Aldis £60 bargain wooden climbing frame for kids sends shoppers into a frenzy
Aldi shoppers are loving the retailer's latest SpecialBuy, with many flocking to leave five star reviews on the supermarket's website.
Every Thursday and Sunday Aldi releases its SpecialBuys, which are frequently big hits amongst customers.
From hanging egg chairs to hot tubs, Aldi's SpecialBuys can be just about anything and their most recent offering has proven hugely popular with shoppers.
Making for the perfect gift just in time for Christmas is Aldi's Little Town Wooden Climbing Triangle, which is priced at just £60.
The wooden climbing frame comes with a detachable ramp, and intends to help children “develop their climbing skills and grip”.
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Aldi's latest SpecialBuy is advertised to help with development, agility and motor cognitive skills, and shoppers have been quick to praise the new product.
The climbing frame has received numerous five-star reviews, and it looks like it could one of the retailer's most popular products to date.
One consumer wrote: "A great climbing frame/triangle and slide for little ones. Our two-year-old absolutely loves it! After a week of it she is confidently climbing all over it."
A second shopper said: "Really good size. Feels very sturdy. Absolute bargain compared to similar products on the market. My little one loves to climb so this perfect!"
Another branded it the "Absolute bargain of the century", before adding: "Love this pikler triangle. It’s such lovely colours, good quality and our two year old is just getting to grips with climbing on it."
Others were quick to praise the price, calling it "Excellent value", and "Great value for money".
Aldi’s Little Town Wooden Climbing Triangle is priced at £59.99 and is available online now.
You can shop the SpecialBuy here.
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