Written on: 12/03/2006 by tomassi (13 reviews written)
In theory it is good idea!
Where do I start!
The instructions for the Go Buggy Board were a little difficult as the product had different parts for different pram shapes, the instructions were abit heavy i.e. 'if K does not fit D then replace with L unless P was fitted instead of K' (not direct quote but you get the idea). There was only one fitting that would fit the chassis of my Chicco pram and after lots of messing about had to place ducktape underneath it to make it fit as securely as possible.
On using the buggy board my son could only stand and not sit as my new born baby who is in the pram is obviously in the reclined position, so if my son was to sit he would have to lean forward as pram is sticking out at the back.
If you have the Buggy Board in a position where toddler can sit, while you are pushing pram it just bruises your shins as it sticks to far out.
The wheels of the Buggy Board don't move with pram wheels making it feel like dodgy shopping trolley.
Also the instructions state that when going up and down kerbs the child on Buggy Board has to get off, which I find a bit inpractical.
You can remove buggyboard if you don't need it, but I found that when trying to put Buggy Board back on and this is usually in car park up town when it is raining and I want to hurry up, that you have to mess about and you get one side on then the other side won't go on and jams, so you have to take it out and start again and this can go on for quite a few minutes!
Am currently trying to get on Litaf website and get advice on how to correctly fit the buggyboard because surely it must be the way I have fitted it and am not using it properly, I hope so!