Emmaljunga Coronette Pushchair Reviews
Product Type: Emmaljunga prams, pushchairs and strollers
Description:Brand: Emmaljunga / Type: Standard / Suitable from birth. Can be adjusted for use as a pram or a pushchair.
Newest Review: ... for £60 has lovely strudy black air filled tyres (I believe this can vary depending on the model and year of purchase). These ... more
Customer Emmaljunga Coronette Pushchair Reviews (7)
by - written on 25/08/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 182 readings)
There was a time when any new mum who was looking for a suitable pram or pushchair would have been looking for a Silver Cross one. The iconic pram that daughters, mums and grandmas all over the UK would have cried tears of joy to own was 'the' pram to have. Of course time moves on as does fashion and the coveted Silver Cross brand is still desirable. As a family we have had our share of Silver Cross beauties as well as other brands, but when a friend of a friend was wanting to sell their Emmaljunga Coronette Pushchair, we jumped at the chance to go take a look. ********************************************************** The Emmaljunga range is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I bought this pram as I wanted a proper strudy pram rather than a flimsy buggy - I wanted something that would deliver comfort and safety for my child. I originally wanted a silver cross as this was the brand that my Mum used for us and has a good reputation. After going to many a baby shop and looking at silver cross I found that the quality was not that good anymore. The shop workers informed my that silver cross was taken over by mothercare some time ago and if I wanted quality swedish was the way to go. I looked at an emmaljunga smart in the shops and fell in love with it, unfortunately at £400 it was out of my budget so I started searching the internet for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/00, updated on 28/07/00 (Very useful, 1455 readings)
WHEN I HAD MY SECOND CHILD I BOUGHT A TANDAM PRAM THE TODDLER IN FRONT AND THE BABY BEHIND.I FOUND THIS WAS TOO HEAVY AND VERY CLUMSY I THEN TRIED A SIDE BY SIDE TADAM AGAIN A PAIN!! SO WHEN I GOT PREGNANT WITH MY 3RD CHILD MY FIRST BUY WAS AN EMMALJUNGER WITH A TODDLER SEAT.WHAT A DIFFERANCE.I HAVE THE CLASSIC WHEELS CHASIS WICH I BELIEVE ARE HAVE MORE SUSPENSION.IT IS LIKE AN ORDINARY PRAM SO BABY IS VERY COMFERTABLE AND THE TODDLER SITS ON TOP IN A REMOVABLE SEAT.THEY ARE ALOT LIGHTER THAN THE OTHER TANDAM PRAMSAND ARE EASILY PUSHED ONE HANDED(HANDY IF YOU HAVE 3UNDER 4 LIKE ME)THERE ARE LOTS OF OPPTIONAL EXTRAS AND THE PRICES ARE NO MORE EXPENSIVE THAN YOU WOULD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/03, updated on 30/09/04 (Very useful, 2166 readings)
I have very recently joined the group of emmaljunga pram users. I have two children a 7 month old and a nearly 3 year old. When I was pregnant with my second child, I did a lot of research in to double pushchairs, buggy boards, toddler seats, but I was very confused. I couldn’t decide what would be best for our particular lifestyle. We didn’t have a car and used public transport very much. We used the bus a lot and we were concerned about whether the bus drivers would allow double pushchairs on, particularly in a busy city like London. Our first six months went by with me staying home most of the time, or them my husband and me would go out together both ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/01, updated on 30/04/01 (Very useful, 1949 readings)
I think this pram is really good. I had my second son when my first was only 14 months old and I needed a pram for both but which was n't too heavy or to wide. I found that the susspension for this pram made the pram seem less heavy when travelling with the two boys especially when crossing the roads. This pram lay flat for the newborn and a toddler sat just sat on the top for the elder child. The only problem with it that I had was if the elder child fell asleep he couldnt lie down but i was lucky and this rarely happened. This pram came with a an apron which i used instead of a footmuff so i saved the money on buying a seperate item and this ... Read the complete review
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