lozzi- help plz!

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  1. clairescunny55

    clairescunny55 Well-Known Member

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    hello pram/pushchair expert I need your help! I'm after a lightweight, very compact pushchair for Ryan as he is too big for his pram now. It must be small when folded, have a hood/raincovers and footmuff. I really like the quinny ones, are any of those suitable? Thanks x :hug:
     
  2. 1sttimemum

    1sttimemum Well-Known Member

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    Hi There

    I no nothing about prams but didnt want to view and then bugger off, im sure lozzi will be here with your reply in no time.

    XX
     
  3. mummykay

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  4. lozzi

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    Hellooooo :)



    I love quinnys :D lol



    Quinny zapp, not yet, it doenst recline and obviously is no good to you yet..


    Quinny Speedi's are supposed to be really good, but i havent personal experience... so cant comment.

    Quinny Buzz -


    Old style - very roomy fab, but not compact fold by a long way....

    New style - Look fab, again not compact fold, and the seat belts arent very big! my bam isnt fat by a long way, but htey were gettin tight on her when she had her coat on, so i had to get rid :(



    Alternatives, personally i would go for a from birth stroller.

    Depending what your budget is i would suggest buying:


    Petite star Zia + footmuff approx £130


    if you can stretch an XLR (they come with pushchair, raincover, reversible pram liner, and footmuff) brand new they are RRP£179 but if u search around you can get them cheaper...

    eg

    http://www.babybyes.com/itemdetl.php/it ... techno_xlr

    but you can get some bargains on ebay ;) if you need help searching then lemme know :)



    Or alternatively have a look at the many different umbrella fold prams.... Even if they dont come wit a footmuff you can always get a buggysnuggle... god i love them :D

    look at my lady in one of hers (not in pram tho ;) ) :


    [​IMG]

    There is a bargain pram M&P beat buggy at argos 68.99 from nearly 90....
     
  5. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    ohhh loving the snuggle, im a buggy snuggle addict too, but we got the stripey rainbow one and the iccle pink flowery one for the pram
     
  6. lozzi

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    Ive got 2 at the mo, just got rid of pink pom other week, ive got the flower fur pictured, and the hearts fur...


    LUSH <3



    i LOVE snuggles.. so versatile... use mine in car seat, on the floor as you can see and the obvious in the prams :D
     
  7. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    still cant work out how to keep mine in position in the bugaboo nothing to tie it too :(
     
  8. lozzi

    lozzi Well-Known Member

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    ive had some funny prams for top ties too :roll:
     
  9. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    hmmmm maybe a good idea for me needing a new buggy lmao so i can attach my buggy snuggle
     
  10. lozzi

    lozzi Well-Known Member

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    ABSOLUTELY :D lol
     
  11. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    :dance: i wrote a list of every buggy i had and im not far behind you, no wonder my OH wont let me buy any more, since he pays for each one :rotfl:
     
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    lozzi Well-Known Member

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    Can u imagine what kind of numbers i'll be up to by the time she is 2? or if i had another baby!? :shock:

    Doenst bare thinking about does it lol
     
  13. paradysso

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    lmao my habbit slowed down after she was 1. im really trying to be good, i just buy nappies now haha but i think i spend more on nappies now :shock:
     
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    lozzi Well-Known Member

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    I was considering starting with the reusables, but for the outlay cost, it seems a lot, especially considering my plan is to start potty training as soon as she is walking....








    ***PS... sorry total thread hijack :oops: ****
     
  15. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    its well worth it, u cud have matching nappies to buggy lmao

    its made toilet training so much easier, as alana feels when shes wet. plus u can buy 2nd hand really cheap
     

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