Thanks. Seems weird. Took delivery the other day. Everything is spot on. Good price, free delivery. Warranty. Happy out. (y)
Have some heat to offset the random cold
Free shipping to UK and Eire plus rain cover and the fact it's a bricks and mortar crowd with good after sales service. I ordered yesterday afternoon and it's arriving today. Not sure why it's a pre-order.
Same price at uberkids and £10 dearer in kiddiesKingdom. The saving is mainly the raincover? All 3 are cheaper than jl and amazon. It's good value as it's a good pushchair.
Brilliant buggy....very good price
Posted 5th Jan 2016Posted 5th Jan 2016
Joie stages car seat £134 @ Tony Kealys£134
0-7 car seat. rear facing until 4. priced 150 elsewhere!
I have this car seat. It's great and we've had no problems with it. The only minor niggle is that the straps sometimes get a bit twisted and can be tricky to sort once the little one is in the car.
We have it rear facing at the moment and I see your problem in our near future. We have a focus and a4 and the little one will be a bit cramped within the year. But then, watching the Joie videos or videos about the pros of rear facing seats, all children look uncomfortable and that it is unavoidable.
PLOFBK5OFF gets the price down to £127.30 @ preciouslittleone
It's the Joie iAnchor that has issues - mainly recline isn't sufficient for tiny ones. The recline on the Stages is excellent. We've had 2 for over 18 months and no problems. Some of the comments are about the head-rest polystyrene breaking... a problem that can occur in any carseat (not just Joie seats) due to the fragile nature of the polymer.
Posted 3rd Jan 2016Posted 3rd Jan 2016
Silver Cross Reflex £150 @ Tony Kealys£150
This pushchair normally sells for £200-£250. The Reflex comes with an extendable UPF 50+ hood that will protect baby from harmful sun rays while also providing ventilation on hot … Read more
Test drove these today!! Not as solid as they were!! Stokke for me now
Plus id not look at the price based on the fact it has a carrycot as they were £15 in smyths the other week.
These squeek like a goodun, also just why they ask anything like this price for such an old pram is beyond me. Bugaboo is the best out there , we have had stokke , buggaboo , quinny, mutsy , you just cant beat the ride of a bug with no squeeks all the time.
If it helps in terms of sizing, it will fit in the boot of a focus as-is, but you need to take one wheel off to get it in the boot of an A3.
a friend bought this and regrets it now as it's quite big when folded up. wheels need to be taken off every time they put it in the boot of the car as the back ones are quite large. so would advise checking your car boot space if you haven't already done so.