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This push chair was brought for me by my dad when i had my first child, he payed £249 from the argos for it but you will probably find them cheaper now.
The pushchair it self is very strong and very sturdy, it is easy to push and goes up and down gutters very easily due to the very large swivel wheels on the front.
Collapsing the pushchair is very easy it has a button on the handle to press and a pedal at the back you need to press with your foot and down it goes which is ideal as you can do this with one hand wholst holding your baby in the other.
The hood on this pushchair is sturdy and did not loose its shape. It is also water proof which i know you would expect all hoods to be but i have found that most are not.
The front cover comes with the pushchair, it is water proof and wind proof the same as the hood and fits very easily with 4 prestards.
This pushchair has a reclining back which can be lowered into different positions for a todler to be able to go to sleep in, this is not one of those silly buttles you just open to make it lye down like on some of the cheaper pushchairs but a metal bar that has 3 clips on the pack of the push chair that you slot it into to change the recline position, i know this sounds complicated but it is simple realy all you do is pull the bar up out of one clip and push down into another.
I was not a fan of the basket on the bottom as it only fastens on with prestards so falls off if you put anything heavy in it.
This pushchair also comes with a car seat for 0 to 9 months which fits on the top. this is the most difficult bit.
You have a square bar that you have to clip onto the top of the pushchair at the side using the plastic clips on the pushchair, then attach your car seat to this.
This pushchair is the best pushchair ever for someone who doesnt have a car but it gets more difficult if you use it with a car.
The car seat has to be detached from the square bar to sit in the car properly.
To fold the pushchair down you also have to remove the bar from the pushchair as it will not fold up with it still attached, i would like to say this is easy its not.
Its not technical just requires a bit of brute force a good very hard pull.
Then comes fitting it in your boot, i have a vauxhall coursa it doesnt fit in the boot so i had to take the parcel shelf out to get it in but then that meant i also couldnt see out of the rear window, it also doesnt fit in my mothers fiesta or my father in laws pergeot of my mother in laws ford focus.
Also this pushchair never faded even after 5 years of sitting in my boot in the sun and god knows how many washes.
It all dismantles very easily for washing and can go in the washer at 40'
The pushchair offers full comfort for your child with variable recline positions. This travel system incorporates a chassis, seat and a Group 0 infant carrier. The chassis has lockable swivel wheels and a shopping basket. The adjustable padded seat is covered in Autumn fabric and features a hood and bumper bar as well as 2 bottle holders (1 insulated) to keep drinks to hand. The infant carrier comes with an interface to secure it to the chassis and has a comfortable carry handle and retractable hood.