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Would you buy a buggy for a 20 month old?
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IUseAnyName · 06/06/2015 14:56

Ours has broken, we use it a handful of times each week but she mostly walks or goes in the carrier.
I'm struggling to jusyify buying another, but at the same time I know it has it's uses (such as naptime outings/carrying shopping).
I like yhe chunky wheels on our broken one but it's just so big! If I got another, what would you recommend?

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Itsallaboutme3 · 06/06/2015 14:59

I would just buy a cheap one. My dd 13 months very rarely uses ours so when ours broke recently i just got a cheap one from mothercare £60 it was and it has been great

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iliketeaalot · 06/06/2015 15:06

We got a very cheap one from kiddicare. It was about 30 quid. We got it when ds was about 8 months and I use it regularly with him now at 19 months. The brake isn't fantastic (!) but it does the job for short journeys or for getting on and off trams.

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Ihateparties · 06/06/2015 15:11

I would but I shop on foot and do 3 miles of school runs plus other walking per day. If I was more car based or had less time sensitive walking to do I maybe wouldn't. My favourite smaller, cheaper pushchair that's still robust with fairly big wheels was the red kite zumi.

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