"8 years old still brilliant…"
Completely LOVE my fast fold system, brought if for my first baby and it's a brilliant work horse of a buggy, I've been childminding for 4 years and use it almost daily the one handed push is fantastic and it's light and easy to steer. Not something you would want to overload as it will tip up but that's never been an issue, I've used this on the beach, muddy walks, in the snow and around town with ease. It's a much lovely reliable old buggy and still going strong after two kids of my own and umpteen childminder children. Happy days!Read moreLess
This is PERFECT for holidays and as an everyday stroller. Too lightweight for very heavy duty walking and shopping but overall does everything you would hope for something so light weight. Opens and closes with one hand and the seat is very comfortable for baby, you do need to tuck wheels in though for it to 'lock'. It looks quite modern too. Well made and so easy to use. Only limiting factors are the basket is quite small. Definitely recommend.Read moreLess
2 people found this review helpful.
"the best pushchair ever!…"
Love it love it love it! i bought mine second hand from ebay and it is the only pushchair that i have found perfect for everything. i live in the country but do go to the city allot.
The large wheels make it perfect for rough terrain, the front wheels are perfect and the steering is the easiest steering i've ever used. its the only pushchair i have been able to steer with one hand in the country!
I did go running allot with the pushchair and my daughter always found it comfortable.
But because mine was second hand it broke after a year of me using it.Read moreLess
"Hi We brought the mircolite stroller, as a smaller and…"
We brought the mircolite stroller, as a smaller and more portable stroller to be used as an alternative from our main and much loved Icandy peach. We use it when we go on holidays or out for a day that involves traveling. (as we have a dog and it helps on boot space)
Our 1 year old, does find it comfy.
It is very very easy to use, and it is very light and easy to stear. The off road is very good and robust so it really is a great out and about stroller option.
My only slight negative is that whilst i know it is comfortable i do not think he looks as comfy in the recline position as he is in the i candy but then they are different types of strollers so i guess this is not fair.
Additionally whilst it is very light.. it still takes up a fair bit of space in the boot, and you have to remove the wheels (which is very simiple) to make it as convient in the car as we wanted it for.
So i would definately recomend this as a more portable holiday, getting away stroller vs the main stroller
It is what it says - very light but robust, comfortable for awake time, it is so easy to steer and manover around.
It is a great purchase.Read moreLess
4 people found this review helpful.
"I had the newborn carry cot for the fastfold which…"
I had the newborn carry cot for the fastfold which is very comfortable for baby, there's a proper mattress so it can be used as a travel cot as well. Very bulky system though and not very portable! The carry cot does not fold so the pram took up the entire boot of my clio, and I still had to remove the parcel shelf! Also it's not easy to fold as the carry cot adapters have to be removed first.
It came into it's own as a pushchair, looks really funky and the rain cover and sun shield have their own bags for storage which is a good idea. It's big back wheels make it very easy to control and it stands on its own when folded which I've never seen before! I still found it quite heavy and it takes a bit of manoeuvring to get it in the car. It's also a little unbalanced and heaven forbid you take the baby out of the pushchair without removing all bags from the back first (including nappy bag)!
We've moved on to a simpler, lighter, stroller now but we did get 6 months good service out of the fastfold. I would recommend it if you're not driving every day!Read moreLess
2 people found this review helpful.
"I have downgraded to the Super-Lite from a Bugaboo chameleon…"
I have downgraded to the Super-Lite from a Bugaboo chameleon as the 2 part folding was annoying me and I felt disappointing in the quality having loved the Bugaboo Frog I had 6 years ago, I was dubious about buying a pushchair that costs so much less than my Bugaboo and it still being able to do all the same jobs but more importantly was lighter and easier to put up and take down, so far I like it.
It can't be everything the Bugaboo is, it can't face forwards and backwards which I liked about the Bugaboo but apart from that it is very similar or better. It is so easy to use, very light and agile. The fold mechanism is good, a little trickier when the seat liner is in place and the fact it can tip backwards very easily (as can all of these style buggies) is a disadvantage over my bugaboo, the under seat basket is not very big, but the bigger bugaboo one is harder to get at.
