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Grotime Kimberly RD48

Grotime Kimberly RD48

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Change Table that really changes Nappy change times

Bought new 2010 since it was new on the market cldn't find anyone selling it 2nd hand since someone would keep this furniture for a while & that's the idea it grows with your child eg convert with ease to a 4 drawer change chest. It has lovely easy slide draws with 2 stainless steel round knobs on each draw. I I loved the white shiny easy clean surface and the fact that I could use it as drawer space eg cloth nappies hidden underneath the change table surface, protected from dust & from her eg she can't pull stuff out like those shelf style change mats tables on wheels. It's very sturdy doesn't move. Drawers have child safety inclusions eg. Topple-free Safety System, It cost $700 but was better than buying a wheel thing for $300 & then later spending another $400 for drawers. I expect that this set will be used until my daughter turn 15 years old since we don't have any drawers in her built in wardrobe so cost is $46 per year compared to a change wheeled table eg similar quality white $340 plus used for 2 years cost is $170 per year. and you can't get much back when you sell them 2nd hand either lucky to get $100

575D + (200D extender) x 850W x 900H (mm)
The fact that it grows with your child eg 1 piece of furniture useful for changing then the extension comes off & it converts from change table to become a normal chest of drawers suitable to become a dressing table for a little girl eg just add a wall mirror & chest of drawers can be used to store hair brushes jewel boxes underwear clothes.etc.
Nothing really just that the safety draws to stop kids climbing them like a ladder does mean you can't open another draw unless other draw is completely closed.

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Grotime Kimberly RD48
CategoryChange Tables
Price (RRP)899

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