This divided opinion among our pram reviewers. Two appreciated its lightness and features, such as the spin-around seat, which makes it easy to switch your baby’s direction. But there were some concerns about build quality and design.
While some of our reviewers felt this offered a lot for the money, others thought it felt inadequate and looked poor quality. It is lightweight but sturdy and the handle can be reversed using one button, meaning your baby can be facing towards you or outwards with minimal fiddling about. It is slightly bulkier than others but is easy to push and manageable on public transport. The quality does raise questions after being used a few times, with squeaky wheels and a bit of a wobbly sensation going on.
Slightly bulkier than others but is easy to push and manageable on public transport
The shopping basket is very small and it is difficult to put together, not to mention poor instructions. The baby nest is attached by only two poppers to the seat, making it feel insecure.
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