The HUGE advantage this buggy has over ALL the others of this type is the big wheels at the back, you can easily get over gravel, snow, sand etc The canopy is too small in my opinion and does not offer any real protection, if it came with the sun and bug net as well as the Rain cover(which it does come with) it would be better, but I'm just going to attach my shade-a-bub. It is a real shame this does not come in any girly colours, I would certainly buy a Bright Pink seat liner if they did one!! Overall Quite impressed but it is only 1 week...... My daughter is only 11 months I am not sure it will last until she is 4, but then again the lazy little blighters should not need one then, I think 3 years is long enough to be being pushed about (my son certainly did not miss his original Bugaboo Frog when he turned 3)Read moreLess
5 people found this review helpful.
"I chose the Fastfold for my second baby after one…"
I chose the Fastfold for my second baby after one of my friends recommended it to me. I have to confess it was the look of the stroller that first attracted me as I wanted something very different but I was completely won over by the manoeuvrability, ease of use (you really can control it with just one hand) and the fact that I could fit it in the boot of my very small car. My parents bought me the All Terrain Kit wheels when we went away on holiday which meant we could literally take it everywhere! This is a no-nonsense stroller that does exactly what it says it does!Read moreLess
"Excellent for when you're out and about. Lightweight and foldable…"
Excellent for when you're out and about. Lightweight and foldable with one hand. Compact and fits in most boots. Ergonomic handles. Raincover/sunshade comes in little pouch bags that zip for storage.
This is a really easy to use pushchair and it does what it says on the tin.
Only downside I can see is that it's a bit too light and if you're baby isn't on the heavy-ish side then it could, in theory, tip over. Mine hasn't though and overall I'm really impressed with it. Great if you're out and about.Read moreLess
"Bought this for my newborn and it lasted till 3…"
Bought this for my newborn and it lasted till 3 years old (no long uses it as he walks) and has made to through countless bus and car journeys. Would not change it light easy to use. Only needed to pump air in the wheels occasionally. Well worth the money and easy to use.Read moreLess
"its so light my 6 month old was tipped over…"
its so light my 6 month old was tipped over by the wind in it. Try and avoid it its not very stable, and personally I think its ugly. mind you it folds very quickly....tends to bump into stuff too...Read moreLess
"Initially a great buggy, used carrycot so could use from…"
Initially a great buggy, used carrycot so could use from birth. Problems started after a year when front wheels started to freeze, this caused a few dangerous situations when crossing roads the buggy tipped over because one of the front wheels stopped turning. Despite being a good buggy otherwise we had to throw it away as we didn't consider it safe.Read moreLess
"A very easy to fold buggy (WITHOUT the footmuff!) Which…"
A very easy to fold buggy (WITHOUT the footmuff!) Which I would recomend for summer use due to that. Extremely easy to manouver although I sometimes feel that the wider wheels at the front are a little difficult to deal with. Why there is a shopping bascket i dont know as it is unusable!
Great raincover, there is little difference between the seat possitions. Over all a nice buggy.....would go for the newer version with better basket now. Wouldnt use as a main or only buggy though (this was just 1 of my many!!!!!)Read moreLess
1 person found this review helpful.
"I've used a Micralite for my son since birth -…"
I've used a Micralite for my son since birth - first the carrycot, which was great - secure, well-protected - but HEAVY! V useful as a travel cot for a small baby. Since he hit 6 months we've used the chair, which he slumped down in for the first 2 months even though he was big for his age. Plus points: (a) As long as the front wheels are sound it manoeuvres brilliantly. (b) It's incredibly light, (c) it folds easily (though it's v tricky to secure in folded position) (d) it fits into the boot of our little Fiesta and (e) it's the funkiest buggy I've seen. Minus points: (a) the recline and upright positions are no good. It needs to go all the way down for sleep. (b) the front wheels on my buggy don't cope with uneven pavement surfaces (c) the basket's not big enough for everything I need to carry. Also (d) apparently it's not easy/ possible to fit a buggy board on the back for child no 2. Apart from those points I like it and would probably use it again for a second child. Bought it on ebay forRead moreLess
1 person found this review helpful.
