BARGAIN PUSHCHAIR WITH RAINCOVER MINNIE/MICKEY MOUSE REDUCED FROM £69.99 TO ONLY £24.99
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BARGAIN PUSHCHAIR WITH RAINCOVER MINNIE/MICKEY MOUSE REDUCED FROM £69.99 TO ONLY £24.99

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Found 24th Sep 2008Made hot 24th Sep 2008
It's a superb bargain - a nice looking, easy to use pushchair - available in blue or pink & it comes with a matching raincover which is a big bonus. Great for public transport, holidays or general use. They are much better looking & better quality than I expected & better than anything else you would get for a similar price.
I've personally bought 2 Minnie Mouse ones for my youngest daughters & I am very happy with them. The only downside is that there is no shopping basket - but you might be able to get one from Mothercare or use one off an old pushchair.
Available in store on online ordering.
Details
Suitable from 6 months to 15kg.
Steel chassis.
Multi recline padded seat.
Front facing seat.
Sponge clean only.
Safety harness with D rings.
Lockable swivel wheels.
Suspension on all wheels.
Linked brakes.
Detachable hood.
Handle height 102cm.
Weight 7.5kg.
One hand/umbrella fold.
Folded dimensions (L)114, (W)30, (D)23cm.
Complies with BSEN 1888

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http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/49-3762060A70UC494262X.jpg

Also in blue same price

been posted before sorry

Original Poster

Sorry I must have missed it. This should be a picture of the seat from the front - something you won't see in the catalogue! I think it's very pretty!
(Ignore the basket underneath - it's off an old buggy)

http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/svrobinson/DSC00586-1.jpg

my missus got one from last post they are very good for monies and better than the toysrus brand

do they recline right back for little one sleeping? or does their head lie floppy??

hunter1356;3042945

do they recline right back for little one sleeping? or does their head … do they recline right back for little one sleeping? or does their head lie floppy??



if its from 6 months it usually means it doesnt lie flat

hunter1356;3042945

do they recline right back for little one sleeping? or does their head … do they recline right back for little one sleeping? or does their head lie floppy??



I think it does recline as in the description it says multi recline padded seat :thumbsup:

Would it be sturdy enough for an older child? (to take on holiday for when they're tired in the evening?)

Thanks

x

Original Poster

It would probably be ok for an older child depending on their size & weight - the max weight limit is 15kg. I'm sure my middle daughter will be fine in it at 3-4 as she is a real lightweight, but I wouldn't put my nearly 4 year old son in it because he is quite heavy & big for his age!

It does recline a little, but it doesn't go right back so its not enough for a new baby. It's suitable for a child who is close to sitting up on it's own. My 7mth old daughter isn't sitting up unaided yet, but she is fine in it when its reclined.
HTH.

Banned

I can't see the price reduction ?

Original Poster

It doesn't show the reduction on the website but it does show it on the flyer that you can pick up in the store. On the flyer it says it was £69.99 (which I think is over-priced - I would say it's worth about £50 at the most. Having a free raincover included will save some loot too.

Heat added...thankyou so much for this... i realy needed a buggy to take with my on holiday and my son is a die hard mickey fan...
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