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Trade Kids' Gear

Trade Kids' Gear

Trade Kids’ Gear, an online swapping centre was launched 7 weeks ago. This website allows NZ parents to swap childrens’clothes, toys and accessories online. The website works on a points system, so no money exchanges hands.

The owner; Tracy Smith of Mosgiel, Otago, is a Mum of two preschool girls’ aged 1 and 3 years. She started this website to give NZ parents a great alternative to buying and selling, “Why buy new kid’s gear, when you can swap what you already have?”

Trade Kids’ Gear is a cost effective way of recycling and updating your children’s gear as they grow. Visit www.tradekidsgear.co.nz to see what it is all about.


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