HAUCK Sport SP 12 Buggy @ Lidl for £39.99
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HAUCK Sport SP 12 Buggy @ Lidl for £39.99

£39.99
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Found 5th Sep 2016
2 colors to choose from. Red and black.
Stylish buggy with various adjustable seating positions and removable security bar
Easy to put up and down, with a compact, lightweight design ideal for everyday use
Adjustable back, foot rest and handle for a comfy ride as your child grows
Extra large storage basket, perfect for carrying changing bags and shopping
With 4-wheel suspension, a comfy padded 5-point safety belt and secure back wheel brake
Folds back into pram-style buggy suitable for use from 0 months up to 15kg

Sale from 8th Sept

5 Comments

Original Poster

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Edited by: "KatsudonVince" 5th Sep 2016

it's rubbish don't bother. I have it. it's impossible to monuver. Waste of money

beckyredka

it's rubbish don't bother. I have it. it's impossible to monuver. Waste … it's rubbish don't bother. I have it. it's impossible to monuver. Waste of money



I would tend to agree with how it manoeuvres but I wouldn't say its a waste of money - it all depends on your use case and what else is better at the £50 or under bracket.

Got this for the same price last year from Argos basically to take on holiday and to keep as a lightweight stroller spare. Having small wheels compared to our Maxi-cosi it can't cope with bumpy streets and you need 2 hands on it but considering it cost 10-times less I'd expect the Hauck to be worse!

You do get what you pay for, but it seems fairly comfortable compared to some of the alternatives we saw at the time. It also has a rudimentary recline so your kid can sleep.

The latch snapped off after a couple of weeks but otherwise it is fine. I wouldn't recommend this for a child under the age of 12months but once they start walking it is easier to carry this around buggy unfriendly places (like the tube) than a travel system.

RedmanDealer

I would tend to agree with how it manoeuvres but I wouldn't say its a … I would tend to agree with how it manoeuvres but I wouldn't say its a waste of money - it all depends on your use case and what else is better at the £50 or under bracket.Got this for the same price last year from Argos basically to take on holiday and to keep as a lightweight stroller spare. Having small wheels compared to our Maxi-cosi it can't cope with bumpy streets and you need 2 hands on it but considering it cost 10-times less I'd expect the Hauck to be worse!You do get what you pay for, but it seems fairly comfortable compared to some of the alternatives we saw at the time. It also has a rudimentary recline so your kid can sleep.The latch snapped off after a couple of weeks but otherwise it is fine. I wouldn't recommend this for a child under the age of 12months but once they start walking it is easier to carry this around buggy unfriendly places (like the tube) than a travel system.



Someone posted a Chico one yesterday I think. Much better. I have had both and Chico wins. I got the hauck one for £15 and it was good at that price. It was to take on a plane so did not want to risk our expensive pram

We spent a lot of time looking at strollers and looked at this but weren't impressed.

In the end for £67 we bought "
Baby Stroller Zeta Vooom Hearts And Stars Complete Plum" from Baby Travel UK and it's been fantastic, it did really well on holiday too.
(I'm not affiliated with either company)
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