Maclaren Quest Pushchair in Black/ Silver now £129 Del @ Amazon
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Maclaren Quest Pushchair in Black/ Silver now £129 Del @ Amazon

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Mod & Ed
Found 6th Apr
Great price for this Maclaren Quest Pushchair in Black/ Silver, excellent reviews across the net too.

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A favourite among busy parents who need a compact yet full-featured buggy. Ideal for newborn babies and children up to 15kg. Quest features a full recline 4-position seat with convenient one-handed adjustment, extendable leg rest, and built-in Newborn Safety SystemTM.

  • Basic weight of 5.7kg; suitable for newborns and children up to 15kg.
  • A four-position cosy quilted recline seat, extendable leg rest with memory position and built-in newborn safety systemTM
  • Includes: premium wind-resistant raincover; compatible with maclaren carrycot
  • Extendable upf 50+/waterproof sun canopy and sunvisor; viewing window on hood; built-in storage pocket
  • Four wheel suspension and self-service replaceable parts available
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We have pink version....it is to rough on ground for a new born imo...however my and my wife are the only ones who can do the strap...so test in mothercare to make sure you can do it
newborns should not go on stroller, they should be in rear facing prams so they see you and feel secure rather than feel lone and abandoned . Crazy paying anything over 50£ for a stroller. Get a Huck from Aldi when available for £30. Does the same job but not for newborns
Edited by: "peympeym" 6th Apr
I recommend this stroller. We bought at 5 months and hv been using ever since. The pram (we hv m&p armadillo flip) is sth I will always regret buying first hand - big and useless - but as someone said necessary for newborns as it’s rear facing etc. If u travel a lot or zip around in tube/ busses, the quest is for u! The strap is annoying though....
peympeym6th Apr

newborns should not go on stroller, they should be in rear facing prams so …newborns should not go on stroller, they should be in rear facing prams so they see you and feel secure rather than feel lone and abandoned . Crazy paying anything over 50£ for a stroller. Get a Huck from Aldi when available for £30. Does the same job but not for newborns


I have always bought expensive ish strollers. Not keen on the Aldi ones I think you get what you pay for personally x
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