We have searched the market for some great accessories for your babies vehicle. Here are some of our favorites:
1. My Buggy Buddy Lock, £8.95, www.hippychick.com
Invented by two policemen, the My Buggy Buddy Lock is the most simple and effective way of securing what is likely to be your single highest value piece of baby equipment – your pram.
The My Buggy Buddy Lock allows you to secure your buggy by locking it to any fence, railing or post and will only release the buggy again when your unique combination is put in.
The generous foam protection around the lock ensures that it won’t mark your buggy or whatever it’s clipped to and it is compact enough to fit in any handbag or changing bag pocket, the My Buggy Buddy Lock can come with you everywhere.
A real ‘must have’ piece of equipment for when you’re shopping, on holiday or on days out, the My Buggy Buddy Lock is the most cost effective insurance you can invest in to protect your buggy – at less than £10.
A classic and a best selling Buggysnuggle cosytoes! The cutest sheep design in cuddly sherpa fleece lined with plain fleece. This Buggysnuggle footmuff has cute white sheep on a red background lined with soft plain red polar fleece.
3. The Lascal Maxi BuggyBoard – £60.00, http://www.cheekyrascals.co.uk/
Fitting 99% of pushchairs, buggyboard is truly universal – see how it fits at www.buggyboard.info
Comfortable, safe, fun and speedy, BuggyBoard Maxi makes it easy
The Premium Design MAXI has an extra large platform
Easy to fit, easy to use, easy to store
Suitable for children 2-6 years (max. 20kg (44lbs))
My Buggy Buddy Clip, £5.99, www.hippychick.com
The My Buggy Buddy Clip, is another great piece of simple, inexpensive pram kit
The metal loop simply snaps on to the pram handle and is secured in place using a metal clip enabling yummy mummies (and daddies!) with a serious shopping habit to safely and securely carry multiple bags on their pram.
Bags are strung on to the loop before the clip is locked back in place, putting an end to the frustrating and potentially dangerous practice of steering prams with one hand whilst holding bags with another.