Mountain Buggy have taken their ‘mini’ to a whole new level. We have put it through its paces to see how it fared up when used in our real parent review.
Love the Mountain Buggy nano but need to transport two children around? Never fear, the ultra-lightweight and compact Mountain Buggy nano duo is here!
Mountain Buggy have released the fab new bagrider to make travelling with children a breeze. Here’s what we found when we put it to the test.
The duet will be a big winner for parents who require an all-round pushchair to travel with them through urban and rural settings due to the fact it is the narrowest side by side on the market at the moment.
Ever wondered what ‘life without limit’ looks like from a toddler’s point of view? Then look no further than the unirider from the fun loving Mountain Buggy brand! We’ve put it through its paces, here’s what we found.
From Mountain Buggy’s luxury collection comes the new look cosmopolitan GEO.
Though the new version of the Mountain Buggy MB mini has shrunk in size, it can still carry 20kg and now comes with the protect car seat to transport your little one from car to adventure.
When your little one is getting too big for a pushchair, it’s great to have an option to still carry them at a speed that doesn’t make you late for every appointment, without having to resort to a double pushchair. A ride-on board is a must for parents with 2 or more children, and this time we’re taking a look at the Mountain Buggy Freerider, which offers something a little different.
Mountain Buggy are renowned for their versatile all-terrain pushchairs and have been around since 1992. Ready to make their mark on the car seat scene, they have completed extensive research to create their protect™ infant car seat. We take a look to see if it is ready to rival other infant carriers on the market.
I’m Helen and I live with my husband Keith in Lincolnshire, we are first time parents to our beautiful baby girl Emily who arrived safe and healthy just a week before my 40th birthday. I’m currently on maternity leave from my full time job as an Assistant Accountant for a local company and am a full time Mum to Emily and housewife dare I say, we usually manage to have dinner on the table by the time Keith gets home from work but don’t always manage to get all the housework complete although now Emily is getting a bit older this is getting easier. We love going out with the pushchair for our daily walk and enjoy being outdoors especially after years of being stuck in an office behind a desk, we are lucky to live within two miles of our local town and if the weather changes we can catch the local bus back home, (although we always carry the trusty rain cover just in case), for family time we like to go on days out and explore different places and as we usually end up arriving at our destination around lunch time, we love searching out great places for a tasty lunch we both have a passion for good food and love to cook and eat out as often as we can.
Mountain Buggy are known as the designers of functional, sporty, and innovative products. They have 20 years experience and have an engineering and design team that stay true to the Mountain Buggy DNA; creating all-terrain stylish pushchairs, which support parents to ‘live a life without limits’.
It’s small, but is it mighty? Read our Mountain Buggy nano Review here.
Well it now seems that Mountain Buggy want to muscle in on the urban market with the release of the Cosmopolitan. Will it be smooth as silk or a bumpy ride? Read our Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan review to find out.
The Urban Jungle from Mountain Buggy has undergone a comprehensive make over. We exclusively tested their Pepita model from the new Luxury Collection.
This time our adventures took us to ‘The House of Baby’ in Bedford, where they kindly hosted Jo, Myself, four Mums and a total of 7 children for the day.
I’m not sure under what circumstances I would turn down a day out of the office to play with pushchairs, but it would have to be critical at least!
Life after children need not be limiting. The Mountain Buggy Terrain is built to go anywhere, the only question is are you prepared to follow? Come and see for yourself.
Mountain Buggy are the equivalent to Range Rover in the ‘brand to be seen with‘ stakes. In some families, neither have ever seen more than a tarmac pavement or road, but both are designed for bigger adventures. We have the Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle in for test to see if it has brains as well as brawn.