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Can anybody give me information/opinion on this off-roader

(17 Posts)
EmmaNicole Wed 12-Oct-11 21:32:13

Hey pushchair experts...I'm living in France and looking to buy an off-road pushchair. It doesn't have to do anything other than suit country walks as I have a Bee Plus and Zapp for town/shopping etc. I've seen this advertised locally and wondered if anybody knows anything about it??:


Tiggywunkle Wed 12-Oct-11 22:07:25

I know nothing about it, but it looks like a nice clean, large wheeled pushchair which could well be good for country walks! I would consider it to be honest!

SazZaVoom Wed 12-Oct-11 22:09:47

I agree with Tiggy. Very nice looking and wheels big enough for snow/mud/rocks. The only Q i would have is does it recline?

Tiggywunkle Wed 12-Oct-11 22:43:39

I would suggest it has a toggle recline - there's a red toggle dangling down the back and there looks like there is fabric at the sides to let down.

Tiggywunkle Wed 12-Oct-11 22:46:24

There's also a hand brake which could be useful for coming down hills; 'follow the sun' type hood and the suspension looks good! I am not sure you would be able to remove the side wheels but the front wheel looks like it would come off easily.

MonkeysPunk Thu 13-Oct-11 10:38:42

Looks v good.

EmmaNicole Thu 13-Oct-11 12:35:16

Thanks very much for your thoughts. I've tried to Google it to get some more info. I think they meant to write Reebok and not Reebook! But is does look good from the photos and a good price too. I was considering having a Nipper sent over from UK which would have cost about £200. DH not happy though as I'll have 3 pushchairs again....he won't believe me when I say it's quite modest compared to some!!!

Tiggywunkle Thu 13-Oct-11 14:05:43

Tell DH I've got something like 15 at the minute (I lose count every time I try) which may make DH calmer about having three wink!

SazZaVoom Thu 13-Oct-11 14:18:09

I have 4 grin

BUT, the ones i use most are my single three wheeler (old mothercare one with a toggle recline which is fab) and my trusty Mountain Buggy Terrain. I think this one looks really nice smile

SazZaVoom Thu 13-Oct-11 14:18:20

and cheap wink

MonkeysPunk Thu 13-Oct-11 14:31:24

I think 3 pushchairs is the minimum you can do with personally - a town/comfort pram, an off-roader and a lightweight buggy. 3 IS modest! wink

Hevster Fri 14-Oct-11 19:12:42

I love you all, my friends spent most of this morning ripping the pi** out of me for buying buggy no 4 this week!

pramsgalore Fri 14-Oct-11 19:18:20

at he moment i have 5 in the house, 6 in the out house and 2 in the loft blush dp is not amused smile, i use 4 of them.

SazZaVoom Fri 14-Oct-11 20:31:26

Hevster - you have a buggy, a pushchair, an off-roader and a moveable cot wink

EmmaNicole Sat 15-Oct-11 09:45:14

I'm a frustrated pushchair addict...I would have about 10 if allowed!!! You obviously have very understanding/easy-going husbands - mine's a stubborn so-and-so!!

Tiggywunkle Sat 15-Oct-11 11:28:38

Lol mine was but he's a broken man now smile Aww...he's lovely! But he knows as one comes in another goes back out. He worries more if it's one to keep and will ask if it's a keeper or not lolol

pramsgalore Sat 15-Oct-11 11:41:53

mine is near breaking point grin but he has had 12 years of pushchairs and 6 of them with loads of doubles and singles, bless him

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