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Bushbaby Pinnacle Child Carrier Hiking Backpack - £122.36 With Code @ Absolute Snow
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Bushbaby Pinnacle Child Carrier Hiking Backpack - £122.36 With Code @ Absolute Snow

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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Bushbaby Pinnacle
With Active Suspension
Pinnacle has been designed using our patented suspension system. The wearer’s comfort is enhanced by shock absorbing technology in the frame, removing the excess strain from the spine. The heavier the child the better it works.

Developed around our lightweight anodised aluminium pack-down frame for easy storage and transportation.

A full packaway raincover and UV protective sun canopy are included.

The Bigeye max adjustable back-system is fully adjustable to allow all heights to carry and is non-slip for extra peace of mind while carrying.

The main pocket has two sections, helping keep clean and dirty clothes separate from food and drinks.

Pinnacle is ideal for extended trips over rougher terrain and daily use.

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Pinnacle RRP
£240.00 – click here to find a stockist

Pinnacle Features
Frame designed for improved shock-absorption (Patent Pending)
Loading stabiliser for easy and safe loading
Carrier packs flat for storage and air travel
Easy adjust BIGEYE multi position back system
Includes a packaway raincover (fits over the sun canopy)
UV protective sun canopy with mesh front & sides included (folds flat and is stored in base)
Safe and secure 3-point child seat & harness
Ergonomic swivel hip-belt for enhanced fit
Double pockets on the hip-belt
Viewing mirror included
Bottle holders, to keep them upright
Hydration system compatable
Footloops included for a more comfortable ride for older children
Pinnacle Specification
Carrier weight : 2.6kg
Carrier dimensions : 80x31x12cm (when flat)
Carrying weight limit : 20kg
Storage capacity : 31 ltrs
Age range : 5/6 months – 4 years
Adult height range : 5ft – 6.4ft
Max Waist / chest : 50” / 52”
Tested to and passes BS EN 13209-04 safety standard
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16 Comments
Ready for transporting the next generation of spoiled brats with no sense of adventure or an immune system.
What happened to slinging them around in an Ikea bag, with the shopping?

Good grief. Fit a gps, and it probably has a higher comfort spec than my car!
TristanDeCoonha23/11/2019 20:11

Ready for transporting the next generation of spoiled brats with no sense …Ready for transporting the next generation of spoiled brats with no sense of adventure or an immune system.What happened to slinging them around in an Ikea bag, with the shopping?Good grief. Fit a gps, and it probably has a higher comfort spec than my car!


This is more for going hiking with a baby, but whatever floats your boat! Also, you should probably buy a better car...
Why is this being voted cold?
Edited by: "sircoynie" 23rd Nov 2019
sircoynie23/11/2019 21:46

Why is this being voted cold?


Clearly people don't know the going rate for these... I thought it was a good deal anyway
I’m confused, can anyone who has voted cold please explain?
sircoynie24/11/2019 07:04

I’m confused, can anyone who has voted cold please explain?



£120 for a backpack with some mesh? Definitely cold. I just realised the carrying limit is only 20KG. It's not even a good backpack.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 24th Nov 2019
Do you have links to better child carrier equivalents then as I am looking. Thanks
I am now guessing that people don’t actually know what they are voting for on this offer now as I haven’t had any valid response?

I think I am going to go for this as I can’t find anything better?
It was this or a littlelife one for me, this was cheaper and best price i could find so I've ordered
A little bit more expensive but is this a better carrier?

outdoorgb.com/p/D…BwE
I still haven’t committed to this as I still don’t understand the cold votes?

Any experts in this area/experience would be appreciated to why this isn’t a good deal and why I should look elsewhere (any other deals available)?

Thanks
Thanks op, this is just what I was looking for. There are some really positive review out there. This should be hot. Amazon has a Deuter for 115£, also a good deal. Ended up going with the BushBaby because of all the little extras (mesh net, mirror, bottle loops).


amazon.co.uk/Deu…c=1
plork02/12/2019 16:40

Thanks op, this is just what I was looking for. There are some really …Thanks op, this is just what I was looking for. There are some really positive review out there. This should be hot. Amazon has a Deuter for 115£, also a good deal. Ended up going with the BushBaby because of all the little extras (mesh net, mirror, bottle loops).https://www.amazon.co.uk/Deuter-Comfort-Childrens-Backpack-Multicolour/dp/B07GL4VQMD/ref=asc_df_B07GL4VQMD/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=309115980391&hvpos=1o3&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14078628588311949618&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007336&hvtargid=pla-698368293243&psc=1&th=1&psc=1


Finally someone that gets it
Ordered
Received today, not 100% convinced with the quality but will give it a go.

Also: No viewing mirror was included, I have had to email them. Anyone else get the mirror?
sircoynie06/12/2019 11:52

Received today, not 100% convinced with the quality but will give it a go. …Received today, not 100% convinced with the quality but will give it a go. Also: No viewing mirror was included, I have had to email them. Anyone else get the mirror?


Mine was in the tiny pocket on the hip strap, although you'd struggle to see much in it!
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