can't hold your baby all the time. Even though you may want to. The Nuna CUDLmakes it easy to keep your little one close and secure, all while keeping your hands free. Keep your baby facing in and snuggled up starting with an integrated infant booster for newborns, which then easily unzips as your child grows. And when they want to explore the world, have them face out or switch to backpack mode for growing toddlers.

Suitable from newborn to 3 years (8-35 lbs), the Nuna CUDL is full of clever components such as adjustable shoulder straps and a waist belt to provide all-over comfort while evenly distributing your baby's weight. Magnetic buckles ensure an easy and secure attachment while the integrated infant booster is included for use with babies less than 4 months so there's no extra purchase necessary.

Enter below for your chance to win:

Terms and Conditions:

1. The prize draw closes on the 12th September at 9am, any entries submitted after this time will not be valid or counted.
2. This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 and over.
3. There are 2 Nuna CUDL 4 position carriers to be won (RRP £150).
4. There are 2 winners that will be drawn at random from all valid and correctly answered entries after the closing date and notified by email and have 14 days to respond before an alternative winner is chosen.
5. This prize may be offered in a limited number of other promotions.
6. Only one entry per person will be counted.
7. No purchase is necessary. To enter for free visit
8. Full terms and conditions can be found at

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