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Versa GT or Easywalker Mosey
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ShergarAndSpies · 21/09/2014 22:30

I know the mosey is only just this second being released but wondered if anyone who has seen it could tell me how it compares to the versa GT which is currently top of my list.

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Tiggywunkle · 24/09/2014 15:15

I have had the Versa GT and I have a Mosey. This is a very difficult question because both pushchairs are excellent. The Mosey is a neater, narrower, smaller pushchair whilst still being 'full size'. The Versa feels bigger all round. Both are sturdy but the Mosey chassis is solid whereas there is a bit of movement in the Versa chassis.
The Versa has the huge hood, huge seat with foot rest, large basket. The Mosey also has a huge extending hood, large seat with calf rest and a smaller basket! The look and feel is very different to both.
The Versa has the framed seat which some people prefer for a younger child, whereas the Mosey seat is great for a toddler to hop in and out of on their own. The Mosey seat is a bit nearer the ground, the Versa seat is higher.
The Mosey handles a bit better, but the Versa is lovely to push too, although it feels a bit heavier. Both are easy to fold, but the Mosey isn't quite as heavy. For me, the Mosey is easier to handle folded and I prefer the neater feel.
I think on balance it is hard to call which is better. It will boil down to personal preference. Both are very very good - pushchairs at the top of their field.

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ShergarAndSpies · 24/09/2014 22:07

That is fantastically helpful Tiggy thank you.

Think we'll have to wait until we can have a good play with both and see which feels 'right'.

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MrsM2509 · 25/09/2014 08:13

Can I ask where you got your mosey from? I can't find it to buy anywhere

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Tiggywunkle · 26/09/2014 20:53

I have an EU fabric one. However they arrive here in the UK really soon.

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ShergarAndSpies · 26/09/2014 22:16

I've heard that Mamas and papas are going to stock it from October

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Zozo1982 · 30/09/2014 11:43

Tiggy, Please can you tell me how the bee3 and mosey compare in size and weight? I am looking for something I can easily get in and out of the car, and very occasionally use on public transport. thank you.

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Tiggywunkle · 02/10/2014 19:48

The Mosey is 1.5kgs heavier than the Bee. However its not no flapping bits like the Bee has and is easy to carry. Size wise, they are fairly similar. The Mosey might be a tad longer, but I suspect it is flatter. I have both here, so I will have a look when I get a minute. There is no comparison in quality and looks. The Mosey is much better IMHO.

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Zozo1982 · 02/10/2014 20:00

Thank you very much. One further query, is it practical to remove the seat of the mosey to get it in the car ( to make it lighter)? I know this can be done with the bee but it seems tricky to do.

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Tiggywunkle · 04/10/2014 15:35

Yes its incredibly easy to pop the seat off. Its just a pull handle and the seat comes off. The seat folds in half like a clam shell for storage.

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