Reviews and Problems with Mothercare Trenton Deluxe pushchair
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" help - how do the straps work in the carrycot…"
30 June 2012
Excerpt: trying to figure out how to strap our 4 week ols son into the carrycot section of this system - can anyone help? ive figured out trap over each shoulder & 1 around the waist, but whats to stop our son sliding through straps to the bottom of the carrycot? this is the only downside we've found with this system.
" This pram worked wonderfully for 2 years. I needed a…"
28 September 2011
Excerpt: This pram worked wonderfully for 2 years. I needed a pram that could hold lots of shopping and the basket never failed. Neither did any other part of the pram - for 2 years. Then one wheel snapped off and while it was sitting in the hall waiting for me to decide whether it was worth it to get a replacement wheel, the other wheel snapped off due to some enthusiastic play from my children.
Mothercare Trenton Deluxe: Great for sleeping babies
4 September 2010
Summary: This was my husbands choice which to honest I wasn't as keen but I wanted him to feel involved and comfortable pushing our new baby around. Mothercare Trenton deluxe pushchair is everything in one. *Pushchair - You have the forward facing pushchair that has a parent tray in front off the handle that has 2 cup holders and a box that's great for sunglasses. By that box is a clock and a temperature gage.
Mothercare Trenton Deluxe: Great travel system - definitely value for money
20 October 2009
Summary: Wow - what a travel system. The Trenton Deluxe is a very sturdy, comfortable, well built system that doesn't really have many flaws! When you buy the system it comes with the pushchair, a cocoon for newborns, a raincover, a car seat, footmuff, bag - everything you could wish for. We were bought this travel system for our first child and used it consistently until he went to nursery when we purchased a smaller, lightweight buggy.
Summary: It felt like I spent a huge chunk of my maternity leave researching which pram to buy for my first child. There was so much choice and I wanted a travel system that had three wheels as I thought I would be off-roading with the dog (this never happened much!). The Trenton Deluxe appealed because it came with a car seat that could be clipped on and off to the base so as not to disturb a sleeping babe, a lie-flat carry cot attachment when the baby was tiny (which we also...
" A good strong pushchair.The soft carrycot is a little on…"
12 August 2007
Excerpt: A good strong pushchair.The soft carrycot is a little on the small side but my son who's 4 weeks old seems very happy and comfy in it. The car seat is heavy but seems sturdy. The newborn liner is an added extra which also fits in the carseat. The downside is that once folded the pushchair is bulky and heavy to lift. The one handed folding system is easy enough to do.