SNEAK PREVIEW – Tomy goodies coming in 2011…

MFM got to have a sneak peak of the fab new nursery, baby and toddler products coming your way in early 2011 - check it out

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Tomy SR digital monitors
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e Baby Aqua Splash ‘n’ Print

Surrounded by the chic surroundings of the ‘Black and White’ room at The Soho Hotel, London, MFM were treated to an exclusive sneak preview of the upcoming toys, nursery bits and baby gadgets for 2011.

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With a glass of bucks fizz, we had a gander at the fab and funky new feeding products from mOmma, plus got to try out the new hi-tech baby monitors and play with the soon-to-be-released toys from the Tomy range.

We thought you’d like a cheeky sneak peak at our faves from the preview… First up is:

mOmma Steri-Warmer, £99, available in January 2011

The funky Italian designed mOmma is back with a super efficient and multi-tasking baby bottle steriliser and bottle warmer in-one. This uber stylish digital gem can sterilise up to four mOmma bottles in nine minutes using a steam sterilisation, and to use the bottle warmer, simply remove the streliser unit and place a mOmma bottle inside. The clever device calculates the warming time based on the amount of milk in the bottle and the starting temperature! Genuis.

Digital Video SRV400 Monitor, £129, available in January 2011

Adding to their award-winning baby monitor, the SR range includes three new digital monitors with extra hi-tech functions to help modern parents. Top of the range is the SRV400 which is a compact video monitor with a 2.4 inch LCD screen. it features temperature sensor and built-in timer to help keep track of feeding times. Most impressive is that it can be connected to a PC or laptop so parents can record or playback precious moments – especially great for the working parent.

Be Baby Aqua Splash ‘n’ Print, £17.99, available in Jan 2011 (6 months +)

This is a fab way to minimise mess when playing with your baby. Simply fill the lily pad with water, place your baby’s hand in it and let them draw water shapes or hand marks on the Aqua mat. There are a collection of shaped stamps that your baby can use and when they’re down, simply wait for it to dry and pack it up.

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So…. what do you think?

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