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Anyone know if this is a worthwhile buy or not? Hauck.

(9 Posts)
CrazyPlateLady Tue 09-Nov-10 19:54:10

here

I am thinking of getting a new pushchair for DC 2, its not a total necessity but I don't like the Mamas and Papas Aria I had for DS.

This one is lovely and lightweight but I'm not sure if it was bordering on flimsy (which the Aria definitely was).

CrazyPlateLady Tue 09-Nov-10 19:56:49

graco

Or this one?

sazm Tue 09-Nov-10 20:49:06

hey,if u r near a toys r us it might be worth a look in store, they had a big sale on in the one i was in the other day,selling their display stock with a decent knock down on price.

CrazyPlateLady Tue 09-Nov-10 20:56:07

Yes this one was £299 reduced to £149.99, I saw it today but I didn't know if it was worth it and I can't seem to find any reviews online.

5inthebed Tue 09-Nov-10 21:08:56

I would steer clear of the Graco one tbh. It is hard to steeer and to bump up and down pavements because of the odd shape of the handles and back frame.

The hauck one looks ok, but the wheels might not be too great, they look quite thin.

What about this Chicco one which also has a carrycot or this Graco

tutu100 Tue 09-Nov-10 22:54:54

I would reccomend this graco one here. I had one. They are very lightweight, yet are compatible with the graco autobaby car seat if you need that. They fold really flat and I found it much easier to push a one handled one than a 2 handled pushchair. The one I had for ds1 survived 3 years of real abuse, it got walked miles, it has a very large basket which I used to seriously overload. It just kept going. I only got rid of it when ds2 came along as I thought I'd treat myself to a different buggy (which I hated).

SickOnMyShoulder Wed 10-Nov-10 07:50:25

mamas and papas luna 4 wheel pushes a lot nicer than the aria but is still 1 hand push. I think they are very cheap in the sale right nice. You can use your own mamas and papas car seat with it, or add a carrycot (i've seen a few in v.goof condition on ebay)

CrazyPlateLady Wed 10-Nov-10 09:50:41

Thanks. I'll have a look at them when I have a bit more time. smile

sazm Wed 10-Nov-10 09:53:28

the luna mix is reduced to £145 brand new on the mamasandpapas website just now. really nice to push,pretty sturdy,but i wouldnt recommend it for a larger child,maybe upto 18mopnths.

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