We say: With wheels built to cope with all terrains, and designed so you can carry it like a backpack, this is an innovative option. It’s suitable from six months and ideal for when your toddler doesn't need a pushchair every day, but sometimes can’t walk another step! Our testers feel it’s expensive for occasional use.
Tested by mum Michelle and Adalina, 6 months:
The wearable idea is fantastic, but it’s quite heavy to carry. It’s easy to open and fold, however, the seat is low down – my baby didn't look comfortable and I found it difficult to get her in and out, as I had to bend quite low. The wheels are very good and make this really manoeuvrable. It’s ideal for use on public transport but better suited to toddlers.
Tested by Kate and Albert, 18 months:
My son slept well and looked comfortable in this. It handled a beach walk well, and I like that you can remove the wheels and mudguards for washing. The harness is simple to use, and the shoulder straps are some of the best I’ve seen. But I can’t open or fold it with one hand and the handlebar is uncomfortable. Plus, the basket is tiny – there's nowhere to put my change bag.
Tested by Leanne and Nathaniel, 3 years:
This is such a brilliant idea and it’s well executed. I love the fact that you can remove the seat fabric and pop it in the washing machine for cleaning – that’s ingenious! But the seat unit is quite low to the ground, which I’m not keen on, and I found it difficult to open and fold. It’s also too heavy to be practical for carrying around with you for very long.