More luxurious than the price tag suggests. It’s an umbrella-fold design with a footmuff and cup-holder included. It’s freestanding when folded for easy storage, but the shopping basket is fairly small and tricky to access, depending on the seat position. The print is bold!
Charlotte Kewley, 32, M&B’s fashion editor, from London, is mum to Isabella, nine months. She said: ‘Fine for occasional use or for taking on holiday. It’s fiddly to adjust from lie-flat to sit-up. The print is too garish for me, so I felt self-conscious pushing it.’
Caroline MacPherson, 33, from Buckinghamshire, is mum to Delphi, six months. She said: ‘Easy to adjust between carrycot and sit-up positions. It's compact enough for public transport use, but I found the carrycot basic and only suitable for occasional use.’
Vicky Parker, 38, from Leicestershire, is mum to Sofia, eight weeks. She said: ‘Stylish, good value, comfy and compact. Umbrella-fold pushchairs can seem light and flimsy, but this doesn’t in the slightest. It’s clearly a good-quality pushchair.’