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Help with finding a buggy please

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
I would appreciate any help possible with this please as I cannot seem to find what I am looking for.

I need to get a new buggy for my LO. It needs to have a fairly decent handle height (i.e 110cm+) as I am nearly 6 foot and am sick of stooping to push a buggy, with adjustable backrest that lies as flat as possible, must be quite roomy as my daughter is nearly 2 but very tall and she looks 'stuffed in' in her current one.

Ideally less than £100 (but as cheap as possible) as once she stops legging it whenever she gets a chance to walk it won't be in use constantly.

Any recommendations, deals, voucher codes etc greatly appreciated, as I know there are many bargain hunters on here that can hunt things down very easily (unlike me, it takes me hours to buy a simple thing lol).

Thanks in advance x
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
we have a mclaren and that has extendable handle height and backrest can go very low - useful for when she falls asleep in it
#2
maclaren techno xt.. or a baby jogger city mini. no vouchers im afraid
#3
I haven't seen many about that are high, i have a stokke, which I love but i have just put it on eBay as my daughter is outgrown it, i was looking for something else that wasn't too low and saw very little, out there. I bought a zia, it is low, and steers horribly but there was really very little choice of nice buggys.

Edited By: skellysgirl on Mar 22, 2011 17:44
#4
Thanks for the input, I see it's not just me that is having probs then skellysgirl.

I was thinking about a Maclaren as I know they do have the features I want, but trying to be a bit tight as I don't really want to spend £115+ on a buggy, especially as she is on her 3rd already loL!
#5
Silvercross pop handles were high....
I would suggest a trip to mothercare/babies r us and test them out before you buy :)
#6
silkymolo
Thanks for the input, I see it's not just me that is having probs then skellysgirl.

I was thinking about a Maclaren as I know they do have the features I want, but trying to be a bit tight as I don't really want to spend £115+ on a buggy, especially as she is on her 3rd already loL!


I have to admit, buggies have shot up in price, didn't find hardly anything under £100 really. Even the umbrella ones were all towards £50. Could find really cheap ones for around £20 but when you need something that can lie down and get accesiories for they were pricey. I found mother care did have a good range, just try thee and buy online.
#7
Obaby
#8
http://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/categorydisplay17A_542%2B37_10751_14601_filter_set_-1_14601_10001_14601

http://www.kiddicare.com/wcsstore/ConsumerDirect/images/catalog/KC21812/KC21812_l.jpg

http://www.kiddicare.com/wcsstore/ConsumerDirect/images/catalog/KC21812/KC21812-alt2_l.jpg

i have this buggy and its brill lays flat for sleeping, had 5 positions £80

H104 x W47 x D84 cm

comes in loads of different colurs and includes rain cover


Edited By: ilovepink on Mar 22, 2011 18:52
#9
http://www.boots.com/en/Cosatto-Yo-Pushchair-with-Wave-Footmuff_1036234/

I have bought this,should be here anyday. I used a code on here for 5% off, I get 10 points per £1 cos of parenting club, I did buy some nappies and wipes at same time,but time I got the money off plus points the pushchair worked out at £128.07 and I got back £22.36 of points,so just over £100 for a pushchair. It comes with footmuff and raincover too,also available in a few other colours,not all of which are on offer at Boots.com.

I usually buy Hauck Winnie the Pooh ones off eBay but not much on there at moment,there was the same one I bought last April but didn't want same one again. My right back wheel,the tyre was stripping off so it was time for a new one, do too much walking !
#11
Thank you so much everybody, definitely given me some options to look at!!

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