Posted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 8:33 pm
Post subject: Buggypod?
We're expecting our second in October, and I was thinking about getting one of these: http://www.buggypod.com/
I don't want to get a tandem or twin buggy, because my little boy will be 2+3 months when the new baby arrives, so it wont be used for very long. Seems a waste.
He loves walking anyway, but I thought this buggypod thing looked like a better idea than a buggyboard - you can recline it like a proper pushchair, and strap them in. You can also buy a seatliner to make it more comfy, and a raincover too.
What do you all think? It is expensive (about £90 just for the seat, raincover + liner are extra)... Worth the money? xx
Posted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:34 pm
i think that would be a good idea my cousin is getting one as she has a 2 year old and a 4 month old she has been using a sling and single buggy but the youngest is getting to big and as she don't have a big place there was no room for a double so she getting buggy pod as she will only use it when long days out but she don't like buggy boardsso if i was u i would get one
Posted: Mon Jun 06, 2011 6:21 pm
I know this post is a few months old now but found it through a search,
i have been looking at these buggypods and am really interested in buying one, i originally bought the first wheels city twin to use for ashton and the new baby but ashton will be 2 years and 2 months when baby comes along and i have started to realise that since my front door isnt very wide this pram wont fit and isnt practical for me so the pod seems the perfect solution and will attach to the pram i already have and used for ashton as a baby.
was just wandering if anyone else has one and how they are? all the reviews seem good, what does everyone think?
Posted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 9:23 am
I found out my Quinny Buzz isn't compatible with the Buggypod I'm so disappointed as it would have been perfect for my son. He'll also be 2 years 2 months when this baby arrives! He loves walking everywhere anyway, so we're going to get him one of these: http://www.kid-sit.co.uk/. It's made by the same people who made the Buggypod.
I did bump into a lady who was using a Buggypod and she said it was really good. I'd recommend checking the website first though, as there are loads of prams that it's not compatible with xx