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Why Lascal’s buggy board rocks

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Written by Steven White

The Lascal Maxi Special Edition Buggyboard is the perfect choice for tired toddler legs.

Buggy boards are a genius invention in the parenting world. With many parents having both a baby and toddler (or slightly older), gone are the days of needing either a double stroller, which can be costly, or slowly walking down the street with a single stroller while your older child lags behind complaining of feeling tired from too much walking.

Buggy boards have changed all that – and the Lascal Maxi World Map Special Edition Buggyboard is a must-have for parents.

Lascal BuggyBoard Maxi Special Edition, RRP £61.99

The practical buggy board is suitable from children two years up to 20kg. It’s also universal, meaning that it fits on to 99 per cent of strollers out there (check here to see if yours fits) with its smart, easy-fit system that requires no tools. Then away you and the family go with baby in the stroller and toddler standing on the anti-slip board.

Comfortable ride

But what we especially love about this particular board, apart from the sizeable wheels and in-built suspension for a comfortable ride, is the world map that features on it. The colourful map highlights continents, oceans and landmarks across the globe, which is great for helping educate your child.

There is also a saddle that can be attached to the board (sold separately) for if your child ever wants to have a complete rest and sit down. The Lascal BuggyBoard Maxi Special Edition is beyond perfect for taking or picking up your child from school, trips down to the shops or pleasant walks in the park. Or any long journey on foot for that matter. It’s sturdiness provides you with years of use and, if you’re planning a big family, can easily be passed down the line, saving you effort and money in the process.

The Lascal BuggyBoard Maxi Special Edition is available now exclusively from Smyths, RRP £61.99.

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