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8.5 out of 10

Mountain Buggy Urban

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Overall 8
8.0

" If only you could replace punctured wheels…"

Sunnymummy27, Mumsnet
2 August 2013
  • Excerpt: We loved this buggy. Works in town and the countryside. Is a dream to steer. Excellent suspension protecting baby's delicate developing back. But then a tyre punctures through to the tube and you need to buy a replacement tyre, but they have been out of stock for 2 months. We have gone to a bicycle store who managed to get us a similar sized tyre but it looks completely different.
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Overall 8
8.0

" At last a Mountain Buggy stockist in Solihull. So hard…"

Nessie1975, Mumsnet
6 October 2010
  • Excerpt: At last a Mountain Buggy stockist in Solihull. So hard to locate and try out an Urban Jubgle. I found mine at babybabyonline.co.uk they took time with me and I got a really good deal. I love my buggy....yippee!!!!!!!!
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Overall 8
8.0

" I had a MB Urban for a year and used…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
13 February 2009
  • Excerpt: I had a MB Urban for a year and used it with the carrycot for our newborn - it was great at first, very sturdy, robust, looks very smart and was very comfortable for our baby. A year down the line and I found it too big & cumbersome lifting it in and out the boot - so not good for 'popping' here and there and it took up the whole boot too! We've now got a Maclaren and couldn't be happier.
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Overall 8
8.0

I love love love this buggy ,few negatives,fantastic value and pushes like a dream

elmo1, Dooyoo
16 January 2009
  • Excerpt: Mountain buggy urban Oh gosh im the first to write reveiw on this model what an honour! This pushchair is an all terrain 3wheeler with swivvel wheels. The basket is generous size Its very light and pushes like a dream even with heavy toddler in! The seat size is very roomy and has max weight limit of silly amount like 77lb so definatly birth to toddler. Most pushchairs says 30lb and phil and ted has lower weight limit.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Bought a mountain buggy when my daughter was born and…"

yikesmum, Mumsnet
5 December 2008
  • Excerpt: Bought a mountain buggy when my daughter was born and have used only this for her and her brother. She is now 6 and he is 3 1/2. Apart from the odd puncture nothing has worn out. Can't recommend it highly enough if you want a tough all terrain buggy. Friends have gone through 2 or 3 pushchairs/buggies in same period of time so feel I made the right choice all that time ago!
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Overall 8
8.0

" Most wonderful pushchair for walking, every mother should have one.…"

lisad123, Mumsnet
21 April 2008
  • Excerpt: Most wonderful pushchair for walking, every mother should have one. Does not fold small, which is a problem, but well worth it.
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Overall 8
8.0

" I love this buggy & would highly recommend! Only snags…"

nessieg, Mumsnet
5 February 2008
  • Excerpt: I love this buggy & would highly recommend! Only snags are that it's a big beast - so make sure it fits in your boot before you buy it and can be a bit tricky getting around narrow shop aisles. Apart from that, it is very easy to use.
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Overall 8
8.0

" I have the Urban Elite 2006 model which I bought…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
20 September 2007
  • Excerpt: I have the Urban Elite 2006 model which I bought in New Zealand new for my 3rd child. I LOVE it even though it's a pain to get in and out of the boot. I've tried it on beaches, hills, cobblestones, grass etc and it is superb on all surfaces. It is very easy to manouvre with finger tip control. The shopping basket is now a good size, it has suspension, adjustable handle (high for hubby, low for me) and a fixable front wheel for running or really rough ground.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Love it to bits, it's just so easy to push…"

accessorizewithbabysick, Mumsnet
13 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Love it to bits, it's just so easy to push which I can do easily with one hand if lumping the baby on my hip or needing to hold my pre-schooler's hand. It just seems so solid and well balanced. Minuses - the shopping basket is quite difficult to get things in and out of, not huge. Really awkward to lift in and out of the car & takes up half the boot. Reclining is quite awkward to do, but shouldn't matter that much as they get older.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Expensive, but you get what you pay for. Easy to…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
7 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Expensive, but you get what you pay for. Easy to push and light to manoeuvre, comfy for my [big] baby, and has a big hood (instant shade in hot sun) and lightweight but hardwearing raincover (used a lot). Equally brilliant for bumpy, pot-holed pavements and muddy parks. And the shopping basket is massive - they must have made it bigger since your first review of it.
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