Halfords Double Buggy Child Bike Trailer - was £119.99 now only £89.99 @ Halfords (+ £10 Voucher & Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Halfords Double Buggy Child Bike Trailer currently the same price as single buggy bike trailer price with £30 off.

To get to £75.99 I've taken into consideration that you get a £10 voucher if you spend £50 or more and Quidco at 4.5% if you pay and reserve for collection so hope everyone agrees the £75.99 price is a hot deal

The Halfords Double Buggy Child Bike Trailer assembles easily without tools and includes all the brackets required to attach it to your bike. Your child will love going out on rides with you and can relax secured in a safety harness and stay protected from the weather elements and bugs due to the bug screen and rain shield. Also features a high visibility flag and rear reflector and storage pockets at the rear and under the seats. A wide range of child bike trailers and buggys are available.
Features and Benefits of the Halfords Double Buggy

* Double child bike trailer
* Easy to assemble
* No tools required
* Universal coupler attaches easily to your bicycle
* Bug screen and rain shield to protect your children from bugs and bad weather
* Folds flat for compact storage
* Safety harness holds child securely
* Hard wearing and highly durable construction
* Includes high visibility flag and rear reflector for improved visibility and safety
* Storage pockets at the rear and under the seats for cycling essentials
* 50lbs weight limit per child
* Each child must wear a safety helmet when using this bike buggy
* Not for use with a child under 12 months old
* Halfords Double Trailer Buggy is not for use at high speed
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#1
Just to be clear to £75.99 price is based upon the link price of £89.99 but you get a £10 voucher for spending over £50 and if use Quidco to pay and reserve for collection 4.5% cashback

Only posted a couple of deals before so hope its ok to quote the price in this way

Thanks
1 Like #2
I'm looking for one of these...so if people are voting this deal cold please could they tell me where I can get something better/cheaper - would be very helpful - thanks!
[helper]#3
Thank you for taking the time to participate on the forums. The price has been amended as the listed deal price should be the price you have to actual pay the retailer to purchase the item before any retrospective discounts/cashbacks are applied, thanks again. MissGem8)
#4
LizzieR
I'm looking for one of these...so if people are voting this deal cold please could they tell me where I can get something better/cheaper - would be very helpful - thanks!


Yeah me too as I couldn't find it cheaper anywhere else or anything comparable
#5
There are loads on flea bay for about £50 why is this one better?
#6
scatman69
There are loads on flea bay for about £50 why is this one better?


Is that £50 for a brand new one?

If so send me the link please
#7
Ok they have gone up a bit £69.99 for one that is also a buggy

http://****.co.uk/Bicycle-Bike-Cycle-Trailer-Seat-Buggy-Child-Children-RB-/110666031792?pt=UK_SportGoods_CyclAcces_RL&hash=item19c435a2b0

Search for bike trailers there are loads.
#8
scatman69
Ok they have gone up a bit £69.99 for one that is also a buggy

http://****.co.uk/Bicycle-Bike-Cycle-Trailer-Seat-Buggy-Child-Children-RB-/110666031792?pt=UK_SportGoods_CyclAcces_RL&hash=item19c435a2b0

Search for bike trailers there are loads.


Even when the **** is changed with fleebay that link doesn't work!
#9
I have the older version of this and it works perfectly for my kids.
The attachment is easy to connect to the bike, and the trailer folds flat to about 4 -5 inches so easy to store away,
in my opinion I would say this is a good deal and well worth them money from a good branded company.
heat added

Edited By: rob200375 on May 04, 2011 07:26
#10
Also if you register your card on the quidco site on the instore site part, you will also get money for using the card about 1.5% last time I checked.
#11
kemik
scatman69
Ok they have gone up a bit £69.99 for one that is also a buggy

http://****.co.uk/Bicycle-Bike-Cycle-Trailer-Seat-Buggy-Child-Children-RB-/110666031792?pt=UK_SportGoods_CyclAcces_RL&hash=item19c435a2b0

Search for bike trailers there are loads.

Even when the **** is changed with fleebay that link doesn't work!


just cut the item number from the link

110666031792

and search on the bay
#12
The voucher offer ended on Monday
#13
Gone back up in price now
#14
Hi All,

Quick word of caution. We got one of these to take to Centre Parcs and save a few quid. It's OK, but the flag (so cars can see you are towing a wee one) doesn't seem to have a safe place to go - which means we can't use it.

We also had only one child when we went which was good as I was able to use the straps for the 2nd child too in an x pattern to keep our little one strapped down - Not sure how safe it would be with 2 kids in. Our little one broke out of the strapping very easily when we used the single child set up. One other tiny gripe is that the storage is in with the child, so if you have a curious child you might not have all your shopping when you return home.

