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Easywalker Mini Buggy GO: A buggy for tne car and to take on vacation for our 7 month old baby

 
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Vivian • 19 Nov 2022

Hi,

We’re looking for a buggy to take on vacation for our 7 month old baby. We would like to take it on the airplane, or at least to the gate, and it should fit easily in the back of the car.

The Easywalker Mini Buggy Go looks like a good option, but I was also looking at the Maxi Cosi Lara2. Do you have any advice on which one to pick, or maybe an even better option?

It’s important that he can nap in it, so it needs to recline, and an extendable canopy would be handy. Would also like UV protection in the fabric.

Eli • 20 Nov 2022

Hiya, Vivian,

From your two option, I would definitely go with the Mini Buggy Go - or the Easywalker Miley which is THe SAME stroller just with fabrics that are not branded with the MINI design, as that is more spacious and will last you longer, seat space-wise. I also feel the front wheels without doubling are much more practical and nimble, and the only reason to add that kind of old design to the Lara 2 is to add stability, I'm guessing.

If your child is small, I would also recommend the Ergobaby Metro+ which is super nicely padded and has a nice seating area.

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