views on nuna pepp
NessaWH123 · 22/03/2014 11:15
Hi i am looking for a light and compact pushchair to fit in my small car boot with one handed steering possible and a sit that allows my little one to sit upright. I have been given many useful suggestions and now looiking at Nuna Pepp in Kiddicare at mo for 200 pounds. What are your thoughts please on this pushchair? Thanks.
StupidFlanders · 22/03/2014 11:31
I like my nuna. It's not for bumpy uneven surfaces but it's perfect for my needs.
NessaWH123 · 22/03/2014 11:42
Thanks for that. Is it really not good on bumpy surfaces its just that i would like to take it along slightly uneven canal paths?!
NessaWH123 · 22/03/2014 11:43
and does your little one sit quite upright in it please as i have found many pushchairs have my little one sitting back abit andhe isnt impressed?!:) thanks
StupidFlanders · 28/03/2014 09:19
Sorry I forgot to check back! I used it from birth and found it suitable and the toddler likes it too. The wheels are solid rubber so cobblestones etc feel/sound bumpy. It wasn't a problem with me but if it would be used daily on bumpy surfaces I don't know, when you visit the shop bear that in mind when you're testing it. It has been perfect for my requirements, for me it was a matter of priorities: I needed small folding, light, attractive in that order. I only use it for shops and paved footpaths.
Tiggywunkle · 29/03/2014 21:16
I liked my Nuna Pepp except for the harness which falls apart into 5 pieces as you are trying to do it up. Its a good pushchair with a small fold. The seat is pretty upright and I could push one handed. I agree that whilst it can handle bumpy ground, if you are regularly going off road, then I think I would be sending you off to buy one of the cheap Baby Jogger City Mini GT's which are around at present. The wheels will give you a nicer ride, and I bet if you popped the wheels off, that the fold is quite probably smaller...or as small...as the Nuna Pepp is.
StupidFlanders · 30/03/2014 10:19
Oh yes the harness- it's a legal requirement to have them like that where I live so it doesn't bother me but I admit I often only do up the bottom half now he's older. I actually like the harness though because you don't have to twist any arms getting it off.
Also I don't think any standing boards can be attached if that's important to you.
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