Summary: Great pram, easy to fold down. Well worth the money esp since you get the cosy toes and foot muff free. Nice pram to push, not too heavy. Hood cover is decent.
Pros: large wheels, large shopppng basket, snug & big footmuff. it lies back enough for babies over 3 months, it's quite stylish too, quite compact too, easily fits in the boot of my car, which is small, i have a corsa Footmuff and raincover included Easy to push Fully reclines Easy to fold up
Cons: Can't easily access basket when seat is fully reclined. No air-vents in raincover. although it says from birth i wouldn't recommend it as it doesn't lie fully flat Basket underneath is a touch small. Can be difficult to access if baby lying fully back.
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 good when my sons feet drag on the floor!
Summary: When my trusty Maclaren finally broke on me it was time to look for a new pushchair. I wanted something light, compact and cheap! The Chicco Winter Stroller in blue was on offer in Argos for around £50 and fitted the bill perfectly. I have now owned this model for around 6 months and this is my experience of the product so far: The seat has a 5 position reclining backrest and is meant to be suitable from birth.
Pros: cheap, durable so far. Extras included in price
Summary: 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. It's sturdy, easy to maneuver with a choice of lockable or swivel front wheels and the reclining back means its comfortable for the baby whether they are lying down to sleep or sitting up.