Reviews and Problems with Silver Cross 3D Pram System
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" Perfect Pushcahir…"
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I cannot believe how many bad reviews this pram has received. I am a first time mum and so nothing to compare to I guess but this has been an excellent pram in my opinion. The only downside is I find it takes up most of my car boot , but then I do have a small 3 door car , I'm sure most prams would fill my boot unless I bought a cheap flimsy stroller.
" Really liked it - don't understand all the bad reviews…"
10 March 2014
Excerpt: Yes it's heavy compared to say a McLaren, but when we tested lots of pushchairs in Toys'r'us this was lighter and easier to steer than many other similar systems. The basket underneath is a reasonable size - surely it can only be as huge as some people seem to want if the pushchair is really big. Some of the things people have said in the bad reviews below are just wrong. For example, someone complained you can't wash the pram liner.
" Shocking Pram, bulky, broke when our child was 10 months which has exceeded warranty…"
10 March 2014
Excerpt: Shocking, I would not recommend this pram to anyone, very heavy for me to manover, I could never put it down on my own, my friend had the same one at same time and she agreed they were horrible pram aswell! The frame broke within 10 months -13months of buying the product. The carry cot is rancid, it is that thin that I may aswell have used a blanket and it only fastened on with Velcro. AVOID AT ALL COSTS!
Summary: This is a good pram for a man, I think. It's a bit bulky, but that's what men want in a pram, and by it's sturdiness you can tell that it's well-made and is likely to last a long time. It's pretty easy for me to put up/down, though I've got to say my wife finds it a little harder - not impossible, but you do have to put a bit of muscle in to unlatch the locks. The wheels are sturdy and can easily make it over the cobbled streets we have in our town.
Silver Cross 3d Pram System Cargo: Not the best for a silver cross
4 January 2014
Summary: I've brought the silvercross 3d from mothercare via their baby payment plan. It was delivered back in September and I have to admit, when I put it up, I was in love. It was gorgeous in black with the pram part attached. Absolutely gorgeous. My baby was born and we began using it. At first the flaws were minor. The pram part was considerably smaller then other pushchairs, which meant that at only two months old, my little boy didn't fit anymore.
Excerpt: I bought this for my little boy at first I loved it it looked Lovely and comfy for my little boy. However a few weeks into having this pram I began to go off it. Firstly the shopping basket is hard to access. Its hard to steer you need both hands. Its not the easiest to fold and put up.its very heavy to lift in and out of the boot of a car.
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.