What baby product was the biggest waste of money?
It's par for the course of parenthood to weigh down the shopping trolley with a ton of what we initially think is 'essential baby kit' only to discover shortly down the line, it is in fact, a complete waste of money.
A new study identifies the top 10 products to avoid, according to 2,000 parents surveyed by Which?, and could save parents £275.
The survey lists the following as the top 10 least useful products
1. Door baby bouncer (up to £30)
2. Baby washing bowls (up to £10)
3. Manual breast pump (up to £80)
4. Baby hammock (can cost more than £150)
5. Fabric sling (cost £15-£80)
6. Nappy stacker (between £5-£20)
7. Bumbo seat (£30-£40)
8. Cot mobile (up to £30)
9. Swaddling blanket (£10-£25)
10. Nappy disposal bin (£10 to over £50)