Excerpt: I had tried a few strollers nannying over the years and this was by far my favorite so when it came my turn was grateful to have it passed on to me. It turns well and is simple and once you get the hang of folding it up it's easy. Used the carseat adapter and liked it as well.
Summary: If you want to continue tramping you have two choices: a child backpack or an all terrain stoller. I have both. When your kid is less than 10kg the backpack works great. After that the backpack isn't so good. The child is way up on your back and the high center of gravity makes it really hard.
Summary: We wanted a buggy that would cope with runs and walks up the local mountains and fells, being keen mountaineers and climbers we needed a buggy that we could rely on on very rough terrain. After much debate re: the price of the MB2 Terrain we decided to go for it and we are glad we did.
Excerpt: We bought a Mountain Terrain (fixed wheel) push chair before our baby was born. We looked at the prams available at John Lewis, and were pushed to choose between fixed wheel prams (heavy, larger) and swivel wheel prams (lighter, harder to push), and didn't like either choice.
Excerpt: Last week I did a bit of baby sitting (which I have a lot of experience in) and because the weather has been so nice I decided to go over the park. The children’s parents had just bought a three wheeled buggy, pram, whatever it’s called.
Excerpt: We bought our Mountain Buggy in October 1999 after exhaustively looking at whatever other 3 wheelers we could. At the time, the main ones easily available were Mothercare's, LandRover and the American Babyjogger.