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9.0 out of 10

Jané Rider

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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
19 February 2010
  • Conclusion: The Jané Rider is a stylish, functional design that includes nearly all the easy-to-use features you’d want in a buggy. It’s easy to fold, can cope on public transport, and offers a smooth ride. A larger shopping basket would be welcome though!
  • Pros: Attractive, C-shaped chassis means no bar to kick as you walk, folds with seat attached, easy to fold, travel system compatible, retractable wheels to make it more compact when folded, When I got the Jané Rider out of its box, the first thing I realised was just how easy it is to unfold one-handed. There are several buggies on the market that claim to have this single-handed fold feature, but unless you have the strength of an Olympian, it's not something the average ...
  • Cons: Shopping basket could be bigger, raincover doesn't fold easily, no back bar to use as leverage to get up kerbs, The instructions for assembly can be a little frustrating because the diagrams are at the front, but the accompanying text is at the back. The modern, funky looking suspension spring doesn't really add anything, though I don’t think I was pushing the Rider fast enough through the corners to require it! Getting up kerbs wasn’t the easiest. The Rider has a C-s...
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
9 February 2010
  • Conclusion: The Jané Rider Matrix Light Travel System is a pretty ingenious design encompassing all the easy-to-use features you want to see on one travel system. It’s easy to fold, offers a smooth ride and has a versatile, but heavy, car seat. However, a bigger shopping basket underneath would be one very welcome addition.
  • Pros: Stylish, no back bar to kick as you walk, folds with pushchair seat attached, 4-position recline car seat including lie-flat, car seat can be used with a mattress for daytime naps, clever handle design built into car seat hood, The first thing I noticed when I took the Jané Rider out of the box was how easy it was to unfold – with one hand! There are several pushchairs for sale at the moment that claim to have this feature, but unless you have the muscle of Alex Reid,...
  • Cons: Small shopping basket, raincover doesn't fold easily, going up kerbs a bit hard, car seat required to use as a pram, heavy car seat, All the assembly diagrams are at the front, but there aren't any instructions written underneath – these are written separately at the back of the book, which can get frustrating. While it looks quite modern and funky, the suspension spring doesn't really add anything to the design. I think I wasn't pushing the Jané Rider fast enough aro...
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Overall 6
6.0

Jane Rider - Pack duo nacelle

ma-poussette.com
4 December 2010
Overall 6
6.0

Jane Rider - Pack trio

ma-poussette.com
4 December 2010
Overall 6
6.0

Jane Rider

ma-poussette.com
4 December 2010
Overall 10
10

Jane Rider - Pack duo coque

ma-poussette.com
4 December 2010