18 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
MUMS and dads may want to head down to Lidl as the discounter is launching a “baby essentials” sale starting this Sunday July 21.
Cots, monitors, blankets and thermometers will all be discounted by up to 58 per cent.
Head to Lidl for up to 58 per cent percent off baby essentials
Deals include items from well-known brands such as Tommee Tippee, Galt and Motorola.
The event is part of the discounter’s “Middle of Lidl” promotions, so items will only be available while stocks last.
You can browse all the items in the sale on the Lidl website, but if you want to buy anything you’ll need to head to your nearest Lidl store.
There are over 700 Lidls across the UK and you can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
Here’s our pick of some of the best deals on offer.
Motorola video baby monitor
Was £139.99, now £79.99 – save £60 (43 per cent)
Save £60 on this award-winning video baby monitor
This video monitor features wireless 2.4 GHz FHSS technology for a reliable connection, better range and less chance of a dropped signal.
The 3.5″ colour screen shows real time video and sound in your baby’s room and allows you to remotely pan, tilt, and zoom the video image as needed.
It also has infrared night vision for keeping an eye on things without disturbing your baby.
It can even play five different lullabies and the two-way communication allows you to speak or sing to your baby with a range of up to 300 metres.
The deal at Lidl is the best we could find. In comparison, Motorola is selling the exact same camera for £108.97 via Amazon – almost £30 more than at Lidl.
At Boots, the camera would set you back £115.99.
My Babiie Travel Cot
Was £59.99, now £24.99 – save £35 (58 per cent)
Save 58 per cent on this travel cost at Lidl from this Sunday July 21
This cot is exclusively designed for Lidl by celebrity mum Billy Faiers, who first shot to fame on the reality TV show the Only Way is Essex.
It is promises to be simple to assemble and take down making it the perfect choice for holidays, visiting family or for your own home.
The cot is suitable from birth to a maximum 15kg and measures 120cm x 60cm x 78cm when assembled.
As the cot is designed exclusively for Lidl you won’t get it find it elsewhere.
But a similar cot on the My Babiie website costs £49.99. While the closest similar cot we could find was £28.99 at Argos, making Lidl’s the cheapest we could find online.
Lidl is also selling a My Babiie Stroller for £49.99, saving 44 per cent from the £89.99 recommended retail price (RRP).
As well as a My Babiie high chair for £49.99 saving 29 per cent on the £69.99 RRP.
Tommee Tippee Digital Bath and Room Thermometer
Was £19.29, now £9.99 – save £9.30 (48 per cent)
There are loads of great discounts on Tommee Tippee healthcare accessories
This thermometer measures room and water temperature fast to help you keep babies comfortable during bed and bath time.
There’s a helpful LED indicator when the bathwater is too hot.
Lidl’s therometer was the cheapest price we could find online, and the same thermometer was £14 on Amazon and £16.99 at Argos.
There’s loads of other Tommee Tippee products in the Lidl sale too, including a steriliser, a healthcare kit, and heat sensing spoons.
Galt Jungle Play Nest
Was £29.99, now £17.99 – save £12 (40 per cent)
Save £12 on this interactive play area from Galt
This interactive jungle-themed play area comes with eight multi-sensory features incorporated in the activities around the nest to stimulate touch, vision and hearing.
The fabric-covered, inflatable ring provides support when sitting and is machine washable.
We couldn’t find the jungle playnest for sale anywhere else online, but you can get an extremely similar farm-themed one at Amazon.
Its version is currently on sale for £19.95 making it more expensive than Lidl’s option.
Summer Infant Slumber Buddies Nightlight
Was £19.99, now £11.99 – save £8 (40 per cent)
Get a gorgeous nightlight at Lidl with a whopping 40 per cent off
This plush bedtime teddy creates a calming, magical starry sky display and plays a selection of soothing sounds.
You can choose from a blue hippo, a pink butterfly or a grey elephant.
It comes with an automatic timer, so you can set it to shut off after 15, 30 or 45 minutes.
The hippo night light is also available on Amazon for £12.95, which is slightly more expensive than the Lidl version.
At Asda, you’d have to pay £14.99 and Argos is charging the full £19.99.
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