Petite Star Ruby Spot Stroller - was £120 now £58 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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The stylish Ruby Spot stroller from Petite Star is suitable for babies from newborn, with all the safety features and accessories you'd expect.

With 3 reclining positions, including full lie-back, a detachable bumper bar and an adjustable footrest, this stroller can be adjusted to suit your baby as they grow up to 15kg. A 5-point safety harness safely secures your baby within the stroller.

The Ruby Spot comes with several practical accessories that are necessary for day-to-day life. These include a detachable hood, large shopping basket and a raincover - an absolute essential for the unpredictable British weather.
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Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!
This looks a good deal and I'm debating whether to go for it. Anyone got one of these and can provide any feedback?
This looks a good deal and I'm debating whether to go for it. Anyone got one of these and can provide any feedback?

+1 although they have a full lie-back position, I wonder if can be used for new-borns.
I had a previous model to this one which didn't have a detachable bumper bar and that was a bit of a pain but otherwise it was a great wee buggy so I imagine this to be the same.

I used it for a toddler though and wouldn't have used it for a newborn but then I wouldn't really use any buggy styled pram for a newborn, only a carry-cot type.
it does say Suitable from birth. It's all on the comfortability for the newborn
Thanks OP, picked this up today. Great pushchair for the price!
trying to find a lightweight buggy that wont take up alot of room in car boot for going away for weekend breaks as pram fills whole boot. would you advise this pushchair?

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