Thoughts please jane rider with transporter.
Charlottemerwiak · 01/04/2013 12:08
I really love this pram,but I have not actually had a push lol. Does anyone have any pros or cons??
christilass · 17/04/2013 00:28
I have the Jane Trider with lie flat transporter / carry cot
Fantastic pram and system well worth its money
15920 · 17/04/2013 21:48
We have the Jane rider in molten red for DD who is about 1 and a half and absolutely love it. It cleans so easily since everything can be washed and it stays looking good and neat unlike many other prams out there.
The suspension on this pram is fantastic and will go over all sorts of terrain without a problem, we have only had to lock the front wheels once despite making it go over silly places . The attachments to put the car seat or the seat unit are so easy to use and feel so secure. It also looks fantastic and people are always looking at it (did is becoming jealous I think and I have never seen another like it. Lastly the seat is really nice and high unlike many others so DC is much nearer to you and feels more secure.
The only bad thing I would say about this pram is that you have to spend a bit of time going our the joints for the first week or so (cheap furniture polish containing silicon works surprisingly best) so that it is nice and silent but once that's done it really is perfect.
Cydonia · 02/05/2013 22:46
Can I just hijack and ask if the Rider really folds up as small as it looks on the website?! And does it fold with the seat on? Looks too good to be true!
Tiggywunkle · 03/05/2013 01:15
It does fold with the seat on. Its a pretty neat package, but I dont think its as small as it looks when IRL.
Cydonia · 03/05/2013 21:51
Ah right. I'm keeping half an eye out for a light-ish, small folding buggy that isn't a rattly stroller, it might be one for the list!
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