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8.6 out of 10

Mountain Buggy Terrain

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My Favorite

jshehata, the baby Scoop
7 May 2008
  • 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. Only downside is the tipping factor if the wheel is a certain angle going down a curb but have found this with most three wheel strollers.
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Overall 8
8.0

Incredibly robust and sturdy stroller

jerryjeremiah, Ebay
17 April 2008
  • 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. Thats where the mountain buggy comes in. It works on the beach, it works in the woods, it goes just about anywhere.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

preciouslittleone.com
7 July 2013
  • 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. Although it is expensive (especially once you have bought the pump, sunshade, rain-cover etc...) it has been brilliant for off road walks as well as about town.
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Overall 8
8.0

" After having a Maclaren for our first two children, we've…"

crikeybadger, Mumsnet
28 July 2009
  • Excerpt: After having a Maclaren for our first two children, we've gone for a MB terrain to get us across the fields and down muddy lanes. It certainly lives up to its excellent reputation. I love the fact that everything is so simple and therefore hopefully unlikely to break. Ok, so it's not so easy to get around town and in and out of shops, but that's not what it's intended for. Our little boy thinks it's very comfortable and I love it too.
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Overall 8
8.0

" If you want a pushchair for using on the buses,…"

cktwo, Mumsnet
17 August 2007
  • Excerpt: If you want a pushchair for using on the buses, then don't buy this. That's not what it's made for. It is however, made for walking and boy, have we done some walking with it. Easy to push, comfortable for newborn or toddler, it's pricey but well worth it for its durability and sheer usability. Also can be flogged on Ebay for nearly as much as new ones.
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Overall 8
8.0

" There was heaps of praise for this "rugged" but "comfortable"…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
7 January 2007
  • Excerpt: There was heaps of praise for this "rugged" but "comfortable" three wheeler. It "folds easily", "can be pushed with one hand" and is "brilliant for walks on footpaths, fields and beaches". A good bet too for energetic parents: "the five-point harness means you can easily jog with it". Apart from cost, the main gripe was size: "It's too bulky to negotiate narrow doorways easily particularly with the fixed wheel" and it's "awkward on public transport".
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Overall 8
8.0

" Fantastic, impossible to destroy, have used it daily for three…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
7 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Fantastic, impossible to destroy, have used it daily for three years and it still looks great and works wonderfully. The only downsides are the room it takes up in the car and the price (but my MIL bought mine...).
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Overall 8
8.0

" Perhaps already a classic but still the best. If you…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
7 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Perhaps already a classic but still the best. If you like the outdoors you need a Mountain buggy; it will go nearly anywhere and is really easy to push uphill. You need a carrycot for newborns (which makes it more expensive than a bugaboo!) but still worth it.
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Overall 8
8.0

" expensive but worth if if you have a truely active…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
7 January 2007
  • Excerpt: expensive but worth if if you have a truely active lifestyle, I jog and dog walk in woods, on beaches, along rough paths and nothing has beaten it.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Really robust pushchair, ideal for all types of terrain. Don't…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
7 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Really robust pushchair, ideal for all types of terrain. Don't be put off by its size - it's very manoeverable around town and provides a smooth ride for baby. You will, however, need a large car boot to fit it in without removing the wheels. I absolutely love mine.
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