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Easywalker Mosey - how 'offroad' is it?

(8 Posts)
CaptainMorgansMistress Wed 05-Nov-14 14:20:32

Still trying to decide between the mosey and the BJ versa gt.

Just wondering, those of you who have the Mosey - could you tell me how off road suitable it is?

Are we talking flat gravelly paths in a nice park or muddy fields, sandy beaches and mountains?


CaptainMorgansMistress Sat 08-Nov-14 23:14:32

Hopeful bump...

Tiggywunkle Wed 12-Nov-14 22:02:20

I think the Mosey and GT can handle the same kind of terrain. Neither are hard core off road pushchairs but they can handle gravelly paths, big lumps and bumps and steep banks etc. I don't think I would do muddy fields but I would do muddy paths. Sandy beaches are always fine where the sand is flat, but at the top, even off road pushchairs can struggle. It depends what your sand is like! The Mosey should be better in snow. The back axle of the GT cuts into the snow.

Tiggywunkle Wed 12-Nov-14 22:03:44

Just to add, I have done uneven / short tufty grass in the Mosey - not nicely mown parks - really rough stuff.

CaptainMorgansMistress Wed 19-Nov-14 21:55:44

That's really helpful Tiggy thank you!

Currently swaying towards the versa as it seems just a bit more robust and the fold dimensions are better but not sure about the extra weight - and the mosey is a lot prettier!

Tiggywunkle Thu 20-Nov-14 21:42:36

I would probably say the Mosey was as robust as the Versa, if not more so. There's certainly less movement in the chassis.

jjj789 Fri 21-Nov-14 13:12:28

Heck, I was all set to get the Armadillo Flip and had never heard of the Mosey and now I'm back to square one! Looks lovely! Someone help me choose?! smile

CaptainMorgansMistress Fri 21-Nov-14 19:47:21

Gah Tiggy I'm never going to decide!!

Am I correct in thinking you would choose the mosey over the versa?

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