Summary: I received the stroller last week. I found it relatively easy to assemble and not as complicated as expected based on the other reviews. It folds beautifully for going up and down stairs (though this requires a little practice to perfect in one motion). It is a dream to maneuver even with one hand. The only piece I find frustrating is the foot rest which requires three hands to regulate or remove.
Excerpt: After owning many different pushchairs previously I finally was able to purchase an Xplory V3. When my 1st baby was small I had seen one and thought they were hideous but after trying a babystyle 3in1 and the oyster, a m&p freestyle travel system and a luna , a britax bsmart and also a quinny buzz i decided to sell up all my buggies and purchase just 1 and i had to make sure that I made the right choice.
Excerpt: Easy to push, fits down the aisle on buses- however is difficult to get into the boot of my Polo without being visible. Baby loves it- have only used the carrycot so far. Both me and husband are tall so great that baby is high up. Only downside is that after spending so much on the pushchair- accessories are expensive and you can only buy Stokke as other brands are not compatible.
" I have the new Stokke Xplory EVO/V3 and I absolutely…"
21 December 2011
Excerpt: I have the new Stokke Xplory EVO/V3 and I absolutely love it. I am a pramaholic anyway and have had numerous buggies but this is buy far may favourite. It has its down sides but the positives far outway them. Good Pionts: Love the height adjustment Multi position seat recline (As the whole seat unit pivots the child doesnt actually move unlike the stroller types where the back reclines (This always used to wake my daughter) Can be used forward or rear facing Can be used...
Excerpt: I bought this pram because of how high up ds could be - if this is the most important thing for you then there is nothing better. And it's really useful to be able to make contact - physical and eye - without stopping. It's turning circle and steering in general is really good and I've had friends comment on how light it feels to push. I can just - JUST collapse and load it one handed too.
" If you're considering the Xplory, you've probably seen one out…"
3 April 2011
Excerpt: If you're considering the Xplory, you've probably seen one out and about and been seduced by its good looks - if you're anything like me anyway. It is undeniably one of the best-looking pushchairs out there, and if looks are important to you it's a winner. Having used it daily for 6 months, here's my take on it... Pros: -It is so easy to push and turns on a sixpence - very easy to steer, even in tight spaces. It's a lovely smooth ride for baby.
" I've had my Stokke Xplory for 16 months now. I…"
2 March 2011
Excerpt: I've had my Stokke Xplory for 16 months now. I love it. And I still get random compliments from complete strangers saying what a great-looking buggy it is. My husband is over 6ft and it's ideal for him because the handle can extend to much higher than any other buggy i have tried. It's also cleverly balanced so it's nearly impossible to tip up no matter how many bags you hang on the handle (although you need buggy bag clips because the handle is an enclosed oval).