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Best buggy for London 6 months plus

(8 Posts)
Matl Sat 12-Jan-13 02:17:52

Baby jogger city mini...easy to manouver, narrow and as light as bugaboo beee and so easy to fold!

Tiggywunkle Sat 12-Jan-13 01:23:50

The Urbo is really hard on your hands - lack of suspension. The Oyster is pretty good. The Mutsy Evo too and the Baby Joggers.

Andcake Fri 11-Jan-13 17:38:13

Thank you... I was hoping to avoid being a bugaboo clone. Although if buying one from birth probably would have gone that way. We're off to look at them in the shops over the weekend and will have a look at those recommended. Maclaren appeal (as basically everyone i knw recommends them) but I would prefer a crossbar handle. The urbo looks good but I've read the smaller front wheels make it a bit unstable? Also like the look of the baby style oyster. Thanks again.

Tiggywunkle Tue 08-Jan-13 22:08:50

Baby Joggers, Bugaboo Bee or Stokke Scoot.

pinkpeony4 Tue 08-Jan-13 12:54:24

Baby Jogger City Mini is brilliant. I live in London and have used it on buses/tubes/trains etc.. with no problem at all. I have had a LOT of buggies (Bugaboo Cam, Maclaren, P&T, Nipper etc..) and this one is definitely my favourite.

HandMini Mon 07-Jan-13 23:18:46

Maclaren Techno if you want cheap and cheerful and lug it on and off public transport a lot, Bugaboo Bee if you want what all the other London mummies have, M & P Urbo if you think the Bee's a rip-off or Babystyle Oyster if you want something a bit different.

forevergreek Mon 07-Jan-13 14:40:51

If you can afford to the bugaboo bee

Andcake Mon 07-Jan-13 12:44:33

Help plead- since ds was born we have been using part of a friends travel system and will be looking o get a buggy soon for when lo is 6 months. We don't have a car but go on lots of buses and the odd tube but we live quite central o most places I need to go on my own are easy to get to by bus.
We walk quite a bit too but not on rough terrain. Maclarens sound ok but which one for 6 months plus.

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