Recommend me a pushchair...

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  1. Emsbambino

    Emsbambino First time Mummy

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    Hiya yummy mummies
    ok so we are going away abroad on holiday and we want a pushchair to take with us as pram too bulky and I don't want it to get ruined.
    Our son will be 6.5 months so we need:
    - the pram to fully recline
    - be lightweight but sturdy
    - easy to fold
    price wise we don't want to spend too much maybe £100. Can anyone recommend me theirs if so what do you like about it?
     
  2. Rose_bud

    Rose_bud Well-Known Member

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    I loved my mclaren got it in mothercare sale for 80 and it lasted forever! Seemed really comfy aswell.
     
  3. Emsbambino

    Emsbambino First time Mummy

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    Thanks rose_bud, yes we have looked at mclarens which one was it you had?
     
  4. 3011busyyear

    3011busyyear Well-Known Member

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    I asked the same thing a few weeks ago and the quinny buzz wasn't very popular as it doesn't lie flat but a few said the petite star zia was good, nursery value also have reworked ones really cheap https://www.nurseryvalue.com/reworked/default.aspx
     
  5. Louppey

    Louppey Mummy to 2 girls <3

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    When I go away with my LO in September, I am going to borrow my Mum's petite star zia :)
     
  6. zzypeg

    zzypeg mummy to Mrs Madam

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    Harleyy Mummy To Bailey.

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    Silvercross Pop :)
    I love it, fully reclines, really lightweight, (Ive had to carry it up a 3 story building) easy to fold,
    I just love it.
    and it looks pretty.
     
  8. Faffalina

    Faffalina Mummy

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    I got petite star zia, it's fab. folds very small, is light, and got it second hand for £35! then bought a nice matching cosy toes thing new.

    I liked it soooo much on holiday that I now use just my zia all the time! xx
     
  9. fizzy2010

    fizzy2010 Well-Known Member

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    We have a Mamas and Papas Kato and love it. It is comfy, reclines as far back as you want, is light and easy to put up and down with one hand and our LO loves it!
     
  10. secretbaby

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    zia+ all the way. got mine from nursery value reconditioned came with foot muff £62 i think they are a few pounds more now. my baby sleeps so well in the zia and it folds so small. you can get a travel bag for it too (discount code on nursery values face book page there is a link on there normal web site too it) mine was about £12 or maybe a bit less with the discount code.
     
  11. Rose_bud

    Rose_bud Well-Known Member

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    I think it was a quest sport or something. I'll definitely be getting another 1 for Matthew.
     
  12. Mrs IKW

    Mrs IKW Well-Known Member

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    We've got a Graco Citysport (cocoon) and its ace - weighs 6 kilos, can fold it and open it with one hand and its a lovely turquoise colour. Think it was about £100. It has a shoulder strap so you can carry it over your shoulder when folded up... It reclines and has a shopping tray underneath....

    I wouldnt be without it!
     
  13. rach321

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    We have an obaby atlas for holidays - lightweight, easy to fold and lies flat. And it cost less than £60 so if it gets trashed on the plane then who cares!!
     
  14. sarah0108

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    mothercare urbanite x
     

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