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Oh my god I'm in love with the Buffalo. Can you put me off?

(8 Posts)
FrazzleRock Fri 22-Jan-16 21:10:56

Tell me bad things please grin

FrazzleRock Sat 23-Jan-16 18:26:35

In that case, I'd better have one!

3sugarsplease Sat 23-Jan-16 18:39:40

Me and DP loved the buffalo too but I hated the fact that there wasn't a car seat to go with it that matched and that I didn't need loads of adapters for. We ended up with the Cybex Priam in the end!

RandomMess Sat 23-Jan-16 18:44:27

Didn't ever have a Buffalo as a little bit after my DC were young.

However I was a pushchair addict, the frog was the BEST ever, the cam was a very close runner up....

Apart from the pain in the arse of being a 2 piece fold it pushed like a dream and worth every penny however I did buy 2nd hand and sell on and it really did cost me very much to have!!!

They are in the car seat minimally on the chassis as young babies should not be in a car seat unless in the car due to the risks.

NarcyCow Sat 23-Jan-16 18:52:45

I was very much in love with my Cameleon and I would pick a Buffalo over any other buggy currently available if I were shopping for one now.

I bought my Cameleon second hand for €400 and sold it for €450 when I was finished with it grin

FrazzleRock Sun 24-Jan-16 16:00:58

I still have an original Frog and an original Bee, but I didn't take very good care of them and stored them in my grotty old shed so they're now covered in mould and rust sad Should have bloody sold them years ago. Such a waste!

I've never had a Chameleon. My DP is very tall so the extra long telescopic handle bar on the Buffalo is a good feature for us. I also love the fact you can fold it in one piece... I'm thinking, as long as I look after it this time, we can sell it on as soon as we no longer need it. That's the idea anyway!
So many £££ but cost per drive could be worth it, and DP hasn't said no....

I will take him for a test drive soon!

Thanks for your responses smile

RandomMess Sun 24-Jan-16 17:15:37

You can clean up the old ones and still sell them on. Mould and mildew remover on the fabrics and clean up the frames!!

Lisad1975 Sun 07-Feb-16 21:11:39

I love my buffalo with all my heart lol

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