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Save £50 on Mamas & Papas Armadillo City Pushchair - £99.32 @ Boots

£99.32 @ Boots
Part of Boots 1/3 off deals ADDITIONAL BOOTS POINTS and possibly eligible for discount code too. The boots parenting club gives ADDITIONAL BOOTS POINTS rate on baby purchases IF you are signed… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Part of Boots 1/3 off deals

ADDITIONAL BOOTS POINTS and possibly eligible for discount code too.

The boots parenting club gives ADDITIONAL BOOTS POINTS rate on baby purchases IF you are signed in.

If signed in and member of the parenting club it may be eligible for the DISCOUNT code: BABYPCC10 not certain but worth trying.

Key Features:

Ultra compact - the narrowest chassis and smallest fold of all the Armadillo family.
Wiggle room - big seat designed to let them stretch.
Smooth rider - smaller wheels and front and rear suspension for a nipper, smoother city ride.
Easy-fold technology - quick one handed fold.
Magnetic viewing window in hood
1 Year Warranty

Ease of Use
Individual Front Wheel Suspension
Foot Operated Parking Brakes
Ergonomic Soft Foam Handles

Accessories Included:

Raincover
Canopy
Mesh Shopping Basket
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Grabbed this the other day when it was on Amazon Lightning. It is a great pushchair - really happy with it. Only slightly annoying thing is the basket underneath isn't huge and there isn't a pocket at the back. Small things :)
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Boots site crashed
1 Like #3
MVCSAVE10 discount code works for extra 10% off.
The Silver Cross reflex pushchair is down to £144 with this code if anyone would prefer it.
Would anyone recommend one of these for my first pram or would I also need a travel system with carry cot? I already have a baby car seat. Both say fully reclines for newborn but I want to be safe. Thanks


Edited By: Nicgm7 on Dec 09, 2016 05:36: Additional info
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Nicgm7
MVCSAVE10 discount code works for extra 10% off.
The Silver Cross reflex pushchair is down to £144 with this code if anyone would prefer it.
Would anyone recommend one of these for my first pram or would I also need a travel system with carry cot? I already have a baby car seat. Both say fully reclines for newborn but I want to be safe. Thanks



It would be fine for a newborn but I'd definitely recommend a cocoon insert for it.

Personally I'd prefer a travel system which you can transfer the car seat onto as they always fall asleep in the car and your child may easily wake when you try to transfer them! The only thing with that is you have to watch how long they've been in their car seat for?
#5
kimbojim
Nicgm7
MVCSAVE10 discount code works for extra 10% off.
The Silver Cross reflex pushchair is down to £144 with this code if anyone would prefer it.
Would anyone recommend one of these for my first pram or would I also need a travel system with carry cot? I already have a baby car seat. Both say fully reclines for newborn but I want to be safe. Thanks
It would be fine for a newborn but I'd definitely recommend a cocoon insert for it.
Personally I'd prefer a travel system which you can transfer the car seat onto as they always fall asleep in the car and your child may easily wake when you try to transfer them! The only thing with that is you have to watch how long they've been in their car seat for?

I'm sure I saw on the news the other day that they shouldn't be in a car seat for more than 30 mins! That gets us about 10 miles with the traffic where we live!
#6
StormB
kimbojim
Nicgm7
MVCSAVE10 discount code works for extra 10% off.
The Silver Cross reflex pushchair is down to £144 with this code if anyone would prefer it.
Would anyone recommend one of these for my first pram or would I also need a travel system with carry cot? I already have a baby car seat. Both say fully reclines for newborn but I want to be safe. Thanks
It would be fine for a newborn but I'd definitely recommend a cocoon insert for it.
Personally I'd prefer a travel system which you can transfer the car seat onto as they always fall asleep in the car and your child may easily wake when you try to transfer them! The only thing with that is you have to watch how long they've been in their car seat for?

I'm sure I saw on the news the other day that they shouldn't be in a car seat for more than 30 mins! That gets us about 10 miles with the traffic where we live!


I looked into that and apparently it is only for the first 4 weeks of life. Then they can stay in a little longer, but no longer than 1.5-2hrs. Hope that helps!
#7
Thank you for all your help. There are so many pushchairs/Prams to decide from. I look out for travel system deal to be on the safe side.
#8
Nicgm7
MVCSAVE10 discount code works for extra 10% off.
The Silver Cross reflex pushchair is down to £144 with this code if anyone would prefer it.
Would anyone recommend one of these for my first pram or would I also need a travel system with carry cot? I already have a baby car seat. Both say fully reclines for newborn but I want to be safe. Thanks



It depends on your personal preference. Pushchairs that lie flat are suitable for a newborn though I agree with the recommendation to add a cocoon as they usually like to be enclosed.
If you travel by car a lot then definitely get one you can clip a car seat on. If you drive to town or a friends you can let baby sleep in it for a bit. I wouldn't worry too much about that they can't stay very long in it, they need cuddles, fed and changing more frequently than the duration they can stay in it.
You can get a pushchair with a carseat or get one that includes the carrycot. If you want baby to face you when lying flat you need either a carrycot or a pushchair that the seat detaches to face you or outwards so you can see baby. Not all reversal seats are suitable from birth so do double check.
For me the most important aspect of any travel system is that the compatible car seat does really well in crash tests. besafe, cybex, Maxi cosi and Britax have great reputations for exceeding the minimum safety requirements. adapters can be bought for many brands of pushchair.

For the pushchair bear in mind the size of your car boot, the weight to lift it in and out, big wheels if in the country, narrow stroller if mainly in town. Size of the basket and adjustable handle.
The raincover and cosytoes and car seat adapters can be expensive extras so if they are included all the better
#9
Nicgm7
Thank you for all your help. There are so many pushchairs/Prams to decide from. I look out for travel system deal to be on the safe side.


maybe try a armadillo flip or sola, the seat flips so baby can face you or the world and the carseat fits chassis. id keep an eye on mamas website they have offers on them every so often
1 Like #10
Thanks for all your help. I managed to pick up an ex-display bugaboo cameleon 3 yesterday in John Lewis with carrycot for £390. One more thing off the to do list! The advice every one gave really helped me decide.

Edited By: Nicgm7 on Dec 11, 2016 10:43

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