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ABC Adventure Buggy v’s Babyzen v’s Indie v’s Qtro v’s City Elite

This is a photoset of the (Left to Right) Recaro Babyzen, Bumbleride Indie, Easywalker Qtro, Baby Jogger City Elite with on the right, the ABC Adventure Buggy with static toddler seat.

This was really just an opportunistic photoset because the four single pushchairs were outside and we had to move the ABC Adventure Buggy to get them all out! I thought that given the ABC was also an off road pushchair, that this would be a good opportunity to show the ABC Adventure Buggy in proportion, side by side, with other off road pushchairs.

The ABC Adventure Buggy is often regarded as tall or huge, but in reality the main seat has quite low headroom (our 3 year old can just get in it and even our 15 month old’s head makes the rear fabric bulge when he is asleep). Forgive the cosy toes on the ABC – it is one of our every day pushchairs and as I said this was an opportune photoshoot and so left the cosy toes in situ.

However, there is no folded photo of the ABC simply because it is very very large folded – it is the only pushchair to date that has not fitted in the boot of our car. It is also not the easiest fold, nor easy to handle once folded. But it makes up for this by being an excellent off road pushchair for two children (we usually add on the stability kit when going off road which adds on a 4th wheel at the front).

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