Buggy board designed specifically for the Babystyle Oyster pushchair
The Babystyle Oyster pushchair is a great buy. Lightweight, easy to manoeuvre and nowhere near as expensive as many other pushchairs on the market.
Once my second child arrived, I faced the challenge of how to transport both kids with minimal hassle. I bought a double buggy cheaply from eBay but quickly found that it was heavy to move around and cumbersome being so large. I really missed using the Babystyle Oyster pushchair.
The next alternative was to carry my baby in a sling and my toddler could use the pushchair. However, now my baby is 7 months, it's tiring carrying around a baby and pushing a toddler. My toddler is just over 2.5 years and he's keen to walk most of the time but on longer trips out he still needs to be able to rest.
The Babystyle Oyster Buggy Board has been the answer. I would definitely recommend it and here's why.
1. Lightweight Made from plastic and not too large, it doesn't add any extra weight to push around.
2. Easy assembly Even a mum suffering from broken nights and lack of sleep can easily assemble the buggy board. You just pop in the wheels and then slide the clips around the rear and you're ready to go. I had it up and running within a few minutes.
Clips securely and easily onto the pushchair
3. Easy storage The buggy board unclips as easily as it goes on if you want to take it off. If you are folding the pushchair to store or put in the back of the car then you don't even need to remove it. When folded up the buggy board has been designed to fit still attached so no hassle involved.
4. Fold Away If your toddler is walking, you don't need to have the buggy board on the ground. Simply flip it up with your foot and it automatically clips up. To release you just pull it back down.
Super quick to fold away
5. Lots of Fun My toddler loves to ride on it and likes to shout 'faster mummy faster'. HIS preferred position is to go under the main handle bar and hold onto the nappy bag. If we don't have the bag with us he holds the handle from the side. He's very confident on it and can balance quite happily one handed while waving at passing bus drivers or pointing out anything he finds interesting.
An extra bonus that I hadn't previously considered is that it keeps my baby happy to. He loves to watch his big brother and they make each other laugh as they are facing each other.