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OS Chic Shopper club (ex Wally trolley) :)

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  • foreverskint
    foreverskint Posts: 1,009 Forumite
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    Love them?
    check out http://www.habitat.net/uk/main_uk.htm and search shopping trolley.

    How trendy are they:j Almost want to get one myself and not a bad price either:money:
  • RacyRed
    RacyRed Posts: 4,930 Forumite
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    Love them?
    They are shopping trollies Heatherw, like

    THIS

    Hmmmm :think: Safty pin (Nappy pin?) or car sticker :confused:
    My first reply was witty and intellectual but I lost it so you got this one instead :D
    Proud to be a chic shopper
    :cool:
  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Posts: 12,492 Forumite
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    Love them?
    WOW these are nice

    http://www.rolser-novela.co.uk/
  • RacyRed
    RacyRed Posts: 4,930 Forumite
    Combo Breaker First Post
    Love them?
    check out http://www.habitat.net/uk/main_uk.htm and search shopping trolley.

    How trendy are they:j Almost want to get one myself and not a bad price either:money:

    Oooh! now that is BRIGHT :rotfl:
    My first reply was witty and intellectual but I lost it so you got this one instead :D
    Proud to be a chic shopper
    :cool:
  • squeaky
    squeaky Posts: 14,129 Forumite
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    Love them?
    RacyRed wrote:
    They are shopping trollies Heatherw, like

    THIS

    Hmmmm :think: Safty pin (Nappy pin?) or car sticker :confused:


    Safety pin:
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=43016

    Car sticker offer
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=72278
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  • Smiley_Mum
    Smiley_Mum Posts: 3,836 Forumite
    I've been Money Tipped!
    Love them?
    I'm am SOLD on this one here, what a cracker...

    http://www.rolser-novela.co.uk/30800/info.php?p=2&pno=0&pid=527337&cat=&ack=9&search=&sought=

    Now, lets see how much is in that £2 savers club fund....
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  • Ticklemouse
    Ticklemouse Posts: 5,030 Forumite
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    yep - those habitat and the other ones are certainly funky - but ........the price :eek: £45+ and £65. Puleeeease - not very OS. :rotfl:
  • jcr16
    jcr16 Posts: 4,185 Forumite
    luckily ( i think) i have 2 kiddies which means i have a graco tandem and the basket is huge. i can get nearly all i need it in.

    i can remember how silly i used to think wally trolleys were , but now i can see how much sence they are.

    the lady that delivers the kleenze books pushes one around full of books. what i fab idea i thought.

    i'm very impressed tho one lady got £70 worth of shopping in hers. that is amamzing
  • Smiley_Mum
    Smiley_Mum Posts: 3,836 Forumite
    I've been Money Tipped!
    Love them?
    I just do a little bit of shopping every day or so but it would be useful for the heavy stuff that I need to get in every several weeks or so, washing powder for example. That cow print looks great, I'd like to get one sometime as I no longer use buggies etc and carting stuff home, end up with arms like an orangutang. I'd save on having to go to the chiropractor anyway, so price of Chic Shopper = 2.5 trips to chiropractor. If I got one then I would probably not need to visit a chiropractor, it's just with lugging bags home that it stuffs up my back, neck, shoulders etc. I wonder if I can drop a hint to someone... DB perhaps might get me one, or a donation at least. ;)
    “Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you.” - Oscar Wilde
  • moggins
    moggins Posts: 5,190 Forumite
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    Love them?
    But surely as we are old stylers who know how to make something out of nothing, we could buy one of the cheapy ones from Lidl and decorate it with some funky fabric :D
    Organised people are just too lazy to look for things

    F U Fund currently at £250
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