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Why would you buy a Jojomanambebe magic mitten???????

(74 Posts)
ToddleWaddle Fri 13-Sep-13 22:27:49

I know they sell lots of useless products but really???
And so expensive!!

ceeveebee Fri 13-Sep-13 22:28:25

What is it?

ToddleWaddle Fri 13-Sep-13 22:30:29

Sorry- link
http://www.jojomamanbebe.co.uk/sp+magic-mitten-soother+B1880

ToddleWaddle Fri 13-Sep-13 22:30:42

[snort] at one of the "magical sounds" being "rain on a tin roof"!

SomethingOnce Fri 13-Sep-13 22:33:25

40 quid's worth of ridiculous.

ceeveebee Fri 13-Sep-13 22:37:27

What a pile of crap!

vtechjazz Fri 13-Sep-13 22:37:38

I've got one....its called my FUCKING MOUTH, and my magic sounds are shushing and singing.

nennypops Fri 13-Sep-13 22:38:45

Oh, for goodness sake. If you want something like that, there are free phone and computer apps.

ToddleWaddle Fri 13-Sep-13 22:40:44

Mind you you could save up for this absolute necessity

http://www.jojomamanbebe.co.uk/sp+beaba-babycook-duo-in-weaning-and-mealtimes+b1267

ToddleWaddle Fri 13-Sep-13 22:41:19
Graceparkhill Fri 13-Sep-13 22:41:52

Words fail me.

WestieMamma Fri 13-Sep-13 22:41:59

It looks like a scouring pad shock

That is a great thing if you want to train your baby/toddler/child to not be able to relax or settle if there is any noise around.

Like my friends little niece. She could not nap at all if there was ANY noise in the house, at all. The entire family had to sit and read in silence during her midday 2 hour nap. And the same after she had gone to bed in the evening. That is what a white noise device did to her.

Happiestinwellybobs Fri 13-Sep-13 22:44:16

I saw it and thought - oh £4 of silliness, then blinked.. £40!!!!!! Seriously !!

mrspremise Sat 14-Sep-13 04:46:43

confused shock hmm What the actual fuck is the point of that? How much of a twat would you look using that! blush

PuddingAndHotMilk Sat 14-Sep-13 05:18:57

I'd suggest this is a better option.

meganorks Sat 14-Sep-13 05:22:09

I imagine someone who is desperate to try anything to settle their baby for whom money isn't a major issue. You'd have to ne very desperate though. And how would you even find such a thing existed?!

Catsize Sat 14-Sep-13 05:32:35

I would probably have bought one. As someone said, desperation. My baby fed, slept (occasionally) and cried. Few nice inbetween bits. Liked the review though from the lady who bought one for her husband!

CustardOmlet Sat 14-Sep-13 05:55:29

Pudding Ewan has been my savour! DS doesn't need it anymore, but it has become his bear to cuddle at night. I love it!

Euphemia Sat 14-Sep-13 06:39:15

the first ever handheld baby calming aid

How has it taken humankind so long to come up with this vital innovation?! Get us, wasting our time with our combustion engines, water purifying systems and medical breakthroughs!

It's also "highly portable"! These people are geniuses, seriously.

grin

Maggietess Sat 14-Sep-13 06:46:23

I was all set to be scathing... Then my inner gadget gollum said "oooh but it's new and spangly and a baby whisperer, buy it my precious" grin. I don't even have a tiny baby wink. I'm such a sucker for techno crap! grin

mamaabc Sat 14-Sep-13 06:50:19

Vtechjazz... "i've got one.... It's called an f%£&@%g mouth!!!!" Am crying with laughter at this reply!!!!

Where is the like button!!!!

Classic absolute classic

pigletmania Sat 14-Sep-13 09:39:50

Vetch too true, what a pike of expensive crap

pigletmania Sat 14-Sep-13 09:41:13

What did parents do before all this crap that's right used their erm skills like vetch grin

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