With a clever carrying handle for easy lifting, this forward-facing pushchair is reasonably light. It’s compact when folded and feels sturdy. We like the spacious seat and higher back – lots of room for growing toddlers. It also reclines flat, so is suitable from birth. It handles well, particularly on even ground.
Tested by Zoe Lester, 24, mum to Isla, six months. She says:
I love this! Beautiful and modern, it’s the perfect lightweight stroller. Easy to carry and push, it copes with a range of surfaces and steers well one-handed. The seat has lots of room for growth. The handle height isn’t adjustable, but I found it very comfortable. I like the deep basket too and managed to squeeze about three-days worth of groceries in there.
Tested by Lizi Brown, 39, mum to Beatrice, 12 months. She says:
The manoeuvrability is good with a super turning-circle and it manages kerbs well. But on bumpy ground, Beatrice looked like she was on the Power Plate at the gym! The harness is fiddly and the hood detaches too easily. The raincover is ill-fitting, cumbersome, and fills the shopping basket when it’s not being used. It’s fine for a supermarket dash, though.
Tested by Amanda Hemmings, 43, mum to Calleigh, 18 months. She says:
This fits in the passenger footwell of our car, leaving the boot free. I found it easy to manoeuvre, although we went skewiff when I took a hand off the handlebars! I kept walking on the wheels while checking on Calleigh too. The basket only holds the raincover and a blanket, and is difficult to access with the seat reclined. And it was tricky to fold.