Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Travel System Red (was £270) now £99 @ Mothercare
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Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Travel System Red (was £270) now £99 @ Mothercare

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Found 11th Sep
Great price drop on this Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Travel System - it's been reduced to just £99, and it includes a padded cosytoe and raincover (for weather just like today!)


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Features and benefits for Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Travel System

  • Suitable from birth
  • Multi-position seat recline
  • Easy one hand fold mechanism
  • Lockable swivel front wheel
  • Complete with infant car seat, padded cosytoe and weathershield
  • Dimensions folded: W49 x D46 x H82
  • Weight: 12.5kg
Standard home delivery is free, or you can click and collect from your local store for free.

Top comments

No use for any young mother I know, as it appears to be much too good value.

List of essentials:
- "designer" label for displaying at coffee shops
- "designer" price tag for comparing with friends
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No use for any young mother I know, as it appears to be much too good value.

List of essentials:
- "designer" label for displaying at coffee shops
- "designer" price tag for comparing with friends

le_jaeger8 m ago

No use for any young mother I know, as it appears to be much too good …No use for any young mother I know, as it appears to be much too good value.List of essentials:- "designer" label for displaying at coffee shops- "designer" price tag for comparing with friends


Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after all.

We bought this as a second pram when it was reduced a few months back, it's a decent pram and a steal at £99. The car seat is ok, I found the hood a bit flimsy/awkward. We also got a puncture but repaired it ourselves and that's just probably the area we walk as opposed to an issue with the tyre. Definitely a great price

I bought this to use as a running buggy. It has 9/10 on ReeVoo - infact it has great reviews everywhere. The only negative reviews I can generally see are how bulky it is when folded up. It's lightweight to push and to run with, well built and although we won't use the car seat, you can't really grumble at that price for the pushchair, raincover, footmuff and carseat.

I have this used for my 2 kids and it's still strong and going

118luke1 h, 16 m ago

Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after …Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after all.



You'd have thought the more you spend the better the quality but having spent all weekend looking at travel systems this isn't always the case. This gets some good reviews,the only downsides are is it's bulky and with the car seat going ontop of the seat it makes it heavy, this also means a buggy board isn't ideal.

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It's a great buy. I've used it for both my kids. Yes it is a bit bulky when folded but still fits in the boot.
One negative is that a buggy board does not work on this system. I've tried many, due to the way the handlebar is designed, the older child on the buggy board will not be able to stand.

118luke2 h, 43 m ago

Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after …Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after all.


Or someone may need something that folds smaller to fit into car boot.

I have this as a second pram and love it! X

Saw this on playpennies yesterday good price

The buggy is ok but is heavyweight and nightmare to fold

How big is it when folded, would it fit inside the passat b7 saloon boot or similar car with aprox same size boot!?

Have tried other brands with the kids. Mamas and Papas for the first, Graco the second and a Mothercare for the third. Have to say the Mothercare was the best quality and value for money. Last and lasted no matter what was thrown at it. We had problem after problem with the big brands including returns and recloths.

Would highly recommend for safety, strength usability and of course budget.
Edited by: "360finder" 11th Sep

118luke11 h, 6 m ago

Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after …Some might prefer higher build quality? Since it is carrying a baby after all.

​Price doesn't directly reflect build quality. Google reviews for expensive travel systems and you will find many have issues with sticky wheels etc

Is there a coffee cup holder? I'm not getting one unless I can display my coffe while checking insta

We don't know if we are having a boy or girl. Would red be ok if it were a boy?
Edited by: "VBV" 12th Sep

VBV8 m ago

We don't know if we are having a boy or girl. Would red be ok if it were a …We don't know if we are having a boy or girl. Would red be ok if it were a boy?


Yep we,re doing exactly the same - going for red

Great deal!
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