Product Type: Graco prams, pushchairs and strollers
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A wheely good pram!
Member Name: MikeBorry
Advantages: A decent looking pram, which comes with nice matching accessories.
Disadvantages: None really spring to mind.
Whilst I was pregnant with my fourth baby I was on the look out for a pram different to one I had already had, this was a bit of a challenge as I have owned a few over the years.
I was browsing on ebay and came across a Graco Mosaic travel system for under £10 and local to me for ease of collection, so I looked it up online and decided that I did like it and it all seemed good so I decided to place a bid. I think I won the auction for around £15 or just under and I collected it the same day.
I really liked the colour way which was a grey material with a duck egg blue and grey circle outlines, it looked clean and tidy and just like the previous owner had told me, the pram itself had had very little use but the car seat had been used more but still looked immaculate.
As I also purchased a silver cross pram I chose to use that but then it broke and I remembered I had this stored in my mums attic!
I got it down and stripped it down ready to wash, it was fairly simply just required unscrewing in certain places, I would recommend taking step by step photos to enable you to put the pram back together if your anything like me!
It washed up brilliantly and when put back together, apart from a little wear on the wheels looked brand new.
The car seat slotted onto the frame easily enough but it was a little worried it may ruin the fabric on the bumper bar but that was unnecessary as it is fine.
The pram is a decent height and is comfortable to push, my little one seemed comfortable in the car seat and also seems just as comfy when using the travel system as a pram.
As I am a bit of a pram-aholic I tend to vary my prams but this one has had plenty of use through the winter months as it has a nice warm foot muff.
I know I had a bargain but I think the normal retail price of about £150 (ish) is really good for a nice sturdy pram too.
I like that the frame looks quite funky with it's curved lines and although maybe a bit basic looking it is a stylish pram.
Overall it's a decent pram that has held out better than a silver cross and also a baby weavers which completely broke whilst out shopping.... the handle bar snapped away totally!
The Mosaic isn't a light-weight pram but it isn't overly heavy either.
Summary: A smart, trendy travel system.
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