Maclaren Quest stroller 50% off £92.50 @ kiddicare free delivery
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Maclaren Quest stroller 50% off £92.50 @ kiddicare free delivery

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Found 4th Jan 2013
maclaren quest half price @ kiddicare

medievil navy/scarlett and charcoal/mocha bisque

good deal and free delivery

kiddicare.com/web…001 black/silver
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4 blue left / orange oos
both oos
Black and silver still available
kiddicare.com/web…001

Use code morrisons for extra 5% off works out at £87.87
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dont know how to unexpire it so people can see that black/silver is in stock!!
does this feature KERS?
Normally about 125 so not half price. Still not bad.
sisi

does this feature KERS?


No this is a pushchair not an F1 car, you are thinking of McLaren....
Edited by: "Hduk1eliteish" 6th Jan 2013
Damn - why did I show the missus this? Now £87 down!
Thanks OP - heat added BTW as the missus says this is a fantastic price!
Oh - 7% TCB too
Good price, but I had one of these and within a week the stripes on the handles had turned a disgusting shade of yellow. The handles cannot be changed on these models and it appeared to be a fault so I had to have a refund. Not sure whether this applies to all the other Quest colours, but definitely the black/silver version.
anyone know how far back the seat reclines?
enough for the child to lie on its back?
amaru007

anyone know how far back the seat reclines?enough for the child to lie on … anyone know how far back the seat reclines?enough for the child to lie on its back?



Yes lays back flat and suitable from birth.
Great price!
I found this review it may helps :
Bad points:

- the breaks never worked
- the clip to fasten the push chair closed never worked
- the rain cover broke (all along two seams) the first time we used it
- the foam on the handles wore away really quickly
- the push chair veered to one side
- a bolt on the frame snapped, so it no longer worked at all
- difficult to recline, you have to do one side then the other per click down (if you want to go from upright to fully reclined that's three clicks)
- a toddler can easily 'un-recline' the push chair by pulling up on the sides
- compared to other pushchairs it is hard work to push, maybe because of the wheel size

Really poor quality and full of design faults. We only had it, from brand new, for a year before I binned it. I feel I should end with something positive so I'll try:
Good points:

- once folded it is nice and slim (mind you ours wouldn't stay folded without some serious fiddling because the clasp never worked)

- it has a handle and a shoulder strap so if you can keep it folded it is easy to carry around
Edited by: "meistic" 6th Jan 2013
I think someone needs to counter the negative reviews on here - I have had a mcclaren (not sure model) for 3 years and had no problems - it is light and durable - bought a lime green because it was cheaper and not gender specific - have recommended to other people already and still would.
chrispowell66

I think someone needs to counter the negative reviews on here - I have … I think someone needs to counter the negative reviews on here - I have had a mcclaren (not sure model) for 3 years and had no problems - it is light and durable - bought a lime green because it was cheaper and not gender specific - have recommended to other people already and still would.


Review posted above is about this model. Your model could be good .
Thanks op just ordered one.
I am after a good stroller that's why I read reviews , but I wouldn't buy it even for 50 .
I just found another bad review on the foreign site :

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Looks like it is a very toxic stroller .
The new 2012 is suitable from birth and I have it. The negative review above is pertaining to the older model as the reclining feature was a pain whereas in this newer model there's just one lever in the centre. Maclaren make some of the best buggies and this one has been fab for a newborn. Highly recommended.
Erm I had a Quest for nine yrs prior to buying the newer version and I had no problems with it. Go on Amazon.com and Mumsnet and you'll find 4 star reviews.
I have this for my little boy, I paid £70 ex display model from Babies r us. I find it ok, it has lasted us approx 2 years so far but still going strong. Yes the handles foam has come away, the brakes do work but don't use them as I hold onto the buggy rather then use them. Not saying that these are not safe just what I prefer. The rain cover was no good from the start never covered my little one his feet were never covered and it ripped after a few times.

Saying that it has been a decent purchase, easy to fold and store it doesn't pull to one side, lightweight. My toddler is now a pre school and if we are going on very long jounerys then we still use it for him then he can walk and jump in the buggy when tired.

I now have another toddler who is lets say a 'larger toddler' she was never comfortable in this buggy I don't think she had enough room so I've just bought her the baby jogger city mini but would have gone with this type again if suitable.
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navy is back in stock - 6 left and still 102 black/silver
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