with my son this is the 5th pram iv had and its the worst of them all
lyndsay1, Made for Mums
17 February 2012
Summary: the silver cross pop is hard to push it wants to go the other way than you do weels squeek every time thay move. i got a silver cross pram thinking thay are the best you can get and i am not happy at all with it the cost was £135.
Pros: cup holder footmuff and rain cover
Cons: the weels and the squeeky noises from them. hard to push.
Summary: I wouldn't buy it again i was really dissapointed,I had a mclaren with my first and it was the best buggy ever (wish id kept it).It's really difficult to steer in windy weather you need to really hold on to it or it blows about and you feel every bump on the pavment.It does look pretty and baby...
Pros: It lies right back and has view window.
Cons: the worst for me is the breaks scrape upstairs (i have 3 flights)and you need both hands to fold it.the cozy toes doesnt fit right,the basket is pretty useless,the rain cover is a struggle to put on and is to small and it is not a smooth push.
Summary: i wouldnt of really of bought this pram but i got a great deal, now i know why i got such a good deal. i prefer the maclarens as i had 1 for my eldest daughter..
Pros: solid frame nice big wheels
Cons: you cant bump the pram down the steps as the brakes get in the way, the handles aren't extendable, the hood always seems lobsided from the veiw of the person pushing it..my little 1 always seems to slip dwn i have to keep sitting er up
Summary: I really wanted a Silver Cross stroller as I have always heard how good their products are, but I was so disappointed with this stroller. I ended up selling it and buying a Quinny Zapp, which I could not be happier with and my daughter loves it so much she cries when I try to take her out!!
Pros: It folds down to a reasonable size, it is made from durable material, and it has multi position reclining.
Cons: You can't bump it down steps as the brake is in the way, the handles are way too high and can't be adjusted, the seat/foot rest is very flimsy and does not allow your child to sit comfortably in any position, the wheels wear quickly and the 5 point harness continually slips and needs tightening.
Summary: I would recommend this buggy to anyone. It costs a bit more than some others but is well worth the money and I am sure it will last more than one child. Not one of the most expensive on the market but why pay more than you need to.
Pros: We bought this to complement the larger Sleepover Classic, mainly to use on public transport. It is excellent value for money, comes with the raincover and we were lucky enough to get it with a free footmuff. It is really strong and gets thrown in the boot of the car, shopping etc gets thrown in ...
Cons: The basket although quite large is difficult to access if the seat is in the lie back position. Recommended from birth but doesn't go completely flat. We used occasionally from around 3 months. Would be nice to have the option to have a small baby facing the parent. The seat isn't very padded, so...
I love my Pop! It’s easy to use on public transport and it fits in the boot of my Ford - hooray!
Charlotte Foster, Made for Mums
19 May 2009
Summary: I would recommend the Silver Cross Pop to any mum. It looks great and fits in the car or on public transport with ease.
Pros: One-handed recline is great for easing Lucy into a sleeping position if she just dozes off, The leg rest is also useful as it adjusts to just he right height. The Pop's chunky wheels mean a smooth ride and the whole buggy seems well-made and robust. It has a detachable hood with observation windo...