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Choosing the right pushchair for your holiday

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Depending on where you are going for your holidays then taking the right pushchair can have a big impact. Here are a few pointers and some of the best models for various popular holiday destinations:-

 

Beach – Probably the biggest holiday destination taken by families involves a child friendly resort with a relaxing beach. Any All-Terrain pushchair is perfect for this surface and I would also recommend a 3 wheeler variety. Using chunky tyres and added suspension it gives a more comfortable ride. The Out and About’ Nipper is a perfect choice.

 

Walking/Camping Holidays – With rocky footpaths and uneven surfaces the Phil & Teds Vibe is great for any walking holidays. The chassis is made from a lightweight aluminium frame and is well designed, hard wearing and practical. The wheel bearings will make pushing easy and comfortable whatever the terrain. Even better… if you have two children by adding the doubles kit behind the main seat, it turns this practical pushchair into a double one instantly!

 

Skiing – For any Skiing type holiday I would recommend the Mountain Buggy Mountain Terrain Pushchair. This pushchair has a fixed front wheel because it gives superior off road qualities because of it. Its robust aluminium frame is designed just for rugged off road use and it’s even simple to fold.

 

City Breaks – For City Breaks the best pushchair to have is something lightweight and manoeuvrable for the streets. The Bugaboo Bee is a compact, one-piece foldable stroller for parents who live life on the fly. The unique swivel-wheel system also makes it easy for 360 turns around corners and down cobbled streets. Alternatively, if your baby is over 6 months old, and for a cheaper but still great quality alternative then you can’t go wrong with the Maclaren Techno XT Stroller. It has an umbrella fold and is lightweight and easy to carry.

 

By Laura Morris

www.rentabuggy.co.uk

 

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