Hi, My mum brought this one and it has fitted on about 5 different pushchairs plus a wheel chair. it wasn't too expensive ethier and has lasted 2 years already. It has a seat aswell as a place to stand.
Litaf Seat 2 Go Buggy Hitchhiker Buggy Board and Seat
I've got a 14 month old daughter and just found out i'm expecting again. We've estimated myself to be roughly 6-7 weeks gone.
From people's experience here, when the baby's born, do you think I could do with getting a buggy board or would it be recommended to get a tandem (and i really don't like them!)
I bought a bibi strolli rider ( if you google it you can see what it looks like) and it is fab, my 2 year old loves it and will happily ride on it without one complaint. Basically it is a buggy board but in the shape of a bike but with the advantage of being off to one side allowing you to walk normally when pushing the buggy. It comes with a range of fittings so should fit most buggies.
hiya, my boys 20 months and am thinking of getting a buggy board has he doesnt like going in his buggy and its a nightmare getting a bus with a double. do you think hes too young for a board and are they safe? thanks
Perfectly safe to use. As long as they can stand up on their own ok he'll be fine. Mia used hers at 18 months but she just didn't like not walking. We're just waiting for an autism assessment for her and it is a possibility that her concentration and wanting to view the things we pass by in her own way. I think Ava would of loved it but she's the youngest so we don't need one for her. They are really good but they can give you a bit of back ache if you don't have adjustable handles and are a shorty like me. Lol.
Even though it didn't work for us I would recommend one. I wouldn't spend as much as I did on one though. Argos look to have some good cheaper ones. x
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