Excerpt: Initially I loved this push chair which I bought in the UK for my twins and brought out to Singapore, where I live. We used the maxi cosi adapters and seats for the 1st six months and loved the push chair. We moved the twins into the seats at 6 months and within about 6 months of using the seats, the back seat would flip backwards, sometimes trapping my babies hands or feet in between the bars and seat.
Excerpt: ive been using the pear for 12 months now for my twins, i absolutly loved this pushchair from the moment i set eyes on it until around 7months into using it, when it started squeaking every time i turned a corner or up a kerb or down a bump etc! then the front wheels have started to lock up on there own accord so they dont swivel around corners sometimes unless i stop and push the lever down.
" OMG I absolutely HATE this pushchair. I hope my review…"
8 January 2010
Excerpt: OMG I absolutely HATE this pushchair. I hope my review can stop other people from making the very expensive mistake I have! Where do I start?! I bought this for my children when i was expecting my 2nd child. Their age gap is 16 months. We used it as a single buggy for the last 2 months of my pregnancy so she could get used to it.
" I found it a disaster, a very expensive mistake. I…"
4 September 2009
Excerpt: I found it a disaster, a very expensive mistake. I used it for a few weeks before selling it and found it so hard to manouver and so heavy it put me off going out! very comfy for the kids but a nightmare for me. maybe if you have two very small babies, but i had a 22 month old in the front and i could really feel her weight as i was pushing it. And it wasn't just me, my husband and the grandparents hated it too.
" I thought that the concept of this pram was good,…"
19 February 2009
Excerpt: I thought that the concept of this pram was good, but that the reality didn't really meet up to my expectations. The whole thing is very heavy and when taken apart fills up my boot completely, so not the most compact pram on the market. The seat units are very small, and my 19 month old dinky daughter had her head scraping the hood and her legs were all scrunched up in order to get the cosytoes zipped up.
" Firstly the concept is brilliant. I have a 19 month…"
20 November 2007
Excerpt: Firstly the concept is brilliant. I have a 19 month old and a 5 week old so this system appeared to fit the bill. We ordered the pram based on the literature as it states it is suitable for 3 year olds. It isn't!!! My eldest just about fits in the seating unit now and my 5 week old that was 7lb15 born squeezes in the carrycot when he has a snowsuit on, so how we are going to get to 6mths is beyond me.