Reviews and Problems with Phil & Teds Explorer
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ruthiehen, Made for Mums
1 September 2011
Summary: if i had known all of this before i bought it would not hve done so
Pros: it looks smart
Cons: it is heavy, baby only faces mum if in car seat or peanut(which is tiny)i am expecting a new frame from PnTs as there are probs with brakes and a kit for the hood as it falls off when you fold the pushchair up. These are apparently common problems!
" Has some great features but overall the cons outweight the pros…"
8 May 2012
Excerpt: Pros: Light to push, very good off road, versatile seating combinations, very good in newborn/toddler mode, looks good. Cons: Heavy, difficult to fold, difficult and unstable going up kerbs, lots of annoying design flaws (such as when it folds the handlebar crashes to the ground potentially damaging...
Summary: Find this is no good for anything except cups - bottles (my main reason for buying it was for drinks bottles) just fall out due to wide neck every time I go over a bump. Also find it does get in way on the location p&t have set (e.g getting through doorways).
not the best fit, the car seat didn't seem steady at ...
23 March 2012
Summary: A lot of money for what they are, but the price was similar on most sites. Used with maxi cosi pebbble and Phil and Ted's navigator v2. Quite loose, not the best fit, the car seat didn't seem steady at all- but then I out it on the the pram seat base on as well and the fit was much better.
Summary: Still can't understand why the rain cover doesn't come with the pram. Our Phil & Ted's Explorer didn't even come with a back flap so in the lie-flat position the baby is very exposed to the elements. Because of that we now have to use the storm cover all the time to keep the wind out of the pram.