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AIBU to ask you about all-terrain buggies for 3 yo+?

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UnagiZanshin Thu 07-Apr-16 09:37:57

I have a bugaboo Cameleon which I love but is getting far too small.

I have a McLaren Volo which is fine for size, but completely unsuitable. I can only use it in airports or city centers.

Can anyone please recommend a great all-terrain buggy/stroller that would be suitable for a 3 year old, so I could take it on the beach, in the woods, or for a run?

Jw35 Thu 07-Apr-16 09:51:52

Out and about nipper 360

UnagiZanshin Thu 07-Apr-16 10:07:26

thank you, I'll try that one!

SmarterThanTheAverageBear16 Thu 07-Apr-16 10:09:12

You could look in the prams section where there are many threads recommending such things.

getintothegrove Thu 07-Apr-16 10:12:09

Baby Jogger City Mini

vvviola Thu 07-Apr-16 11:04:29

Mountain buggy Swift.

Had one for DD2. It was brilliant. Goes up to 35kg also. We ended up putting DD1 in it once, aged 5, when she injured herself on a walk.

I was very sad to see it go, when DD2 didn't need it anymore.

honkinghaddock Thu 07-Apr-16 11:13:35

Baby Jogger city mini isn't all terrain but they do one that is (summit I think). I didn't have that one but baby joggers are generally good. I have the sn all terrain version for older children.

honkinghaddock Thu 07-Apr-16 11:22:29

Just checked, the gt version of the city mini is all terrain.

UnagiZanshin Thu 07-Apr-16 11:30:56

thank you all, a lot to check. The pram shops near me only sell baby/ toddler prams, and I couldn't see anything online!

NeedACleverNN Thu 07-Apr-16 11:33:12

Depends what your budget is really

Out n about is what I've got. My 3 year old fits in it perfectly and it's lovely on all terrain. However it is the cheapest

If I had the budget I would love to try a mountain buggy

judgelionelnutmeg Thu 07-Apr-16 11:38:13

Another vote for the Out and About nipper 360. It is brilliant. We picked up a second hand one on ebay a few years ago and since then it's been used most days and taken an absolute hammering over all kinds of footpaths, terrain etc and is still going strong.

Notso Thu 07-Apr-16 11:55:05

Out and About nipper is fantastic for an older child. I have easily pushed my teenage DD in it over a muddy beach to save her beloved trainers.

Babyjogger elite is also really good.

getintothegrove Thu 07-Apr-16 12:05:21

Correction: City Mini Jogger GT with the solid tyres. It's been on a LOT of beaches!

isitginoclock Thu 07-Apr-16 22:32:53

Bugaboo buffalo

TwinkleCrinkle Fri 08-Apr-16 00:02:59

Bumbleride indie!

TwinkleCrinkle Fri 08-Apr-16 00:04:42

Or for if you are a faster runner, Bob Revolution

SovietKitsch Fri 08-Apr-16 00:05:36

I've got a babyjogger elite, It's pretty good at off-roading and quite large. I love it!

lostscot Fri 08-Apr-16 08:55:27

We had a Jane 360, it went everywhere and really good sized seat.

BikeRunSki Fri 08-Apr-16 08:57:36

Another vote for the Out n About 360. There's a Facebook buy/sell group if you'd consider second hand.

HighwayDragon1 Fri 08-Apr-16 09:06:30

Jane 360/Jane pro gets my vote

inlawsfromhell Fri 08-Apr-16 09:21:31

We had Jane pro amazing pram would go over all terrain! I walk 4 mile school run all off road and it would go over mud and snow easily, I spendoat of the day outside walking so needed a good strong pram that could take woods (not pathed), beach and back tracks. Also when pushing up a hill it didn't feel like I was pushing it was no effort and if you get a flat it takes 12" tyres that we got from the bike shop for £1.

inlawsfromhell Fri 08-Apr-16 09:22:31

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