Reviews and Problems with Silver Cross Linear Freeway
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Made for Mums
19 October 2009
Conclusion: For comfort, style and practicality, the Silver Cross Linear Freeway Travel System definitely gets the thumbs up. While it’s by no means light and there are a couple of imperfections, the option to have your baby rear or forward facing, an easy to attach (and detach) car seat and good sized shopping basket make the Linear Freeway a travel system with features that work in real life.
Pros: Comfy, really easy to put up and take down, a name you can trust, great 4-point locking system, Setting up the Silver Cross Linear Freeway Travel system couldn’t be simpler and it looks pretty good, too. During my first outing in the Linear Freeway, I took my 14-week-old daughter Rosie to the shops. We set everything up, smugly flicking out the chassis and plonking on the pram with ease. Rosie was very happy in her fleecy lined carrycot and nodded off to sleep in a ma...
Cons: Not great off-road, carrycot is heavy and hard to get off the chassis, break seems a bit on the loose side, The wheels are lovely and smooth on hard ground but off road, they’re not so great. And once you convert the pram into a buggy, the wheels almost seem to have a mind of their own. I found myself bumping into everything…although it has to be said, I’m not the best pram driver in the world. I thought I’d be a pro by now but I still manage to bash the walls coming ...