Parent Facing Buggy
QueenSconetta · 15/10/2013 14:31
The buggy part of our travel system (Concord neo) has seen better days as was used for a long time with DD1.
We have an umbrella fold stroller but I feel DD2 will be too little to go into this, despite it being suitable from 6 months, especially as it's going into winter.
So I'm looking for a parent facing buggy, ideally not too expensive, although I am also going to look at getting one second hand.
Ihateparties · 15/10/2013 14:38
There are so many, To give an idea of what you're looking for specifically what do you like and dislike about your neo?
What sort of budget?
QueenSconetta · 15/10/2013 14:42
I like the neo and would replace it with another one if I could cheaply, but it's just the buggy part I need but can only seem to get a whole new travel system.
My only real specifications are that it needs to have swivel wheels, a hood and a rain cover. A good shopping basket would be good, as the neo's was woeful (and has since been eaten by a mouse in the garage anyway!).
QueenSconetta · 15/10/2013 14:44
Budget wise I guess about £100 new or would look at a more expensive one second hand.
NoIHaventHadTheBabyYet · 15/10/2013 14:47
QueenSconetta · 15/10/2013 14:51
Hadn't heard of the njoy. They seem quite reasonably priced.
Ihateparties · 15/10/2013 16:23
If you're not specifically looking for anything smaller then I would look at things like the graco evo,mutsy evo,oyster, icandy cherry etc. Those would be used.
There is very little you can get for 100 new, a reworked petite star bubble from nursery value might be close to it.
On another thread someone mentioned the kiddicare imax is on sale at the minute for 125, if you have a kiddicare nearby it's an excellent place to take a look at things.
TinyTear · 15/10/2013 16:30
i love my Uppababy Vista
can be both parent facing and then front facing when the child squirms and wants to see what is happening
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