Reviewed by ~Lost In The Fifties~ | 1 October 2011
This pram was the pram we bought in 2009 for our first bub. It served us well, was a great pram though is quite big & bulky and wouldnt fit in our car! Sadly we had to put the pram in storage. Other than the size it was great, nice and light to push, heaps of room to grow with the child, big storage space underneath.
"Handy for shopping centres"
Reviewed by nicjd | 28 September 2011
I bought this pram at half price so can't complain. It is reversible so bub likes looking at me but I find my feet keep hitting the wheels so have had to change the way i walk! Storage space is good. My almost 3yo kicks his sister out & has a ride sometimes so the pram should last a couple of years. It's not so good outdoors, flat surfaces are fine. Even if there is the slightest bump, the pram doesn't like it. We use this one for shopping trips mostly.
Reviewed by Pippy&Woof | 3 March 2011
This pram is quite basic, but I have used it a lot particularly with my first child. I actually have a Love N Care cocoon too and I didn't realise for a long time that it could fit in the pram! Would have made my life so much easier had I realised. U can often pick these up quite cheap these days too. It's not fancy and u can't get a toddler seat for it (I don't think) but it was certainly a great first pram for me and it got a lot of use (still gets used occasionally now). The only real problem is that the handle isn't particularly high, so for my very tall husband it's not easy to push.
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