Reviews and Problems with Silver Cross Linear Freeway
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" Easy to fold,Built to Las…"
24 December 2013
Excerpt: Brought this once my little one grew out of the carry cot on the 3D. It is a lovely pram looks very comfy and warm with the cosy toes. Love how it turns into a pushchair that you can have baby face you or out into the world, easy to change position from sitting up to laying flat Feels very steady and safe. Only problem I have is with the size. Due to it being so big it can be a problem fitting into cars or using public transport. Would recommend this pram though.
" Really lovely pram-difficult to get the top off it!…"
24 October 2013
Excerpt: Purchased a linear freeway in March of this year, i love the pram, so cosy, although it is a larger pram, the chassis does stand on its own and fits well in the boot of our Ford Cmax, and is incredibly light when used with the car seat attachment! My only moan, is the fact i can't seem to get the pram top off! It is touch and go each day if i can remove it! Mothercare stated it is just the way the pram is and you need to be taller to do it!
Summary: I started looking at prams just after my 20 week scan as I didn't want to look at prams that may have been too girly for a boy. My parents were buying the pram for us so they took me and my partner pram shopping one weekend. I originally fell in love with the baby style ts2 (didn't have a big budget) but the shop didn't have the colours we wanted, so we went to a couple of more shops, and that's when I seen the silvercross linear freeway.
Pros: Big comfy pram, plenty of room (child doesn't look squashed)
Summary: I spent months while I was pregnant trolling through the Internet for a travel system. I read thousands of reviews and went to a lot of shops to try out travel systems. It took me about 5 months to decide on a pram and I eventually chose the silver cross linear freeway after reading great reviews and having a trial push about in the shop. My baby is now 16 months old and we use this on a daily basis.
Summary: Purchased this pram for my youngest son as it ticked all my boxes, car seat compatible and clipped straight to frame for quick shopping trips, nice comfy pram liner for when baby was firstborn with big hood and cosytoes because he was a winter baby and then once in pushchair mode it has the parent facing option, perfect!
Pros: Cosy for the child, beautiful designs, car seat compatible
Excerpt: I bought this as it looked like a decent pram, i tested one out in toys r us and it seemed OK and spacious for the baby. However, now my DD is here (shes 2 months old now) and I'm already looking for a replacement pushchair. Its very heavy to lift when folded, it cant be folded with the seat unit on, and its heavy to steer. The wheels rattle when being pushed even on flat pavements. if i could go back in time, I would not have chosen this pram!
Excerpt: We bought this pram for our first grandson when his first pushchair broke underneath him. He was a big child but struggled walking. He weighed 16kg but this pushchair was fine for him. We used this pushchair as a pram for his brother who was an early baby and it was great for a tiny baby. We are still using it and have just moved to pushchair mode at 14 months & 19lbs. Good that the baby can still face Mummy or Granny. He can lie flat for naps and sit up when awake.
Excerpt: Purchased this pram to see my daughter through her early months and I am so glad I did! It really is a fantastic pram! It is very sturdy and feels solid so you feel that your baby is protected. The multi-recline positions mean that the pram is also suitable when your little one starts to sit up. The pram steers very well and the shopping basket is lovely and big and you can fit lots in.
Excerpt: I love this pram, it is big it never fitted in the boot of our 106 but then not much does. Not much of an option for public transport in case you have to fold it up but it's easy to steer even after a section and small person looks warm and comfy in it (he never said he wasn't). Major plus points for being parent facing if you want it to be.
Summary: Buying a pram is one of the most mind- boggling experiences for a parent, whether you are having your first baby, or your sixth! there are so many different types; travel systems; prams; pushchairs and so on. I knew I wanted a system in which started off as a pram and turned into a pushchair for an older child. I also knew I didn't need for it to be car seat compatible.
Pros: Very easy to use, lovely smooth feel when pushing, great features
Cons: Tray could be bigger, a big system so may not suit people with little storage space