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Phil-teds-verve.34170673
9.0 out of 10

Phil & Teds Verve

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Overall 10
10

Very happy would reccomend it

nursey, kiddicare.com
2 April 2012
  • Excerpt: my two children are very comfortable. i find it easy to manover
  • Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Clean, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Quality Construction
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Overall 10
10

4 four wheel uptown inline buggy

Kiddicare Staff Expert, kiddicare.com
29 August 2011
  • Excerpt: The Verve is the 4 four wheel uptown inline buggy and is the latest edition to the Phil &amp; Teds range ever growing family. Still suitable from birth and as always packed full of amazing features.<br /><br />this sleek designed pushchair has an adjustable handle bar so is suitable for everyone and a one touch brake which is located on the handle. the seat reclines easily with on hand and the swivel front wheels makes steering really easy.
  • Pros: Comfortable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Manoeuvre, Easy to Set Up, Lightweight, Smooth Ride, Stylish
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Overall 9
9.0

I love the Verve and when I first bought it I looked for any excuse just to take it out...fantastic!

Mama4, Made for Mums
19 June 2011
  • Summary: I used to have the E3 but now have a spanking new Verve...and I LOVE it!! I always liked my E3. With quite a shopping habit, it has been fab. It gets through shop doors easily, you don't take up whole isles and it fits well in the back of the car. The Verve has all these perks and more, like the fabric on the pram has been improved and its all soft and snuggly and nicer to hold on the handle.
  • Pros: It looks amazing. It folds down and back up easily and fits perfectly in the back of a Zafira. The airless tyres mean no more puncture repair kits. The brake is on the handle. The fabric is soft and looks good. Is great to push!!
  • Cons: I honestly couldn't think of any. Some reviews have said this pram was noisy but I haven't found it to be at all.
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Overall 9
9.0

I LOVE this buggy and when I first got it I looked for any excuse to get out and show it off...beautiful!

Mama4, Made for Mums
19 June 2011
  • Summary: I used to have the E3 but now have a spanking new Verve...and I LOVE it!! I always liked my E3. With 2 children and a shopping habit, it was fab. It gets through shop doors easily, you don't take up whole isles and it fits well in the back of the car. The Verve has all these perks and more, like the fabric on the pram has been improved and its all soft and snuggly and nicer to hold on the handle.
  • Pros: You can fit two children/child and baby in and not take up the whole shop! It easy to put up and down in to lift in to the boot. It looks beautiful. The fabric is soft. The brake is on the handle No more flat tyres, the wheels are airless!
  • Cons: I really couldn't think of any. Previous models had drawbacks but Phil & Ted's have really done well to smooth out the problems and create this fab pram.
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Overall 9
9.0

The Verve is superbly streamlined, stylish and swift, It's thoroughly designed with the whole family in mind.

StyleBabyStyle, Made for Mums
18 June 2011
  • Summary: The Verve is a beautiful buggy and brilliantly designed - Phil & Teds have really resolved previous niggles. It's well suited to an active family with flexible needs - we’ve been on billions of buses, pushed through parks, schlepped round shops, used it in the garden and it's even a peach on the beach.
  • Pros: With a shiny frame and a sleek silhouette, it's still got some real guts under all the gloss, gliding over surfaces with superb suspension and stability (curbs/cobbles/gravel/grass & can cope with sand). It's compact for a tandem & also has a no fiddly-bits, phenomenally flat standing-fold with both, generous-sized, seat units still attached. Make-mama's-life-easier features abound; the handlebar brake, the rain-cover pouch that velcros to the frame, flexible tipping ...
  • Cons: Due to the standing fold, the handlebar is taking some wear on the floor so the brake section is already quite scratched. The handbrake itself is a bit stiff but I think that’ll warm up. It's a little long & the chunky back wheels make it bulkier at the back but for a tandem it's still compact. Some sort of carry handle on the frame would be useful in maneuvering it about. It's also pretty pricey once you've bought the necessary add-ons.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

preciouslittleone.com
27 January 2014
Overall 10
10

User Review

preciouslittleone.com
15 September 2011
Overall 10
10

" I used to have the E3 but now have a…"

Nallers, Mumsnet
19 June 2011
  • Excerpt: I used to have the E3 but now have a spanking new Verve...and I LOVE it!! I always liked my E3. With 2 children and a shopping habit, it was fab. It gets through shop doors easily, you don't take up whole isles and it fits well in the back of the car. The Verve has all these perks and more, like the fabric on the pram has been improved and it's all soft and snuggly and nicer to hold on the handle.
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