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Super Micralite superlite buggy for sale


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hello there.

I'm selling our beloved micralite buggy from SE22 if anyone is looking for one.


Micralite Superlite buggy yellow and black.

Just the best buggy.

We bought it as a holiday buggy to accompany our Bugaboo Bee, but it soon became our favourite ride.

Folds so easily (great for the bus)

The big back wheels are brilliant off-road (you can even drag it across a beach) and for going up and down steps.

Included are handle bar extensions for taller parents, sun/mosquito cover, rain cover both with storage bags plus a travel bag for buggy (good for the plane). Also, if you want them, handle for older sibling to encourage them to stay with the buggy, strap to attach Sophie giraffe or the like, pouch to attach to the handlebars for phone etc.

Cover freshly washed in non-bio.

Buggy wiped down with anti-bac.

It's been well used, but is in great condition.

There's a bit of fraying on the seat belt cover, a small hole in the rain cover and some dark spots on the suncover, all shown in photos if you'd like me to send them (can only upload 2). None of which I noticed until going to sell.

Also, the handlebars drop down when you let go of them. It never bothered me, but I'm sure it's fixable if it bothers you.

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