Stokke xplory v4 purple or red £560 @ mothercare
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Stokke xplory v4 purple or red £560 @ mothercare

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Found 12th Mar 2014
stokke xplory v4 the lastest model
comes with shopping bag a mosquito net and rain cover.

Top cash back 5.25%
make it £530.
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

57 Comments

This is not going to go down well here I fear!

I want this..how do I get cash back

Great price compared to what they normally go for.

Thanks for posting

Excellent price

Good price, heat

Original Poster

xchimzx

I want this..how do I get cash back



register this
topcashback.co.uk/ and get the cash back

Thanks

Fantastic pushchairs these…i have one and i absolutely love it!

Overpriced to begin with IMHO

This is a brilliant price! Shame I'm not allowed anymore prams lol

Super hot, my sister is due Saturday and been looking for this at a decent price!!!

I had one of these for both my children albeit the older model but the pram is amazing.
Very versatile found it great that you could go out for food and push them right up to the table. No fights trying to get your child in and out of a dirty/broken high chair

Super hot! I'm a huge Stokke fan :-). Can't really justify buying when my V3 isn't that old!

Not coming up at that price for me... £659

Wouldn't dream of spending that kind of money on a pram, crazy!

Anyone doing this should buy via kiddicare - they will price match mothercare, give you a further 25% of the difference between their price and Mothercare's and they also have 15% off on top...

SausageMummy

Not coming up at that price for me... £659



Ignore me - being dumb! Plus the 15%!

Seriously? Are these just about showing off, or making a statement? Surely you don't need to pay that much for a pushchair

c12nny

stokke xplory v4 the lastest modelcomes with shopping bag a mosquito net … stokke xplory v4 the lastest modelcomes with shopping bag a mosquito net and rain cover.Top cash back 5.25%make it £530. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.



it shows £659.00 on me

Most of my cars in the last 10 years have been cheaper....

I had one of these years ago before they were popular, over 5 years ago infact...and i paid a lot more for it

Its a great pushchair, stylish, different and great to push. the baby got so noticed, and i loved she could be high up and facing me, i would buy it again!

Does it really cost anywhere near £600 to make one of these?

They've definitely become a way of showing off and boasting how much money (rather than sense) one has...

Banned

have one. second kid using it, still tip top.

expired btw.
Edited by: "douglas13" 12th Mar 2014

Ridiculous price for a pram!!

great price for this model of pushchair. heat added. we have the v3 and been very overall happy with it. its great for walks in the park or out shopping. but there are some niggles.

good: its nice to have the baby high and close to you, much higher than any other pushchair, and is still stable. also nice to being able and use it as a high chair at the restuarant. the large hood, the easy swiching positions, the telescoping handle, all top notch. it manoeuvres super on pavement, gliding along.

bad: on bumps, grass, dirt, it is a much harder ride than other models we've found (e.g compared to our inglesina) due to the smaller front wheels which can get gunked up quickly and smaller shocks. it can a bit of a pain to get over curbs or small steps due to the balancing. and it is pretty bulky; it is two parts and takes up much of the boot space since the frame doesnt fold very compact. and lastly, the shopping bag itself is a bit odd. its large enough, but you have to zip/unzip it always or use the inner bag with toggle.

for us, in the end we would still buy because it was very important to have the baby very close to us (in combo with the great handle so you dont kick the bottom of the pram when walking, as well as the extremely smooth glide provided you are on a smooth surface). our little one was a bit fussy, and needed to be mum facing and as close as possible (also saves your back a bit not having to lean over as much)

Nutty amount of money to spend. Honestly go for a maclaren, you wont regret it. Its super compact in the car boot, very nifty to push around and wont burn a hole in your pocket

Looks like a golf trolley with a seat. horrible imo.

but voted hot on price.

Costs more than the baby.

Good pram, had one for 4 years and its still in good nick, will do for if we have more kids, only problem we had was the back wheels seemed slightly inverted so wore out on the outside. I emailed stokke and they sent us a new pair though free or charge, that was after about 1 and a half years. Think they do 2 or 3 year warranty's if u register, so. Its worth it. We paid about £650 which was a brilliant deal at the time. Better than paying a few hundred and having to replace 3 or 4 times over the years, which a lot of our friends have
Edited by: "mart321" 12th Mar 2014

great price! heat added i payed a little more than this a couple of weeks ago for my new addition

Buy durex. Theres some on here for only 40p

SausageMummy

Anyone doing this should buy via kiddicare - they will price match … Anyone doing this should buy via kiddicare - they will price match mothercare, give you a further 25% of the difference between their price and Mothercare's and they also have 15% off on top...



They stopped doing this long ago. Now they just price match.

Voted hot as this is a good price for the product, regardless of how expensive it may or may not be for a pram.

I guess its hot for this product if thats your type of thing, but certainly not mine.

Our travel system cost £240 (in mothercare it was £430 but it was pricematched) and we have never had to replace it. It lasted 2 children, 18 months each use out of the carseat. I think there are other prams out there as good in quality that will last without having to replace, and not costing anywhere near £560!

Banned

Warning we had the v3 and it was dangerous. It collapsed several time and trapped the baby's fingers between the pram and a table. Sent back to stokke for a full refund. Please be careful if concidering buying one, and don't place the pram close up to a table or other furniture where if it collapses the baby's hand can get caught.
Google stokke pram collapsing, I wish i had before parting with so much money.

Edited by: "damo1972" 12th Mar 2014

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Seriously? Are these just about showing off, or making a statement? … Seriously? Are these just about showing off, or making a statement? Surely you don't need to pay that much for a pushchair



Until you have actually used one, its hard to understand. But the connection they create between baby and parent is amazing. They can see the world!

I have 3 kids, and only recently got one, and so wish I had spent the money a long time ago.

jeeeas I paid a lot more than this in may last year fantastic pushchair, nothing to do with showing off at all!!

My maclaren burnt a small hole in my pocket. A £300 sized hole but I can't fault my xlr! completely agree with you about how good they are. The stokkes are overpriced imo and the design is a bit odd for my liking!

Original Poster

dasjoker

it shows £659.00 on me



it will show after you start to check out .

The world's most stupid pushchair.

I'm having baby number 3 and love this pushchair..I've been looking around and pushchairs are expensive with what ever make you buy...if parents want to spend that much on a pushchair what's the problem it's for there babyand it's there hard earned cash,can't wait for mine to arrive
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