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To think they let the work experience kid design this pram?

(22 Posts)
NapQueen Tue 19-Apr-16 12:10:05

My eyes! (And totally outing myself to the friend who WhatsApped me this snap).

The print. The colloidal size. The price (circa 1500).

Who on earth thought this looks good?

All grey with the print saved for the hood or parasol fine......but.

EatShitDerek Tue 19-Apr-16 12:11:04

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GretchenBeckett Tue 19-Apr-16 12:12:00

Oh I really like it!

NapQueen Tue 19-Apr-16 12:12:13

Collossal not colloidal ffs

hejsvejs Tue 19-Apr-16 12:12:13

I like it.

NapQueen Tue 19-Apr-16 12:12:32

It's just so much of it

NapQueen Tue 19-Apr-16 12:13:02

And so much yellow

NeedACleverNN Tue 19-Apr-16 12:13:45

Oh that's old news grin

Been around for a while. Completely impractical for things like public transport though.

There are some more expensive though.

There's one that's £3000 because it has a designer help design it

For example an Aston Martin silver cross surf

pottymummy Tue 19-Apr-16 12:14:33

TBH the fact that its all displayed together makes it look worse. Its not that bad. A little excessive perhaps. You wouldn't lose it for sure! (especially not for 1.5k)

Kirjava Tue 19-Apr-16 12:14:40

I wouldn't buy it but I do quite like it. I think it looks pretty bold because all the component parts are on display in one go IYSWIM.

Afreshstartplease Tue 19-Apr-16 12:15:47

I love it TBH. Also the other colours it comes in

I don't however love the price

VestalVirgin Tue 19-Apr-16 12:17:08

Nah, must have been a professional designer.

Someone less professional would apply more common sense. wink

ANewIdentitytoJazzItUpABit Tue 19-Apr-16 12:19:00

Those wheels are ginormous, OP, and if I'm not mistaken they don't swivel either. Absolutely fine pushing it around through off road terrain and roomy country lanes but awful for the city life and compact shop isles (speaks from bitter bitter experience)
Bird print's a'right though. smile

Mousefinkle Tue 19-Apr-16 12:20:24

That will age terribly. Some prams still look good a decade on, that one barely scraped the barrel now but in a decade it will look ancient.

SaucyJack Tue 19-Apr-16 12:21:39

I don't like the fixed wheels, but I love the print. Would happily push DD3 around in summt that pattern.

Nectarines Tue 19-Apr-16 12:25:33

Haha that looks like mothercare team valley! Saw that last weekend!

PrimalLass Tue 19-Apr-16 12:28:46

Love the print, but the massive, non-swivel, wheels will be very annoying.

NNalreadyinuse Tue 19-Apr-16 12:44:02

It's hideous.

I still miss my silver cross wayfarer - best pram ever doesn't matter that ds is 19 now

Ilovenannyplum Tue 19-Apr-16 13:10:10

I quite like it!
However. I will never ever ever buy anything from Cosatto as they sold me a faulty travel system (the one that was on watchdog and collapsed with baby's in) and lied and said it was ok when in fact it was from the faulty batch.

I submitted my product number as they requested, they came back and said it was ok, I had a niggle that it wasn't right, called and spoke to someone again who confirmed it was actually faulty and needed to be sent back for repair. I sent it all back and got a refund.

I know the likelihood of it collapsing with DS in was very slim but I'm annoyed they lied and now I refuse to buy their products which is annoying because I love the look of them

NapQueen Tue 19-Apr-16 13:19:56

Nectarines wink correct. I wonder if the staff thought "let's put it all out together for shits and giggles"

wonkylegs Tue 19-Apr-16 13:26:20

There's nothing much special about that Aston Martin one - I suspect you are paying £2K + for the name.
I have a bugaboo bee from 8yrs ago and it still looks good and is so simple to use but I suspect it will look understated on the school run as everyone round us has giant retro silver cross prams with enough ruffles and lace to have a full blown wedding parade.

megletthesecond Tue 19-Apr-16 13:33:25

That print is going to date very fast.

Fine if you're loaded and don't care about resale potential I guess.

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