Excerpt: I bought this pushchair for my son to take on holiday as I wanted something lightweight for travelling. I chose a baby blue colour and paid about £80.00 for the pushchair. I thought for the price it would be reasonable pushchair as it is more expensive than the basic ones.
Pros: "Small and light when folded"
Cons: "Hard to push", "Expensive for what it is ", "Not easy to clean", Flimsy
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
Excerpt: Was looking forward to getting this pushchair however it's not worth the money we paid for it. One of the front wheels doesn't touch the ground. Also the hood won't stay clipped on the frame & I very worried about it hurting my baby when it pops off as her fingers may be in the way.
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,...
Summary: This is the worst buggy ever. The seat is set too far forward and the weight being too far forward makes the buggy unwieldy. The seat is also not very deep and any child over 1 year won't be able to sit comfortably...
Summary: Brought this pushchair about a month ago and all was good but all of a sudden one side of the hood dont stay up n the pushchair steers to one side while trying to push straight iv tired to message seller but cannot find an option to do this