Hauck Sport compact lightweight folding buggy £25 instore @ Asda
Hauck Sport compact lightweight folding buggy £25 instore @ Asda

Hauck Sport compact lightweight folding buggy £25 instore @ Asda

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The Hauck Sport is a compact lightweight folding buggy. It has fixed or swivel front wheels, a multi-position stepless backrest, suitable from birth, a large fold back hood, removable playtray and a parent tray with drinks recess (cold drinks only!). There is an extended adjustable leg rest, comfortable foam covered handle, large shopping basket, fixed footrest

Have seen instore today dont know if you can buy online.

This is my first post of a deal and don't know how to attach a picture


Not a very sturdy buggy, the front extendable leg rest snapped after a short while!
Cheap make, wouldn't recommend!

I think this is the one you mean:
Asda have done it at this price as part of their Baby event a few times and it is a reasonable price for a buggy with these features BUT as the above poster mentioned it's not the most well built, in my experience, after 3 months use, one of the front wheels came off with my daughter on board and so mine got swiftly returned to Argos where I purchased it! A friend of mine had the same problem and returned her's also, I haven't voted though on this one.

we bought this about 3 months ago always at this price. Only bought because it fits perfectly in the boot of my very small car (Fiat Panda).
NOT a good pram, it feels more like a toy pram when pushing it, dont think it would last very long if this was your main pram. In other words you can tell it is cheap compared to some others, so much so that I have just invested in a better quality buggy.
At the end of the day you pay for what you get. Its fine if you just want a cheap run around/second buggy.
Not voted hot or cold as I personally did not like it even though there was nothing actually wrong with it.

Original Poster

havin just used this buggy for the first time since posting it, i would agree with all you guys, bought it as it fits in our car and my pram doesn't, but it feels like a toy buggy. My wee boy is only eight weeks old and you can steer it ok, but if you had a toddler in the buggy, i could image it being pretty hard to navigate, Dont know if asda would take it back after i've used it outside though!
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