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Kinderkraft 3in1 stroller review

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jadeyty Sat 26-Nov-16 09:13:18

Hi, has anyone bought the kinderkraft 3in1 stroller from Groupon?? It looks like a very good deal. I'm just wondering if it's too good to be true...bad quality etc. Is the stroller/ car seat comfy for a baby? It just looks SO much cheaper than ones I've looked at in mothercare. Thanks xxx

Blondeshavemorefun Sat 26-Nov-16 14:40:24

I brought it. Was £500 and df gulped and said buy it

Then got 75% on Emma's diary and then £20 off groupon so got for think £169

First thing we brought for bubs at 20ish weeks

Still preg so haven't used it yet. But seems amazingly wonderful 😍😍😍

Easy to fold and put up and add basinette /car seat

Basinette turns into buggy when baby is 4/6mths and looks comfy

As does car seat

What price have you got it for?

Only thing is naff is the changing bag. Size of a teabag 😂😂 Prob get one nappy and wipes in it

So will buy another changing bag

Whatsername17 Sat 26-Nov-16 14:41:39

Ive not seen the groupon but id say dont be put off by the cheaper price. I had an expensive travel system last time and it broke after just over 12 months use. I've bought a Hauck travel system for my 2nd. I ended up getting a deal via Amazon because they had one in the warehouse that had a broken box. For £130 I got a pram, pushchair and carseat. The box had a 3in tear at the top and was a bit dirty. Gor that, they gave me a £50 discount! It's absolutely lovely. With my first dd I bought a £600 set up and the only difference between the two is the wheels were bigger on the expensive one. But, last time my dd much preferred being carried so the pram was barely used until she was 6 months. Then at 10 months we bought a Mclaren type stroller for using on holiday and she much preferred that. I wasn't going to waste my money again.

jadeyty Sat 26-Nov-16 16:22:25

Aww thank you for your advice! It is £169 on Groupon. I think I will buy it then. I'm only 16 weeks so just feels a little too early but the deal always seems to be on there!

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