Mountain Buggy All Terrain Reviews
Product Type: Mountain Buggy prams, pushchairs and strollers
Description:Pushchair. / Designed primarily for rugged 'off road' use but easily manoeuvrable around town, the Mountain Buggy comes with many years of proven performance. Features include a multi position harness, a two position seat and a wire basket.
Newest Review: ... beach or fending off salespeople in the local shopping mall it will serve you well. It also has a good amount of storage ... more
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Customer Mountain Buggy All Terrain Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/08/06, updated on 08/08/06 (Very useful, 5680 readings)
I don't think we spoke to each other for half an hour afterwards. Shell-shocked. That's the only way to describe the way we felt after our first foray into a baby shop (one where you buy products for babies not where you buy babies - although if I could find one of the later I'd happily sell mine at the moment!). I was about five months pregnant and since our parents had offered to buy some things for the baby in progress we thought it was time to embark on the accumulation stage of pregnancy. We ventured awkwardly into the world of baby consumerism and said "we're having a baby - what do we need". An awful lot it turns out! At least according to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/01, updated on 02/08/01 (Very useful, 2123 readings)
I have just finished au pairing for a young and (well it has to be said) trendy couple in Vienna. Naturally they had to have an all terrain buggy with three wheels rather than your bog standard one like every one else. These three wheelers are becoming increasingly popular espescially in America because they are more rugged than a normal four wheeler (and can be used to jog at the crack of dawn and have some quality time with child). The buggy itself has a sturdy light weight, metal frame and three large tyres which cut through mud and stoney areas no problem (if I carry on much onger I am going to start sounding like some one on a shopping channel). These ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/02, updated on 27/10/04 (Very useful, 2249 readings)
We bought a Mountain Terrain (fixed wheel) push chair before our baby was born. We looked at the prams available at John Lewis, and were pushed to choose between fixed wheel prams (heavy, larger) and swivel wheel prams (lighter, harder to push), and didn't like either choice. A specialised baby shop showed us the Mountain Terrain. It was lighter, and easy to push. They warned us of its shortcomings: it doesn't fold up very small. It takes a lot of room. And they were right. This isn't a pram to take on the bus, or on an airplane. It's only really worthwhile if you walk long distances. We like to walk, and will often walk for an hour or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/05, updated on 14/02/05 (Very useful, 2125 readings)
We must have clocked up thousands of miles using both a single and double Mountain Buggy. Living in London you'd think the Mountain Buggy would be an impractical choice, but on the contrary, it's built for it. Beware tourists who stray in our path down Camden High Street on a Saturday - you'll lose the skin off your shins! The Mountain Buggy is built for walking and without a vehicle of our own; the Mountain Buggy lugs tonnes of shopping. We debated for many hours the swivel wheel or not. Go for the fixed wheel as you get a proper wire basket underneath which holds several pints of milk and a month's supply of baked beans. Considering the build ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/01, updated on 27/10/04 (Very useful, 1592 readings)
We bought our Mountain Buggy in October 1999 after exhaustively looking at whatever other 3 wheelers we could. At the time, the main ones easily available were Mothercare's, LandRover and the American Babyjogger. We only knew of one other person with one (my brother, also a mountain buggy) so it was difficult to compare with others. Our main reasons for deciding against the other two were mainly our impressions of the build quality - the land rover seems quite flimsy and fragile, and the mothercare one seemed too solid and heavy. We decided on the MB and would more than happily recommend one to anyone who seriously wants to take their wee ones anywhere off road - .. Read the complete review
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