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Old 05-07-2013, 09:25 AM   #1
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Which pushchair should i take?

Only 5 days left now until our trip, woooo hooo! That has come round soooo fast, and children still dont know.

Anyway, wondering about what pushchair i should take for my 22 month old, my new bugaboo which is perfect for everything (storage, sleeping toddler etc) or older Mamas & Papas which i wont be as worried about loosing! Are you able to lock them up when you're all on rides or should i take my older one?

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Old 05-07-2013, 09:40 AM   #2
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Only 5 days left now until our trip, woooo hooo! That has come round soooo fast, and children still dont know.

Anyway, wondering about what pushchair i should take for my 22 month old, my new bugaboo which is perfect for everything (storage, sleeping toddler etc) or older Mamas & Papas which i wont be as worried about loosing! Are you able to lock them up when you're all on rides or should i take my older one?

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Take your older one, nice new pushchairs have a habbit of leaving the park without you. Even with your old one take a bicycle lock for it.
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Old 05-07-2013, 12:23 PM   #3
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Take your older one, nice new pushchairs have a habbit of leaving the park without you. Even with your old one take a bicycle lock for it.
You really need a lock of some sort. Last may i heard that someone was looking for there pushchair, it turned out that another mother had taken it while she and her child where watching Monteurs.. Action!
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Old 05-07-2013, 03:37 PM   #4
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Lock it up in the correct buggy area otherwise you could find maintenance cutting through your lock and moving it! I lock mine in a central place when not using it then return later. Though I did have a blanket and bag taken with gloves etc in one winter trip, and it that was in planet hollywood!
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Def get a lock I don't know if it helps but if you are an o2 customer you could get a bike lock from halfords for free.
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Def get a lock I don't know if it helps but if you are an o2 customer you could get a bike lock from halfords for free.
You can??? Oh how is this??? Great idea!
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You can??? Oh how is this??? Great idea!
It was on o2 priority moments on Friday. Not sure if it is still there they jut give you a code to show in store.
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It was on o2 priority moments on Friday. Not sure if it is still there they jut give you a code to show in store.
Thanks! Should really check my O2 sim :')
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