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"I bought the britax vigour 4..for my son who is…"
I bought the britax vigour 4..for my son who is 15mth old..as it goes to the age of 5..had it for about 3 weeks..when i noticed the foot rest..was not right..had a good look..took the cover off the foot rest..and noticed..it was only hard board..which had split..it has now been returned to britax..to be looked at..but the pram its self was very good..big wheels..massive hood..raincover..a pain to put on..shopping basket could have been a bit bigger..but yes the pram is very goodRead moreLess
"Bought this as it had everything i wanted at a…"
Bought this as it had everything i wanted at a price much lower than the bugaboo. The flat lying carry cot (bought separately) was great for my daughter's first three months she spent many an hour happily sleeping in it as it was also used as a moses basket when at her dad's or for daytime naps. It also has a handy pocket. Very badly designed raincover however it did the job for the handful of times i got caught in the rain.
Very manouvreable with nice big back wheels - good for gravel/grass/getting off buses and another situation i can't recall now when i was really glad to have those large wheels!
When using the seat, my baby's quite happy too and the raincover at least fits properly. It would be nice if the hood gave a little more coverage as when the seat is fully reclined, there is a lot of parasol adjustment to be done. Bit fiddly to do up the harness but i'm sure this will get easier as my baby grows. A great feature and one it didn't even advertise is that it's a good height to be used as a highchair if you have the seat facing forwards and fully upright. My 3 month old loved sitting at the table in pizza express last week.
It has a nice big shopping basket too! Would recommend buying a head hugger as my baby found it difficult to sleep without one.Read moreLess