Reviews and Problems with iCandy Peach Blossom Twin
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Overall, I am thrilled with the Peach. I see it as an investment of sorts. Well if it’s good enough for Posh!
Rosie Andrews, Made for Mums
6 October 2011
Summary: You get what you pay for however, and this has been a dream to stroll around with. Not only is it attractive (we have the “Sweet Pea” colour (green and blue) carry cot and I can’t count the number of compliments we’ve received.
Pros: It’s durable and I find it surprisingly lightweight to use. Its wheels are durable and the folding system is very straightforward and ideal for getting on the bus quickly or in the back of the car quickly. We have a Fiesta so sometimes have to take a wheel off to ensure it fits but the wheels pop off at the press of a button so this is barely an inconvenience. Our Maxi-Cosi car seat fits perfectly and teamed with the carry cot, Baby Leanne is perfectly happy to drift ...
Cons: it’s quite pricey and can scuff...That’s about it!
Summary: I bought a peach blossom for 2 as soon as they arrived at John Lewis. With a 15 month old boy and No.2 due in Nov I wanted a pram I could use in town especially, our car is not the biggest so the buggy had to fold small, no other double we saw came close to the small fold size. Being a tandam it fits through doorways easily, the steering is still light with both on board.
Pros: Easy to push and steer, folds very small and really light, shoulder strap helps with carrying. Looks amazing in single or double set up.
Summary: Hi To everyone out there who has previously read one of my blogs on the iCandy Peach. I thought it would be good to give you an update on its progress now my children are older. My eldest daughter is now 17 months and my youngest is 8 months both are developing on the above average for weight and are of the scale for height! making any travel system more demanding.
Pros: Durable, pleasing on the eye, very lightweight.
Cons: Seats are a little small if you have big children.