Excerpt: I absolutely love this buggy. It's easy to push, it's really sturdy and my son looks really comfortable in it. The carrycot section easily lasted until 6 months when we changed over to the seat section. The basket is massive which is great but the best thing is the extendible hood.
Summary: Been using this item for just under 6 months, it's beautiful, easy to manoeuvre, my daughter seems very comfortable in it, being our 3rd child we have seen a few pushchairs and until a week ago this was my favourite.
Excerpt: We bought our buffalo because we have a very large dog and local woodlands in which we walk her, so we needed something that could handle uneven terrain. I had seen people in the woods with other pushchairs struggling, so I knew large wheels were key.
Excerpt: Having had 4 children, this is not my first buggy, however, I can safely say after 10 years of being a bit of a 'buggy junkie' I'm settled and sorted and wish this model was available a decade ago when I first embarked upon 'baby shopping!
Excerpt: I'll be honest, the Buffalo in carrycot mode is huge! No way we'd get away with it being our only pushchair; we have a Bee as well that we bought when we were expecting my toddler. The Buffalo gets used for weekend walks, trips to friends' houses and holidays.
Excerpt: Pros:<br><br>Folds down into one piece and stands up on its own.<br>Can be folded down into two pieces by removing seat for even smaller storage.<br>The sun canopy unzips to expand further, which is great to keep the wind and rain out or to encourage sleep.
" Fabulous, smooth ride, joy to steer, baby loved it…"
5 October 2013
Excerpt: Have had my buffalo for 6 months, I also have a bee+.<br><br>In newborn mode, the baby is lovely and warm, nicely covered up and cosy. You can fold the buffalo down in one piece, however in carrycot mode it is still very bulky.
Summary: I have today taken delivery of the apron set needed to complete my hotly anticipated Buffalo- very exciting! The chassis itself is relatively easy to assemble although there is a knack to attaching the carrycot fabric to the frame.