Excerpt: When our obaby buggy buckled under daily use we needed a buggy that our 2yr old would see out his buggy career in.The Hauk sport smoke was our choice and so far-6months on- its caused us no probs at all and is pretty sturdy and easy to maneuver still. Enough space under the buggy for a bag of shopping and easy to put down when the little 1 falls asleep. Would recommend this model.
Excerpt: Over the years we have had many pushchairs and buggies as you can imagine with four children and this was one of them, After having a travel system which was quite heavy I wanted something light weight that would be easy to get in and out of the car, light to push and manover and could be used around the town for shopping.
" Soooooooooo light and easy to fold, whizzes around no problems,…"
5 March 2011
Excerpt: Soooooooooo light and easy to fold, whizzes around no problems, not too bulky and reclines perfectly for a newborn. Fab all rounder and for the price it's superb. Mine is quite hard used, with frequent expeditions to the woods, and despite mud, tree roots, snow, ice and constant lapse-of-concentration-buggy-vs-kerb incidents it's holding up brilliantly.
Excerpt: With my little one sleeping at his grandparents sometimes on a weekly basis, it made sense to get a pram for when he is there as packing up our pram in the car boot for the sake of one night became tedious and really irritating. The Hauk Sport was on offer in Asda for £25, my mother in law purchased it and it is now used for when my son sleeps at their (his grandparents) house. Not one to sound ungrateful, i didn't complain.
hauck sport buggy with adjustable back rest and removable tray
2 August 2010
Excerpt: When we decided it was time to get a new buggy we looked through the Argos catalogue and seen this hauck sport buggy and got it for about £25 -30 and thought it looked good but we were rather disappointed! There are good points to the buggy but we ended up going out and buying yet another buggy and keeping this one at my mums and only using it every now and again. It came with a rain cover which I thought was ok and fitted well.
Excerpt: Warning - do not buy this pram! My gran bought this pram for my son when he was 1yr old to give us a change from the heavier pram and all i can say is you certainly get what you pay for with it! Asda run a baby event i believe twice a year and this pram is on offer at £25 at this time. Sound too good to be true? Well actually it is! For the 1st few days this pram was ideal.
Excerpt: I purchased this buggy as a spare to take on holiday , I have seen the state some of the pushchairs come off the aeroplane and no way was I risking my main one which was very expensive. It was £30 from mothercare and came with a choice of designs , blue mickey (mine and in pic) , pink minnie and winnie the pooh , each pushchair has a small toy corresponding to the design that dangles down when the hood is down , though it just seems to tease the child as the angle it is...
A good stroller and just the thing for a granny to have at home , excellent value for money
15 July 2009
Excerpt: Your probably wondering why a mum in her mid 50's would want a a Disney stroller and do I have something to tell you all .............well the answer is NO ! At the minute I have seven grandchildren and like most grannies want to be able to have things at hand when they come to stay , so having been given money for my birthday this year what better then to buy my very own stroller .
Excerpt: I bought this only a few weeks ago, and when I was leaving Tesco, the back wheel fell off!!! I wrote to Hauck, and to their credit, they apologised and sent me out a new axle and wheels, but I've not had the courage to use it since. It's a real shame though, as it's a fairly light weight buggy, and it looks good. My daughter also seemed to love it. I've just lost all confidence in it.