Summary: Having had five children and over thirty prams I know what I love and what I don't. The Loola fits firmly in the love category. I bought the Loola when my fifth child was six months old and loved almost everything about it. The things that I particularly loved about the Loola was that my daughter could face me and the outside world, and changing between forward and parent-facing was easy.
Summary: I looked high and low for a travel system that suited my needs, when i found the bebe confort loola i was over the moon, i loved how it all came together and was so easy to use, love the fact you can choose which way you want your baby to face, the front wheels can be locked to roll straight or unlocked to free wheel.
Pros: Baby can face to you or away from you, front wheels are lockable to roll straight or free
Summary: i currently have this pram for my baby girl and im not cmpletely sold on it to be honest.i have the red star limited edition version of this pram with the red chassi and seat frame. when you look at it ,it should be the ideal pushchair. it folds pretty small its forward and rear facing its got a big hood with window in it comes with raincover and you can buy lots of extras for it too on the down side the chassi doeasnt always clip together as it should, meaning you have...
Bebe Confort Loola: Great to have baby facing you.
28 May 2009
Summary: I've had quite alot of buggies ,some i've just got bored of & some have just been so naff that they have ended up at the nearest car boot but this one has stood the test. Its suitable from birth & the seat unit can be taken off & swivelled round so baby can face you which i found really nice although its alittle tricky at first until you get the hang of it. It has 4 recline positions which ever way the seat unit is facing.
Pros: Light,Sturdy,baby can face you or away from you
Summary: We purchased this pushchair for our daughter when she was 13 months old after struggling to find one that suited us all. I wanted a pushchair where the handlebars could be adjusted to suit mine and my husbands height and also one which would allow my baby to face me whilst out and about and this pushchair met my needs. The bebe confort loola pushchair has a reversible seat unit which is so easy to switch around.
Summary: I've had 2 bebe confort loolas. The first one I was forced to sell by my husband, as he thought 4 pushchairs / prams were just too many for 1 baby (I admit to being a buggy addict constantly buying and selling pushchairs so have tried most!) however I missed it so much, A few month later I bought it again. The chasis is sleek looking, and the seat wide and comfertable. It reclines to 3 positions and can be forward ot rear facing.
Pros: Compact folding for small car boots/storage, comfertable seat, rear and forward facing, stylish
Cons: quite heavy, accessories can be expensive, low handles
Summary: Loola I had always fancied a loola when daughter was tiny I thourght looked lovley but I dident get one until she was nearly 2 as was after a cheap compact rear facing pushchair. I loved the easy fold and recline which is back off pushchair seat pull the lever down same as M&P prams then just push seat fowards from behind to go upright again. The brakes were at the foot and seemed really good.
Pros: suitable from birth,rear facing,folds in one peice,travel system compatible
Summary: I'm sure I must be slowly working my way around all the buggies on the market. When I found out I was expecting my second I couldn't decide what I wanted this time, having had five different ones for my first child. So currently I have a Bugaboo, which I had been using for my son and use with a Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix for my daughter, a Bebe Confort Loola system with carry cot (my current pram of choice) and a Phil and Teds Sport Double which I bought off Ebay as my eldest...
Pros: The Windoo carrycot is comfortable, it is generally a very good system