Maclaren Techno XT Buggy Reviews
Product Type: Maclaren prams, pushchairs and strollers
Description:Manufacturer: Maclaren. Pushchairs. / 4 position reclining seat. Designed for town and outdoors, the rubber treaded 6 inch spoke wheels, hi-tech anodized finish, thick tubing, and foam-grip sports handles set the style for buggy. Features include a sh ... more
Maclaren Techno XT Buggy ... shoulder padded safety harness and new fabric hood with reflective and fluorescent binding, a rain cover with storage pocket, a rear window in the hood, and a panel at the back that conveniently unzips, to keep baby cool in hot weather.
Baby's comfort is well considered, with a 4-position recline super deluxe padded seat, which is removable and washable. Suitable from birth
Newest Review: ... say that we first used this at around 8 months and used it up until 2 and a half years old. It's very hard wearing. Three ... more
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Customer Maclaren Techno XT Buggy Reviews (16)
by - written on 30/11/08 (Very useful, 350 readings)
I bought this buggy when I was pregnant with my little girl. Although we had a pram with a car seat I needed something smaller which was suitable from birth which would fit in my car. At the time I only had a Fiesta and my main pram wouldn't fit in my boot. I chose the Mclaren XT because at the time it was one of the only umbrella style buggies where the seat would lay completely flat and therefore, making it suitable for a newborn. I also liked the colour of the buggy. I chose the Charcoal colourway and it was very modern and clean looking. The buggy itself was very sturdy and didn't have that cheap wobbly feeling that a lot of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/08 (Very useful, 147 readings)
I've tested lots of prams and buggies in my time (some were for a magazine feature) and I thought I had clear views on what was the best out there. I was wrong as i've just ditched my old stroller for the XT. The XT is a lightweight, compact umbrella fold stroller that will stand the test of time. A good friend of mine has had hers for years and she takes it abroad regulary and it's still in good working order. It has a multi recline seat; the covers are removable; the hood extends with a sun visor so you can shade the child in the sun or protect more from light rain without putting the rain cover on. The rain cover is basically a sheet that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/08 (Very useful, 575 readings)
I love my Maclaren Techno XT! We didn't want to waste money on a bulky travel system so we bought this for use from birth (in addition to a £10 pram from ebay!). My son was tiny and I think we put him in it from about three/four months. He always enjoys being in it - he always wants to be fairly upright (unless he is asleep) probably because he is a Nosey Parker and likes to see what is going on. My personal requirements were: Lightweight Easy to fit in the boot of a Citroen Saxo Umbrella fold Full recline Good reputation - I'm hoping it will last a long time. I tested it in the shop and compared to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/02, updated on 21/10/02 (Very useful, 1077 readings)
I wanted one of these for ages. I lusted after it. I drooled over pictures of them on the internet. I waited for the price to come down from what (to me) is a horrendous price for a buggy £179.99, to £110 then I just couldn't resist, and ordered (from Kiddicare.com) It arrived and I unpacked it. Black and silver was the colourway and it was lovely. Foam ergonomic handles, chest pads on the straps, leg support on the seat, it had it all. I was as chuffed to bits as a new shiny pushchair can make any mother! It all unfolded smoothly and in I plonked the baby. He was only 6 months when I bought it but he looked fine and dandy in it. They claim ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/01, updated on 06/02/01 (Very useful, 978 readings)
You don't realise how good something is until you don't have it anymore. And in my case have it replaced with a vastly inferior model. We chose a Maclaren Techno in black & silver last November for our 3 month old, after reading the reviews on this very site (thanks Dooyooers). We weren't disappointed. It's really stylish, lightweight, folds up easily, and most importantly for a stroller snob like myself, looks cool. It's an ideal height for both me and my partner to push, no mean feat as I'm a mere 5'4" and hubby's a gangly 6'3". Unfortunately we've had a couple of problems. The poppers to hold the ... Read the complete review
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