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Kiddie boards.... help. Reccomendations pls

(8 Posts)
Nicplus1and1baking Tue 30-Nov-10 10:26:31

I have decided not to buy a double pram when dc2 is born, dd will be 2.7m and am hoping by then she will be sensible enough to use a buggy board.

How do i know which one to get what fits etc.

Any reccomendations for prams that you can fit a board on etc.

Would like it to be parent facing.

WaftyCrank Tue 30-Nov-10 15:33:27

I've had a Buzz and Sola with the Lascal Maxi board on. Both fit well and pushed fine.

Nicplus1and1baking Tue 30-Nov-10 16:12:09

quite liked the urbo and thats quite similar to the sola i think.

WaftyCrank Tue 30-Nov-10 16:37:38

Yes it is a similar design I think. Has smaller back wheels and the basket is a bit smaller but not much difference otherwise I don't think.

I highly recommend the Sola though, I love mine.

Nicplus1and1baking Tue 30-Nov-10 19:25:23

mmmm i do like the sola but dh loves the alloys on the urbo lol

Is there space for lo to hold on to somewhere on the sola if you know wot i mean.

Hevster Tue 30-Nov-10 19:50:28

lascal have a buggy board fit page which tells you which boards of theirs fit which buggies. You should find it if you google them.

WaftyCrank Wed 01-Dec-10 09:54:37

Yeah DS just holds onto the bars at the side that come up to the handle bar if that makes sense.

My friend also has the Sola with buggy board and her DD faces her rather than the baby and holds onto the handle.

The Urbo is a lovely pram too, I don't know anyone with that pram though.

After I bought my Sola when it first came out, 7 of my friends have also bought it!

So I think I would go for the Urbo just to have something different.

TeaandCake Thu 02-Dec-10 17:13:04

Mountain Buggy Urban with carrycot and Lascal Kiddy Board.

Worked brilliantly for me and my DS (2 yr 6 mo gap).

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