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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Hello can someone help. I am looking to buy a buggy board as i have two children my daughter who is three and my son who is 5 months, So taking a double buggy is too cumbersome. Has anyone experianced having one? Are they any good? please help!
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
My Daughter Had One. It Was Fine For Short Periods But Not For Long Walks Etc. Hope This Helps You. :)
#2
I had one and found it very useful the only problem i had was when it was not in use & folded against the pushchair it would sometimes fall down and hit me in the shins :lol:
#3
if you are looking for one try posting a wanted ad on your local freecycle group. i know in my group there have been a couple in the past. might be worth a try
#4
I have never heard of freecycle.:oops: How does it work?
#5
I not had a buggy board before but we had a something called Seat to Go which worked like a buggy board which your child could stand on plus there was a panel above which they could sit on. It was a waste of money,I was kind of rushed into buying it at the time,I don't very often buy something thats no good but in this case it was. As for the buggy boards,I've heard mixed feelings,some don't like and some think they great.

Also if you put anything like a buggyboard onto a pram or pushchair it makes the gurantee not valid,ok your not going tell the shop that you had such a thing on,but it be obvious as the bars will be marked and they can tell a device as been on. Its stupid they sell an item thats used with something that make something invalidate the gurantee.

When our daughter was born,our son wasn't going be 3 for a few mths so similar ages to what you have if there was noone else to push him,I would either carry my daughter in a baby carrier,this I did in the early mths,or he simply had to walk. We did look into buy a Bertini pram and looked into buying a toddler seat to go on top made by Bertini so not to spoil gurantee but found he was going be too heavy for the seat.

I think if I was in your situation and you do already have the double buggy then I would stick to that,failing that make her walk when your out,my son soon got used to it!
#6
If you do make her walk,invest in some good quality reins,they very much free spirits at that age,my daughter still is even tho nearly 5,she acts very independent!
#7
badgerrules
I have never heard of freecycle.:oops: How does it work?


http://www.freecycle.org/
find your local group here then apply to it. you will get emails daily or whenever you prefer. people will post emails saying they are offering something or you can post a wanted email. its controlled through yahoo groups. its easy when you get into it
#8
Mum2Connor&Cerys
If you do make her walk,invest in some good quality reins,they very much free spirits at that age,my daughter still is even tho nearly 5,she acts very independent!


just about to take my 2 year old out on her reigns. she loves them!
#9
Hi there. I used a buggy board for a long time when my second child was born. My eldest was 2yrs 9mths and she absolutely loved going on it. In my view, they are the best invention for kids, ever. Try and get a second hand one (maybe there is an NCT sale somewhere near you soon, or check For Sale in your local paper) as they do the job just as well as the incredibly expensive new ones. If you are using the buggy with just one child, then they clip off really easily - although the actual fixings for it stay on the buggy. Make sure you get the strap to go with it so if you are out and about and your eldest isn't on the board for a while you can raise it up and hold it up with the strap. HTH :-D
#10
donnydude
just about to take my 2 year old out on her reigns. she loves them!


Yeh we got Pooh ones,they belonged to my 1st and they put by for another.
#11
Yep, i have just finished using my buggy board, its brilliant, loved it and served the purpose well for what i needed it to do, i sometimes had 2 of my sons on it at once!! Which was great as i could keep them 2 together as they were double trouble lol
#12
If you do buy one,be careful using it,if the path is slightly uneven or you go over a raised slab your child is liable to fall off.They no good if were you going be walking is particularly hilly,weird slants in path etc,takes me all the time to get off this bend where I live its like sloping down and you go to get on the kerb and the pushchair slides back down if your not quick about it, thats with just a pushchair nevermind with buggyboard on aswell.
#13
I have the seat to go one which is brand new and i could sell it to you if you are interested. I bought it but put it together and never used it as it didnt fit on my double buggy - yes i have 3 little ones!
#14
pinkkitty2007
I have the seat to go one which is brand new and i could sell it to you if you are interested. I bought it but put it together and never used it as it didnt fit on my double buggy - yes i have 3 little ones!


How much were you looking to get for it?

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