For Sale: Chicco Trio 4 Me Autofix travel system (turquoise)

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  1. Eala

    Eala Mum of two gorgeous girls

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    I'm selling my Chicco Trio 4 Me Autofix travel system, in turquoise & grey (I forget what the "brand" name is for this colour :lol:) It was only used for 6 weeks, so is in very good condition, with only minor wear to the wheels. The pushchair/stroller section has never been used, as my LO didn't get big enough to get out of the carrycot (she's dinky!)

    Reason I'm selling is that I'm being a lot more active than I thought I'd be, and whilst the Chicco is an excellent pram about town, it can't handle the unpaved paths of the country park where I take my LO for walks :blush:

    OK, some pics!

    Carseat & carseat base. The base is NOT Isofix, it is fitted with a 3 point seatbelt.
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/carseatandbase2.jpg
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/carseatandbase.jpg

    The pale grey part on the carseat is a removable padded section designed to make it more snug/secure for newborns :)

    Carrycot with apron:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/carrycot.jpg

    I'm including a kit that allows you to use the carrycot as an approved Group0 "carseat" as well. This is BNIB. We bought it for a road-trip down to my DH's parents at Christmas, as we thought it'd be more comfy for our LO to be lying flat, rather than in her carseat for long-ish periods.
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/carkit.jpg

    Chassis folded - it's an umbrella fold, and is so compact. Fitted in my Mum's Fiat Punto as easily as in my Volvo estate :lol: The handles also fold down further (inwards) to make it shorter again. Great for small boots :thumbup:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/folded1.jpg

    This is the stroller with the full hood attached. The hood can be adjsuted various was - up, with the front section extended:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/winterhoodup.jpg

    Or fold the front section back, pull the hood forward, and it becomes a full sunshade - no need for a parasol, great if LO is snoozing!
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/sunshade.jpg

    The back section of the hood zips off if required, and becomes a lighter hood that permits fantastic airflow on hot days (yes, we do have them in Scotland :lol:)
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/summerhood.jpg

    The chassis still folds very well with the stroller section attached:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/folded3.jpg

    And the seat unit comes off easily to flip between forward or rear-facing, and fully reclines to be suitable from birth:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/recliningstroller.jpg

    The system comes with matching footmuff:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/cosytoes2.jpg

    changebag with mat:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/changebag.jpg

    decent-sized shopping basket:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/shoppingbasket.jpg

    raincover, spare (ventilated) carrycot/pram mattress, bumper bar for stroller, and connector bar for the handles (which makes it one horizontal bar):
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/mattressbumperhandle.jpg
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/handle1.jpg

    I also have the original instruction booklets for each part:
    https://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i192/lynne_turner/trio%204%20me/instructions.jpg

    (If you've made it this far, thanks :lol:)

    This colour isn't available anymore that I've been able to find. You can get the Trip 4 Me Autofix in *some* colours for £300 on kiddicare. I'm looking for £150, or near offer. Cash on collection, or Paypal.

    Pick up by buyer is preferable (I'm in Cumbernauld, just outside Glasgow), but hubby and I would be willing to deliver it within a range of 100 miles, for the cost of diesel (which would be a max of £25 if you were the full 100 miles away). Anyone further than this, I could look into boxing it up for a courier, but this could be pricey, as it'll be at least 2 large boxes.

    Any questions, or if there's anything specific you'd like pictures of, let me know :thumbup: This is a really good little travel system, I'll be sad to see it go, but we simply don't have the room to keep it and my new Quinny :blush:
     
  2. Eala

    Eala Mum of two gorgeous girls

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    is there any chance you could lower the price
     
  4. Eala

    Eala Mum of two gorgeous girls

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    PM'd you :)
     
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