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Hi,

We will be taking a 20 month old to Glastonbury and were thinking of getting this:

https://www.preciouslittleone.com/product-information/24/48484/out-n-about-nipper-sport-v4-stroller-steel-grey/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMImOnJ66jx2AIV75PtCh0yAgMEEAQYCSABEgJYRvD_BwE#details

Anyone know of any cheaper alternatives that would do the same job?

We will already be taking a sling, but want the option of both so will be taking a pushchair too. The size it folds down to, doesn't matter so much, but would rather have a pushchair.

Thanks!

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We used something like this when our 2 sons needed transport around site (although not this actual model so not a specific recommendation)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/HOMCOM-Collapsible-2-Seater-Stroller-Trailer/dp/B078W1W9J5/ref=asc_df_B078W1W9J5/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=265064983195&hvpos=1o3&hvnetw=g&hvrand=12855506536278199671&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9046436&hvtargid=aud-545671390501:pla-451115478399&psc=1

The larger size gives extra space / protection for the kid if you find yourself in a bit of a crowd and they can be made very comfortable with blankets, ear defenders etc so your fun lasts as long as you want it to. Plenty of storage too.

If it's a muddy one you'll be grateful for the big wheels and clearances - makes cleaning the mud-straw away that little bit easier.

Decorate with fairy lights, fabric paint and bunting for the party vibe.

Enjoy!

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22 hours ago, DesperateDad said:

We used something like this when our 2 sons needed transport around site (although not this actual model so not a specific recommendation)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/HOMCOM-Collapsible-2-Seater-Stroller-Trailer/dp/B078W1W9J5/ref=asc_df_B078W1W9J5/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=265064983195&hvpos=1o3&hvnetw=g&hvrand=12855506536278199671&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9046436&hvtargid=aud-545671390501:pla-451115478399&psc=1

The larger size gives extra space / protection for the kid if you find yourself in a bit of a crowd and they can be made very comfortable with blankets, ear defenders etc so your fun lasts as long as you want it to. Plenty of storage too.

If it's a muddy one you'll be grateful for the big wheels and clearances - makes cleaning the mud-straw away that little bit easier.

Decorate with fairy lights, fabric paint and bunting for the party vibe.

Enjoy!

Never taken the children to Glastonbury but have to other festivals and we had one of these and worked a treat.  

Like DesperateDad said decorated it with fairy lights etc. and it was great.

Also handy as a trolley for transporting stuff- even though our kids have outgrown it we still have it for that purpose

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Nipper Sport v4 is great, but can be tricky as they are very long, and people are inclined to walk into them thinking there is a space in front of you...and they are not the most manoeuvrable because of this in a crowd. That said, stay away from anything with a rotating (as in turning sideways before anyone gets smart :) ) front wheel....it needs to be fixed like th eNipper Sport !

 

I've been using one for running,  beaches, walks on the moors,  etc ever since our little one was 6 months old, and she is now 3 1/2, and we still get a fair amount of use out of it.

 

Might be a tad expensive, but if you can get 4 years use out of it, which we will then great value.

 

My one bit of advise would be hook up flags, lights whatever to it to make it more visible to all :)The other thing we have just invested in is a Hercules trolley (like thesehttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hercules-folding-utility-wagon-beach-garden-outdoor-80kg-capacity-FREE-NEXT-DAY-/123244163459)  So far weve managed to go places where out friends have sunk with their trolleys :)  ....but that really is child/ age dependent...

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Does anyone have any tips for a 4 month old? We need something that can go down flat ideally.. TIA

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