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Tuutu Baby Box

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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, New South Wales, Australia

Finnish Designed, Australian Baby Box
Simple. Practical. Sustainable. Beautiful.

Finnish Designed and Australian made, the Tuutu Baby Box doubles as a bed and a change table, saving money, space and the planet's natural resources. With the inclusion of natural and organic clothing, bedding and baby products it's perfect for your precious new baby.

Baby boxes like these have been used in Finland since 1938 as part of the Finnish government's Maternity Package scheme. All the products in Tuutu Baby Box have been carefully chosen with your baby's health and well being in mind and Tuutu are proud to have teamed up with some of Australia's most trusted brands, ensuring safe, sustainable and reliable baby products.

Sustainability is also important and the Tuutu Baby Box has been designed to be used in many ways - baby can sleep in it, the box lid doubles as a changing table, you can use it as a storage box later on for those pesky toys that you keep tripping over and you can make it a toy for your toddler with some car wheels painted on it, or maybe a train! Many parents use it as a memory box including pictures and first clothes the baby wore to keep sake and share later on.

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