Excellent, would def recommend to anyone wanting a everyday
Susan & Ryan 25.11.08 12:16 am, Made for Mums
22 May 2009
Summary: I am really pleased with this buggy, it is excellent value for money. Very easy to put together.The raincover is strong and it velcros right round the handlebars and down the back of the buggy with clips to the foot bars. It lies flat by squeezing a handle.
Pros: It lies back flat by squeezing a handle, very smoothly and easy to move up again. It is easy to fold up and down and has a carry handly on the side and a clip to keep it together.
Summary: We decided to downsize from our travel syst to this product. It is a fantastic stroller. Easy to use and folds down perfectly for easy storage it's lovely and cosy for ny son with the footmuff. Great product and great speedy service from precious little ones.
Excerpt: We bought the Obaby Atlas because we already had a toddler and I was pregnant with our second baby. We were currently using the Bugaboo Cameleon as a pushchair but with a new baby on the way we needed to convert the Cameleon back to pram mode.
Pros: "you could probably burn a fair few calories pushing this as it's so exhausting", "collapsable "
Cons: "makes pushing a child serious hard work", "difficult to manouver", flimsy
This causes great concern as I can't let go of it in ...
Katie Colclough, Amazon
9 November 2014
Summary: A lovely light pram but it has caused me very scary moments when it has tipped back with my baby in the pushchair. This causes great concern as I can't let go of it in shop when paying for my goods. This has happened a few times. Has anyone else had this problem
Excerpt: This is the worst stroller I have ever had the displeasure of encountering. after 2 journeys, my little boy had an injured groin. He dangles in the chair so precariously, regardless of strap adjustment etc. Every child I have seen looks so uncomfortable in this model. The steering is ATROCIOUS.
Summary: This pushchair is not worth the money purely for the recline function it is like a drawstring that u have to press and push in and out. As soon as i got the stroller overall design is nice but when i tries to recline the button is so stiff n it doesnt ever push all the way back up so my baby doesnt...
Pros: Sturdy stroller, Child cannot sit completely upright
Summary: I had an Atlas for my first child and even though there were a few minor niggles I had at the time, when looking for a new one for my second child I ended up returning to this one.... IÃ¢Â€Â™m a pragmatist and not willing to spend a fortune.