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Babyzen Questions

(6 Posts)
ladymia Fri 05-Oct-12 12:50:51

thanks! i have definitely settled on this one now. I just need to find a place in London where I can go look at it which is proving difficult!

Otherwise going to have to take the trip to kiddicare?

Nahla321 Fri 05-Oct-12 09:36:43

I would get the carrycot so baby can face you for the first few months. It looks so cool and has lots of little extra such as the light and it is made by an excellent reliable brand as well (recaro). Good choice smile

NeverLetYourMotherCutYourHair Thu 04-Oct-12 09:37:23

I love my Babyzen. You definitely need the yoga carrycot which my 5 month old is still using. It was perfect on holiday for small folding and doubling as a chair. I bought a £20 John Lewis cosytoes to go with it which works really well.
Definitely a good investment, it should see us through without needing to buy anything else and as this is my third child I've tried various things. Only gripe is the yoga straps aren't perfect but okay, mine don't slip but are slightly strangely positioned.

ladymia Fri 21-Sep-12 11:24:02

thanks for that!

if i decide to get it will definitely get the carrycot, i was impressed how small it folds down to.

i am now even more tempted!

Tiggywunkle Thu 20-Sep-12 15:41:40

The Babyzen is great - you will need the carrycot from birth. It folds down to the neatest flattest package ever. Its great to push. Its stable for a 3 wheeler. Its uber uber cool and the light is fab on dark nights.
Kiddicare have 20% off at present because we were looking at these earlier and I could be easily tempted to get another.
My only niggle is that the harness we had slid quite easily and I kept having to tighten it, but if this is still the case, then you could add a clip on easily. You also don't have a parent facing option. The hood is a little thin but its fine. The basket is small but its amazing what you can pack into it when you try!
But its far far from basic - the seating pads are luxurious, the shoulder pads are thick, the super coolness off it overrides everything else anyway!!
We had ours for nearly a year - it was DH's favourite pushchair, and we loved it.

ladymia Thu 20-Sep-12 12:48:29

Pushchairs are completely unchartered territory for me to please be gentle! blush

I am considering the BabyZen

http://www.babyzen.com/video-zen.php

Do you think that is suitable from birth if i get the basinet too?

Does it look too basic?

I am not getting another stroller it will be only this one, that will be OK?

Thanks!

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