This pushchair can be folded with one hand and is then free-standing, so ideal for limited storage space. It’s compatible with a Cybex carrycot and car seat. The frame is lightweight and the rubber wheels make it easy to manoeuvre. The shopping basket is spacious and the handlebar is height-adjustable.
Tested by Sarah McIntyre, 35, mum to Leo, six months. She says:
Lightweight and eye-catching, with no faff-factor, this is ‘the one’ for me! It feels really good quality and actually folds with one hand – I was starting to doubt that feature existed. It’s completely flat when folded, which is a real bonus with limited storage space. The seat is spacious and easy to recline. It’s infuriating that the raincover is an additional expense, though.
Tested by Sarahjane Welch, 34, mum to Penny, 12 months. She says:
It didn’t cope well with a muddy field walk: my daughter wobbled so much that she actually held on as I pushed her! Overall it’s light and folds easily, but the strap function to adjust the seat is fiddly. For the price I expected some extra features or unique design points. It’s also not sturdy enough to meet our needs for a three-wheeled pushchair.
Tested by Alexia Pellowe, 33, mum to Harry, 18 months. She says:
This seemed too low to the ground and Harry’s shoes got sprayed with mud. It folds flat really easily, though. But the basket is impractical. – it’s too small even for my change bag, and very difficult to reach, as it’s so far forward under the seat. The buckle needs to be fastened very carefully to make sure your child is sitting safe and secure.