Nuna Demi Grow Review

from Nuna
RRP £600
demi grow silver
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by Catriona Watson |

Nuna Demi Grow at a glance:

With an all-season seat, swanky storage system, and the ability to expand to a double, the Demi Grow claims it has it all. It is suitable from 6 months to 15kg and features custom dual suspension which enables the best ride for you and baby, a removable, extendable and protective UPF 50+ canopy with flip out eyeshade, built-in clear hubcaps to protect from dirt and debris, a five or three point anti-loop harness featuring quick release button, a footmuff AND a removable basket. The Demi Grow is easy to fold, flip the seat, and switch to carrycot or car seat modes with one-handed adjustable calf support.

We spoke to these real parent testers to get their review...

How did this product make your life easier?

Kirsty: The pushchair makes life easier because you can push two children in it at the same time, so your toddler can hop in when they get tired of walking and you don't get stuck trying to carry a heavy toddler home in one arm while pushing your baby with the other. It is really easy to add and remove the extra seat unit, so you can easily swap between single and double modes as necessary without any trouble at all. The sunshade comes right over and keeps baby completely shielded from the sun which is a big help. The huge basket when using the pushchair in single mode is extremely helpful to carry everything you might need, because we all know you need everything but the kitchen sink when you're heading out for the day with a baby (although the kitchen sink would be helpful too!).

Katie: Everything about this product makes life easier. The countless combinations of car seat/carrycot/seat unit is brilliant, and I love that it came with the car seat adaptors meaning it was ready to go. The under basket is absolutely huge, which is so useful on a buggy. There’s a little zip compartment in the basket which I love for chucking my keys in, then being able to easily get my hands on them I get home instead of routing through a bag. Having the bottom seat meant I could go for really long walks, knowing my older child could get in and out as she pleased when she felt tired, or wanted to walk again. I don’t know how I managed with two children before I used this buggy.

Rachael: The product was very easy to use and put together straight out the box, I found this really helpful during caring for my 6 month old while my husband was at work, It was so much easier to use and set up than my current product, it came really well packaged and looked great quality once I took it out the box.

Would you recommend this to other parents? 

Amie: The removeable, extendable and protective UPF 50+ canopy with flip out eyeshade is amazing! This feature is so reassuring that if the weather suddenly changes to sunshine my child had the protection without rembering to carry the sunshade or umbrella. The accessories  - footmuff, raincover, removable shopping basket, car seat adaptors (2 sets), seat and carry cot risers are all great! The raincover fits the best I have ever seen on a pushchair.

Danielle: This pushchair is extremely easy to put together and very simple to adjust. I love the fact that the top part of the pushchair is quite high. As a mum who suffers with a bad back, it makes things so much easier that I don't have to bend down as much. The ride is really smooth and it was very easy to push and manoeuvre around both flat and unsteady ground. Both my children felt really comfortable in this pushchair and both seats were very roomy.

Charlotte: I would recommend this product because it is great quality! It looks very stylish and is nice and sturdy and easy to use. It always folds away nice and compact and is easy to fit in most car boot sizes I would say. Definitely a great selling point that it folds downs easily and nicely. I also think the fabric and colour of this pushchair is great and would be easily maintained which is something I always look out for as a mum as kids can be so messy.

Would you choose this product above all others on the market?

Libbie: I would choose this product above all others on the market. It is so light and easy to push. I really like that it means I can go out without worrying about carrying a child. It’s also meant if I’m looking after any of my friends younger children I can still go out for walks or run errands on my own.

Carina: I would most definitely choose this pram above all else because I think this pram has been amazing, light, a smooth runner, fairly big wheels so it goes across gravel pretty well. It all round looks nice. It’s light enough to lift into a boot and it’s so easy to fold up and down.

Lauren: I think I would choose this product yes, I normally prefer side by side doubles however this one I found both children were able to see out and about rather than one restricted by the other. It was so handy to push! It’s very easy to fold down and get into car (after I finally worked out how to do it!)

What changes would you make to this product? 

Amy: The pram came with seats only. The option of bassinets for a newborn would be an advantage. These may be available but I haven't tested them. Due to the nature of these type of prams they can be bulky and it did take up a lot of space in the boot of the car but that is to be expected with a double pram.

Clare: If I could change one thing about this pram it would be that the belly bar would be easier to detach. I find it much easier to detach the bar while trying to get the children in but with this pram it took me a long time to figure out how to do it and I found the mechanism was hidden under the material which meant this was quite fiddly every time I wanted to do it.

Jenny: The colour, I would prefer a different colour combination than all black, again this is personal preference. The overall suspension with 2 children in, i.e. added weight could also have been better. I found it much harder to manoeuvre with both children in. It was also quite difficult to lift up, for example when going up a small curb etc, with two children in particularly.

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