Excerpt: Having two young children (newborn and 1 year) this pushchair we thought this would fit. <br>the quality of the pushchair is not what you would expect for something worth £1200. Our Sola2 pushchair at £160 feels like a RollsRoyce compaired to this.
Excerpt: I bought the donkey duo for a newborn and toddler. I was initially completely sold on the practicalities, thinking this would be a pram to see me for years! The fact it goes from a single to double and back again was a great selling point for us even if it wasn't the easiest to do.
Excerpt: when i first purchased this buggy it wasnt about how great it looked,i had to make sure my disabled son was going to be comfortable in it <br>it was a great buggy untill recently when i was shopping in town i had put my brake on walked 2 inches away from the buggy,heard a bang i turned around and my...
Excerpt: I adored the Chameleon, thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. So, when I found out we were expecting number 2, it was the first double I thought of and seemed ideal.<br><br>However, having bought it and used it for a month, I've really struggled with a few key things.
" Great idea but... Before you choose a donkey ask yourself some…"
21 April 2012
Excerpt: Great idea but...<br><br>Before you choose a donkey ask yourself some questions<br><br>1) Am I an investment banker? Can I afford to spend more money on a pushchair than many do on a car?<br><br>2) Do I drive a Chelsea tractor? If not then forget the donkey.