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Advice re buggy/pushchair

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Looking for a reasonably price (c.£50) buggy, with hood/raincover for a boy. To be used at grannys house, so something lightweight and preferably umbrella fold, just wondering if anybody has seen any. I know asda had a couple but wasnt sure of the quality. Any advice gratefully received - thank you.
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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Argos seem to have some offers on. Also my local mamas and papas had about 10 ex demo strollers all with footmuffs half price or better!

In terms of the what i'd reccommend - we have the mothercare pick and mix puschair which is very light weight.

Sometimes the really cheap ones are low handles and hard to turn the front wheels.

Good luck!
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Thanks for that. Will have a look at those stores..


nefertiti6969
Argos seem to have some offers on. Also my local mamas and papas had about 10 ex demo strollers all with footmuffs half price or better!

In terms of the what i'd reccommend - we have the mothercare pick and mix puschair which is very light weight.

Sometimes the really cheap ones are low handles and hard to turn the front wheels.

Good luck!
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http://www.smythstoys.com/strollers-pushchairs-326sc/chicco-liteway-stoller-blue-h07218pd.aspx?qwSessionID=0bc5f6d7-c40c-4a7b-9b48-ae6d5b703027

This was posted up on here,saw it last night,if you a store nearby might be worth getting 1 but bit more than you wanted to pay.

I personally would recommend Hauck pushchairs,I've bought 3 in all ( had 2 for my daughter and on 1 with my youngest now ) will buy another Hauck later in year. Usually can pick up off eBay for about £45-50 delivered. I always buy the Disney design ones!

Edited By: Mum2ConnornCerys on Feb 03, 2011 16:38
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My sister just bought M&P Pipi from Argos, hers was £64.99 because of the pattern but they have one in a different pattern for £37.99, it's a really good pushchair x

I had an Obaby buggy with my little one, it only lasted about 6 months, just about fell apart.

Edited By: RosieWoo on Feb 03, 2011 16:44
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Mum2ConnornCerys
http://www.smythstoys.com/strollers-pushchairs-326sc/chicco-liteway-stoller-blue-h07218pd.aspx?qwSessionID=0bc5f6d7-c40c-4a7b-9b48-ae6d5b703027

This was posted up on here,saw it last night,if you a store nearby might be worth getting 1 but bit more than you wanted to pay.

I personally would recommend Hauck pushchairs,I've bought 3 in all ( had 2 for my daughter and on 1 with my youngest now ) will buy another Hauck next year. Usually can pick up off eBay for about £45-50 delivered. I always buy the Disney design ones!


Thanks for the advice!!! Will check out hauck too!
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No worries, like i said i have one (in pink) and the reviews are pretty good....from experience its very easy to steer etc and DD falls asleep in it no problem as it lays all the way down comes with matching rain cover thats very easy to put on to :-)
#10
tesco direct have a chicco stroller -reclines too! £25 looks ok for price
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tesco direct have a chicco stroller -reclines too! £25 looks ok for price

Will check it out too thanks

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