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Hauck Multi Recline Pushchair- £12.50 @ASDA

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
bargain price (as spare?) X

The Hauck Buggy is suitable from birth to 15kgs (approx 3 years). It has a multi-position backrest, fold back hood with window, shopping basket, bumper bar, extended adjustable leg rest, fixed or swivel front wheels, and five point safety harness with comfort sleeves. Folds compactly to 83 x 44 x 20cm.

This sport buggy is incredible value and with some of the features you would expect from more expensive buggies. Compact and lightweight, great for on the go or as a second pushchair. It is suitable from birth, features a mulit position back rest and a fold back hood with a window. The extended adjustable leg rest and removable bumper bar help to provide a comfortable place for your baby. Comes complete with a large shopping basket, great help when you're out shopping or need to take your babies essentials with you. The Hauck Buggy has fixed or swivel front wheels and a five point safety harness so your baby is safe and secure. All this and it weighs only 6kgs!
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Great buy!!!!!!
Firstly - nice find - for a 2nd buggy it's a steal... voted hot as result.

However.... It's actually been this price several times from reviews...

Reviews are pretty bad - some 5 star but many 1 star too - check them out and suggest you don't buy this as your main pushchair.

In saying this I've bought two - one for me and one for MIL as spares and holiday use - thanks OP
i agree- great as spare

its been this price a few times reduced in each baby even i think x
cheep deal! but these are horrible to push...they creak too ...and so flimsy that u need a hoist to get it up the curb.. :)
I have been using it with my heavy 3 year old for a good few months now, and its pretty decent, not the easiest to push but he's not always in it. I paid this price for it, sometimes I do worry it's going to break because of the noises it makes, but it hasn't.
This could be a bigger post that just a buggy. Event officially ends in a few days and typically stuff goes half price to get rid of it. I picked up one of these for 12.50 last time and for that price its great. They dont have raincovers though.

Worth looking to see what else is half price as often scan cheaper than they are labelled in some stores. Picked up 2000 nappies last time when they went down to Fiver a box.
it's fantastic value for keepng in the boot of the car for occasional use with my grandson. Quick and easy to put up and fold down but not great to push for any distance. The harness is also fiddly. Definately not for use as your main pushchair.
bought one as holiday buggy, but found it so good its main one now, found lot lighter and easier use the mamma n pappas
Horrible reviews
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Will be great for my one year old if there are any available near us. We're broke and where as we would love to have the option of saying it's rubbish we'll by something better i'm just grateful to know this cheapy thing is available. Wheels a harness and something to last a few months is all we need right now so thanks very much.

Edited By: lilmisstrouble on Oct 14, 2010 00:12: typos
Does the job, good for the money. No probs up curbs, or turning.
kicking the foot brake might be annoying but i think you will have this problem with most pushchairs.
i'm sure there's a way to fix this foot brake prob... ..hmm........where's that saw.
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Does the job, good for the money. No probs up curbs, or turning.kicking the foot brake might be annoying but i think you will have this problem with most pushchairs.i'm sure there's a way to fix this foot brake prob... ..hmm........where's that saw.

have one of these, use it as a spare / holiday pushchair. As for the brake bar kicking problem, you can literally force the two plastic brake bar holders wide enough apart and remove the bar, voila problem goes away. Really light pushchair too, doesnt fold compact like say a mclaren one though, only folds down, so can be a little bulky. But on a budget or as a spare i'd recommend, has great storage room too.

Edited By: oakwood49 on Oct 14, 2010 08:17: typo
is the rest of the stuff in the baby event reduced? or does anyone know when they will reduce it? x
seems to be , not all the things online .... but in store people are reporting more reductions in other posts x
is there a collect from store or free delivery option with this? i seem to be getting home delivery for £4.95.

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