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Pusher-facing buggy

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I have a friend with a two year old daughter (with additional needs) who is looking for a pusher-facing buggy. This will enable child to see her mum. Does anyone know of a reasonable priced one or hav…
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I have a friend with a two year old daughter (with additional needs) who is looking for a pusher-facing buggy. This will enable child to see her mum. Does anyone know of a reasonable priced one or have one for sale?
Thanks in advance.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#2
honestly, there are very few rear facing pushchairs avaliable.

i have an icandy cherry, which is a lightweight stroller that rear faces, i couldn't tell you what age they realistically go up to. but the manual says to 4yrs.

http://www.icandyuk.com/ that's the website

hope it helps

oh i forgot to add they go reasonably cheap on ebay too
#3
the loola is rear and forward facing as is a britax vigour 3 or 4 wheels you can also get a mamas and papas(ultima i think) one, hauck infinity faces both ways
First wheels city elite is another
cosatto mobi(budi)

Lol you can tell i have had a few
#4
oh also silver cross freeway
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vesplegate_123
the loola is rear and forward facing as is a britax vigour 3 or 4 wheels you can also get a mamas and papas(ultima i think) one, hauck infinity faces both ways
First wheels city elite is another
cosatto mobi(budi)

Lol you can tell i have had a few


ahh i've got the pushchair bug again like when i was pregnant!

a lot of these are heavy, esecially the first wheels
the ones with pneumatic tyres tend to be the heavier ones, and might be an idea to avoid seeing as a 2 year old isn't going to get any smaller!

there's also the chicco for me, which is just like a normal stroller apart from the seat rear faces too)
#6
and the bebe confort streety. similar to the loola but a bit lighter.
avoid if your friend is over 5'5"!
#7
Thanks for all your help. I shall pass on all these suggestions to my friend.
Rep added to you all.

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