Summary: Stylish & unique, great all rounder with many positives.
Pros: My daughter LOVED this pushchair, she just loved been high up & being able to see everything. It meant she was able to look out of the window on the bus without struggling, she could chat away to me easily, no need for a highchair when you go out as this just wheels upto the table. It's soooo snug with the matching footmuff & you can guarantee it will turn some heads when you are out. I found it nice & easy to push, the handle & seat are both fully adjustable to a pos...
Cons: The Xplory doesn't seem to have too many faults, although if you're looking for a car pushchair this probably isn't the one to go for as the fold is very big. The shopping basket is on the front of the pushchair & when full I found it to be very difficult to lift, this was the main thing that put me off the pushchair as I do a lot of shopping & wasn't too happy when I found it too hard to lift up kerbs with a full basket.
Summary: We love our Stokke and would definitely recommend it to anyone
Pros: Baby Hattie rides around in her Stokke like the cat that got the cream. She's high up so we can see her and she can see us, what's more everyone else can see her and talk to her. We used the baby bag (carrycot) for the first 4-6 months, parked her in it at the end of the kitchen table so no need for a moses basket. Now at 13 months she is still riding round in it, all our friends have switched from their initial prams/systems etc to strollers - no additional expenditu...
Cons: The Stokke is a bit heavy and bulky, and even folded down it's not that small. There are a lot of levers and handles which make it a bot awkward but think it's probably no worse than any others.
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...