Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

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Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby biccytoria » 08 Sep 2014, 11:56

I've got a WAHM full buckle carrier for sale that I bought off a BLWer, it's standard size, black with a beautiful green dragon print fabric. Details are here http://www.kittencreations.co.uk/claire ... -different

Claire classes it as a second due to 'minor imperfections' but she's a perfectionist and I haven't found any, apart from a few pulls in the green fabric.

Size-wise I'd say this would suit 6months - 2yrs, much as I wanted to keep it it's too short in the body for my arms out 3 year old.

£65 including PP fees and special delivery postage. Cat friendly household.
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby Tintin » 08 Sep 2014, 21:27

Bizarrely, I have a matching bag for this carrier, if anyone wanted it! :D
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby catkin » 08 Sep 2014, 22:57

That's beautiful! Shame I don't have any babies left to carry either.
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby biccytoria » 10 Sep 2014, 10:57

bump! Happy to take more photos and link, if anyone wants them. Postage is to UK but I can post overseas for the additional postage costs (probably around £9, depending on the service)
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby biccytoria » 02 Oct 2014, 11:40

bump, I'm so bad at selling things!
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby DandelionFrosting » 02 Oct 2014, 12:23

Am I right that the straps cross in back for front carries? I probably shouldn't even consider this, the postage might be abominable, but DH and I were just talking about how we need a way to carry both of them when we go out as a family, and how much of a pain it is to do front carries with our non-strap-crossing Boba . . . And that is a beautiful carrier . . . Oh, but the postage!
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby biccytoria » 02 Oct 2014, 12:33

Hi DF! Yes, you can cross the straps! If you like I'll weigh it tonight and give you an estimate for postage?
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Re: Full buckle carrier for sale, standard size £65

Postby biccytoria » 02 Oct 2014, 12:36

And don't forget, SD in the UK is included in the price, so you're only paying for the postage over that, which would be around £8.50. I reckon postage would be £20.35 so only an extra £11-odd :wink:
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