Joie Brisk one handed fold, fully reclining, car seat compatible stroller/pushcahir(which also fits in my small fiesta boot) half price £59.99 at Argos
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Joie Brisk one handed fold, fully reclining, car seat compatible stroller/pushcahir(which also fits in my small fiesta boot) half price £59.99 at Argos

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Found 1st Sep 2013
I had to put this on here as I have been waiting for this to go down and half price is a very good reduction. It came yesterday and its great, one handed fold, reclining, you can alter the calf support, and very sturdy. It may not be a well known make yet, but they are British made and seem to be very popular and when researching have very good reviews.
Being sold in Toys are us and Mothercare too for over £100.

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I do like the look of this stroller but we tried it out in the shop, yes it is sturdy and it does push well but the release button on the harness doesn't take much of a push to open, which is a shame cause I would have bought this otherwise, my daughter currently opens the release on our b dual and jumps out at the age of 2, this would be less of a challenge! Hope this helps someone =)

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madmoo1271

I do like the look of this stroller but we tried it out in the shop, yes … I do like the look of this stroller but we tried it out in the shop, yes it is sturdy and it does push well but the release button on the harness doesn't take much of a push to open, which is a shame cause I would have bought this otherwise, my daughter currently opens the release on our b dual and jumps out at the age of 2, this would be less of a challenge! Hope this helps someone =)


Ah my little one is only coming up to 5 months, but likes to look around so we decided on a stroller. I guess it depends whether you're child likes to try to escape lol what a monkey! Personally I think its a fab pushchair and I'm really please with it - I can't say that was something I noticed as I suppose its not important for me. Thanks for your comment, have you considered a padlock lol

Edited by: "veja_du" 1st Sep 2013

Not yet but we occasionally tie a bit of tape around the harnesses once we've buckled her in, at least if she pops it open they stay together! Isn't most attractive! Suppose the buggy snuggle will be back on soon! Buckle aside I'd have bought it and still slightly tempted as we've a 9 month old too, I shouldn't be let loose near pushchairs I used to be a pramaholic, before the recession of course!

Voted hot btw!

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I'm the same, we've had our pram which was a ladybird one, not a great make but was good price and was brilliant for him newborn. now though he wants to sit up and look around so great excuse for a new one lol! Maybe your son won't try to escape? it is a good afterall ... He he x

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or daughter lol. Dont know why I thought it was a boy sorry!

Great deal. Maybe I should just buy it and just tell the wife we'll just have to get another baby to put in it. Lol. :-p

does anyone know if this would recline flat? Thanks

pishposhping

does anyone know if this would recline flat? Thanks

Yes it does

At first glance I thought it was a 'one hand to push it' buggy.
Which I thought would have been ideal for some mothers where I live.
Leaving their other hand free to hold a mobile phone whilst pushing their precious cargo off a traffic island into oncoming vehicles.

Edited by: "AnywhereButHere" 2nd Sep 2013

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pishposhping

does anyone know if this would recline flat? Thanks


I've put a link to video in first post. If you want a look x

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AnywhereButHere

At first glance I thought it was a 'one hand to push it' buggy.Which I … At first glance I thought it was a 'one hand to push it' buggy.Which I thought would have been ideal for some mothers where I live.Leaving their other hand free to hold a mobile phone whilst pushing their precious cargo off a traffic island into oncoming vehicles.


Oh no! The one I saw was is it peaches geldof ?? Papped with her baby on the floor after the pushchair tipped over and she was too busy saving her phone. And what's worse is she said she was strapped in but clearly wasn't . Google it and see. Shocking. Really got me annoyed!

looks good, can you get footmuff with matching colour somewhere, they have only blue one at argos and cant find any other one on google

Good price, voted hot, though i don't much rate Ladybird strollers. Great on paper, but having a Ladybird myself they're not as sturdy as you'd hope, especially with the weight of a small child in. That's just my own experience though, i'm sure others are happy x

I bought this in black from mothercare a couple of days ago for £70 (I knew argos had this one but didnt fancy red ) and its a fantastic buggy. so easy to move and steer and its very sturdy. the buckles open up completely meaning my son can slide out on to his feet without my help when its time to get out which I find very useful too. and storage part at bottom is huge. I bought a footmuff off ebay for £15 too so its fab

veja_du

Oh no! The one I saw was is it peaches geldof ?? Papped with her baby on … Oh no! The one I saw was is it peaches geldof ?? Papped with her baby on the floor after the pushchair tipped over and she was too busy saving her phone. And what's worse is she said she was strapped in but clearly wasn't . Google it and see. Shocking. Really got me annoyed!



lol, happened to me this morning on the way to the nursery! Luckily I saw her approaching the mini-roundabout and slowed down. When she walked straight in to the road without looking over her shoulder I braked hard and was able to stop comfortably. When she suddenly stopped and noticed me, I carried on driving past only to get a look off her as if to say 'how dare I not give her way'!
Had I been caught pulling out at a junction without looking whilst using my mobile, I'd get a heavy fine plus points. With my kids in the back, it would be the least I'd deserve!

edit: btw, hot deal! very tempted even though my max budget is around £40 for a stroller. Need one for holiday but don't want to spend too much as I know we'll trash it.
Edited by: "Guan" 2nd Sep 2013

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MrsSmith2012

I bought this in black from mothercare a couple of days ago for £70 (I … I bought this in black from mothercare a couple of days ago for £70 (I knew argos had this one but didnt fancy red ) and its a fantastic buggy. so easy to move and steer and its very sturdy. the buckles open up completely meaning my son can slide out on to his feet without my help when its time to get out which I find very useful too. and storage part at bottom is huge. I bought a footmuff off ebay for £15 too so its fab


fab I want a foot muff so will have a look on ebay. I had my reservations about the red but its really nice and I'm pleased with it. lovely Ferrari red lol.

thanks OP. picked mine up yesterday and very pleased with it and the price

This is expired which is a shame. They sell for £50 second hand on ebay!
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