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(4 Posts)
MiaowTheCat Sat 19-Oct-13 13:22:19

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Ihateparties Sat 19-Oct-13 16:05:56

I just got a red kite zumi and apart from monumentally awful fabric on the hood I have yet to find fault with it (which is vaguely unheard of). One handed push at all times, has buggyboard on (obvs manual says not to Add one but that's nothing unusual), easy compact fold, light (7.1kg with extra basket and buggboard connectors on), narrow at 52cm, biggish wheels 22cm rear ones, suspension on front wheel. Little over a hundred new.

I have been looking for a long time for one pushchair that does everything I need it to, this one meets my brief completely thus far. 102cm 16kg 3y8m old dc2 rode this afternoon for a while, it was still a one handed push. In terms of height she is about at the limit so your dd2 on the 98th centile would be on the cusp of outgrowing it at exactly 3. I had a v1 nipper years ago, I can't remember how tall the seat is to compare.

All that is pointless if you want air tyres but i am loving it. I recall you liked your cherry, I had a cherry a few years back and this has a similar light feel in folding, lifting and pushing. Quality not the same - different budget level so to be expected.

humphryscorner Sat 19-Oct-13 16:10:57

Stokee explory is the easiest to push with one hand. There is a central bar that the seat sits on it and it's so easy to do a 180 degree.
I regularly hold dd2 in my arm and push pram < my dgm loves it too as she can push it with her arthritic wrists!!>>

You can also get a step that your dd1 can stand on when tired.

Love it.

humphryscorner Sat 19-Oct-13 16:12:33

Dd2 is 91 % centile with height and weight, plenty of room

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