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Out and about Nipper

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Jojo13 Thu 18-Feb-16 08:43:18

Anyone have any comments on this? I am after something relatively robust for country walks with my 12mth old. I have a stroller for town and short walks but wanted something robust but easy to manoeuvre.
Also, if anyone knows the difference between the little nipper and the nipper v4 (other than size) that would be helpful.


MiaowTheCat Thu 18-Feb-16 15:35:09

Greatest double buggy ever.

If I could have justified it I would have had a nice shiny new V4 single when DD1 was fully walking but I couldn't wangle that one past the family finances.

As for easy to manouvere - I had one of the older model doubles and that was still pushable up and down kerbs and round obstructions working one handed while carrying a flailing stroppy toddler under the other arm.

5madthings Thu 18-Feb-16 15:40:32

Love it, my five year old still fits in ours, it's the regular one not the v4. When she was little Ds4 then age three would often sit on the footrest at the front and it was still a breeze to push, it's light, easy to steer and a great pushchair. I bought it for use in snowy weather and on muddy fields.

I am expecting Dc6 and have our nipper in the loft and will be using it for this baby. I bought it when Ds4(now 7) was a baby and its still in great condition despite snow, mud, buses, trains and generally being well used.

MrsMarigold Thu 18-Feb-16 15:42:58

Great so easy to steer and light. No idea about the V4 but had one and a mountain buggy and preferred the Nipper.

fusspot66 Thu 18-Feb-16 15:47:23

Great buggy for the money. We had a 2nd hand mountain buggy which was fantastic but didn't fit in the car once DC2 came along. The Nipper was a fraction of the price and nearly as good. Nice deep hood and not too close to child rain cover.

Jojo13 Thu 18-Feb-16 15:49:29

Great, thanks everyone, that's really helpful. Sounds like the ideal option!

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