Practical for 2 kids as can be used as single afterwards
yb, Made for Mums
6 September 2011
Summary: Overall it is an ok pram and compared to other doubles which can be converted into single it is a good value for money. It does have it's negative sides starting with the price and having to buy the accessories separately but for 2 children it is kind of acceptable.
Pros: It is easy to push, has lots of accessories which can be bought and added on, not too heavy, practical as can be used as single or double, can be used with Maxi-cosi car seats when you buy the adapter. It is normal width so you can use in buses.
Cons: expensive, bulky when folded, not very easy to put the newborn in and out when the seat is reclined. The extra seat seems small for toddler(when baby is flat). Accessories are very expensive too and has to be bought separately. It has one hand fold system but as you have to take all the extra bits out first it makes it fiddly and little time consuming. Extra seat can't recline and basket can't be used with both seats in use.
Summary: Bought this stroller because my best friend got one when they had their second child because of it's adaptability and compactness. It is very narrow and easy to maneuver for being an adaptable double stroller! I love that it can become a travel system with many carseats. We aren't due until July so I haven't tried this out on an infant yet, but I babysit a 21 month old and he seems to like it so far.
Summary: Great concept and pretty versitile. It looks like most of the problems have been fixed in more recent models -for example the front bumper that bangs the ground when collapsed and transported and hood/shade extended for 2nd seat.
not a great buy if you are in and out of a car, with other kids, very heavy to fold and lift in the boot.
bobbies, Made for Mums
16 June 2010
Summary: did not suit me or my lifestyle, living in a city, with a car. with a newborn and 2 1/2 yr old, could not use the doubles kit enough to justify the cost of all the accessories on top of the basic price.
Pros: looks good, bright colours, strong and well made, good material. would suit mum with one baby/toddler who walks a lot and is an outdoor person in all weathers. Easy to set up with doubles kit, attatchments slot in easily and feel strong.
Cons: NOT CONVENIENT TO FOLD AND LIFT, TOO BIG FOR MANY CARS. USING THE DOUBLES KIT WOULD ONLY SUIT A VERY YOUNG TODDLER 1-2 YRS OLD WITH A NEWBORN, AS TODDLER SEAT IS NOT BIG, WITH CHILDS HEAD SQUASHED BY HOOD OF BUGGY. VERY HEAVY TO PUSH, GO DOWN CURBS, LARGE TO PUSH ROUND SHOPS.NOT GREAT IF YOU HAVE A TODDLER WHO WANTS TO WALK, SO THE DOUBLES KIT IS NEVER USED AND A WASTE OF MONEY!
Pros: Very easy to push even with one hand, easy moving around in shops and turning corners. When walking through town going over bumps and onto pavements are easy. My 18 week old was very cosy in the cocoon when she was born in winter to.
Cons: Rather heavy, I get my boyfriend to lift it when I can, and not easy to cary folded.
excellent pram for young mum with two under 2 to get out and about anywhere.
Holly Cook, Made for Mums
1 March 2010
Summary: great mobility and stylish. i use mine everydy to go everywhere.
Pros: slim line pram so easy access everywhere, all around shops including trendy clothes shops which dont have much space. easy to fold, easy to use, easy to clip on safe second seat, which folds small. folds small enough to fit in cupboard under stairs. good wheels with air in which creats soft smooth travel. my boys think its great. you can even go jogging at ease. even has safety strap for you to hold onto. raincover fits over both babys. material is strong. its lies do...
Cons: the fastening clips are small. but that is minor
Summary: This is pushchair no 4 and I wish I'd bought one for my eldest child. I have my car boot back for shopping and can now fit the dog in to go for long walks with us too.
Pros: Its light weight and folds down small. Its comfy to ride in according to my toddlers and so easy to steer with baby and toddler in and holding onto my eldest.
Cons: doesn't have a 3rd seat for my eldest! have to turn it upside down to fold and unfold but I'm left handed and always struggle with folding mechanisms. The cocoon is quite small and my 4mth old is getting too long for it. Even the raincover is an extra purchase.
Summary: This pushchair was the best on the market for my situation. It is a great double pushchair if you don't have much room and you live somewhere with lots of very narrow pavements. Its not a miracle pushchair though.
Pros: Narrow, so easy to get through doorways and along narrow pavements. Easy to fold. Great for newborn and toddler. Easy to steer with one hand (very useful) Very versatile. Looks good. Goes
Cons: Inflatable tyres(I've had alot of punctures, though have filled them with 'slime' now so hopefully end of that problem) No recline really when used as a double. (although my little ones sleep quite happily in it anyway) It would be better with a longer handle so you don't knock back toddler seat.
Summary: Great pram but could do with a longer handle for pushing.
Pros: Really easy to push and easy to get round shops with.
Cons: I have had to have a new double seat as the material ripped and also one of my zips broke on the main pushchair. Quality of the saddle bags are poor. I found this heavy to lift in and out of car also but i think that is the case with most double buggies.