"Cumbersome to use with MaxiCosi car seat, though connectors are…"
Cumbersome to use with MaxiCosi car seat, though connectors are available; lovely, manoeuvrable pram with the carrycot option (though my baby grew too long for it quite quickly), and as a pushchair folds easily, copes with most terrain, and turns on a sixpence. Limited recline though.Read moreLess
"This is the best buggy i've had (beleive me i've…"
This is the best buggy i've had (beleive me i've got thrugh a few in my sons 15months of life!) i got the microlite of ebay (second hand) for an amazinigRead moreLess
"I love my Micralite but have had a couple of…"
I love my Micralite but have had a couple of problems - namely both front wheels have snapped off and the stitching along the top of the seat unit has come undone causing the whole seat to slump. I would say though that Micralite were very quick to put these matters right and overall I'm extremely happy with it.Read moreLess
"An excellent, stylish pushchair. Great with maxi cosi car seat…"
An excellent, stylish pushchair. Great with maxi cosi car seat and also the carry cot. Light weight and stands on its own when folded down. Can take the wheels off easily to get into the boot if necessary. Big wheels at the back so men with big feet don't kick them. A great purchase. I love it!Read moreLess
"A great looking buggy that's "very easy to handle" and…"
A great looking buggy that's "very easy to handle" and can be used off-road too. It folds easily one-handed, stands up on its own and is light enough to "pick up with one hand without any problems". You can buy a car seat and carry cot separately, so it can work as a travel system. The only real downside is the meagre shopping basket and the fact that it's "not the roomiest on the market" so may not suit a very large child. But if you're looking for something that does everything "this is a really stylish and versatile option".Read moreLess
"I LOVE it. You can get it from Glasgow Pram…"
I LOVE it. You can get it from Glasgow Pram centre forRead moreLess
"Its good but I found that during walking I was…"
Its good but I found that during walking I was kicking the rear wheels, which was not very comfy for me or Jack( my son)Read moreLess
"NICE BUGGY , EASY 1 HANDED PUSH, SHOPPING BAG POINTLESS…"
NICE BUGGY , EASY 1 HANDED PUSH, SHOPPING BAG POINTLESS AS CAN'T GET TO IT, DOSEN'T FOLD AT ALL WITH COSY TOES ATTACHED, FORGET BUYING AS TRAVEL SYSTEM SEPARATE ARMS ATTACH CAR SEAT I'VE ALREADY GONE THROUGH 3 PAIRS THEY BREAK & MY SON IS ONLY 4MTHS OLD!!! i'M SURE WHEN HE'S 6MTHS AND I USE IT ONLY AS BUGGY IT WILL BE OK MIND YOU NOT SURE WHAT AGE AS SOME SUPPLIERS SAY FROM 6MTHS SOME SAY FROM 3MTHS!! iF I HAD CHOICE AGAIN WOULD NOT CHOOSE THIS BUGGY.Read moreLess
"Folds great. Great rolling action although front wheels could be…"
Folds great. Great rolling action although front wheels could be made from a better material. Car seat fits on easily. Think it is good for the money.Read moreLess
"great buggy, shame about limited life span as too small…"
great buggy, shame about limited life span as too small to use with bigger childrenRead moreLess
"fantastic if u want a really light pram from birth-…"
fantastic if u want a really light pram from birth- the lightest you can get! fantastic value for money compared to other prams such as bebe confort loola or Jane pramsRead moreLess
"The only downside to this pushchair is that cause teh…"
The only downside to this pushchair is that cause teh age range for usage is so wide (3-36 months) when I put my 4 month old daughter in it she didn't sit right in it & didn't look confortable! They need to offer a padded cushion to put in for the younger age ranges as she just didn't look comfortable at all!Read moreLess
"The carrycot is very small, not very well attached to…"
The carrycot is very small, not very well attached to the frame. The seat is not suitable from three months! My son in just above average in size with a strong neck at four months but I am looking for something more suitable for him as he sits slumped and unsafe in a seat without a sleeping position. In a nutshell, get something else at least until the baby is older- it is small, light and flexible, you can get around easily, great for shopping and crowded streets, but not for small babies.Read moreLess
