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. I want a pushchair that is comfortable for my child, is easily manoeuvrable, doesn't have bits that break, can hold my bag and some shopping. This ticks all my boxes. The positives: even though its light it feels steady when out.
Summary: Very pleased with stroller! Wanted pink for my daughter but not to much so the pads and hood were brilliant! Stroller is soo quick and easy to fold and open! Takes up hardley and space in my car boot!
Summary: I love the colour of this puschair (turquoise) for my 6 month old boy and the fact that it came with a really good rain cover BUT the way you recline the seat and put it back up is just not practical! My son loves to sit up straight most of the time and only when he falls asleep do i recline it. But this is like a drawstring thing,why!!! But other than that its a really good pushchair.
Summary: Bought this buggy for my grandchildren about 4 months ago, then aged 4months & 9months. Easy to use and light to carry/lift. Stores well in boot of car. Only slight negative comment, i wish the hood covered a bit more of babys head. Overall, highly recommended.
Great light spare but not for heavy use or tiny babies.
15 September 2013
Excerpt: When I bought this buggy I already had a travel system I love, but as I leave it in the car a lot I needed a spare for when my husband accidentally takes it to work. I chose this one based on the fact it was light, but mostly because it comes in lots of patterns and I absolutely love the cottage rose pattern I bought it in. The buggy does lie flat, but to be honest it's just not sturdy and protective enough for me to put a newborn in.