We wanted a sturdy pram with good wheels and were about to buy a three-wheeler when we saw the Love N Care Adiva Sport.
So glad we bought it. It appealled to me because when it converted into a stroller there was more room for the baby to put their legs down. The three wheelers seemed to have less room for this because the front wheel is in the way.
The other reason i liked this pram was that it converted easily from a bassinette - like a real old-fashioned pram, not just a reclining stroller - to a seat. You can even convert it when bub is in it! They go to sleep and you can make it a bassinette again!
And the best bit is that you can have bub forward or rear-facing, in whichever mode the pram is in.
Only downside it that it isn't compact when folded. You need to break into two pieces and fold the frame then store the seat. This isn't hard to do but it does take up a bit of room in the boot of the car.
The Adiva Sport also comes with heaps of accessories - rain cover, boot cover, shade cover and is great off-road.
It is so easy to manouevre that sometimes I let my eight-month-old baby push the stroller while i hold him and I only have to turn his body slightly and the whole pram moves. Has a great turning circle!
this pram is absolutely fantastic. It is so easy to use and I LOVE the fact that you can put your baby in it either facing you or facing outwards AND they can be sitting in the toddler seat while your out and about. Once they look like they want a nap, all you have to do is unclip a strap and it automatically converts to a basinette. Without having to take them out of the pram! I initially bought a pram when my baby was born that had basinette and toddler seat but were seperate and you could only have one or the other at any one time. I spent almost $1500 on that pram and finally got rid of it because my boy liked to sleep on his tummy and I wanted one where he could sit up in a seat and still be able to sleep on his tummy. The adiva sport was so cheap, about $300 and I would say 300x better than any pram you could buy. So easy to manoevre, comes with all the accessories you need - raincover, shane cover, foot muff etc.
Anyone who buys this pram will not be disapointed thats for sure!
this pram is the most maneuvreable and easy to use pram I've found (baby in one arm and moving the pram with the other). The fact the bassinett converts to a seat is great as you don't need extra storage and you can adjust the strap behind the backrest to make it flat with the top edge of the pram (thus my 20 month old is quite comfortable and falls asleep in the pram regularly!) The basket is large and easy to access. The angled handlebar is great for short people like myself (vs the pull in and out handlebar which is more uncomfortable for the wrist) and it's so sturdy- I've taken it for walks in all terrains and my son has always been comfortable and the pram still looks solid. However, the fabric has worn after 20 months of use and one of the studs have actually torn out (but then again, I was very rough with the pram) the included rain cover and boot cover is fantastic as it ensures the baby is covered in all weather conditions.It does take up quite a bit of room in the boot (about half the boot) but is easy to collapse, but you definitely need two hands to do it. The central foot brake is great as well as it's quite easy to use and very solid. It also has an included mattress for the bassinett portion so it's like a bed!
Generally, a great sturdy pram that's fantastic value for money.