"Lightweight, easy to manoueuvre and stylish. Could do with adjustable…"
Lightweight, easy to manoueuvre and stylish. Could do with adjustable straps and better luggage capacity.Read moreLess
"Fantastic, easy to push, lightweight, stylish and versatile pushchair that…"
Fantastic, easy to push, lightweight, stylish and versatile pushchair that gets no end of compliments. How could you put your baby in a bog standard pushchair whilst this is on the market?Read moreLess
"While i was pregnant with my son, we hunted high…"
While i was pregnant with my son, we hunted high and low for the pushchair which would suit our life style. In a nut shell i strongly believe that the Micralite is by far the best investment we have. Not only is it a 3 in 1 (carrycot- to which i've had the most use of, travel system, its a buggy) Not just any buggy but a lightweight and easy to manoeuver buggy. It comes with everything you could need with rain covers and cosy toats to extra bags!! This is by far the best one i've seen on the market. What an achievement to know i can leave with my son in his car seat in one hand and the frame in the other with no hassle!!Read moreLess
"This is a well designed buggy and one of the…"
This is a well designed buggy and one of the lightest we found on the market. It takes a 0+ car seat and there's an optional carricot that fits it too. One big advantage for us was that it is freestanding when folded and doesn't take up much room (about 1 foot square). It's easy to push and looks stylish and compact. The carricot is small (our 4 month old will only be in it another few weeks, we think), but the latest model (Newborn Plus) comes with a larger one. We have only a few niggles with it. You have to carry around 3 extra rods to fit the car seat and carricot, which is a nightmare if you leave them behind, because you can't use it! Also the shopping basket is awkward to get anything into as it's so close to the bottom of the buggy. The buggy is quite comfortable with a mesh back which allows air to circulate when it's hot. You'll need the "cosy toes" for winter to stop cold draughts though! There is also no footrest, which may prove uncomfortable for a larger baby or toddler. Overall, we are very happy with it as our main priority was to get something as lightweight and small as possible.Read moreLess
"This pushchair was very lighweight and easy to carry. However…"
This pushchair was very lighweight and easy to carry. However this didnit fold down well with a foot muff in. I Also found that the pushchair was not very suitable for a 3 m to 6 month old even though it states suitable from 3 months. The reclining posisition did not go back far enough.Read moreLess
"Fantastic light weight pram with big wheels in the back…"
Fantastic light weight pram with big wheels in the back for off-road country walks. Great manoeuverability, easy to use and constantly gets noticed. Probably the best thing I bought.Read moreLess
"A great buggy that we would recommend to anyone. It's…"
A great buggy that we would recommend to anyone. It's light, highly manoeuvrable and practical. The only downside is the reclining position, but for Children of 9 months or older this won't be a problem.Read moreLess
"great lightweight buggie for round the shops, big back wheels…"
great lightweight buggie for round the shops, big back wheels mean you can take it off road. unfortunately doesn't recline very flat for the wee one to sleep, and the basket is small and difficult to reachRead moreLess
"It's a great pushchair, lighweight, easy to get around with…"
It's a great pushchair, lighweight, easy to get around with in small shops etc...
But i have found the front small wheels a bit of a pain, if i push it over uneaven pavements in Hackney then quite often the front wheel will buckle underneath itself and the buggy won't move, i end up walking into the back of the buggy, and you then have to tip the buggy back onto the two bigger wheels at the back to allow the front wheels to right themselves, very annoying.
