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well this is different to a buggy board

(16 Posts)
misdee Wed 18-May-05 16:27:15

this is err different

nutcracker Wed 18-May-05 16:29:03

No don't like that either.

Twiglett Wed 18-May-05 16:30:23

I thnk that's fabulous especially for older toddler

just imagine something you don't crack your ankles on

tarantula Wed 18-May-05 16:30:43

Interesting but wouldnt it get in the way of the person pushing? Looks like it would

Gomez Wed 18-May-05 16:32:01


jojo28 Wed 18-May-05 20:26:28

It looks like it's for circus folk. Can just imagine the one on the bike seat juggling!

Gobbledigook Wed 18-May-05 20:31:16

Looks like it'd be a right PITA

Katemum Wed 18-May-05 20:33:16

Wonder how well it goes up and down kerbs, definately wierd!

moondog Wed 18-May-05 20:35:21

I don't understand this constant obsession with paraphernalia to feed/water/move/protect children. There comes a stage when it actually creates more hassle than the actual children!

And where the hell do you store it all?

Lonelymum Wed 18-May-05 20:37:56

I don't know, it looks quite good. Do you think you could get the toddler to push the buggy for you when s/he is riding on that?

PrettyCandles Wed 18-May-05 20:38:07

Buggyboards make sense for the in-between age, but if a child is old enough to ballance safely on that saddle then they're old enough to walk next to you. Besides, having that weight off-centre would surely make pushing the buggy just as hard as with a buggyboard.

PrettyCandles Wed 18-May-05 20:39:28

Hey, they've got a 'Buy 2' offer! How about one on each side? That would sort out the off-balance. Any takers?

moondog Wed 18-May-05 20:39:32

I did waste a lot of time trying to work out how to get the dog to pull/push dd. Too thick unfortunately. The dog,not me.

Lonelymum Wed 18-May-05 20:39:36

Going downhill, you wouldn't have to push at all. A great energy saver for all you hassled mums.

jojo28 Fri 20-May-05 16:49:37

How about the fabulous tug?

Kelly1978 Fri 20-May-05 16:53:41

I kept debating abt that strolli rider, for my 2yo ds, it is strange, but my buggy can't take a buggy board. I've never seen one in real life tho, and I don't know if it would damage the buggy.

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