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Pushchair / Stroller weight limit

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Sooty7 Fri 24-Jul-09 19:05:06

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horsemadgal Fri 24-Jul-09 19:16:01

Most are only safety tested to that limit in this country.
Mine was in a buggy at 3 stone!

Baby Jogger City Mini good for big ones, folds and pushes easily but it's not umbrella fold.

I hate strollers, my sons feet always trailed on the ground and small wheels were hard to push him. I loved my Zapp though but no recline.

nicolamumof3 Fri 24-Jul-09 19:46:15

agree its just because they are tested to that limit. i haven't even a clue what my chunky 2yr old weighs blush

feedthegoat Fri 24-Jul-09 19:48:55

I still use my Mclaren occaisionally for my 18kg 3 year old if I'm walking miles (I don't drive). It's getting harder to push up hill mind grin.

Seona1973 Fri 24-Jul-09 20:02:25

I occasionally use a cheapy tesco stroller for ds who is 18kgs at 2.9 years.

buggylovinmummy Sat 25-Jul-09 09:16:36

My ds is a big boy and ive got the baby jogger city mini. its fab hes got loads of room and the weight limit is more than that but i cant remember exactly what it is, sorry.

DavidatPramworld Sat 25-Jul-09 12:13:03

All UK buggies and prams are tested to 15kg by British Standards.

Sooty7 Sat 25-Jul-09 23:46:42

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