Reviews and Problems with Silver Cross 3D Pram System
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Silver Cross 3D Review
27 October 2013
Summary: The moment the midwife had wiped the jelly from my belly after our 20 week scan, I happily waddled to the car, and ordered (well, asked polity) my husband to drive straight to mothercare to choose a pram. Now this was our 2nd child, so I already had a pretty good idea of what I needed from a pram/pushchair, and that includes: front swivel wheels, rear and front facing with a lie-flat facility, largish shopping basket, and easy to fold/erect preferably one handed!
Pros: Suitable from birth, lockable swivel wheels, adjustable handles, includes all accessories
Cons: New born liner is small and has a limited usage period, basket not as big as it looks!
Summary: INTRODUCTION ------------------------ When I was first pregnant I immediately started looking at Prams and Pushchairs as i think this is one of the important big purchases that you need when you have a baby. I was so excited!! Until I actually started looking I had no idea how much choice and how big the range iin Prams and Pushchairs was! Such a vast price range and do you go for a pram alone, a pram system, travel system?
Summary: After previously owning a Silver Cross 'Sleepover' travel system, I made the switch to the Silver Cross 3D after being fed up with owning a pram which (whilst looked pretty) was completely impractical. The 3D was the pram I originally wanted, so I didn't read many reviews and went with the look of the system rather than the functionality.
Summary: Silver cross 3d This pram was bought by a family member when I was pregnant but while trying out prams in the shop this was the one I had my heart set on, was easy to push,appeared easy to set up, and looked lovely. It has the carrycot for newborns, my child would rather sleep in this than anywhere else ha, it's nice and cosy.
Summary: I bought this pram after I had my son. I had previously purchased a big classic (emmaljunga) pram but as a first time mother I had no idea what I really needed out of a pram so I got one of these to keep in the car for days away in the car. First of all I loved how compact it was in my boot (Ford Focus) it's so easy to grab, using the carry handle on the side.
Pros: resonably compact
Cons: pramette too small, awkward technique for putting up and down, not good on rough ground
Silver Cross 3d Pram System Cargo: silver cross pram
15 September 2013
Summary: i thought the silvercross 3D pram sounded great but found out not so much. I bought this travel system thinking it was going to have everything in one. all the seperate pieces worked really well but when putting it together thats when i started not to like it. the car seat was great for car and mageable getting it in and out and wasnt too heavy. The actual pram was great although it was quite big and heavy and sometimes hard to get around corners.
Pros: appliances work well alone rather than together
Excerpt: So, I got this as a 1st time mother and had NO clue what I needed, I was very kindly bought this as it was cheap and fitted into our tiny boot. I have used it for 2 children now and would say, or plead, don't buy it. I'll just list points as it's easier. 1: It's heavy - I don't mind this as it's good arm exercise. Like a tank would be to push. Maybe push your wardrobe about on a skateboard for a few weeks as practise.
" smaller than a Linear Freeway but easier to put in a car… "
6 July 2013
Excerpt: We bought this for my daughter's second baby from our local recycle shop. We have a Linear Freeway for our car but this was too big for the parents' Seat Ibiza. The 3 d was fine as a pram and the baby stayed in it as a pram for a long time. He is a small baby (6 weeks prem) and he has only just gone into pushchair mode at 14 months and 19lbs. The pushchair is difficult to put up and down especially after a caesarian birth.
Summary: Anyone who has had the responsibility of choosing a pram will know what a daunting task that can be. There's so much to think about...How much should I spend? does it look good?? is it safe? what will I use the pram for? will it be ok for a girl or a boy? how big is it? will it fold easily? will my baby be comfortable? how long will it last? So all in all its quite a choice to make.... So lets answer some of these questions. How much is the silver cross 3d?
Excerpt: I couldnt believe the reviews on this pram. I hav e it and love it. Easy to fold away and to change into different type of pram. I used as pram for first month or so and then used with the car seat on it as my son likes to see around him. When he hit 6-7 months i changed it into a front facing push chair and he loves it. The pram steers well and isn't to heavy but heavy enough so it isn't blown all over the place. Its sturdy so i know it will last for my next baby.