Steelcraft Profile Layback Stroller
Awesome love it. It's not bulky or heavy but still has loads of space and reclines fully.
Has multiple lay back levels but two hands are required to lay seat down.
Not very snug for newborn.
Will take Safe n sound unity capsule easily.
Very difficult to steer one handed. Can be a bit rough to steer and ride in on grass or dirt surfaces.
Brakes are easy to use as is the five point harness. Standard single rain covers and sunshades fit easily.
Folds fairly easily and quite compactly. Can accomodate quite a large toddler easily.
Also has a zip pocket on the back of the hood that is quite large and easy to access. Basket is a good size but is difficult to access when seat is laid down fully.
Overall for the price not a bad stroller it does the job that it is intended for.
I bought this stroller for my first bub because it was small lightweight and easyt to fold, Being a first time mum I wasn't really sure what i wanted in a stroller and this was a good price and a good brand. Now that bub number 2 has come along I have decided to upgrade to something a little bigger with more features (still researching)
Pros: small, lightweight, folds easy
cons: small sun canopy, small very hard to access basket, hard to steer one handed ( if you have to pick bub up)
overall it is a good quality but basic stroller
We purchased this pram as part of the travel system (with the safe n sound unity capsule) and have been very happy with it.
It is cheap, and not fancy, but very reliable, tough and easy to use.
Pros: Sturdy (can take alot of being thrown around), suitable from birth (although I would reccommend the capsule system or at least a fluffy insert), VERY cheap, good on most surfaces, lightweight & easy to push and manouver, skinny enough to take shopping, fits into small boots (one of reasons for initially buying it, one of the few that fit into our mazda rx8), super easy to collapse and unfold
Cons: Would not reccommend for tall people or people with a very long walking stride, as handles are not adjustable and I find my feet hit theback wheels sometimes when going downhill. I am averadge height and do ALOT of walking, and have not found it to be problem very often. No option for toddler seat if number two comes along (but I will be keeping it as a spare pram). Small basket underneath which cannot be accessed with stroller is in full layback (I dont find this to be a problem as I dont use the basket much)