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Lascal or bugaboo buggyboard with Bee+ ?

(8 Posts)
rumtumtugger Sun 19-May-13 14:41:30

Which is most comfortable for you as the pram pusher of a Bugaboo Bee Plus with attached buggyboard - a Lascal (mini/maxi), or the Bugaboo version? I don't want to give myself a bad back hunching over or walking to the side of the pram!

TwitchyTail Sun 19-May-13 14:59:20

i have a Bee+ but no board, but found this to tide you over until more helpful people come along!

rumtumtugger Sun 19-May-13 20:53:57

Great, thank you for the link!! Think I'll go with the Lascal unless someone suggests otherwise?

fluzle Sun 19-May-13 21:09:29

I have a Chameleon, not a Bee, so not sure if the same applies, but I was lent a Lascal and found it extremely difficult to steer. I then bought a Bugaboo board and have been delighted with it; it has been money very well spent!

Ihateparties Sun 19-May-13 21:21:10

Imo the bugaboo is a better board but i don't honestly know how you'll fare walking behind it. The lascal protrudes less but it's probably still a case of adjusting your stride. I have a lascal mini that i put on everything and it's extremely adaptable but with the choice you have i personally would go with the bug board.

carrielou2007 Sun 19-May-13 22:42:28

I hated the bugaboo one though many fund it good. I'm tall and it's shape meant j go stanly kicked it. Lascsl us fab, u gave the maxi so u dan use it in my cam and bee but mini slightly flusher fit fur bee. We have half hour walk to school/preschool and find Lascal board is fab grin

rumtumtugger Mon 20-May-13 10:48:08

Hmmm....might see if I can trial both then!

rumtumtugger Mon 20-May-13 10:49:03

Can you get on buses with both boards?

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