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Baby Parasol compatible with Mamas & Papas Armadillo Grey

SKU
FYLOGRY303

Baby Parasol compatible with Mamas & Papas Armadillo Grey. Our parasols are waterproof. Our Baby Parasol/umbrella fits all buggies/prams and pushchairs.

Now £9.40 RRP £19.99
Delivery: 2-4 Working Days For Delivery / Dispatch Time: Upto 24 Hours

    •   Quick Release
    •   UV 50+ protection
    •   1 Year Warranty Included!

    UV Protected SPF 50 for your baby (all other listing don't have this feature)please see pictures of underneath the parasol.

    UV Protected for your baby.

    Also our parasols are waterproof.

    Our Baby Parasol/umbrella fits all buggies/prams and pushchairs.

    Very easy and quick Compatible with on.

    Also with the quick release clip you can simply detach the parasol quickly and hastle free of unwinding and re-winding the clamp.

    Top Quality Fabric.

    Flexible Arm.

    Also on our parasols we have rubber pads to prevent any slipping or scratching on the frame of your buggy/pushchair.

     

    More Information
    Amazon barcode 5057880057612
    Barcode 5057880057612
    Manufacture For-Your-Little-One
    Condition New
    Material Poly Cotton
    Colour Grey
    Model OF Pushchair Mamas & Papas Armadillo
    Brand To Fit Mamas And Papas
    Weight Units KG

    Mamas & Papas is a registered trade mark of Mamas & Papas (Holdings) Limited

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    1 Reviews

    Guest

    Hi, Didn’t want to post a review as I can’t decide yet whether or not I’m satisfied with the product. As a parasol it seems small, but you gave the measurements so I could have worked that out. I was bothered that there was no flex in the arm but when looking through the paperwork to return the product I found where it said it would flex with some force. Force applied and some flex found so will give it another go. Was hoping I could remove the hood of our Armadillo M and P buggy and just use the parasol but it will have to be an add on. I hope it works out, I like the quality of the product and the thought behind it. Christine Bentley