Reviews and Problems with Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle
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Durable & safe (urban)
11 June 2015
Excerpt: I love how easy it handles different terrain! It's effortless to push on grass, uneven ground etc etc stoked that I picked this, rather then any of the other pushchairs in the same price range. And it's just as good In town easy to move etc easy to fold down by yourself !
Excerpt: Our son Cole gives this 2 thumbs up for the following reasons: -Adjusts to lying down/sitting up position easily with canvas strap behind seat so you can adjust if they fall asleep en route -Smooth ride with large tires good for any terrain -Swivel front wheel makes for smooth turns -Very roomy in...
Summary: A very good fit on the terrain mountain buggy, feels as if it is made of tough plastic and could keep our baby dry when caught in a shower. We really like the zip opening vent at the front and pleased that the back part even protects the water bottles in their holders!
" Pro's: twin cots where really nice when my boys (twins)…"
25 January 2012
Excerpt: Pro's: twin cots where really nice when my boys (twins) were new, very easy to push and turn, good off-road handling, looks good and pretty strong. Basket underneath is quite large for shopping, adj handle and brakes are very good.
" we have the single version which we love and are…" Mumsnetter SJmama
11 November 2011
Excerpt: we have the single version which we love and are considering the double for our next baby and our 20 month old. do you know how wide it really is and also does the single carry cot fit alongside the normal forward facing seat?
" Brilliant buggy. Wonderfully easy in use, both on road and…"
7 June 2011
Excerpt: Brilliant buggy. Wonderfully easy in use, both on road and off. Possible to run pushing it, easily. A favourite party trick would be to twirl it round with the twins on it, using one finger. Always impressed!
" I absolutely love this buggy and can't recommend it enough.…"
6 January 2011
Excerpt: I absolutely love this buggy and can't recommend it enough. I originally bought the iCandy Pear for my twins as I was concerned a side-by-side wouldn't fit through any doors. But now I have the Mountain Buggy I wish I'd had it since they were newborns.
" Comments from other Mumsnetters: The swivel wheels mean "kerbs and…"
16 December 2010
Excerpt: Comments from other Mumsnetters: The swivel wheels mean "kerbs and crowds are no longer a problem"; "you can push it easily with one hand and it handles rough ground really well". "The brakes are excellent" and it's "cosy and comfortable for newborns and toddlers".
Summary: Jag har sedan ett år en några år gammal sådan här till min i skrivande stund treåriga son. Måste säga att den är betydligt smidigare än den ser ut. Väldigt lättstyrd och fäller man upp handtaget så funkar den fint att kryssa med mellan hyllorna i butiker.