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Mamas & Papas Red Swirl Pushchair Package £49.99 argos collection

£49.99 @ Argos
I missed this 3 months ago and again last year. Seems like a good value pushchair for the price. especially one with a foot muff for the lovely cold Scottish Spring. Marketing blurb below: T… Read More
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4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago
I missed this 3 months ago and again last year. Seems like a good value pushchair for the price. especially one with a foot muff for the lovely cold Scottish Spring.

Marketing blurb below:

This Mamas & Papas Red Swirl pushchair is the complete package. This stylish stroller comes with a footmuff to keep little one's toes warm, a raincover to protect them from the elements and a shopping basket to store all their bits and pieces

Pushchair specifications:
Size W46, D81cm.
Weight 6.7kg.
Suitable from birth to 3 years.
Suitable for children up to 15kg.

Folding specifications:
1 hand foot operated umbrella fold.
Folded size L109, W30, D26cm.

General information:
Multi recline positions.
Forward facing seat.
5 point harness.
4 wheeler.
Swivel and lock wheels - front wheels only.
Handle height 105cm.
Handle height adjustable from 109 to 109cm.
Front wheel suspension.
Linked brakes.
Adjustable leg rest.
Adjustable calf support.
Steel chassis.

Pushchair accessories included:
Footmuff.
Raincover.
Shopping basket.
Detachable hood.
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#1
Hi had this luckily it fell apart so I had a reason to take it back, it feels cheap and IMO looks quite cheap
1 Like #2
emandrob
Hi had this luckily it fell apart so I had a reason to take it back, it feels cheap and IMO looks quite cheap

Completely disagree, compare to other brands similar price/category this is excellent, bought this as a lightweight stroller to leave in the car and its perfect, built well, had another brand similar before and was awful. This is a very good deal, especially as it comes with foot muff, if bought separately its costs £20-30..
#3
We have this. Same deal last month. Love it. Great item.
suspended#4
Total crap. Feels and its cheap. We got this last September when the Tempo we had started to look a bit battered. Kept it a month and then went and bought the Tempo version again.
#5
got this when they were going for 40 a while back. not bad at all, very lightweight so easy to get around, just got to an careful loading the handles with shopping as will soon tip over!!

Edited By: johnraggett on Apr 17, 2013 08:15: sp
#6
Voted hot. Got this for £40 last year. Really nice pushchair for the price, it has served our baby well!
1 Like #7
I've got this as a holiday stroller and for the price it's very good. Sturdy and comfortable and includes the footmuff! Hot!
#8
We took ours back as OH thought it looked very cheap, and we got a Pulse buggy from Mamas and papas for £85 in the sale. I personally liked it and thought it was fine for the price x to each their own i guess x
#9
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#10
Got one of these last year, they are brilliant!
#11
Bought this last year as a mid weight between extra light babyway and graco heavier. Decent quality, have used several times on days out on cobbled pavements and it seems to handle it ok. I think it is about 4-5kg without the extra foot muff. Cheapy plastic clip in lock which cannot lock with muff and rain cover on.
#12
thank god im not the only one who gets really excited when a pushchair deal comes up.....ive got this thing where i feel like i need to buy a buggy everytime i see one going cheap....just like all the other stuff i see on hukd going cheap!
1 Like #13
I've got one of these. Great buggy except for the fact that the back wheels have worn down horrendously after only 4 or 5 months :(
banned#14
We have 3 pushchairs. Yesterday just bought the 4th one :-) We are about to sell the first 3. Needed time to find the best one. The 2nd buggy is Mamas and Papas. Really like it,does the job but it was hard to fold it with one hand when me and my son went on holiday and I was alone with him at the gate as my husband couldnt come with us so needed to do everything with a 5 months old baby who was about to sleep. However I cant complain as we bought ours for 30 pounds :-) only bad things are the wheels. They are so worn down despite the fact it is not in daily use :-( otherwise heat added!


Edited By: Alex7911 on Apr 17, 2013 12:33
#15
bought mine last year and its been well used, but now I've found that the outside wheels at the back are completely worn down whereas the inner ones still have their tread :(
#16
BigOrkWaaagh
I've got one of these. Great buggy except for the fact that the back wheels have worn down horrendously after only 4 or 5 months :(

mine too!
banned#17
If it helps.someone but there are 2 to reserve and collect at Kingston Upon Thames,London
1 Like #18
cah99kitty
BigOrkWaaagh
I've got one of these. Great buggy except for the fact that the back wheels have worn down horrendously after only 4 or 5 months :(
mine too!
If I helps, I sent an email to M&P and they called me up the following day and have sent out new wheels to me free of charge :)
1 Like #19
Good buggy ... had one 6 months without problems.

+ive -One of the few buggys I've had where the waterproof cover actually fits easily and properly.
+ ive - for a cheap buggy its quite tall and more comfortable for standard/tall people.
- ive - for me the buggy didn't play well with cobbles and the rear wheels have bent slightly but still work well enough
- ive - the sun visor is fixed and can't be tilted forwards or back.
- ive - the leg muff /cosy toes thing is only held on by the seat belt , it isnt held on by buttons or a zip , it can be a pain with a screaming writhing toddler.

Really can't complain at this price - would buy another.
2 Likes #20
I had this one for 5 months (still got it but I am not using it anymore) Bought it for 40 pounds with a 10 pound discount voucher.
Its a decent for its price, the build quality is good, it's tall and the handling is pretty smooth but the back support is awful. It's a soft surface on the back and the back of the baby is actually in a curved position . Also the reclining mechanism is very hard to adjust. The brakes wasn't functional after 3 weeks.

I ended up looking and buying a different buggy which I am much more happy with it.

(Sorry for my English, usually from that reason I do not write comments but this time I really want to inform potential buyers)
#21
BigOrkWaaagh
cah99kitty
BigOrkWaaagh
I've got one of these. Great buggy except for the fact that the back wheels have worn down horrendously after only 4 or 5 months :(
mine too!
If I helps, I sent an email to M&P and they called me up the following day and have sent out new wheels to me free of charge :)

Thanks ! i'll just got and do that :)
#22
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog PLAYPENNIES

http://www.playpennies.com/images/thanks_playpennies.png

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