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Tesco Pink Stroller was £19.99 (half price) just £9.99!

£9.99 @ Tesco Direct
Great Little Stroller we picked up to keep in the car boot - its a no frills model but for £9.99 you cant argue. We looked everywhere for a pink stroller and couldn't come close to this price. We boug… Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Great Little Stroller we picked up to keep in the car boot - its a no frills model but for £9.99 you cant argue. We looked everywhere for a pink stroller and couldn't come close to this price. We bought it at Tesco Irlam (It was ticked incorrectly on the shelf though)
Great Reviews on Reevoo linked from tescos page 8.1/10!
Step out in style with this Kitty pink Tesco stroller. It is made from steel tube with a powder coating and has plastic foam wheels. It has a single layer, wipe clean only, seat with 5 point safety harness. Age range from 6 months.

PS - If anyone can link to a review from Watchdog - I would love to see it. Youtube or otherwise Thanks
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#1
walk away watchdog tested it unsafe dont buy it
1 Like #2
Can you send me a link because my daughter is using this as we speak. I would love to find out what they said. Thanks
#3
it was on a couple of weeks ago
#4
I wouldn't put my child in that, sorry... Her dolly mayb??
#5
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I wouldn't put my child in that, sorry... Her dolly mayb??


Why not?
It feels like i'm being accused of being a bad parent here - Just to let you know I am a father of three healthy and happy children (all fingers accounted for - Maclaren).
I cannot see any issue with this stroller. It seems sturdy enough to me and the material looks strong enough too. We are not mountain climbing/ adventuring in this or anything.

(please note her main pram is a Mammas and Pappas Pliko Travel System with all the extras) This is simply to keep in the boot when popping to the shops.

If somebody can show me what Watchdog have said then I will gladly backdown, and I will return it for a refund.

Until then this is a good deal for £10 people - whats the matter with you.
1 Like #6
Hot deal. If it's passes the test why isn't it safe? They should withdraw the product?
#7
I have one which I use all the time. i also have a more expensive one that i bought in boots but its bulky so i use the Tesco one more often. Had no problems with mine at all. Its a great little compact buggy...wont be taking mine back ! I am a safety concious mother , there are more dangers to worry about ..they would have to pass a safety test to be sold in the first place.
1 Like #8
I'd be interested to hear about the issue with it too. We're looking to get something like this for holiday as it's light & easily stored on a plane.

Great price.
1 Like #9
just bought one ...... thanks for post
Ideal for camping as it's compact

OHH am I a bad parent "! Aye right !
1 Like #10
LOUGHBORO GUY
it was on a couple of weeks ago


No mention of it on BBC Watchdog website, provide a link as requested, or retract your statement.
1 Like #11
Cenobite
I'd be interested to hear about the issue with it too. We're looking to get something like this for holiday as it's light & easily stored on a plane.

Great price.


i HAVE ONE AND ITS GREAT FOR TRAVELLING, ITS COMPACT AND LIGHT WEIGHT. HAD MINE FOR 6 MONTHS...NO PROBLEMS AT ALL. STILL LOOKS LOVELY AND FUNCTIONS PROPERLY, NO BROKEN PARTS OR DETERIATION !:thumbsup:
#12
:thumbsup:

Cheers, I'll take a look on the way home tonight then. Only need it to last 2 weeks in the summer, so it sounds & looks ideal. With all the weight restrictions & stress while travelling, taking your normal pram's not an attractive thought.

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