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Emmaljunga Mondial

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Made for Mums
19 March 2010
  • Excerpt: With its quality build and vintage good looks, the Emmaljunga Mondial Duo Combi is a pram that could easily get passed down the generations. However, it’s not for mums after a nippy option for getting around the shops or on buses. Since 1925, Sweden’s Emmaljunga has been making prams. Amazingly, some parts of the production process at Emmaljunga are still being done by hand!
  • Pros: Quality fabrics and build, comfortable, spacious carrycot, travel system compatible
  • Cons: Not that easy to manoeuvre, large size won't suit all lifestyles
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
3 March 2010
  • Conclusion: Vintage-looking yet completely up-to-date in terms of safety and practicality, the Emmaljunga Mondial Duo Combi travel system is worth investing in if you want your newborn to have the real pram experience. The ability to use the pram base with a car seat may be useful, but depending on your lifestyle there may be situations when it's too cumbersome.
  • Pros: Could easily become an heirloom, quality build, classy colour options, top quality fabrics, comfortable and spacious carrycot, Heirloom quality, the Emmaljunga Mondial Duo Combi looks like it will be still going strong for your grandchildren. As well as the build quality, the quality of the fabrics is extremely impressive. Emmaljunga states its fabrics have a UV protection of 50+. We didn't enjoy any sunshine during our time testing this travel system, but we can veri...
  • Cons: Manoeuvrability not fantastic, size means transporting (and public transport) could be difficult, A rainy dustbin day proved perfect for testing the Mondial Duo Combi’s handling and I was disappointed with the effort needed to manoeuvre it around wheelie bins strewn across the pavement. However, puddles were less of a problem as the Mondial Duo Combi’s large wheels rode straight through them. Off road, crossing that meadow, I struggled with weaving between cowpats. Th...
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