Summary: I love this stroller. It is the only one I own. I wanted a light weight stroller/jog stroller combo, and this is it. It is super-easy to maneuver, light for loading into my van and nicely padded for my newborn's comfort. In other strollers I tested, it seemed like my baby was lying on covered plywood. For this, my 4th child, I wanted one stroller to meet all my needs. This is it!
Summary: I researched a lot for strollers before I bought one, and I don't know if my prefered stroller yet exists, but this one has brought disappointment. I particularly dislike the basket set up. It is too difficult to access. Also, the wheels are better than cheaper stollers, but I wish they were rubber rather than plastic, because it doesn't take the bumps as smoothly as I would like.
Summary: WHAT IS IT? A 3 wheel pushchair that is made by Maclaren. FEATURES This is the MX3 version of the Maclaren jogger pushchair. It has got a 5 point harness and you can remove the front wheel to make it a little bit smaller when you are storing it because it is quite long when it is folded up. You can change the position of the back of the seat so that your baby can lie down and sleep with comfort and you can move the foot rest also.
Pros: It is comfortable for my little daughter and very easy to use
Excerpt: We have been searching tirelessly for reviews on the Maclaren MX3 and yet still come up empty handed. After much debate and procrastination sufficient time had passed that one actually appeared in a high street store, John Lewis. So we went to see it first hand. Based on what we saw there we thought it was worth a punt. This review is based on our very newly acquired MX3, and so entails build quality, feel and easy of use rather than longevity of the product.
" I used this (with the carrycot, which you buy seperately)… "
12 February 2008
Excerpt: I used this (with the carrycot, which you buy seperately) from birth and love it. It's light as three-wheelers go, easy to steer onehanded, turns in its own length and has a usefully adjustable handlebar that folds down to make it smaller when parked. Even 6'2" DH doesn't kick the back of it when walking. The fold is easy and it stands alone folded, but it's not especially compact - I have to take a wheel off (this is easy) to get it in the boot of my Saxo.
Excerpt: I bought this as my son is very tall and I wanted a 3 wheeler with a high back. Its great because it is very padded so very comfortable. I'm also very happy with all the pockets and a good sized basket underneath. I chose the green insert. Also my son hates rain covers and what I like about this is that the hood is large so the rain cover is far away from his face so no arguments! The height adjusting handle bar is good too as I am very short!
" Pros: very easy to push, nice padded liner, comfy roomy… "
1 October 2007
Excerpt: Pros: very easy to push, nice padded liner, comfy roomy seat. Lies flat, adjustable handle, nice big hood, swivel wheel and pockets on back for keys, mobile ect. Cons: horrible tyres, and can't get anything in the basket, struggle to even get the raincover in there as the seat is right on top of it.