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another1 Posts: 174
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Daisyboo Posts: 1347
My friend got one, but she ended up getting a maclaren buggy before her lo turned one. I rem her saying she found it awkard putting it up and down, in and out of her car, and that it was heavy. She got a lighter buggy for her car. I have to say, I love the look of them, I sceen someone wheeling one in red the other day, and I thought it was gorgeous :wv
another1 Posts: 174
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overthemoon99 Posts: 527
good post another1, we're thinking about getting the my3 also so would love to read more about it. never asked the girl in the shop to fold it but i think i'll go back and see how its folded.
OAT Posts: 2207
Is this the buggy from Mothercare? I was getting one too, paid a small deposit etc loved the look but then a girl I know offered to sell me her Bugaboo so I took that instead....
overthemoon99 Posts: 527
yeah its from mothercare.
kala Posts: 1937
i have it and absolutely love it. have used it in both modes ie lying flat and stroller- its back to lyng down mode/pram mode now for ds2. it def was a good purchase, great value for money and its getting plenty of use.if you want to ask any questions feel free to do so
overthemoon99 Posts: 527
hi kala, do you find it easy to fold? does it have to go into two parts??? i think its 375pounds in derry in the north. so pretty good for a pram and pushchair, thats the foot muff, rain cover, pram liner. think their was somthing else but can't remember now.
kala Posts: 1937
overthemoon99 there are numbers on the frame 1-3 and you press those buttons in sequence ie 123 and it folds in 2 seperate parts ie cos you take off the carrycot/stroller part first and then the frame folds but also because the car seat can sit directly onto the frame without always needing the other part. this has never been a space issue cos it flattens up.
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