Mamas & Papas to extend pushchair fabric rangeMix and match new colours on Luna Mix pushchair

11 January 2010

Mamas & Papas Luna Mix pushchair

Mamas & Papas is to extend its range of Luna Mix pushchair fabric designs with eight new colours that allow parents to choose the look of the seat, apron and hood.

You can mix and match pieces to create your own pushchair colour scheme. Mamas & Papas says there will be 320 combinations possible with its Luna Mix pushchair model - which will be relaunched with three and four-wheeled chassis options from 1 February.

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Mamas & Papas Luna Mix pushchair

The Luna Mix pushchair currently has four different coloured hoods and liners to choose from, but new fabric designs for seats, aprons and hoods - in black, orchid, cress and denim, and 'luxury' hoods in denim, damask, 'Vintage Rose' and 'London' - will allow extra customisation, replacing the old options. All the new designs launch on 1 February, and prices are below.

  • Seat and apron: £40
  • Hoods: £20
  • Luxury hoods: £40

Both the three- and four-wheeled chassis Mamas & Papas Luna Mix pushchairs are priced at £110 and will be available in 41 Mamas & Papas stores in the UK and Ireland, as well as online at Mamas&, from 1 February.

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