We do still use it, but always with 2 of us there - if you know the faults it can be a useful little cart (especially if you're sick of your buggy).

Jim.
1 Like #15
Due to the amount of clowns that occupy the roads and which I witness daily, I wouldn't dare pull my kids in one of these, not that I own a bike anyway. So welcome to my useless post

I wouldn't even ride a bike on the road without my kids, in fact I wouldn't even ride a bike, so yes my post is indeed useless to potential buyers to one of these contraptions
#16
seems sp dangerous, you should see these in london
#17
QuantumInfo
seems sp dangerous, you should see these in london

Presumably you have little or no experience of trailing children then???

From my experience 99.9% of all drivers give a bicycle with trailer a much wider birth than I get when on my own, presumably the automatic hatrid of all things cycling by a large percentage of the driving population is mitigated by the fact a bike with trailer = 4 wheels, and therefore their Neanderthal brains equate this as being a car and therefore allowed.

mike
#18
High percentage of old drivers treat all bikers and drivers in general equally = Blindly lol

No discrimination, just blindness, I wouldn't drive a bike on the road for any amount of money because of what I witness on a daily basis never mind pull the kids.

On a private road though I would like one of these yokes, would be good crack although I would probably mod it and pull it with the car
#19
sparkyIreland
Due to the amount of clowns that occupy the roads and which I witness daily, I wouldn't dare pull my kids in one of these, not that I own a bike anyway. So welcome to my useless post

I wouldn't even ride a bike on the road without my kids, in fact I wouldn't even ride a bike, so yes my post is indeed useless to potential buyers to one of these contraptions


I wouldnt be using it on the road, but they can also be used off road you know, clever things.
#20
Agree, I'd never use one of these on a road! Way to risky!
#21
mbuckhurst
QuantumInfo
seems sp dangerous, you should see these in london

Presumably you have little or no experience of trailing children then???

From my experience 99.9% of all drivers give a bicycle with trailer a much wider birth than I get when on my own, presumably the automatic hatrid of all things cycling by a large percentage of the driving population is mitigated by the fact a bike with trailer = 4 wheels, and therefore their Neanderthal brains equate this as being a car and therefore allowed.

mike


Do you conversley find the hallowed self powered 2 wheel fraternity treat you with disdain as you're now part of the great unwashed to be ignored by them as they ride as if they own the road. Seeing as they comprise such a minority of road users I think its somewhat telling that very few of us can recall examples of motorcyclists ignoring traffic signals or the rules of the road yet most of us will have seen a cyclist doing these things. We all know theres a lot of idiotic car drivers out there but if were looking at proportions id say cyclist nutters comprise a greater demographic of that group than the idiots do of car users.


Edited By: mwa on May 04, 2011 13:19
#22
Thought about getting one of these for my 1yr & 2yr old.Would never take it on the road myself and would be strickly for the parks.
#23
Apparently these are safer than carrying kids on a bike seat. The logic being that most serious injuries are from kids falling from a height rather than a car knocking into them.
#24
if they were armoured somehow ?
#25
mwa
mbuckhurst
QuantumInfo
seems sp dangerous, you should see these in london


Presumably you have little or no experience of trailing children then???

From my experience 99.9% of all drivers give a bicycle with trailer a much wider birth than I get when on my own, presumably the automatic hatrid of all things cycling by a large percentage of the driving population is mitigated by the fact a bike with trailer = 4 wheels, and therefore their Neanderthal brains equate this as being a car and therefore allowed.

mike



Do you conversley find the hallowed self powered 2 wheel fraternity treat you with disdain as you're now part of the great unwashed to be ignored by them as they ride as if they own the road. Seeing as they comprise such a minority of road users I think its somewhat telling that very few of us can recall examples of motorcyclists ignoring traffic signals or the rules of the road yet most of us will have seen a cyclist doing these things. We all know theres a lot of idiotic car drivers out there but if were looking at proportions id say cyclist nutters comprise a greater demographic of that group than the idiots do of car users.



The reason you don't notice cars doing stupid/dangerous/illegal things is simply because it happens so frequently you've become blind to it, that's the problem, for every cyclist that jumps a red light, I can show you 1 car stopped on the box junction, driving on chevrons, going through on amber when it was quite possible to stop in time, speeding on the motorway, speeding in town, parking illegally, jumping lights, not wearing seatbelts, failing to indicate (as a cyclist I see this a lot), failing to restrain children in the rear, correctly functioning lights, insurance (suggested >5% of all drivers), no MOT etc........

No road users group is squeaky clean, but cyclists are no worse than any other simply because you are presumably in a car or walking, the cyclist is not doing what you're doing and therefore you notice any transgressions. Show me any statistical evidence that proves that cyclists are more likely to disobey traffic rules or for that matter can anyone find any evidence of accidents involving cycle trailers at all?

mike

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