InfaSecure Baby: At Home
Latest review: I like the Infa Nellie bath insert as I felt more secure and comfortable bathing my newborn than just holding her in the baby bath and I felt I could do it myself, instead of having her Dad help me
Latest review: So looks great n it's soft BUT pillow goes out of shape, pocket is useless and it never ever can be fully dry.developed black mold after about 2-3 weeks. Will mot
Latest review: Full disclosure: we haven’t used the bath as baby isn’t born yet. However I did assemble it and noticed others were having great difficulty screwing in the screws in what seemed like holes that were t
Latest review: My 19 month old son gets restless and wants to sit on my lap at dinner time. We took this to a restaurant - it fit their chairs and he could eat at the table with our group. It was the first time I
Latest review: I bought this 4 months ago. My 7 month old was jumping up and down for joy until the poles thread over a 4 month period had widdled away to nothing. Each leg screws into each other to hold the stand
The right to repair movement in Australia is calling for companies to make it easier for their products to be repaired. Here are some electronics and appliance manufacturers who are starting to listen and make it more feasible for consumers to repair, rather than replace, their items.
Staying at home doesn’t have to be a drag, even if you’re isolating. With the right products, you can still eat, drink, and relax as if you’re on holiday, so that your summer staycation is something special.
ProductReview.com.au has analysed a year's worth of opinions from thousands of Aussie mums and dads to publish our 2022 Baby Product Awards. See the top-rated prams, carriers, high chairs, formulas, and breast pumps to spoil yourself and your baby with this summer!
Latest review: I have tried my very fussy and busy bub in 2-3 high chairs and this is the only one she actually sits still in. A bonus is that it gets her used to chairs they use at cafes so she is more likely
Latest review: I am really glad that I purchased this after our second child, with 2 children in nappies and visiting the change table up to 10 times a day I wanted the change area to work very well. We have
Latest review: This is great for a quick-fix option or for a toilet which is never or rarely used by adults. I got this as I needed something for my son to use right now, but I am hoping to buy a different style of
Latest review: The seat slants forward. This helps a child lean onto the table no doubt but for my 9 month above average height it just means he falls into the harness going downwards. It only works for us as we
Latest review: We liked the high back and the smooth contoured edges of the seat (unlike our IKEA potty which almost has sharp edges around the seat), however the inside of the potty is not curved and whenever my
Latest review: The best potty I ever used with my kids. It has sleek design (we bought it in brown olour), so you don't have to worry about the interference with the design of your bathroom if you are into these
Latest review: I did a lot of research and took my time considering what bassinet to buy for DD, and am so glad I decided on this one. It comes in a few different designs, which are all very cute. The cost was very
Latest review: Bought this for our 18month old toddler for it's portability as we like to dine out as a family. We tried using at home and found our toddler was getting out very easily. As with other reviews, the
Latest review: I love This product! It is much higher quality than a Jolly Jumper. It provides much more support around the waist, bum and back. It is more sturdy than a Jolly Jumper and lasts a lot longer. My
Latest review: I bought this bath after my boy outgrew a smaller one we were given. It was great, as we do not have a big bath at home it lasted until he was old enough to stand up and take a shower. It is easy to
Christmas seems to go hand in hand with consumption, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be eco-friendly with your gift giving. We’ve got tips for everything from shopping sustainably to zero-waste packaging, so that you can have a greener holiday season.
Since many mothers tend to spout selfless phrases like ‘please don’t spend any money on me,’ Christmas is a great opportunity to spoil your Mum. However, this can be a tricky feat if your mum hasn’t told you what kind of gift she’d be happy with.
If you hop onto Google and type in ‘Christmas gifts for Dad,’ you’ll likely be met with a barrage of ads for personalised beer glasses and novelty socks. To give Dad something he actually loves - and uses daily - read on for a list of Christmas gift ideas on Dad's secret wish list.
Latest review: This is the worst baby product I've ever purchased. It's so bad I'm going to complain to Consumer Affairs about it. The reason I got it was because the opening was very easy to maneuver, which I