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LITAF SEAT TO GO and BUGGY BOARDS......are they any good?

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mrcandmre Mon 02-Jul-07 11:03:38

I've just sold my Marco sky in favour of a single pushchair. This is due to the fact that my 3 year old will not stay in it, he much prefers to walk..(well, most of the time!)

I'm now a little worried about days out etc. Most of the time I have someone with me if I'm out with the kids(family or friends), and I have a second stroller for times when I'm out on a big day out with DP.

However, I'm wondering whether it'd be worth my while to purchase a "seat to go"....or even a buggy board, just for those times I'm alone with a tired toddler.

All opinions more than welcome...good or bad!


mrcandmre Mon 02-Jul-07 11:23:42


nearlythere Mon 02-Jul-07 11:30:32

the seat to go is s**t! regular standard buggyboard could make things easier, worth a go as it won't break the bank!

mrcandmre Mon 02-Jul-07 11:32:36

I've just been reading reviews on the seat-to-go. It seems a mixed bunch of opinions.
Am confused!

I'm a bit worried too about banging my toes all the time on either!

Thanks nearlythere

nearlythere Mon 02-Jul-07 11:37:37

i've never got on with one and dread having to sell one because i just know they will be back in a month saying 'its awful, iuts fallen apart, its bruised me!'

A normal buggy bard is easy to deal with though- the prob with the seat to go is the height because of the seat!

mrcandmre Mon 02-Jul-07 11:48:51

yeah, I wasn't sure of the height thing.
Don't think I could handle DS's face in my chest all the time.
I suppose at least with the board he's facing forwards...

nearlythere Mon 02-Jul-07 11:50:18

yep! and tbh there isn't a child alive that could sit on one of things without falling off whilst on a standard walk around town! kerbs are lethal and as soon as you start going backwards you tip the kid off!

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