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Is 64cm too wide?

(4 Posts)
JazzyPop Sun 07-Apr-13 01:01:47

I have noticed the mamas and papas moove is on offer at the moment for 199. Im after rear facing and this is well within budget.

Only problem is that its 64cm wide, I have been using a cosatto yo which is less than 50cm wide so feel like I will notice a massive difference.

Does anyone own a pushchair around the 64cm mark? Do you manage to fit through shop doors etc with it ok?

CouthySaysEatChoccyEggs Sun 07-Apr-13 01:12:03

My Hartan Racer that I used for 2 years until very tall DS3 got too tall for it was 65cm wide.

It was ok most of the time - but for some reason the one set of doors I had the most trouble with was the ones at the school office!

Single doors were more of a pain, and inside shops was ok (except in Mothercare...) but getting through single doors took a bit of twisting myself and lifting.

I don't think my baby jogger city mini is anywhere near as wide.

Then again, I'm struggling with that as it's a 3-wheeler and very unbalanced IMO.

JazzyPop Sun 07-Apr-13 01:49:00

Thanks couthy. Never heard of a Hartan Racer il have to do a google smile

Think I will go have a look at the moove in the shop, the frame looks solid and the wheels nice and big so should be a smooth ride which may make up for its wideness

Rockchick1984 Sun 07-Apr-13 09:10:28

I'd have a read of some reviews - I know someone who saw the same bargain price for it, but decided against as all the reviews were awful!

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