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which shall i get????

(12 Posts)
babydrip Tue 25-Aug-09 21:50:06

Looking at a reversable pushchair....now looking at the new britax vigour 3 or the maxi cosi mura....any thoughts anyone??
My friend has the older style vigour which is great...new one even better but keep getting drawn towards the mura!....please help me make up my mind before i drive my hubby mad! grin
love
Tracey
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babydrip Tue 25-Aug-09 22:11:55

anyone??? sad
no one sad
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mumandlovingit Tue 25-Aug-09 22:22:47

i like the silver cross linear freeway. thats what we are getting with our next one.it faces both ways and the pram bit comes off and you can put a ventura car seat straight onto the frame. they have them in toys r us and john lewis and silver cross directly
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babydrip Tue 25-Aug-09 22:25:48

oh Il have a look at it, though dont really need the carrycot or car seat part as youngest now 7 months and i am using a travel system that has a carrycot and car seat, its just the pushchair attachement only faces outwards
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thankyouuuuu

laneyjay Wed 26-Aug-09 14:52:13

I bought the Mutsy 4Rider Lite. Reversible, great all rounder. Tall handle, no puncture tyres, very smart looking. Carry cot and car seat clip directly into frame.

kellyatbabyguds Wed 26-Aug-09 15:21:45

I have the Vigour 3 and love it! Its so light and easy to use compared to the Mura which feels so heavy. Also no punctures with vigour.

Lucyn2288 Wed 26-Aug-09 21:30:57

The quinny buzz 3, is revisable and is a lovely pram.

sleepysox Wed 26-Aug-09 21:41:01

I've just bought a Vigour 4+ and rate it highly. It's easy to steer, small and compact enough to fit in my boot and has a bit of bounce in the chassis- good for going up and down kerbs. When I tried the Mura I found it a bit too bulky tbh.

Unless you're planning on lots of country/ off road walks, or live where the paths are really bumpy and gravelly, I;d go for the Britax.

HTH
Sleepy

babydrip Wed 26-Aug-09 22:00:52

thankyou all..very impressed!
looked at the buzz but the seat and hood looked a bit small to me....
humm think im erring towards the britax....would you say 4 or 3?....

sleepysox Thu 27-Aug-09 11:50:07

I like the 4 because I once had a 3 wheeler with an upright seat that tipped over on someone's drive way and then again when I was trying to get it up a kerb in town. That was a Zooper, but I haven't heard of a Britax 3 wheeler tipping, I'm just paranoid now.

Sorry- I'm not much help.

kellyatbabyguds Thu 27-Aug-09 14:39:07

I have the 3 and find it so easy to push whilst holding onto my 4 year old. I have tried it over all kinds of ground and have never found it to tip

babydrip Thu 27-Aug-09 19:40:16

Thankyou all very much! grin
great help!.....yep i think im leaning towards the britax vigour the 3 wheeled one....just fancy a 3 wheeler...had a pink infinity...loved it..unfortunatly sold it as thought id never have another little girl! durhh! how wrong was i!!! wink grin....so thought a britax in black ....could pink it up big style with lots of pink accesories! grin...not that im obsessed you understand! blush haha
thought also black would probably better for resale.....did really like the mutsy literiders but felt the seat was quiet small...especially in comparison to the vigour.....
thankyou again....just waiting on payment for my phil and teds then off to kiddicare! whoop whoop!..il let you know what i decide on...just incase i get sidetracked in kiddicare! haha
love
Tracey
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