However a friend who has the same buggy doesn't seem to have this problem.
Maybe it's just me, or my particular buggy.
Overall a great buggy though.Read moreLess
"its extremely light and is great if you had a…"
its extremely light and is great if you had a c section , can get out and about straight away, or if you use public transport a lot, but if you have a long baby like mine the carry cot doesn't last too long, so its definitely worth investing in the matching car seat as the actual pushchair is a little uncomfortable for a small baby.Read moreLess
"A super lightweight buggy. Very easy to fold and cart…"
A super lightweight buggy. Very easy to fold and cart about as its so lightweight. My baby started using it at 7 months - but we often have to fold a towel under her little botty just to elevate her in her seat position slightly, otherwise, she does tend to look a bit slumped in the chair, but having said that, she can easily sit forward, recline or sleep in the chair. The seat has 2 different positions but to be honest, there is very little difference between the two.
For me the big selling point is how light and stylish it is. I have mine in Olive Green and often receive comments on what a fab pushchair it is.
In my opinion, it beats the Quinny Zapp hands down in practical terms (I had a zapp but returned it as it was lovely to look at but completely impractical - no storage and fixed seat position etc).
I absolutely love this buggy and would urge anyone to 'test drive' it if they are considering spending around ?150 on a new lightweight buggy. I got mine from EBay for this price - delivery was free.Read moreLess
"A constant source of compliments, I adore my micralite and…"
A constant source of compliments, I adore my micralite and so does my son. It makes public transport almost easy and goes in the boot of our not-very-big car with ease. An added bonus, the pram section doubles up as a travel cot for the first few months (this is an added extra to make the buggy suitable from birth). The only downside was a somewhat awkward transition from the pram to the pushchair - my son grew a bit big for the pram before he was fully ready for the pushchair.Read moreLess
"This really is a great buggy but with a big…"
This really is a great buggy but with a big BUT. It really is not suitable from birth with the cot, or from 3 months with the buggy (unless you've got a strapping baby! With the cot on it, it is top heavy and prone to tipping (especially on cornering buses!). and as a buggy it just doesn't seem comfortable for smaller/younger babies - they always look squished. That said, we've hung onto ours and now our little boy's eight months he really is enjoying it and so are we!
So, for older babies and toddlers etc. it's fantastic.Read moreLess
"It ROCKS, so easy to fold, push etc. This is…"
It ROCKS, so easy to fold, push etc. This is my 3rd buggy, wish it had been my first. Would highly recommend.Read moreLess
"With my first child i struggled across fields and muddy…"
With my first child i struggled across fields and muddy farm paths with an inappropriate pushchair, so for child number 2 I wanted something light weight that would cope with slightly harsher terrain than your average high street and so far the Micralite has been fantastic. The position of the large back wheels mean that it is easy to steer with one hand, making it great for dog walking and because of their size and the lockable front wheels the pushchair doesn't get stuck on uneven footpaths. So far ours has taken on beaches, some very muddy footpaths and some quite steep grassy hills and has not let us down. My only gripes are that the shopping basket is very small and difficult to access when the child is in the pram (I keep poking baby in the back when I use the basket) and hanging much off the handlebars does make it liable to tip, although I have found a small hiking rucksack will fit nicely below the handlebars and not tip the buggy.
