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Cheaper alternative to Versa

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simplynails Thu 09-May-13 14:24:49

Hey all,

I don't mean to sound insulting to the Versa, as I doubt there is anything else out there like it, but unfortunately it's just a bit too expensive. I already have an Oyster which I want to sell but doubt I'll get much for it. I've found the versa for £344 which is better than rrp.

Just wondered if there was a cheaper alternative or should I splash out?

DD is 7 months old.

Would like it to be comfortable for DD, smooth and easy to push on and off road. A good all rounder I suppose.

I also want this pushchair to last a while.

Thanks for any help.

Tiggywunkle Thu 09-May-13 21:39:57

Honestly - I would splash out.
You could look at prices for a Mutsy Evo or an iCandy Cherry - probably second hand, but the Versa is exceptionally good and should tackle anything you need it to do until the end of your DCs pushchair days.
I could suggest other pushchairs but they are all a similar price to the Versa...

Ihateparties Thu 09-May-13 22:45:37

The jane muum does in a basic sense what the versa does, on paper. Reversible seat, folds facing either direction. I don't know if irl it's really that simple though.

The muum will be fine very light off road but nothing more and the feel is very different.

I'm struggling to think of any real contender that costs less. Imo for the quality and feel of it the versa is a bargain compared to its competitors, in my head no 300 quid plus pushchair could never be an actual bargain :-)

simplynails Sat 11-May-13 14:14:43

Thank you both for your replies.

Looks like it's the Versa for us then..... now just to find the money lol. Found it for £340 from boots. Has anyone seen it cheaper elsewhere?

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