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Pushchair @ ASDA for £25.00 + £4.95 (delivery)

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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
The Hauck Sport and Recover is a compact lightweight folding buggy. It has fixed or swivel front wheels, a multi-position stepless backrest, suitable from birth, a large fold back hood, removable playtray and a parent tray with drinks recess (cold drinks only!). There is an extended adjustable leg rest, comfortable foam covered handle, large shopping basket, fixed footrest and a raincover is included. Folded dimensions are 78 x 46 x 24cm. Handle height is 101cm.
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#1
WOW £25 + 5 p&p is cheap, perhaps i should buy it and keep in storage until i have some kids
#2
brilliant price
#3
£25 instore too with no delivery fee.

Its part of the Baby Week, I'm waiting to see if they half price it when its over lol.
#4
Rubbish pram, the bar across the bottom, you constantly kick when pushing it. Not good for tall people, and looks tacky.....mines in the loft after being used on one holiday, hated it!
#5
I looked this up and saw some bad reviews....but im sure everyone has they own opinions ...Good price though and No I havent voted either way
http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/push-chairs/unbranded-sport-buggy-and-raincover-in-smoke-fabric.asp#revlink
#6
a complete bargain!

ideal to fold away in the boot and still have supermarket shopping space leftover!
#7
i bought this pushchair from the past baby week event, and its 100% rubbish. i used for my 13 months old, the pushchair was a pain to push, doesnt manuver well when turning into corners and felt flimsy. mine broke very quick bit by bit..
#8
bumbelbee
i bought this pushchair from the past baby week event, and its 100% rubbish. i used for my 13 months old, the pushchair was a pain to push, doesnt manuver well when turning into corners and felt flimsy. mine broke very quick bit by bit..



Couldn't agree more we used ours for about a month then had to get another, really flimsy and doesn't steer well at all. Really cheap for a reason.
#9
Yeah I agree the buggy is crap hard to push hard to steer and it creaks and squeeks I ran mine over and chucked it in rubbish tip :-D
#10
well I bought one last week and while it certainly isnt particularly sturdy it is perfectly ok to use and at only £25 if it lasts a few months then I have had my money's worth out of it!
#12
i agree with what everyone has said it is a crap pram but would do as a spar at grannys for the odd time the kids are there not bad for 25 would rather pay that than 60 for a spare one x
#13
Bought one of these the other day. In store £25. Great little buggy with free raincover and with parent drink tray. It has a variable adjustment for the seat to be angled flat or more upright.
Lightweight and easy to fold.
If you believe that you get what you pay for, you won't be disappointed. It is cheap and feels cheap but is very functional for the summer months
:thumbsup:

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