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Rear facing pushchair for a toddler - iCandy cherry, loola up??

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Psychobabble Wed 03-Sep-08 20:08:09

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nicolamumof3 Wed 03-Sep-08 20:26:11

have a look a hauck infinity, i've heard they are good, theres one on for sale board for £75 bn, and kiddicare they are £100 i think!

MadameOvary Wed 03-Sep-08 20:31:41

The Loola is heavy and cumbersome, heard of too many problems with the Cherry's wheels. I love my Bee, it is light, easy to push, easy to fold, perfect, but not cheap!

bodiddly Wed 03-Sep-08 20:35:46

I had a loola and it was easy to fold etc but almost impossible to push one handed so we ended up getting a quinny buzz

Psychobabble Wed 03-Sep-08 20:38:59

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Psychobabble Wed 03-Sep-08 21:10:06

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nicolamumof3 Wed 03-Sep-08 21:14:20

great, would love to know what you think of it? Is it from kiddicare as that was a great offer with them!

Psychobabble Thu 04-Sep-08 09:57:48

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FAQ Thu 04-Sep-08 10:01:16

I've got the Hauck Inifnity - bought the whole set (carrycot, and pushchair) for DS3 from birth - he's 15 months now - and forward facing - but I love it and have no intentions of replacing it for something that's easier to get on buses etc grin

nicolamumof3 Thu 04-Sep-08 11:42:15

I bet its lovely! I want one, but just spent £380 on a p&t packaged, and then another £45 on a buggysnuggle...whoops!

LittleMyDancing Thu 04-Sep-08 11:45:41

they've changed the design of the loola chassis now so it's got one continuous handle, and you can push it really easily with one hand. I tried someone's in the street the other day, much better.

I have to say, we loved our Loola for the carrycot bit, which you can put in the car too, and which DS slept in for months.

Psychobabble Fri 05-Sep-08 20:00:43

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nicolamumof3 Fri 05-Sep-08 20:11:05

great, so glad you are pleased with it, is it easy to reverse the seat and fold down? i would def look at one of these if i ever had another!

Psychobabble Fri 05-Sep-08 20:14:30

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EachPeachPearMum Fri 05-Sep-08 21:13:05

FAQ- is the Hauck difficult to get on buses?
How small does it fold ?(thinking car boot)

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