Summary: I searched long & hard and have been through many a buggy before finding this! Needed something light enough for me to push while preg with 5th, 1yr old in it & 3yr old on buggy-board! Also needed to fit in car and fold up small enough to it in our tiny porch - but not be too expensive.
Pros: large wheels, large shopppng basket, snug & big footmuff.
Cons: Can't easily access basket when seat is fully reclined. No air-vents in raincover.
Excerpt: I purchased the Chicco Winter London Stroller in Pink, when my daughter was 8 months old. She had been in a Silver Cross 3D prior to this, which I loved, but was hard work pushing around when just strolling along.
Excerpt: This is the buggy we are currently using with jess at the moment, it is suitable from birth as it lies completely flat but we didn't buy it until we were getting rid of our travel system when she was 8 months old but I am not a fan of this style for new borns as they look lost in them.
Excerpt: I love this buggy for the value of money, only thing i fhave found is after 6 months my footrest snapped clean off, i am disappointed but trying my best to find a spare part now, i have e mailed chicco to see if they can help me too, fingers crossed they can, as i dont want to throw this, but its no...
Excerpt: I opted for this stroller when my son was 4 months (although it can be used from birth) as the travel system I had was a bit to bulky and heavy to be practical. I wanted a light and compact stroller and that exactly what I got with the Chicco London.
great for mums that dont need a travel system or do a lot of walking.
22 October 2008
Excerpt: I love this stroller. Its good for people either using public transport or those that dont want a travel system. First things first. The price.it is roughly around £69, but i have seen them on ebay for £20.And, as it can be used from birth as it has a lie flat option, to 3 years so do not ever need...