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Anyone got an easy walker mosey?

(12 Posts)
ArcticCactus Sun 20-Dec-15 11:08:41

Someone on here mentioned it so I had a look online an it looks utterly fabulous...

Does anyone one have one? Are they as good as they look? I'm looking for a second stroller for my three month old. We live somewhere withvery cold winters so we have a emmaljunga for long walks but it's a massive beast and takes up the entire (estate) car boot.
I'm looking for something smaller but not flimsy, that I can fold with one hand, reversible, and comfy for kiddo to nap in at kindergarten when older (outdoor naps here... I have a fab down footmuff) must also gold down smallish and it be too heavy.

The mosey seems to tick all my boxes and I've seen it on offer with carrycot and footmuff for a good price...

Convince me! smile

Hufflepuffin Sun 20-Dec-15 20:00:03

Bumping for you as I'm the one that suggested it and am green with envy of anyone that has one!!

Bamaluz Sun 20-Dec-15 20:22:39

Great review on best buggy

ArcticCactus Sun 20-Dec-15 21:19:20

I've seen an offer online for a third off the pack with the carry cot And footmuff... I'm so tempted but just wary of buying unseen and there's nowhere remotely close to view one..
We have the massive emmaljunga and a little Joei mirus I picked up super cheap so dh doesn't get why I want another one!

Think I might regret it if I don't ....

ArcticCactus Fri 25-Dec-15 15:51:02

Bought it, so will see if it is as good as they say ...

They are half price in mothercare just now smile

Hufflepuffin Sat 26-Dec-15 10:39:33

Do you have a link? I can only find the mini - but I can never find anything in mothercare's website!

ArcticCactus Sun 27-Dec-15 10:56:57

Hmmm... There's a picture of the mosey, but it's labelled mini . That's odd :/

SkiptonLass2 Fri 01-Jan-16 10:49:12

Well, the mosey arrived New Year's Eve and I have to say I like it. Very solid chassis, good quality materials and nice and compact. Not ultra lightweight but folds down nicely. Carrycot is well padded and comfy. Quite compact but perhaps I've been spoiled by the vast emmaljunga carrycot that you can get a large toddler in! Ds fitted in it (just) with his big down pram bag and was toasty warm several degrees below zero.
Goes over snow well, steers nicely, nippy and manoeuvrable. No suspension so a bit bumpier over rough ground but again, I've probably been spoiled by the emmaljunga chassis.... It is fine to push over rougher ground (gravel, frozen mud that's been churned up by diggers, snow etc.)
I think it'll come into its own more once he's in the seat but I'm very glad I bought it.
Much easier on the bus than the big pram too!

vitalite Wed 06-Jan-16 21:18:43

I ordered a nosey in the mothercare online sale cos it looked so good and such a good deal but when I went to see it in the store I just felt that the seat and cot sits really low on the chassis. Does anyone else find that? Felt a bit like I was pushing a dolls pram around the store when trying it out confused have cancelled the order now and the search continues. Think I'm going to go with a versa.

SkiptonLass2 Thu 07-Jan-16 12:33:37

Hmmm well it's lower than my emmaljunga (which is the Bentley of the pram world. I loffs it, despite my dhs dark muttering X about the amount of space it takes up.) but I found it ok.

Honestly, whomever designs the perfect stroller will be minted.
It needs to be:

Light enough to lift with one hand
True one handed fold
Reversible
Folds small
Free standing
Large hood with peekaboo window
Decent tyres
Under 55cm wide
Decent suspension
Stable up and down kerbs
Nice to push

It can't be rocket science surely? Perhaps someone did make one and was immediately assassinated by sinister forces within the pushchair industry ?

CarolineD123 Thu 21-Jan-16 14:49:01

What's a mosey? I've seen it mentioned on here a lot...I'm confused...

CarolineD123 Thu 21-Jan-16 14:51:16

Ignore me..., found out and It's lovely. smile

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