Maclaren Daytripper Complete Stroller Reviews
Product Type: Maclaren prams, pushchairs and strollers
Newest Review: ... advise not to buy. I haven't found the brake a problem, but I must admit I don't use the brake very often. On the ... more
Customer Maclaren Daytripper Complete Stroller Reviews (11)
by - written on 16/11/02, updated on 13/06/04 (Very useful, 1129 readings)
We bought the Maclaren Daytripper Complete purely based on the fact that it claimed to be suitable from 3 months and we were going on holiday with a 3 month old and couldn't take the big pushchair. To be honest, it would not have been my first choice (I wanted the Maclaren Volo which is suitable from 6 months - see my other review) but we were desperate and the Daytripper was the best of the bunch. The Daytripper is made from lightweight aluminium but does have a lot of plastic on it too! The basic weight is about 4.8kg which is quite a lot compared to the Volo at 3.8kg but still lighter that some of its buddies. The Daytripper features a 5-point harness ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/00, updated on 14/08/00 (Very useful, 382 readings)
When my daughter was 5 months old I decided to buy a lightweight buggy and my choice was the Maclaren Daytripper. I bought my buggy for £65 including raincover, net bag and hood and as I don't drive the fact that it only weighs 14lb made it a plus for bus journeys.It has umbrella closing and shuts without the need to manually close it. It has 2 seat positions and is supposed to be suitable for a 3 months baby but in my opinion it isn't padded enough and has no leg rest. But for my daughter it is excellent. It has swivel wheels and pushes so smoothly. The only downside is that it is difficult to change the seat position with baby inside and I find I have to remove Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/00, updated on 11/10/00 (Very useful, 720 readings)
This the third pushchair/pram/stroller I have purchased since the birth of Thai. Each has their advantages and disadvantages but because I cannot drive I needed a small stroller for buses, my others were just too big and difficult to use single handed. I was looking at the cheaper versions but my husband and the shop assistant convinced me that with £20 off leaving it only £10 more expensive the Maclaren day tripper was the best buy. Features: 360 degree swivel front wheels Foot activated folding mechanism Small shopping basket Soft fabric seat with padded back Attachable rain cover Attachable hood Two seat positions 5 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/00, updated on 10/07/00 (Very useful, 138 readings)
I have recently purchased a Maclaren Daytripper and am finding it irreplacable.I have switched from a Britax travel system which was absolutley brilliant,but not when going on public transport,as they are heavy once collapsed, if travelling alone. The Daytripper comes in a navy blue wipe-clean material,with a choice of colourways for several bands of colour running through.It is refreshingly light,and I can easily carry both the pushchair and my son onto any bus! It collapses umberella style easily,and is managable with one hand and one foot! Costing £69.99-the price includes a hood,raincover and shopping basket,features that were important to me and not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/00, updated on 07/10/00 (Very useful, 403 readings)
I cannot praise this buggy enough, I bought it as a replacement for a mothercare buggy. It was reduced at www.kiddicare.com to only £29.99. It's far superior to the mothercare one, it pushes easily, (thanks to swivel wheels!) and is very light, and easy to fold, even with one hand. The buggy itself is very well made, what you would expect from a good name like Maclaren. It also reclines, the recline mechanism is a bit fiddly but you soon get the hang of it. It's suitable from age 3 months, but if I were to use it with a tiny baby, I would prefer that it had a 'leg extension support'. ****UPDATE**** I just wanted ... Read the complete review
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