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Mamas and Papas Swirl Pushchair - Red Stripe @ Argos £54.99 WAS £129.99

£54.99 @ Argos
Mamas and Papas Swirl Pushchair - Red Stripe. Really good reviews on the Argos website, 4/5 stars, Bargain. Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Mamas and Papas Swirl Pushchair - Red Stripe.

Really good reviews on the Argos website, 4/5 stars, Bargain.
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I got the purple one for £39.99, without the footmuf. I was very tempted by all those great reviews. And I must say overall its good, folds small and all but the back wheels went funny really quick, even though the stroller was used occassionally and now its rather hard to steer. And the seat doesn't lie completely flat.
If that helps anyone?
;)
#2
Mine didn't last Long it ended up bending and my son is only 1. Up to 3 years my butt
#3
rubbish quality!
#4
As above posts, bought 2 years ago for our first (£45ish), and lasted about twelve months till it twisted and couldn't be steered properly as the front right wheel was always off the ground. Replaced with a chicco for similar money from argos and is still as new 12 months on. One to avoid, imho.
#5
Maybe not so good then :(
#6
Chicco London stroller much better
#7
Been to look at it-the footmuff will only fit up to 12/18months imo.
#8
worst buggy ever and even worse customer services
#9
Think we got ours for £30 a couple of years ago and it's fine as a 3rd buggy when all else fails. It's pretty flimsy and I'd happily take it away with us and not be too upset if it got damaged.
#10
I'm looking for a buggy for the next few months for my 3 year old for holidays and then for my new baby from 6 mo ths (am 5months pregnant) - already have an iCandy for long trips so only wanting to spend £40-50 and needs to be unisex if anyone can offer tips? :)
#11
wouldnt buy this. i had one it lasted a couple of months. the back wheels bent and daughter was only 1...well said 3years haha
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KittyKate
I'm looking for a buggy for the next few months for my 3 year old for holidays and then for my new baby from 6 mo ths (am 5months pregnant) - already have an iCandy for long trips so only wanting to spend £40-50 and needs to be unisex if anyone can offer tips? :)


http://www.amazon.co.uk/hauck-Roma-Buggy-Moonlight-Kiwi/dp/B009PH65KS
#13
Get a sling! They are the best. Not only do you keep your child close but it's a good way to keep fit and avoid pushing a pram around busy streets. Serious.

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