Summary: I did lots of research before buying this pram. I wanted one that was suitable from birth without the need of a separate carrycot, a small fold to fit in our Ford Fiesta, a parent facing mode and a reasonable price. I eventually chose the Loola Up, and overall I have been very pleased with it. When it arrived, it did require quite a lot of assembling. The instructions were quite clear and it wasn't too difficult to do.
Pros: Good swivel wheels, feels sturdy, can face either way
Bebe Confort Loola Up: Simple to use, rear facing pushchair.
6 May 2012
Summary: Positives: -Rear and forward facing...this is the best feature of this pushchair without a doubt. And I would recommend the Loola up on this feature alone. It's so easy to turn around,and I love being able to see my baby. Most pushchairs that have this feature as far as I am aware are either really expensive or really fiddly. They don't fold up rear facing, or the are really huge and bulky.
Summary: Bebe comfort Loola up. New to this reviewing thing so have broken down this review into the following sections: Cost: At first I thought this pram was expensive but as a first time parent I didn't really realise how much these kinda things cost, my partner and I spent a shade over £500 on this pushchair, carry cot and car seat with a base which, when compared with what we got for the money and in relation to other prams out there wasn't too bad.
Pros: Nice design, easy to use controls, looks good