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Pushchair for 5.5 mth old

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rainydaysarerubbish Tue 09-Aug-11 10:55:19

We currently have a bugaboo cameleon which I love but was thinking of getting a more lightweight pushchair as we are going on holiday next month and wanted something a bit more transportable. Also we would use it after holiday when going out in the car. DD will be 5.5 months by then, ideally I want something that will lie flat so she can havae naps when we are out and about on holiday. So far I have looked at the maclaren XT and the mothercare urbanite. Are there any others I have missed or does anyone have an recommendations on the above two?

Tiggywunkle Tue 09-Aug-11 12:31:37

Baby Jogger City Mini or given your LO is almost six months have a look at the Maxi Cosi Noa. It doesnt have a flat recline but there is a good recline. Its excellent for travelling and the car.

Nanny01 Tue 09-Aug-11 20:23:16

Baby jogger for me we took ours to the states it fold really easy and we bought the travel bag for it. The bag was worth it though as I could see the baggage handlers throwing it down the shute to load on to the plane , so unless it is really cheap think about a bag for it I have seen them on ebay and will really save you money.

changer22 Tue 09-Aug-11 20:24:58

Mountain Buggy Terrain. It really is fantastic.

mamadivazback Wed 10-Aug-11 09:14:32

There's a lot of choice out there but if you possibly can stay away from Mothercare stuff as it tends to be a bit on the shawdy side and does'nt last very well.

I had an XT for my DS who was 2 at the time and hated it but many people swear by them, I just did'nt like the clunky recline and weird sticky handles.

I then bought a City Mini which was fab, folds compact with a pull strap, lays flat (although needs a bit of padding) and copes with most terrains as well as being relatively lightweight.

But take a look at-
Cosatto Yo
Hauck Capri
Maxi Cosi Mila
Baby Jogger City Mini
Nipper 360
Mountain buggy swift
Loola Up

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