Summary: I loved it when it was used with a carrycot, very comfortable for a baby. I did not like its seat unit. My boy had to stay in the same sitting position all the time, after short time he tried to get out of it. No leg rest, tiny shopping basket. Reversible handle is useless.
Pros: Liked the carrycot Easy to fold Light
Cons: Seat unit is not comfortable Bulky Tiny shopping basket No led rest
This is my first child so first buggy not had anything to compare it to really but think its a good system
lucy doré, Made for Mums
15 February 2011
Summary: I do think this buggy is very good in all, there are just a few minor things that can be improved to make it perfect. Basket is completely useless, cant attach toys to buggy part, no point in reverse handle as cant steer it that way.
Pros: Easy to push, light, easy to change from car seat-moses part-buggy part.
Cons: Small basket, buggy part you cant attach any toys to keep youngster entertained. Cant really steer buggy when handle is other way.
Excerpt: We used this travel system from the time our Daughter was born to around the age of one year. It includes a car seat, a pram and a pushchair. The car seat is also able to be fixed onto the base so you don't have to wake your sleeping newborn by taking her out of the car seat, which was a useful...
A pram that will see your child through from birth to 3.5 years in confort and style
24 February 2014
Excerpt: For my first 2 children I had a bugaboo frog system which I absolutely loved and adored and was sad to see the back of, but it had been used and used and used and was not what I wanted for my new baby.
Summary: I'm using this pram for my 8 week old son in newborn carrycot mode. He loves going in as it is very comfy and cozy. It has an extra long hood canopy which is great for keeping the sun out of his eyes. This pram is very smooth and easy to push one handed around corners and up kerbs.
Summary: Have only had this pram for 3 weeks but i love it already. The pramette has plenty of room for my newborn to grow into and i love the fact that the pramette and seat can be facing you and face the other way once baby is older. The frame feels very sturdy and it looks stylish and expensive.
Excerpt: What I bought: Graco Symbio B in the colour "Boysenberry" ( it is also available in black and chilli red ) Price: With everything, including a car seat, car seat base and adapter was about £400. Why I bought it: I bought the Graco Symbio B travel system last September when 7 months pregnant.
Summary: I'm using this pram for both my newborn and my toddler and its fantastic. In newborn mode, the carrycot lies completely flat and is well padded and comfortable. It easily converts into toddler mode with no extra bulky seats etc and is a really snug and comfy ride.
" I would certainly recommend the Symbio. I really liked the…"
1 March 2011
Excerpt: I would certainly recommend the Symbio. I really liked the carrycot when my baby was a newborn; it was easy to detach and carry upstairs in our flat when the baby was asleep. I also liked being able to raise the head end so that he could see out a bit, and a friend with a refluxy baby was very...