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Help me decide which buggy!

(11 Posts)
PDR Wed 23-Sep-09 21:34:43

Ok so my Buzz has broken and have been brilliant and just taken in back no problems and given me a full refund (same colorway no longer on sale so couldn't replace).

Now I am looking for a new buggy!

Am condisoring:-

Jane Slalom Pro
Phil & Teds
Bug Cameleon (justification: will have another baby next year...)

My DS is 16 months, average size/height and we live in a village with few pavements so walking on the road safely is quite difficult and I prefer him to be contained in the buggy!

Suggestions pls................

PDR Thu 24-Sep-09 09:57:31


horsemadgal Thu 24-Sep-09 10:56:18

They are all lovely.
You'd probably need the Phil and Ted's anyway if have a baby next year.

Babybear1 Thu 24-Sep-09 11:27:23

I'd go for the phil & teds. We're having a baby in Jan, DD will be 18 months & after spending a fortune on a lovely travel system for her, are now having to sell it to get a phil & teds.............Don't know what we were thinking that we didn't get a P & Ts to start with !!!

PDR Thu 24-Sep-09 16:58:42

Was thinking aboout the Bug and the board thing that they stand on...?

Or am I kidding myself that I won't need a double buggy?

Not pregnant atm so will DS will be minimum 2.2 yrs before I have another baby...

horsemadgal Fri 25-Sep-09 00:02:02

I suppose it depends how much walking you plan to do.
I'd say 2.2 years is too young for the board, but then I'm softie mummy!

PDR Fri 25-Sep-09 13:57:56

Ok I have NO self control.

I went to local ind. store and they were selling the Jane with all bits and carrycot/carseat thing for £499 take away there and then... so I did!

That solves that then

horsemadgal Fri 25-Sep-09 16:46:05

Yay, what colour did you get?

PDR Fri 25-Sep-09 20:50:31

I got "Pigment" which is red & black but mostly red (only option....)

Just seen that I could have got the same deal from Mothercare for £20 less but then I would have had to wait in for delivery - plus the store I got it from has great customer service, loan buggies when yours' is in for repair etc.

I've seen loads of ppl arguing with the manageress in our local mothercare so don't think they're v good!

horsemadgal Fri 25-Sep-09 23:27:37

The Pigment is gorgeous.

PDR Sat 26-Sep-09 20:38:17

I think so! Took it out for a spin today and popped into the office to --show off-- show them wink

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