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Three More Sleeps Until The Baby Show!

Published: Tue 20 Aug 2013 05:02 PM
MEDIA RELEASE AUGUST 2013
THREE MORE (SLEEP-DEPRIVED?) NIGHTS UNTIL THE BABY SHOW
$4,000 Silver Cross Pram Set to Grab Attention on Opening Day
Two British icons have teamed up to create ‘the most exclusive pram in the world’, which is available for viewing at The Baby Show, an iconic show assisting Kiwi parents for the last twenty years.
James Bond’s favourite the Aston Martin and Silver Cross have designed the pram, worth almost $4,000. It’s said to be ‘designed to perfection with every detail considered’.
Details include leather with an exact match to that used in the luxury cars, suede trim in the seat and super soft leather-trimmed handles and bumper bar. The aluminium alloy wheels are based on the Aston Martin One-77, which retails for almost $2.5M.
The Silver Cross Surf is limited to 800 worldwide, with just two available in New Zealand. Pop down to the Baby on the Move stand at The Baby Show at the ASB Showgrounds from 23 – 25 August to have a look at this state-of-the-art pram available exclusively in stores such as London’s Harrods.
As well as cutting-edge baby and maternity products, there will also be entertainment from Sticky TV, Baby Loves Disco, Toddler Toes, Funky Feet, Sports4Tots, Storytime with Zappolina and fashion shows from Egg Maternity and Tiny Turtles, as well as the famous show-only specials.
The Baby Show gives parents and parents-to-be the chance to be tactile with products, discover new products, save money, find answers and all in the one place.
For more information visit www.babyshow.co.nz. The Baby Show is at the ASB Showgrounds from 23 - 25 August, 2013. Tickets cost $15.
ENDS

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