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Pushchair straps too short for 6.5 month old!

(8 Posts)
HelgatheHairy Mon 03-Mar-14 11:07:35

I feel terrible this morning. I have a babylo max pushchair. I didn't know anything about it when we bought it, it was a great deal and seemed suitable so went with it. Now I know that the straps being too short is a common complaint.

This morning changing DD I realised she had little bruises on both thighs when the straps were too tight on Friday. It was cold and raining when I was putting her in the pushchair and I was trying to hurry and just didn't realise.

What do I do now? Is there any company that does harness extenders?

MiaowTheCat Mon 03-Mar-14 11:50:28

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

HelgatheHairy Mon 03-Mar-14 13:01:23

I'll have a look later. Surely though a pushchair that's supposed to be suitable until 3 shouldn't be too small at 6.5 months?!

Dwerf Mon 03-Mar-14 13:05:52

Sounds stupid and I don't mean to patronise you if you've already looked, but are the straps fully extended? There's no extra hiding below the seat all ?

HelgatheHairy Mon 03-Mar-14 13:34:34

The straps are definately fully extended because I noticed they were a bit short a little while ago so I extended everything I could at the time. They're actually a bit loose on her body but too tight on her legs.

Not at all patronising don't worry!

LooeyLou Tue 04-Mar-14 09:53:31

Id get onto the company to complain, what a pain for you!

Sparkeleigh Tue 04-Mar-14 20:50:56

I had the same problem with a Britax pram and emailed them to complain. They sent me out strap extenders for free since it appeared to be a common problem, so it's definitely worth a try contacting them.

HelgatheHairy Tue 04-Mar-14 21:05:40

DH attacked the pushchair last night and it's slightly better but won't last much longer. Will contact the company.

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