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Icandy peach or orange

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needsomesunshineandwine Thu 22-Jun-17 16:24:15

Think it's time to get my finger out and get pram for baby.

Stuck between icandy peach or orange? If you chose one of these, which one did you go for?

Flamingoprincess1212 Sat 24-Jun-17 08:44:34

I really want the peach!! I like the butterscotch colourway but it's likely to get filthy, so I think I might have to reconsider (they've got a navy blue one on display in JL and it's quite nice!!)
Do you have or are you planning on having DCs close in age? The orange is from what I've seen much more flexible, and better for more than one DC.

Hope I've helped smile

needsomesunshineandwine Sat 24-Jun-17 09:36:36

I have 2 other children, 9 & 5. This little guy was a surprise and will be our last. My husband prefers the peach, going during week to get pram 😁

toadierocks Sat 24-Jun-17 09:39:00

peach. ours is fab!

mrsbumblebees Sat 24-Jun-17 10:32:26

Has anyone else been deciding between the peach and the peach all terrain? All the shops I've been to only have the peach in store, I'm not sure how much difference the all terrain makes? Want to be able to go on some off road walks...

needsomesunshineandwine Sat 24-Jun-17 10:34:07

What colour did you go for toadie?

needsomesunshineandwine Sat 24-Jun-17 10:36:20

Just googled the terrain, never knew about that. Don't think I will be doing much off road walks.

Is there any reviews between two when googled?

Sparklyuggs Sat 24-Jun-17 12:53:12

I was set on the peach until I heard about the orange and got that instead. The reasons why I went for the orange are:
-built in buggy board (adding one on the peach invalidates the warranty)
-both children can parent face
-lighter than the peach
-better hood: my best friend has the peach and said the hood was inadequate

I think the peach is a bit better looking with the chrome frame, but it also costs more than the orange.

Hope that helps? They're both meant to be excellent prams so you can't go far wrong.

welshweasel Sat 24-Jun-17 12:56:12

The all terrain is brilliant if you want to go off road. We used ours on the beach, through mud at festivals, over bumpy fields etc. Sold it on eBay for half what we paid new so not bad value either.

mrsbumblebees Sat 24-Jun-17 13:53:23

That's good to know - thanks welshweasel! Thanks for the info on the orange too sparkyluggs, hadn't really looked at it before but worth considering that one too I think.

needsomesunshineandwine Sat 24-Jun-17 14:45:42

Just got the peach 😁

ruthieruthuk Sat 24-Jun-17 16:11:54

Ive got the peach but have seen the Orange in John Lewis and think its much better

I have a double so my opinions are probably slightly different however its good to consider if your planning another sibling..

The carrycot is bigger on the Orange in double mode, the one on the peach is pretty small in my opinion and my children grew out of it pretty quickly!

The Carrycot can also be used parent facing on the Orange, however not on the peach.

It includes a buggy board

Hope this helps

Ruth x

Dede124 Sat 24-Jun-17 18:17:34

I went for the peach in butterscotch but I'm so worried it's gonna get filthy!! X

Frillyhorseyknickers Fri 07-Jul-17 08:34:04

I've just ordered the peach all terrain. We're farmers so it needs to go off road!!

MrsBMummy Tue 10-Oct-17 13:46:14

I am also torn between the peach and the orange, I went to the Sandown Park baby show and can't remember what the deal was for the Orange and Pebble Plus car seat. Was anyone there and able to share? Wanted some more time to decide and go to the Olympia show to order and deals should be the same I was told.

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