Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Travel System £170, reduced from £400
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Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Travel System £170, reduced from £400

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Found 1st Jul 2013
Half price push chair with a further 15% off using code 2WJ6. The reviews seem good and is delivered free.

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its always on offer at 200. I have this buggy and its brilliant for walking my dog in the countryside. the wheels are really smooth over rough ground. good deal

Original Poster

Dog?

looks so bulky bet it's a pain to get in boot

We have this is red its a great travel
system. Paid £200 as its on offer for that price a lot of the time. Yes it's bigger than other prams but it will last and is a very smooth ride. It's actually not that bad to fit in the boot of even small cars - if it won't fit laid flat it should fit on its side.

daniellndn

Dog?


ha I mean walking the dog with baby in the buggy.

I thought it was an offer.

Fitted in the boot of our Seat Ibizia ok. Rear wheels clip on & off really easily too & front wheel can also be removed but not really needed as it swivels round to the side.

I have the similar older version Urban Detour in beige purchased it second hand. Looks great & is a dream to push. This fits easily into the back of my 3 door Corsa & a little room to fit shopping in aswell.

mummycook11

its always on offer at 200. I have this buggy and its brilliant for … its always on offer at 200. I have this buggy and its brilliant for walking my dog in the countryside. the wheels are really smooth over rough ground. good deal

expensive gadget for dog walking !

Xtreme Pushchair hmm Is this for when you're rock climbing then or wingsuit flying? I suppose the wheels will be useful on landing.

I'm looking into all this now as we're expecting...so much to think about!

This seems like a good deal to me but not sure if I should just go for it?! We have no issue with space in our car.

we took a punt with this... great value and well built. ok, it is quite large (fits fine in an i30 or focus boot) and not light, but i am pleased i didn't fork out over £600 which some travel systems are. granted, they are probably better, but i would rather have £400 in my back pocket

Thanks OP for this!We are not due until end of Jan next year but seriously considering purchasing this.
Seems much better and more stylish than the Graco travel system we used for our first 2. Was suprised that both me and the wife liked the same thing as we had both viewed this seperately.

Don't forget Cashback also; TopCashBack (6.06%) or Quidco (5%) for that little bit extra!

I am seriously considering getting this but how easy is it to fold down? The last travel system I had was also from Mothercare but it was a nightmare to fold up, especially with hands full of baby and shopping.

Don't know if it was just ours, but when we walked a little faster than usual the front wheel kept going into a judder (like a tank slapped if you're a biker). As I say perhaps just ours but it was really annoying. Also doesn't go quite as upright as our son liked to sit, other than that it is well made and can carry a fair bit of shopping in the bottom :-)

Tank slapper sorry, iPhone "corrected" it :-)

I assume that the seat can be angled flat for newborns? I've seen some pram/pushchair combos with a separate crib type basket but obviously these are much more expensive! Very tempted.

Yes, seat goes flat for newborns & it is 1 hand fold - has a sliding button on the handle, you twist & slide it in 1 motion & the whole thing folds down. I agreee with the juddery front wheel - we call it wobble mode (it is when the wheel is in swivel mode), but if you put the front wheel in fixed mode when pushing at any speed it is fine. Also agree that the seat does not go fully upright - the sales guy in Mothercare did point this out to us. Think he was trying to persuade us to go for the more expensive Mychoice pram, but that was a lot heavier & more difficult to steer & a pain to fold & unfold.
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