Excerpt: This has been such a great pushchair for us. I have used this daily for a year now and am so glad I chose it despite mixed reviews. I use it on rough pavements, up/down big curbs, on woodland paths, grass etc. I think it handles rough ground really well. Friends who have used the Uppababy Vista and Cruz have said the suspension of the Neo is smoother. It turns on a sixpence, so smooth.
Excerpt: We bought the full travel system. We wondered why we didn't see more people with this system and now I know why. It's ok I guess but you don't want something that's just 'ok' when you have spent so much money on it. When we were shopping for it, we didn't have baby to test it out so we were buying blind. For starters, the car seat, which is incredibly light, is actually a bit big for a newborn baby. Baby was quite unsupported and the angle of the seat seemed a bit off.
Excerpt: Poor, poor, there is not enough characters to review the negativity of this product. Chassis had to be changed due to design problems,which was a big deal( brake kept going off on it's own accord) Marino wool interior shrunk after washing.Concorde were hopeles. I paid almost £ 2.500 for an elite product,that should have lasted generations.!!!!CONCORDE HANG YOUR HEAD IN SHAME!!!!!!!!
Excerpt: Do not buy this push chair, or you'll regret it. It's priced as a quality system with big wheels and a good suspension to reliably get you through those early years and benefits from the whole it's 'German, so most be high quality' branding, but IT-IS-CRAP and you'll be lucky to get a good year out of it.
Excerpt: The Concord Neo is quite a large pushchair but it is easy to turn and steer. I couldn't decide between this and the bugaboo bee at first but I plumped for the Concord because I preferred my son to be higher up. The Neo looks really nice and my son has always seemed comfortable in it. I also like it because I want to have my son facing me for as long as possible and I love the way you can easily adjust the seat.
Excerpt: I have a Concord NEO and I have loved it. It's so easily to handle. The carrycot and seat unit sits slightly higher than other prams which I like as my hubby & I are tall (5ft 10+ ). I did read some reports about faulty brakes but we have the new model from 2011 which has the brake on the handlebar. I also particularly like the carrycot as it is bigger than many other travel systems and is more roomy for Jnr to sleep.
Excerpt: I bought this thinking it would be the BMW of German engineering, but it turned out to be more of Fiat Cinquecento for the price of a Mercedes! Main problems: - there are huge supply problems. We were told there was no confirmed delivery date for the colour we wanted and had to wait 8 weeks for the colour 'available'.
Excerpt: This a great looking pram , light , funky and hard wearing. Heres a quick summary: pros: Light weight funky looking Great fabric Hood pulls down really low to keep the wind and sun out Comfy Washable Good accessories clips straight on ( no adaptors needed) You can attached the basket part to the back seat ( ideal for long journeys) as with car seats you will need to reomve them every approx 2.5 hours. ( clips ect included when you buy the travel sytem).