Hauck Sport Buggy Review

2014-10-28-16-07-18

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Many of you will have read my previous buggy review post but I was bought the Hauck Sport buggy by my mum as a cheaper, smaller alternative to the Maxi-Cosi Mura 3. It was bought for nipping into smaller shops and for keeping in the car as my main buggy is quite big.

It was £25 in Aldi on one of their ‘specials’ weekends and at first I wasn’t too hopeful that it would be ok to use, let alone put Mia in. However I was pleasantly surprised when mum showed me it, it folds down really small so it easily fit in my Vauxhall Corsa’s boot without having to remove anything, it had a great basket underneath which is a brilliant size and is great for getting around smaller shops.

However, the wheels feel quite flimsy and one actually came off after only 4 uses! It did fit back on easily once Mario had got his tools out (not a euphemism!!) so it wasn’t too much of a problem and didn’t put me off using it. I don’t know if I would trust the buggy on a big walk over any kind of rougher terrain than the pavement though and it’s quite a low sitting buggy so feels every bump. It also doesn’t come with a rain cover but for the price that’s not an issue as you can pick rain covers up fairly cheaply anyway. Mia did love it compared to her big buggy and as soon as I got it out she desperately clambered into it!

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On the whole the Hauck Sport buggy did surprise me, I wasn’t expecting much from it and once the wheel came off I was a bit worried but it is a great cheaper buggy for times when you need something quick and to-hand. I wouldn’t have it as my main buggy by any means but it’s a great 2nd buggy to have around.

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24 comments on “Hauck Sport Buggy Review

  • Helen Treharne , Direct link to comment

    We had this buggy and it’s fabulous for travelling in particular. We bought it for flights to visit family in Ireland and was a belter. The basket is huge and folds up small, plus it’s light. Perfect for whizzing around an airport and throwing in the hold – although None of us will be doing much of that for a while! It was easy to manoeuvre too. Great as a second buggy.

    • Becca Farrelly , Direct link to comment

      Oh yeah, it would be perfect for taking on flights! I had never considered that! Lottie is getting too big for strollers and buggys now, she has been practicing walking so much since lockdown!

  • Maxi-Cosi Mura 3 Buggy Review , Direct link to comment

    […] As a mummy, I know one of the hardest baby product decisions is which of the hundreds of buggies out there is the perfect one for you?! Not only do you normally choose one before baby actually arrives; you need to think about style, colour, wheels, covers, carry-cots, car seats, adapters, storage, umbrellas, whether it fits in the boot, etc.… and it can all seem a little overwhelming! Here is our Maxi-cosi Mura 3 Buggy Review but if you are looking for something smaller, I also wrote about the Hauck Sport Buggy! […]

  • Jenny (Accidental Hipster Mum) , Direct link to comment

    I got this as a second buggy too! I really love it, it lays completely flat and it’s perfect for days out when you want to do a lot of walking and hope that the tot will have a nap. Greg is 2 but quite a big 2 and I was surprised by the amount of room he had!

    #RVHT Thanks for linking up (I hope you come back tonight at 8:))

  • Becky, Cuddle Fairy , Direct link to comment

    I wouldn’t expect much from a £25 buggy either. That’s hilarious about Mario getting his tool out lol I’m glad it’s still working for you! What a great deal if it keeps going. Thanks so much for linking up with #bloggerclubuk

    • mummydaddymia , Direct link to comment

      Lol he always has his tool out! 🙂 It was a handy buggy since our other one was massive and its quite sad now that Mia’s too old for her buggys 🙂

    • mummydaddymia , Direct link to comment

      Yes its difficult isn’t it as you definitely need a ‘filler’ buggy for the in between time but it goes so quickly you aren’t sure if you need one! 🙂

  • Roisin Fitzgerald , Direct link to comment

    Iv’e been on the look out for another buggy to have for when my aunty minds my son and I think this could be ideal! #PicknMix

    • mummydaddymia , Direct link to comment

      Yeah they are great to have in the car as a spare just in the case, we used it a lot when we weren’t going far and didn’t need the massive buggy! 🙂

  • Life as Mum , Direct link to comment

    a friend of mine had the same pram it lasted so long! Great pram.
    Great review.
    Thanks for linking up with #justanotherlinky

  • Mommy's Little Princesses , Direct link to comment

    It’s always good to have a smaller second buggy that doesn’t take up much space, and that doesn’t take up to much room at all. Aaaàh Mia looks so sweet and so content in this buggy.xx #KCACOLS

    • mummydaddymia , Direct link to comment

      Yes we definitely found it so useful for quick trips! She absolutely loved it and asked for it instead of her ‘big’ buggy 🙂 thanks for commenting

  • Katie , Direct link to comment

    This would be the ideally priced buggy for me. I babywear 95% of the time so anything expensive would just go to waste and most take up too much space. Thanks for linking up with #sundastars x

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