mothercare harness and walking rein - tweet
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Saza from Toddlers reins With an energetic 16 month old grandchild these reins are a must. They are well made and fit comfortably and keep the little one safe , which is paramount
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smile from Brilliant I bought these as my daughter is a clumber, she climes out of all high chairs. These reins come with clips that you can attach to highchairs arms by threading them back on to themselves. They also have a long strap to hold while walking (sadly I've lost this). The clips are stiff but they work.
Date published: 2018-03-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Very handy product! Such a great product. Simple to use and multi functional due to the fact that you can use it to help with walking toddlers and children, as well as using it to add security in high chairs and pushchairs for those little Houdinis! They have a good adjustment which is great as my 1 year old walking toddler is very small so needed something that could adjust to a small size. It also adjusts to a big size for those older children and cuddly toddlers. My daughter was very happy wearing these reins walking around. They’re not bulky on uncomfortable so I am able to leave them on to put her back in the pram when she’s tired without it being uncomfortable which makes it easier for when she wants to walk again as I don’t need to put the rains back on again.
Date published: 2019-05-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by Adrian from Terrible instructions that don't match the product Bought these as a basic rein but actually their pretty useless. The rein part is a loop that's far too small to be useful, and the instructions show a longer version with a looped handle that bears no relation to the product. Looking online now I wish I'd shopped around.
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mojopo from Very difficult to open clip I bought these reins, 2 days ago, for my granddaughter who is just learning to walk. I thought they would be ideal as she hates being tied into anything and they were not too bulky. The buckles were inside the packaging so it was impossible to try them without opening it. Once out of the packaging I found I could not open the buckles at all, they were too stiff to depress and pull apart. My daughter also struggled to open them. Unfortunately I had torn the packaging whilst removing the reins. I took them back to mothercare yesterday to explain the problem. The young girls admitted the buckles were a bit stiff but managed to open them. They thought it was so that the baby could not undo them. As the buckles were at the back, the baby wouldn't have been able to reach the buckles let alone open them. They refused to give me my money back because I had damaged the packaging and their perception was that there was nothing wrong with the reins. I would not have recommended these reins even if they had allowed me to buy a replacement because the buckles are a poor design. I've opened many similar buckles with no problem. I would not recommend this for grandparents. Trying to open the buckles whilst the reins are on the child would be even more difficult than opening them in the first place.
Date published: 2018-02-03
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how long are the reins?
Hi The waist band is 38-70 cm. The wrist strap is 10-18cm. I hoep this helps.
Date published: 2019-10-09
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