All my friends recommended this buggy so I had no doubts when deciding. However,
4 November 2012
Summary: After 4 months, the buggy just wouldn't fold and the rubber handle bar split. Boots Customer Service were fantastic and agreed to replace it for the same or a different brand. I decided on a different brand for the reasons below.
Summary: the cover fits well generally, but it's a bit restrictive at the foot, ok for our one year old granddaughter, but may be a problem as she grows taller, time will tell. I also feel it could benefit from reinforcing where it clips around the handle as that is where it takes the strain of taking on and off.
Excerpt: I'm a Londoner and live in a flat on the third floor and have been using the buggy for two weeks. Previously I used just a Baby Bjorn. Like others I agonised for days over which buggy. Eventually I went for this one - sold on its easy fold mechanism and comfort, plus on recommendation by a friend and the fact I didn't find one negative review for this buggy. This buggy is ideal for anyone living in a house that drives (like my friend that recommended it).
Excerpt: I bought a black one of these at the end of last summer. Overall it's not bad, plus points were the huge hood which meant no need for a parasol. I thought it was nice to push - felt quite sturdy. Lots of things I did not like though - although it folded up so quick, what they do not tell you is you need to attach two straps with poppers to the frame to make sure it's secure. This was a pain!
" We got this as we wanted something that we could…"
9 February 2010
Excerpt: We got this as we wanted something that we could push with one hand and there's not that many lightweight strollers of that type around. Have to say, was a little disappointed after all the reviews seem to say how amazing it is. Think it's on the expensive side to say the least compared to the M&P Pilko pram we had for the first year.