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Bebecar Ip-Op
8.1 out of 10

Bebecar Ip-Op

The Ip-Op chassis is modern, contemporary and ultra-compact. It Read more

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Overall 8

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Made for Mums
11 January 2010
  • Conclusion: The Bebecar Ip-Op is a stylish option that’s suitable from birth and for public transport users. It can be used as a rear and forward facing buggy, and also features a well thought out shopping basket. However, it’s a little on the heavy side, and it won’t suit everyone’s budget.
  • Pros: Compact, robust, stylish, good shopping basket design, scissor fold system, freestanding folded, easy to take on public transport, adjustable footrest, rear and forward facing seat, Firstly, assembling the Bebecar Ip-Op was so easy. Once out pushing it, its construction feels robust, and while the steering was heavy, my son Nathaniel wasn’t troubled with the slightly bumpy ride (he barely woke up). I love to shop, and felt the storage under the buggy was well designed...
  • Cons: Not light, long babies could quickly outgrow pram mode, can't tuck blankets into pram, doesn't go up kerbs easily, fiddly to adjust handle height, removable covers can't be machine washed, The Bebecar Ip-Op weighs almost 14kg, so isn’t light when it comes to getting it into your car boot. The padding and mattress in the pram are as good as any I've come across, but you can’t tuck blankets in properly. This isn’t an issue with a young baby, but now Nathaniel is older a...
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Overall 9

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Made for Mums
15 December 2009
  • Conclusion: The Bebecar Ip-Op travel system offers a stylish and safe ride. However, its price tag packs a punch and its heavy construction lets down what could have otherwise been a great pram.
  • Pros: Compact, sturdy, stylish, durable, good storage, scissor fold system, stands when folded, easy-to-install car seat, easy to take on public transport, adjustable footrest, Putting the chassis and pram together was dead simple. Manoeuvring the Bebecar Ip-Op along the road, the steering felt heavy, but the construction is sturdy and Nathaniel didn't seem bothered by having a bit of a bumpy ride and barely awoke from his slumber. As a lady who loves to shop, the storage u...
  • Cons: Heavy, pram mode not good for long babies, can't tuck blankets into pram, not easy to get up kerbs, fiddly handle height adjustment, covers not machine washable, The Easymaxi car seat was a cinch to strap into my car, although I didn't feel it was held in place as securely as my usual brand of car seat. Weighing nearly 14kg, the Ip-Op it is actually quite heavy to lift into a car boot. The luxury padding and free mattress in the pram is as good as any I've seen, but y...
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