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[Chapters Indigo] Snoo Smart Sleeper Bassinet $1270

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May 27, 2019
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[Chapters Indigo] Snoo Smart Sleeper Bassinet $1270

I ended up paying $1217 taxes included by stacking sign up 10% and 10% plum plus. You also get 13000 bonus plum rewards and Rakuten bonus.

I know it's expensive but resale is great on these and I'm a desperate sleep deprived parent looking for any way to get my newborn to not sleep while being held.
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Aug 31, 2010
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Dear lord, that's an expensive bassinet..

But, if you're in the market for this product I suppose it's a good deal considering it's ~$1,800 everywhere else. But, holy...I hope it works out for you!
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May 27, 2019
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Thank you!

When I was pregnant and scouring mommy forums the Snoo was very well received however we never bought it due to price. Now in the thick of it my husband and I both looked at it other and said we should of gotten the Snoo. If it doesn't work we can always resell!
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Mar 10, 2003
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Jeez. That is anywhere from $200 to $400 per month of use. But if you're sleep deprived now, please start looking into sleep training methods for when they're slightly older.

We bought a Bassinest swivel sleeper, which was great. A safe co-sleeping solution that allows you to soothe the baby quickly or to move them from your arms into their own bed without getting out of bed. Another solution to try, and this one can be had for about $150 used. Also happy to sell ours ;-)
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Apr 10, 2011
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A good deal if you consider people are selling their used ones for $1,600 on Kijiji/Facebook marketplace.
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Nov 23, 2017
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What's the sign up 10?
I purchased it the other day with my Plum Plus, but I only got the 10% Plum Plus on top... I signed up for the newsletter, but it wouldn't let me use that promo code.
My total came to about $1300?
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May 27, 2019
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It was a unique code as a welcome email I received from them when I signed up!

It worked for me I guess I got lucky!
Congrats on your LO
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Dec 25, 2018
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I bought this before and returned. It really shakes the baby hard, I’m not sure that’s normal but didn’t feel comfortable with the amount of shaking
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Nov 14, 2013
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Winnipeg
Demon_Twinz wrote: sleep training .. skip this
This is for 0-6 months. You can't sleep train before that.

edit: if you manage to sleep train before this, congrats. It doesn't work for most people.
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Dec 11, 2008
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My wife's boss gifted one of these for our newborn.
It is indeed a useful tool and does help the baby fall asleep. Probably gaves us a few extra hours of sleep at night.
But I wouldn't buy one at that price tbh, even on sale, sure is a very nice gift though.

Good investment if you plan to have more than 1 baby however! :D
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Been using this for the last 4 months with the first born. Recommended!
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Sep 24, 2018
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This is a steal for peace of mind. No baby has ever died of SIDS in one of these. I had one and my daughter slept very well in it.

You never have to worry about the baby rolling onto tummy as newborn since they are strapped in.

I bought one, my friends are borrowing mine for their new kid,ill probably sell off my old one and keep this one.
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vuongt wrote: This is a steal for peace of mind. No baby has ever died of SIDS in one of these.

You never have to worry about the baby rolling onto tummy as newborn since they are strapped in.
Rolling onto tummy is just one possible cause of SIDS, it doesn't prevent SIDS itself.
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Sep 24, 2018
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Yes that is totally true, but you are missing my first point. No baby has ever died in one of these which is huge statistically. In the US they are looking at having it identified as a medical device.
slimysnot wrote: Rolling onto tummy is just one possible cause of SIDS, it doesn't prevent SIDS itself.

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