Steelcraft Enigma Reverse Handle Stroller
This pram appeared to have everything I was looking for - reverse handle, lays flat for newborns, large storage, boot cover and accessories but the wheels are terrible!
Both my partner and I are tall but he finds pushing the pram uncomfortable due to the handle being too low for him. Our feet also hit the wheels when we're walking faster than a stroll which makes walking for exercise a nightmare.
I don't have a problem with the folding or weight and it's a dream to push around a shopping centre as it fits through the checkouts but rough pathways or a slight incline and the pram is difficult to control.
I bought this pram through a friend of a friend as it was cheap but I wish I'd investigated more first. I was expecting to use this pram for our first and future babies but I am already looking for another after 6months.
If you plan on doing more than just cruising the shopping centres, I wouldn't recommend this pram.
I got talked in to buying this pram... and have regretted it for a long time.
Yes, it is quite cheap (as far as prams go). Yes, it does look nice. Yes, it has a reversable handle. Yes, it has almost fully reclined position. Yes, it sounds really good.
The wheels are terrible. With a newborn fine, but once bubs starts getting heavy the pram is near impossible to bump up on a curb. Great in a shopping centre. Rubbish everywhere else.
It's HEAVY! I don't know about other prams - but this thing weight 12 kgs. Put your 12 kg toddler in it and - oof!
Pram is 3 years old and it's been used for two children in two years... and hasn't survived well. The collapsing mechanism is broken and the rubber on the handle is disintegrating.
I wish I had looked around more when buying my pram, and gone straight past this one.
Remember - you get what you pay for!!