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Maclaren Quest Pram Stroller w/Extra accessories like 1.Bumper Bar & 2.Handles Carry basket to hold milk bottle 🍼 & Draper! Can Grab delivery 🚚

Posted By: Superbbyzz

Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2021

Price: $39.90

Mobile: +65 88100193

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Product Features:
* Sturdy, aeronautical-quality aluminum frame

* Five-point safety harness on seat for maximum security for your baby πŸ‘Ά

* One hand, compact umbrella fold

* Foot-operated, linked parking/Lockable brakes

* The handle push bar is Ergonomically optimised and made from foam insulated handles

* The stroller includes a carry strap and carry handle and automatic folding Lock πŸ”’ . A tether strap is also included. As pic 5&6 shown

* Carry strap for easy portability

* 4 decline or recession sitting or sleeping position for your baby πŸ‘Ά

* Extendable leg rest for sleeping

* Removable washable seat

* Reflective seat liner & wheel gives you peace of mind that you are going to be seen on darker
afternoons or evening

* Holds children up to up to 15kg

* Reflective seat liner & wheel gives you peace of mind that you are going to be seen on darker afternoons or evening

** Also give out extra accessories like
Handy Maclaren mesh milk bottles 🍼 & Draper baskets, as can see on pic

* Maclaren Bumper Bar worth $59.90

* Maclaren Handles Carry basket to hold milk bottle 🍼 & Draper

** You can call Grab cab to my location to collect the item, and had it delivery to your block! 🚚

** Original bought was $310, now selling $39.90 only!

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