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  4. We love this idea! We started using it a few weeks ago and it had relaly been working well. But for the last few nights after he comes out and tells us he’s ready for his tuck in (he’s 2 and 3/4), he then starts up with the requests for water, cries that he’s heard a noise, etc. Since we’ve already told him it’s bedtime, what do you recommend at that point?Thanks!

  5. About the reviewer: Mum of 3; ages 6, 2, and 13 monhtsShort Title: Removing the need for a double Pushchair??Overall Verdict: Works very well, and cheaper than a double puschair!!Best Feature: The comfy, detachable seat unit.Worst Feature: The small hook for lifting the board out of use.Review:If you have a toddler who will walk MOST of the time, but sometimes gets tired legs, and a baby who needs the pram, this could well be the answer.Unlike other buggy boards, the Kid-sit has 2 functions. It can be used as a traditional board, where the child stands, or far more fun for my tester, a seat unit can be very easily snapped into place, and the child can enjoy a comfortable ride.Fitting was very straight forward it fits most prams with a rear axle, using very easy to operate staps. It can be lifted out of use by a hook system which is easily attached to the handlebar. I found this a little unreliable to hold the board up, actually, the hook was a little small for the job.The board was easy to push as it is very light, and the single swivel wheel gives great manouvarability. I did find myself having to lean back a little to avoid kicking the board when walking, but it really wasn’t that much of a problem. It went up and down smaller curbs very well, although needed a little help on the larger ones.Folding my pushchair for the car really wasn’t affected, plus the unit is fitted and removed so quickly, I would be happy to remove it if necessary.I have a 3 wheeler pushchair, essential for the wood and muddy field walking we do everyday. Clearly, the Kid-sit was not up to that task! But then I dont think many buggy boards are!For a child who can’t quite manage to walk all the time yet, but really doesn’t warrant the purchase of a new double pram for a short space of time, this novel idea may well be the answer. My daughter enjoyed it immensely, and was very secure holding on to the strap at the front. However, the price of the unit is, I feel, a bit steep.GD Star Ratingloading…

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