** Half Price** TOY 3 Wheeled Jogger - Red and Blue £12.49 @ Argos (Doll not included) [Reserve & Collect]
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** Half Price** TOY 3 Wheeled Jogger - Red and Blue £12.49 @ Argos (Doll not included) [Reserve & Collect]

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Found 11th Nov 2009Made hot 11th Nov 2009
3 wheel metal framed pushchair with canopy and storage tray.
Doll not included.
Suitable for dolls up to 60cm.
Colours and styles may vary.
Size (H)59, (W)35, (L)73cms.
Age 3 years and over.

15 Comments

Original Poster

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Sloth/Mod

Before anyone gets carried away.............these are for DOLLS........not real kids. :-D

Thanks for this Adam :thumbsup:

Do they cut off dolls fingers off like the real ones? And why do McClaren think its ok for British kids to loose their fingers but not Americal ones????

DaveIB;6859190

And why do McClaren think its ok for British kids to loose their fingers … And why do McClaren think its ok for British kids to loose their fingers but not Americal ones????



Because contrary to all the right-wing pillock's opinion we don't really have a "compensation culture" in this country. If a child lost it's finger in the USA because of a known product fault the sky is the limit for how much it could sue the manufacturer for. In this country the compensation would be very very limited. McClaren have made a hard nosed business decision that the amount they will have to pay out in future compensation claims is much less than how much a recall would cost. They have of course stupidly underestimated the effect the bad publicity will have had on their sales - idiots.

Sloth/Mod

DaveIB;6859190

Do they cut off dolls fingers off like the real ones? And why do … Do they cut off dolls fingers off like the real ones? And why do McClaren think its ok for British kids to loose their fingers but not Americal ones????



More to the point.............what idiot folds a buggy with their kid in it to make it possible?? :? Oh wait.........we are talking about the Americans. :-D

Syzable;6859808

More to the point.............what idiot folds a buggy with their kid in … More to the point.............what idiot folds a buggy with their kid in it to make it possible?? :? Oh wait.........we are talking about the Americans. :-D



Yeah who would dream of using a baby product within 50 metres of a child? In fact you'd be mad to have a baby buggy in the house if you had kids. Complete stupidity to expect a buggy manufacturer to consider the risk of child finger amputation during their design process.

Sloth/Mod

VDisillusioned;6860724

Yeah who would dream of using a baby product within 50 metres of a child? … Yeah who would dream of using a baby product within 50 metres of a child? In fact you'd be mad to have a baby buggy in the house if you had kids. Complete stupidity to expect a buggy manufacturer to consider the risk of child finger amputation during their design process.



Parents have to take responsiblilty at some point. It's common sense. I've managed to not chop any parts of my 3 kids off. It's not hard.

What about not having knives in the house then?? :roll:

Syzable;6861842

What about not having knives in the house then?? :roll:



You buy sharp knives for your children? How do you manage to stop them cutting their fingers off?
I bow down before you, your child care skills must be much better than mine. I keep my children away from knives but I do find I have to use buggies near them. I haven't had safety issues, but then I didn't buy McClaren.

Not as hot as the Maclaren buggies offering a few finger discount :P

Your on form Adam :thumbsup:

Syzable;6861842

Parents have to take responsiblilty at some point. It's common sense.



no, not true... the state should wipe all of our backsides. we are all moronic helpless bags of meat who are incapable of independent thought and responsibility.

i think its a conspiracy, an evil plot hatched by maclaren to reduce the number of future computer users because there are too many t*ssers on the internet :thumbsup:

shame they cant chop my fingers off

See on the news today that McClaren are now going to adapt their buggies in England. This should be worldwide and not just where a fuss is made about it. For those who don't know keep children away from buggies when you folding or erecting them.

DaveIB;6864039

For those who don't know keep children away from buggies when you … For those who don't know keep children away from buggies when you folding or erecting them.



Well, who could imagine a situation where someone who isn't responsible has actually operated a buggy?

I'm sure there has been never been an instance where someone who has not read the instructions, taken a safety course and received a certificate on buggy safety has put up a pushchair.

I'm sure no buggy has ever been put up by an unruly older sibling, foolish relative or well meaning but ignorant stranger.

It's been a very rare occasion that I have put up a buggy when the children are not either safely strapped into car seats or still indoors. But I can imagine situations where a stressed, harassed, distracted or possibly ill person might put up a buggy and not see a child lurch forward and put their fingers in harms way.

Accidents happen and they often happen to you because of the unexpected actions of people not in your control. Whilst an expectation of care can be made of potential users, safety must be built into design, particularly with products that by their very nature are expected to be used in the presence of persons who can not be expected to be fully responsible, ie children.
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This is now £9.99 if you want to edit the OP.
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