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Please can someone invent a stroller with all terrain tyres

(8 Posts)
Marzipants Fri 05-Aug-16 00:26:00

My 9mo DD is currently in a Maclaren Techno after her older brother got too old to go on a Mountain Buggy Duet. I'm enjoying not having so many comments from strangers about the size of the buggy ("It looks bigger than it is", delivered with my best fuck-off-face), but I really miss the feel of the MB. Every lump and bump is annoying me, and pushing the buggy on gravel today - - no idea what I was thinking - - was a right pain.

Does such a thing as an all-terrain stroller exist? And if not please can someone make one. As long as you name it after me you can keep the royalties. grin

Hufflepuffin Fri 05-Aug-16 13:43:39

I think the baby jogger city mini gt is the closest thing to an all terrain stroller, but it's not really a stroller.

Boredomismyenemy Fri 05-Aug-16 13:55:54

Not strollers but compact options like Baby Jogger City mini GT, mountain buggy mini, out and about nipper any good? I could never get on with strollers so stuck to my baby jogger.

SingingMyOwnSpecialSong Fri 05-Aug-16 13:59:44

Out n about now do a little nipper stroller version with eva tyres.

Marzipants Fri 05-Aug-16 19:02:28

I'm now eyeing up the micra life fastfold or P&T Smart. I was hoping for something a little cheaper though... And it is so handy that a shopping basket fits perfectly over the handles of my maclaren.

Marzipants Fri 05-Aug-16 19:04:03

I have always been wary of three wheelers, for so long now that I can't actually remember why. Maybe it's time to look again.

SingingMyOwnSpecialSong Fri 05-Aug-16 20:53:12

You do have to watch for tipping if going sideways on an incline (such as getting onto a steep verge to let a car past) but haven't found it a problem tbh. I've been a nanny for 20 years (and am now a mum) and out n abouts are my favourite of the buggies I have used.

Tiggywunkle Mon 08-Aug-16 11:43:57

The Baby Jogger City Mini GT is well worth a look. The Easywalker Mini / Mosey too. The Nipper is excellent - especially on difficult surfaces like sand. The Bumbleride Indie 4 is an excellent push and has great wheels. I also have a Gesslein S4 which goes over all sorts.

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