Supplied with Footplate £169 + 0% VAT inc. delivery
(when eligible for VAT Relief)
Now available in two colours Grey/Dark Blue and Grey/Red
to purchase online visit www.specialneedsstrollers.co.uk
Basic no frills 'umbrella folding' buggy for a larger child, say 2 years to 8 years.
It is especially suited for a child who is not able to walk yet or, more likely, can walk...but not far enough (or reliably in the direction which you want to go !)
Similar in design to the Maclaren Major Elite, it looks like another manufacturer's copy. Indeed much of the text on this page is the same as for the Maclaren Major Elite...but with the name changed !
Comparing the Budget XL to the Major Elite what we like is:
the seat fabric wraps over the side of the pushchair frame both padding the metal frame a bit and also covering the gap in the frame which some children like to put their hands through
what we did not like is:
We supply it as a basic pushchair without any accessories but we are aware that accessories from another pushchair will fit. - e.g. Sun Hood, Rain Cover, Shopping Basket, Padded Seat Liner, Footmuff, Vest Harness. In addition we can supply a Lambskin Comfort Liner & Travel Bag.
Robustly made with an aluminium frame the Budget XL Special Needs Stroller is sturdy enough for a child up to 45kg while still being reasonably lightweight.
It comes a One Year Manufacturers Warranty but do be aware that this only covers defects of manufacture not 'wear and tear' - both the warranty and the safe working load may be significantly reduced if the child is not a co-operative occupant.
The Budget XL Special Needs Stroller has relatively small 7" wheels which are best suited to smooth surfaces, it will struggle off road or with a larger child even on a cobbled street (see our other pushchairs, e.g. Advance Mobility Independence) so it is essentially an urban pushchair. On the other hand the relatively small 'footprint' of the Budget XL Special Needs Stroller makes it much more suitable than the other pushchairs for use around town, inside shops or other places indoors, e.g. School.
good manoeuvrability in small places
three position footplate to suit child leg length
fixed angle not adjustable
It is fairly common that neither the Budget XL Special Needs Stroller nor our other pushchairs will go everywhere you need to go.
...so many people have one of each ! and we can do a very competitive price package if you buy both.
The Key Features:
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the Budget XL Special Needs Stroller is not 'Crash Tested' it cannot be used for transporting a child in a vehicle, if you need a pushchair which is Crash Tested and approved for use in a vehicle see the Trotter model.
It is possible to fit a Buggy Board to the Budget XL to help transport a second child.
Accessories from both the Excel Elise and DoAbility Buggy will fit the Budget XL Special Needs Stroller, see images below.
We are advised by the distributor of the Buggy Board that they are confident that it can be fitted to the Budget XL Special Needs, although they have not specifically tested it (only ones which have been tested are explicitly listed on their website).
For detailed dimensions please visit Budget XL Special Needs Stroller Specifications
or download the detailed User Manual this is in the Adobe pdf format, if you do not have Acrobat Reader installed you can install it free
Whilst the Budget XL Special Needs Stroller may be used for someone with special needs the seat may be unsuitable if they require postural management support, if in doubt please seek the advice of your physiotherapist.
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Every child is an individual with individual needs it is not therefore possible to state that these special needs pushchairs will be suitable for every child. We have supplied pushchairs for children with the following conditions:
ADHD, Angelman Syndrome, ASD, Autism, Barth Syndrome, Brain Tumour, Cerebral Palsy, Chromosome Disorder, Cornelia De-Lange Syndrome, CP, Developmental Dysplaysia, Diastrophic Dysplaysia, Downs Syndrome, Encephalitis, Epilepsy, Fragile X Syndrome, Global Development Delay, Heart Condition, Hemiplegia, Hypermobility, Hypotonic, Lissencephally, Low Muscle Tone, Microcephaly, Muscular Dystrophy, Ohtahara Syndrome, Pneumocoocal Meningitis, Pulmonary Stenosis, Rett Syndrome, Scoliosis, Sotos Syndrome, Spastic Diplegia, Spina Bifida, Tetrasomy, Tuberous Sclerosis.