Product Type: Maclaren prams, pushchairs and strollers
Newest Review: ... the maclaren brand as a mum favourite, and to be honest I opted for the Triumph as it is the cheapest in the maclaren family, and ... more
My choice of buggy at the moment
Member Name: ecs0508
Advantages: light, easy, folds small, carry handle
Disadvantages: tips with a buggy board if you're not holding the handles
We were lucky enough to come by this as a freebie, and I'm now on the lookout for another one!
Both my nearly 2 year old and my 7 month old are happy to sit, sleep, and ride in the Triumph, and have no problems falling asleep either sitting up or with the recline. After pushing a heavy double buggy around, this is so refreshing. It's light, turns easily and is easy to get up and down curbs. It folds so small and light that it's easy to get in and out of the car, carry around with the handy strap, and fold if needed on a bus.
I was able to attach a buggy board to the back (though my daughter didn't like it after 5 minutes) but had to be sure and hold the handles as it was inclined to tip with the added weight on the back. I am unsure what it would be like fitting into smaller boots as it's long, but we have no problems with our Scenic. I haven't had problems with the changing bag tipping the buggy, and am able to fit a decent amount in the basket, as much as you would expect for a buggy of this size.
I'm now looking for another one and am going to get buggy connectors for when we go on holiday- and I'm going to sell my double Techno!
Summary: perfect lightweight buggy