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Lightweight Stroller 2006/06/19

Posted by Mummy Ruth in Baby, shopping.
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It’s over a year now since we bought our ‘travel system’.  It’s been great, but recently we’ve been looking for a cheap and really  lightweight stroller now that Olivia’s walking with reins. Today I received delivery of a lightweight stroller in red for Olivia ordered at the fabby Kiddicare website!

[Picture of our Red cadet Buggy]

It cost £24.99 (rrp £29.99) and also included postage and packing and free stuff (2 sunshades for the car). I bought a few other thing too, a red travel harness by Baboz for babies from 6months and up. It’s hard to describe but have a look at the website and a pink click-clip parasol for the buggy by ‘Clair de Lune’.

Baboz web site

I only ordered them late Thursday 15th and received them today at lunchtime, wow! We immediately took the buggy for a stoll and were amazed at how light it was to push and carry up and down the stairs, looks like a good buy. We have not tried the harness yet but looking forward to using that; it can fold into a bag because it’s all material, so it’s easy to take out and about with us in case there is no highchair available. Great for taking on holiday?

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