Maclaren Techno XT review

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Maclaren Techno XT Pushchair

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A pricier model that boasts great features and feels very sturdy yet surprisingly light. This is a model built to last.

Lightweight yet sturdy, this practical pushchair works well for newborns through to preschoolers. The downside is that it’s a little pricier than most, although it will last for years and comes with a lifetime guarantee just in case it doesn’t. The handles are height adjustable, the raincover folds neatly and the seat has light-reflective piping for safety at night

The Techno XT has superior maneuverability with nippy swivel wheels and the seat reclines virtually flat, ideal if your baby wants to sleep, and also has three other recline positions. It has a handy carry strap and an adjustable head cushion for added comfort. You can fold it easily with one flick at the side and it has great storage underneath. It’s a shame though that you can’t access this storage with the seat reclined, which is a bit impractical.

Product Information

Maclaren Techno XT Pushchair

Weight: 7kg

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