In summary if you want an off roader without spending a fortune on a large three wheeler the Micralite is fantastic, just don't expect it to hold a large picnic.Read moreLess
"I have only used this buggy with a max cosi…"
I have only used this buggy with a max cosi car seat so far but I had to comment on how fantastic it is to manoeuver when out and about. The folding mechanism is easy and fast (as the name suggests). It is really light, so pushing and steering it with one hand is a synch. So far the only downfall to this buggy is the shopping basket, it is almost impossible to get anything into it when the car seat is fitted.Read moreLess
"It's very easy to move around, getting on buses, in…"
It's very easy to move around, getting on buses, in and around shops. It's really light and goes into the back of a small car easily. The carrycot doubles as a travel cot when we're away (up to 4-6months depending on size of baby). The large back wheels make it go smoothly over large curbs and rough ground.Read moreLess
"Don't buy this. It is NOT a sturdy pushchair only…"
Don't buy this. It is NOT a sturdy pushchair only a little buggy to push around town. I live in the country and bought it for its tagline of being lightweight yet able to go 'offroad'. Rubbish. It is falling apart and the sunshade is completely useless. not good if you live on the equator.Read moreLess
"I loved my micralite, which we had from our son's…"
I loved my micralite, which we had from our son's birth to nearly a year. It was very easy to manoeuvre, and super-light. It is easy to fold and store, and stands alone well, not taking up much space at homre or in the car. Durability seems to be a problem, though. The first was absolutely fine and took quite a bit of punishment, but it was lost and two replacements both broke within a week of purchase (in both cases the front wheel snapped off, so there may be a design fault there). Reluctantly thinking of finding another model.Read moreLess
"The Micralite is a buggy that will last a while…"
The Micralite is a buggy that will last a while if you get the car seat adaptors and car seat then it can be used fron birth to 3 years or whenever your child wants to walk. Maxi cosy car seats fit the Micralite. Its really good as you CAN Fold it with one hand and is stands up alone. Down side is the shopping basket is small and there are only 2 seat positions.Read moreLess
"I don't drive and use buses alot and that's why…"
I don't drive and use buses alot and that's why I chose it and its light and can push it with one hand. Perfect. I was able to use it with a carry cot and maxi cosi car seat - all worked well Warning do not put shopping on the handles it will topple over as I found out with the baby in it!Read moreLess
"I wrote a review on this product a few months…"
I wrote a review on this product a few months ago. Everything I said with regards to the manoeverability, folding mechanism, looks etc are great but after having this buggy for 10 weeks, the front left wheel snapped off. After exchanging the buggy for another Micralite, the same thing happened, again the front left wheel snapped off!. Both buggies had been used intermittently over 8 to 10 weeks with a maxi cosi carseat fitted. I personally would not recommend this buggy to anyone as the front wheels are extremely weak.Read moreLess
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"I love my micralite. It's so light and easy to…"
I love my micralite. It's so light and easy to manouevre, I can push it with one finger even with my now heavy toddler in it. It's brilliant on bumpy roads as the back wheels are inflatable. Its really easy to fold up. Mine came with a fleecy footmuff which fits really well into the buggy although my toddlers legs are too long to fit into it now. My only gripe is the rain cover which comes in a tiny pouch that I've never been able to fit it back into. And the sun shade doesn't come forwards enough to be really effective.Read moreLess
"I have had my Micralite for the past 14 months…"
I have had my Micralite for the past 14 months for my daughter. I have found it a very useful, durable and funky pushchair. I used it with the carrycot & the maxi-cosi cabrio making a great travel system.
My main plus would be the weight and foldability, especially as I'm a public transport user, and the only real down point would be it can be a little unstable with bags on the handles ... but then can't they all!Read moreLess
"Its excellent for going out walking but not so much…"
Its excellent for going out walking but not so much for shopping. Very lightweight and easy to fold with one hand.Read moreLess
"Inredibly light and easy to push, I can push it…"
Inredibly light and easy to push, I can push it with one hand whilst holding a toddlerRead moreLess
"I bought this buggy as it had just come out…"
I bought this buggy as it had just come out and i wanted something a little but different - didnt want to be another mclaren mummy!
The buggy is amazingly easy to use, and can be folded up and down with one hand. It also freestands when it is folder up so you do not need to bend down to rest it on the ground, or find something to lean it against.
I found this SO handy when waiting at bus stops etc, with DS in my arms and i didnt have to think about the buggy.
It also is extremely light, and even i (a total weakling) can get it on and off the bus with one hand.
