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MUTSY URBAN RIDER - Whats it like please?

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kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 17:41:03

Thanks x

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 17:59:09


mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 20:17:15

lovely, i may have a carrycot & chassis for sale next week.
its really good,
faces both ways
a bit heavy but you dont feel it to push
lovely big seat,
big hood

i think i prefer it to my Bug cam!!!

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 20:29:46

I"ve also got fixed wheels and swivel wheels for it only want £130

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 20:30:35

I"ve also got fixed wheels and swivel wheels for it only want £130

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 20:32:11

would you sell the swivel wheels seperatly? As I may be part exing on my bug frog

flightattendant Thu 30-Aug-07 20:32:28

Pushes really well. Heavy to lift. Steering great! But you have to take a wide berth round corners due to back steering iyswim. (Steer in advance lol)
Really cushy covers, good raincover, basket is sh*te but actually holds stuff fairly well considering it has no sides grin
Pram top I found (sorry Mumo!) a bit too shallow, felt like DS would fall out of it when going up or down kerbs...also it sloped towards handle, ours was quite old though...covers don't wash too well, ours had leather strips and they bled colour, also had water marks on other parts after washing...most don't have leather though and fabrics prob. better now.
Seat unit is lovely! Leather handle is lovely too.
No wider than a Quinny freestyle 3 wheeler but has that width all along iyswim - because of four wheels. So it can be tricky in small shops also the ground clearance is low so not brill over big steps etc.
Other than that, nice quality and interesting to look at!

Hope that helps smile I do have mine still, can't sell it cos the steering is so nice and light!

flightattendant Thu 30-Aug-07 20:33:54

Sorry, just being honest but like I said, ours is quite old! I hope this doesn't put you off too much blush

It is a great pushchair. smile

XcupcakemummyX Thu 30-Aug-07 20:36:58

heavy but study, brill for steering round people.
Also for bumpy roads and going up and down kerbs
felt it was a very secure pushchair

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 20:37:43

what does £130 include?

REIDmylips Thu 30-Aug-07 20:39:37

i love mine, although have to admit i HATE HATE HATE the rear steering! i have found that for ds comfort, it is amazing. It is however a pain to steer in shops etc. you really do need a wide birth. People tend not to realise and get in the way (although dh just pushes lightly into them until they move blush)I have bought a buggy for ds now which we use if we are going shopping etc, but use the mutsy if we are just going for a walk (or places like chester zoo that we visited last weekend smile)suspension is excellent and as i said earlier it is extremely comfortable for ds!

It is however quite heavy when lifting to put into your boot, although the fact at the wheels pop off very easily is a very big help as i have a small boot.

Bit of an epic but hope that helps.

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 20:45:16

Carrycot (blue)
chassis fixed wheels & swivel wheels
no seat

seat £80 on ebay

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 20:50:27

Oh i need a seat and dont need a carrycot

would you sell the swivel wheels?

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 20:56:37

May be able to sell chassis & seat for £180

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 20:58:02

Lol, sorry I have the chassis and stuff, i would like to buy the swivel wheels

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 21:00:37

ok not sure how much £25-£20?????

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 21:02:43

they are about £24 new

so i dunno??

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 21:05:43

what would you pay??

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 21:09:08

If they are in good condition £17 inc p&p?

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 21:46:11

no? lol

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 22:06:14

Sorry been feeding baby lol can i get back to you next week??

kitsandbits Thu 30-Aug-07 22:41:27


I think ill just buy new , thanks though

mumo75 Thu 30-Aug-07 22:56:28

ok no probs xx

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