Clip on shopping stroller bag for a pram or buggy, it has a set of wheels that reduces the chance of the stroller tipping over when the bag is full. There are several compartments in the bag, and it can be folded down, used as a pram caddy, nappy bag or stored away when not in use. Double and single strollers, currently unsuitable for umbrella strollers.
Factors to Consider
The BuggyCart can attach to the back of most larger style single and double prams and strollers, as long as there is a width between 45cm and 50cm between the back wheels, it will fit. The upper attachment straps are adjustable to a handle bar width between 30cm and 90cm and a minimum of 75cm high. Currently, BuggyCarts do not fit Maclaren strollers and other umbrella style strollers. They also do not fit umbrella style double strollers where there are 3 sets of back wheels.
- BuggyCart Website (sales) - http://www.buggycart.com.au/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model BuggyCart: BuggyCart
- Range of adjustment 450 mm - 550 mm (width between the back wheels of the pram /stroller)
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 10 kg
- Volume 66 l (SHOPPING TROLLEY SET UP :capacity of the bag when mounted and wheels on the ground)
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|Supplier Code||Price & Price Notes||Hire?||Repair?||Availability|
|BuggyCart||99.0 - 99.0 (Does not include shipping)||no||yes||Via order|
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