We say: This is stylish, but practical, and light but robust. We love the lie-flat seat – perfect for naps on the go – and the shopping basket is a generous size. When folded, this is free-standing and compact with easily removable wheels, so it’s perfect for small car boots. It’s pretty much everything you could ask for in a lightweight pushchair.
Tested by mum Michelle and Adalina, 6 months:
My favourite pushchair by far. It looks so stylish and expensive! It handled well over rougher terrain and the seat recline is excellent for naps – Adalina slept comfortably on a long walk. I can open and fold it very easily and I like that the footmuff is included, as Adalina tends to kick off her blankets. It fits my car boot easily and the basket holds plenty of shopping.
Tested by mum Kate and Albert, 18 months:
This looks so stylish – I swooned over it and think it’s easily the best of the six pushchairs we tested. It’s lovely and light, yet feels very sturdy, and everything feels well made, from the UPF50+ hood to the matching footmuff for colder months. You can access the basket from the side – so handy – and I’m confident this will last until we outgrow the need for a pushchair.
Tested by mum Leanne and Nathaniel, 3 years:
I think if we had a younger child this would be perfect, but I found it quite ‘babyish’ for use with a toddler – it’s a bit pram-like. I’d still recommend it to parents with younger children, as I think it’s really well designed and will stand the test of time. It looks lovely and is easy to assemble, with plenty of space in the basket. Nathaniel was very comfy.