Baby advice…lightweight stroller that can do offroad a bit?
Jane powertrack 360 from ebay
very light, a real all terrain buggy. can only compare to the queeny and this is much lighter to lift in the car and goes over anything.
the only thing is, it will take your entire boot and it’s not for going into shops, it’s way too wide.
we live in the country and it’s fantastic. manoeuvres very lightly and it’s got disc brakes FFS!!!!Posted 8 years agomick_rSubscriber
Lister – will email some stuff later. Mtn buggy is kind of the stripped down ti-hardtail of the pushchair world.
Mrs has just got it down from the attic and made sure it is all clean / tidy / photographed for Ebay so will send all the info over tonight. We’ve watched a few recently and similar age / condition seem to go for £150 to £200.
Honest specs are here:-
I think the exact thing you want is the Mountain Buggy Breeze. Looks similar to ours but nearer Mclaren size (slightly smaller wheels and only 6kg instead of 8kg). However not made any more so quite hard to find (there are a couple on ebay).Posted 8 years agodexterbexleyMember
We’ve had aMountain Buggy Breeze for 2 years and its ace – rolls over anything and it’s dead simple with nothing to go wrong really. On country walks I find myself picking lines like I’m biking, it just goes over anything!
Bought a cheap small wheel buggy to go on holiday in Mallorca and it was sh1te – catches on every small pebble and dip and bucks the boy about.
The breeze is a bit more expensive but I still see old models around town as they last for ages and keep their value.
MattPosted 8 years agofubarMember
Maclaren XLR copes well with gravel / rough tracks..much better than Quinny Zapp, for instance. It has larger wheels than the lower/smaller models and feels to have a little suspension. It’s above your suggested budget if looking for new (ours was about £180) and is still quite large when folded (especially when compared to the Zapp) but overall very good.Posted 8 years ago
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