This pram is terrible and the aftercare from supplier is just as bad. I have had many issues with this pram. Within 1 year of use the base of the pram (a steel bar) snapped in half whilst my child was asleep in pram. The brake sticks and forget talking the pram out, it cant handle bumps in footpaths, gets stuck on everything.
I purchased the Silver Cross Wayfarer because my Strider Plus was just getting to big, bulky and heavy for me to lift. I loved the fact that it comes in so many colours and you can buy the hood and footmuff packs as accessories and just change and update the colour when you wish.
The Wayfarer is super light but still has the stability that I require in a pram. It is compact enough to fit through small shopping aisles and takes up hardly any room in my car.
It is easy to steer, the wheels handle well and the shopping basket is a great size to fit all my bits and pieces underneath.
It is suitable from birth as it comes with the carrycot and you are able to adjust the pushchair seat to either rear or forward facing.
The handle bar is easily adjustable and suits my height (i'm tall) and the braking system is easy enough for me to use with thongs on!
My baby loves having the footmuff on however if it does get superhot and you want some better airflow then simply take it off.
I have the Dazzle stroller from my previous baby and so happy I trusted my instinct and bought this pram. It will suit until I'm ready to downgrade to a stroller later on down the track. I've got my eye set on the Reflex.
I've had heaps of people comment on my pram and I tell them it's as good as it looks. I wouldn't recommend it for offroad or running but for a mummy that is just looking for a pram to get around the shops, go for walks, parks etc then I would definitley recommend the Wayfarer.
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