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Bebe Confort Loola up Pushchair Choc & Cream was £295 NOW £147.50 @ Boots

£147.50 @ Boots
Now half price + as Boots have an offer on at the moment (10 points per £1 when you spend £20 on selected baby products) you get 1,470 Advantage points The Bebe Confort Loola Up is a flexible yet s… Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Now half price + as Boots have an offer on at the moment (10 points per £1 when you spend £20 on selected baby products) you get 1,470 Advantage points

The Bebe Confort Loola Up is a flexible yet stylish pushchair with a reversible forward or rearward facing seat. A lightweight frame with a revolutionary folding system - ultra compact fold for even the smallest of boots. The seat pad is reversible providing the child with a more breathable fabric in summer to a warmer fleece material for winter


Technical Specifications
Suitable from birth - 15kgs (approx 4 years)
Single Pushchair
Handle height position 95-105cm
Assembled dimensions 95-105 x 61 x 101cm
Folded dimensions 92 x 37 x 26cm
Weight 10.6kgs
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#1
this was posted 7 weeks ago.
#2
mx-3;8375445
this was posted 7 weeks ago.


OK to repost after 1 month.. unexpired :)
#3
mx-3
this was posted 7 weeks ago.


Its people like you that put others off posting deals.

Thankyou OP great deal and i for one dont sit here 24/7 nor do i go back to check on old deals if they have been reposted..... I think posting to get a life would be a hot deal for some!!
#4
doodledoo
Its people like you that put others off posting deals.

Thankyou OP great deal and i for one dont sit here 24/7 nor do i go back to check on old deals if they have been reposted..... I think posting to get a life would be a hot deal for some!!


Seconded. Thanks for sharing OP. I dont know much about this buggy but I'll definitely have a look as we are expecting number 1 in May.
#5
excellent buggy and very compact according to friends. think i will be taking a look too as expecting no. 3 in october :)
#6
sez 588 points !?
#7
doodledoo
Its people like you that put others off posting deals.

Thankyou OP great deal and i for one dont sit here 24/7 nor do i go back to check on old deals if they have been reposted..... I think posting to get a life would be a hot deal for some!!


Yes, that mx-3 is ia proper sad git.
#8
I have this pushchair (bought at this price several weeks ago and i find its great-it is a bit on the bulky side when compared to an umbrella fold BUT my lil man looks so comfy in it than in the other umbrella fold one that i had. I also have a stokke which is the bees knees imo-just a pain to collapse to put in the boot so i got this one (loola) for the boot for when im out in the car). Heat from me op.
#9
When they are tiny babies its fantastic, i have one in red, now my baby is 8mths, it does not let her sit upright, so she looks uncomfortable, but i still love it, i wanted this colour too, very nice!
oh, and i have had 15 buggys, including doubles, but this is my favourite! (4th baby) x
#10
Hot - we got one when it was originally posted, and it's excellent for the price - mostly for being parent-facing, which are rare at this sort of money.
Construction is solid (though that means it weighs a bit) and the fold is quite easy.
#11
fits in boot of a 2000 clio for an idea of size.
great with the carry cot as pram+with car seat, when just the frame the fold is very very clean and easy and light enough to chuck in car easily.
used as a push chair its not that good to fold or lift. (parent facing is great though)
sturdy and drives nicely.
if you find the straps too short (they used to be) then write off to dorel and they send you off longer ones np.
#12
One thing I will say is it got quite heavy to push around as the baby got to 8 months ish. We ended up buying a Petite Star Zia and putting the Loola back up in the loft. Ideal when they are first born though because you can get the car seat with it. But it is quite a lump compared to the smaller buggies!!

Still hot because of the good price.
#13
This fits in the boot of a Toyota Yaris FWIW. We have a couple of these - excellent for the money
#14
We nearly paid this much for a second hand one on e-bay when they first came out!
I liked it as you could turn the seat around so you could see the baby. Not the smallest of pushchairs - it wouldn't fit in the BMW cabriolet boot - but solid and well built. Would recommend getting one at this price.
Far better than those silly Quinny Zapps with the tiny wheels that make getting up kerbs a pain and get stuck in the smallest ruts and cracks.
H'n'R
#15
brilly
fits in boot of a 2000 clio for an idea of size.
great with the carry cot as pram+with car seat, when just the frame the fold is very very clean and easy and light enough to chuck in car easily.
used as a push chair its not that good to fold or lift. (parent facing is great though)
sturdy and drives nicely.
if you find the straps too short (they used to be) then write off to dorel and they send you off longer ones np.


Just thought i'd let anyone thinking of getting this know that the longer straps are included in the box! I ordered one when it was first posted and am very happy with it, NOT lightweight with the seat unit attached but very easy to take on and off. Bargain at this price and it comes with a two year warranty! Also fits into a corsa boot! Heat added it was due a re-post! :)
banned#16
doodledoo;8375546
Its people like you that put others off posting deals.

Thankyou OP great deal and i for one dont sit here 24/7 nor do i go back to check on old deals if they have been reposted..... I think posting to get a life would be a hot deal for some!!


As you seem to have been a member for only a few months, how are you an expert on what puts posters off? the reason this site is great is because members do try and check if items are expired or not it means the forum is not swamped by duplicate post's, if you want to see how bad a bargain forum can get go look at MSE and if you like it maybe you should stay over there and let them benefit from expert views.:whistling:
#17
SHOWMAN36
As you seem to have been a member for only a few months, how are you an expert on what puts posters off? the reason this site is great is because members do try and check if items are expired or not it means the forum is not swamped by duplicate post's, if you want to see how bad a bargain forum can get go look at MSE and if you like it maybe you should stay over there and let them benefit from expert views.:whistling:


It is possible to read the forum without actually registering.

Many of the members here whilst having good intentions dont seem to have much clue.
especially with reposts and expiring things that should be spammed.

this thread is a perfect example.
person 1 moans about 7 weeks - 1 month + was fine
edi unexpired this meaning someone had wrongly expired it - if it wasn't ok to post then it should be spammed.

if you are confident enough to moan in thread about something like reposts then you should get your facts right.
If unsure, then either do nothing or if you have itchy fingers at least hit expire silently and let others think.



comet06 - good to hear straps are included now.
#18
Can we stop the petty bickering and get back to the deal? Put your ego's away please ladies and gentlemen.

This is an excellent deal. I bought one for our daughter/grandson when it was first posted and I was well impressed with the quality. She thinks its a great buggy too. Quite bulky, but looks like it will last.
banned#19
If unsure, then either do nothing or if you have itchy fingers at least hit expire silently and let others think.


Let others think what?
#20
I had a 2 handled loola version of these for my daughter 3 years ago and sold it :-( |I loved it !! Now due with another baby in 5 weeks I have just ordered one of these for the boot of the car as my silver cross won't fit in the boot.

Used code CGVB22 for extra 10% off as well to bring it down to £132.75! Thanks!
#21
SHOWMAN36
Let others think what?

thoughts
#22
HI, Just ordered one and come down to £132 with the code.. got 1320 Boots points ... that comes out to be £13.. applied through quidco.. so, may be 6.5 of Quidco also..
so, it will come around... £112.5 :santa: :gift:
#23
got mine today and its fab!! lays completely flat so perfect for newborn!! thanks OP!

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