Summary: Not a good product. I am writing a letter to the company - extremely unsafe - the hinges on the sit do not have a child safe lock- my 19 month old daughter has caught her fingers in them- She has also managed to stand up on the ground with the entire stroller nearly coming down on top of her, because the seat is so flimsy.... invest in a better stroller.
Summary: Fell in love as soon as I saw this. Really lovely bright colours that stand out. Really girly. And a lot higher up which my little girl needed as her feet were close to the floor with my other pushchair. Sadly it wasn't as pictured and the clips on the hood as seen on the photo weren't on my pushchair I ordered. I thought maybe there must of been a fault so returned and ordered another only to be in the same situation.
Pros: Easily Stowed, Easy To Steer, Durable, Lightweight, Comfortable, Sturdy, Easy to Set Up,
" Got this as a replacement for my big travel system…" Mumsnetter Elenhaodh
16 March 2012
Excerpt: Got this as a replacement for my big travel system and it is fantastic. I love the fact that you can lift the part where the feet dangle up so when they lie down (it is fully reclining) you can lift their feet up as well, and it comes in so many different colours!!! Absolutely love it! So much lighter than the travel system and it has a handle to carry it as well, it easy to fold down but you do need two hands to do it.
Summary: I had to get an OBaby Atlas as an emergency "cheap" buggy, as the new pushchair I'd ordered was delayed and I'd sold my beloved pram to make way for it, leaving me stuck! I went to the first place I could think of - Argos (see my Argos review, a great shop in these situations!). As it happened they had some promotions on pushchairs at the time, and the OBaby Atlas was available for only £49.99, so I decided to go for it as it had some good reviews.
Pros: Lays totally flat, great raincover, affordable
Cons: Heavy, hard work to push/steer, poor wheels, difficult to fold
Summary: I bought this buggy as stage 2 for my 1 year old but found it too clumsy! The padding it too hard hence she is not comfortable whilst sleeping and you need both hands to put it down or pull it up.
Summary: I personally had nothing but problems with my OBaby stroller. For one i was told it was a pushchair when i bought it in store, I told the sales person my needs and told her i like the Obaby style and was advised this was the way to go. Now as i advised i use my pushchair everyday and was told this is fine, Well After a few months the wheels began to squeak, the frame seemed lose and my poor son could not sleep because of the noise and i was embarressed walking around...