It is very easy to get around and has an amazing 360 turning circle. This is perfect for getting around shops and busy streets. The big tyres at the back provide comfort for the baby, while the small wheels at the front control steering. These can also be fixed or not, I never fix mine in place, but if you are used to normal fixed wheel buggies then it might be preferable, or if you are going over uneven ground it is also handy.
It is also very comfortable for your child, as the sling-like design provides maximum comfort. There are no poles behind your childs back to get uncomfortable on. This also adds to the sleek, fashionable design. Also lending to the design are the U shaped handles, which can be moved into any position you like (The buggy even comes with a very handy Allen key for moving them with, on a wee clip near the wheels).
The only downside I would say is that the front bar (where your child might want to put their feet) folds up as part of the design, and this is fine, except sometimes when people try to help you up stairs for example, they generally grab this bit, and this could have the potential to fold. If it did, it would post no actual danger to your baby, but it would give them a bit of a fright. As it happens, this has never actually happened to me, but it is a warning, just to be careful.
The raincover is good as well and very easy to put on and off. It comes in a handy wee carrying bag.
I have found this buggy to be extremely good and easy to use. I would recommend it to anyone.Read moreLess
"I found that my 2 year old looked very squashed…"
I found that my 2 year old looked very squashed in the pushchair although was brilliant to open and for a pushchair with big wheels it took up little space in my car!Read moreLess
"I love this buggy, I have had this buggy for…"
I love this buggy, I have had this buggy for nearly two years for my second and third sons. It is so easy to push with one hand which is important if you have an older toddler and you need to hold his hand. It is very lightweight and easy and quick to fold. You can buy great accessories like the newborn carrycot which I got seperately for my third son, I have also and got the rain cover and sunshade which cover the whole buggy and fit into nice little bags that hang onto the handles for when they are needed. The shopping bag is quite large and there is a little secret zip pocket under the hood for keys and purse and things.
All round great buggy and not mentioned very often, cheaper version of the bugaboo and better in my opinion.Read moreLess
"Be very careful, my front wheel snapped right off when…"
Be very careful, my front wheel snapped right off when i was going over a bumpy path, my son was in it at the time.Read moreLess
"It glides ensuring your child has the most comfortable ride.…"
It glides ensuring your child has the most comfortable ride.Read moreLess
"Despite initial good impressions this buggy has let us down.…"
Despite initial good impressions this buggy has let us down. The front wheels have seized up on many occasions and despite getting new wheels from the shop where we bought it they are still a problem. The wheels seizing has caused the buggy to fall over on more than one occations and we are now replacing it as we don't think it is safe.Read moreLess
"Very very very lightweight - I have three prams/buggies and…"
Very very very lightweight - I have three prams/buggies and it is far and away the lightest. Can lift it in my left hand easily whilst holding 12 month old in the other arm. Handle is very well designed too, easy to wheel with either one hand or two. I can pull my wheely laptop bag with one hand and push baby with the other as it is so light and easy to steer. BUT not sure how durable it will be long term - front wheels seem very fragile. It is also terrible for shopping as the lightest bag on the bars tends to overbalance it when I lift the baby out. The hood is also pretty much useless, as their position is too far forward for it to shade them from sun or rain. But my husband won't use any other buggy at all, and my baby boy loves it and sleeps in it more than the other prams including luxurious Silver Cross model, so it's a hit with me for that reason alone!Read moreLess
"I have absolutely loved because it looks cool, it folds…"
I have absolutely loved because it looks cool, it folds down small, it's light and easy to manoeuver and has big wheels which can cope with bumpy terrainRead moreLess
"We had one for a year. Ithink they look great…"
We had one for a year. Ithink they look great and we used it with a carseat from birth. However we did break it after acouple of holidays, Paris and Edinburgh. The mechanism wore out and the seat tore. It is one of the grooviest looking buggies around.Read moreLess
"Brillian looks, very lightweight so easy to move one handed,…"
Brillian looks, very lightweight so easy to move one handed, footmuff easy to kick off, only 2 seat positions but not a problem-would def recommend buying overall!Read moreLess