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Hot drinks holder to fit iCandy Cherry
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BB01 · 05/04/2013 15:20

Just as the above says! Any recommendations anyone? The iCandy one gets bad reviews and states it's not for hot drinks

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HariboAndWine · 05/04/2013 15:29

I may be missing something here but is it not dangerous to have hot drinks so close to your baby? Isn't that why it says its not suitable?

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Selba · 05/04/2013 15:41

HOT drinks???

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BB01 · 05/04/2013 16:02

Hi, I mean a hot drink in a metal insulated mug with a lid, and where I have seen it on other pushchairs, it has been behind where the baby sits and looks safe. Something like this:

www.quinny.com/accessories/cupholder/

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forevergreek · 05/04/2013 16:51

I don't think any are for hot drinks. Too dangerous near a baby.
They are for smoothies/ bottle of evian etc etc

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BB01 · 05/04/2013 17:14

The ones I have seen are fixed right on back of a forward facing pushchair and you'd have had to have done acrobatics to get drink on baby! The cup I have has a secure closing lid. There definitely are some designed for this. I need to Google it again when I get to a PC!!

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ditavonteesed · 05/04/2013 17:15

doesnt sound like a good idea tto me.

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MiaowTheCat · 05/04/2013 22:01

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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notfarmingatthemo · 05/04/2013 22:52

Its not the baby reaching it. It is if you go down a kerb the cup may fall out and land on baby (lid may also come of) Use one of these You can put it under the buggy or in your bag then when you stop and baby is out use one on the buggy if you need to put it down. YOU DO NOT WANT ANY CHANCE OF A BABY GETTING BURNT WHEN YOU ARE OUT AND ABOUT.

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BB01 · 06/04/2013 08:13

Hi, thanks but I know the risk people are referring to. As I said there was no way it could have fallen or spilt from the holder I saw which is precisely why I'm trying to find that one not a regular one. I appreciate the advice but don't need the shouting thank you

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BB01 · 06/04/2013 08:15

I'm presuming you never ever drink a hot drink in a baby's presence even if it is well out of baby's way? All these mums drinking coffee in caf├ęs must be drinking iced lattes Smile Smile

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MiaowTheCat · 06/04/2013 08:47

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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BB01 · 06/04/2013 10:20

Thanks v much miaow - useful to know about the Cherry frame. I'll have a look at that link once I get to a PC

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