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which buggy is suitable for my 33lb 20 months DD

(13 Posts)
biglips Wed 31-May-06 15:43:33


i need with a hard footrest and a good size basket underneath

Bagpuss30 Wed 31-May-06 15:45:50

Graco Mirage? Mothercare do a similar one too which comes with a raincover IIRC - they are about £70ish.

biglips Wed 31-May-06 18:53:12


biglips Wed 31-May-06 19:03:58

also she is 90cm long too (tall)

lanismum Wed 31-May-06 19:25:31

mountain buggys have a hard footrest, and are very sturdy and roomy........, big basket too.

biglips Wed 31-May-06 20:24:00

hhmmmm ill have a look into both of them

biglips Thu 01-Jun-06 08:52:58

i seen this... what do u think?

misdee Thu 01-Jun-06 09:10:21

the mothercare urban detours are great for larger children. the seats are roomy and baskets are ok. i had dd2(size of a six year old) in ours the other week.

misdee Thu 01-Jun-06 09:11:56

that may be hard to steer. the 2 single wheels at the back, wellthe metal bar may start to buckle. you will curse the thing. (i did with the citisport, dd2 was over 30lbs at 10months old)

2mum Thu 01-Jun-06 10:32:26

I got a maclaren techno xt for my son, theres plenty of room and hes 3 and is a long boy! And hes quite heavy too. Id recommend it for bigger children

shazronnie Thu 01-Jun-06 12:41:31

The Kite is for up to age 3, and the average 3 year old is about 30 - 35 lbs, so I would say you need one suitable to age 4.

biglips Thu 01-Jun-06 16:18:17

ended one of these in the end and its suited her perfect as she is a big girl

i tried the Graco mirage and she looks like a 5 yr old in it!

biglips Thu 01-Jun-06 16:19:04

oh and i bought the Mothercare model one from a charity shop for 25 quids!!!

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