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I was fed up of using a bulky pram that I couldnt get in the boot of a small car when Casey was younger so went in search of a practical but nice pushchair and this was the one I settled on in the end.
It is pink very pink which is great if you have a daughter and like the colour pink but dont let this put you off if you dont as the same pushchair is available in other colours too that look just as lovely.
This pushchair is nice and light only weighing 6 kg so not a big bulky one like others I have owned so was very easy to push and pick up when folded down, is narrow enough to be able to go down the isles in these rather crammed shops without any problems and is great as a shopping pushchair but is absolutley useless off road on any grass or gravel tracks which I didnt think would be a big issue as I didnt see when I was going to use it in these situations regularly until we had the big freeze earlier this year and found the smallest amount of snow stopped this pushchair dead in its tracks as the wheels are so small they wouldnt go over the snow or through it so became rather difficult to use in bad weather so bear this in mind if you are going to have to use it in the snow.
The pushchair came with everything you see in the picture above, the hood for keeping the sun and rain off, a rain cover and the foot muff to keep baby warm through the colder months which all looks lovely together but I did find that the foot muff faded slightly after being washed a few times so no longer matched the colour of the rest of the pushchair as it did to start with which I feel is rather disapointing.
I found the handles on this a nice height but I am 5foot 8 so find some are too short and hurt my back to use but this one didnt but this might make it difficult to use for the shorter person as they are not adjustable.
The biggest problem I found with the pushchair though was that after a few months of using it the one front wheel started to stick as if it were locked and would do it at random times whilst you were pushing it making it difficult to turn the pushchair, I couldnt find anything wrong with it and have read of others having the same problem.
The fact that this pushchair retails at just shout of one hundred pounds does make it a rather expensive purchase for the poor quality and problems I found with it so wouldnt recomend it.
Pushchair specifications: Size W48, D80cm. Weight 6.4kg. Suitable from birth. Suitable for children up to 15kg. Folding specifications: 2 hand foot operated umbrella fold. Folded size L110, W29, D28cm. General information: Multi recline positions. Forward facing seat. 5 point harness. 4 wheeler. Swivel and lock wheels - front wheels only. Handle height 110cm. Front wheel suspension. Linked brakes. Adjustable calf support. Steel chassis. Pushchair accessories included: Footmuff. Raincover. Shopping basket. Detachable hood. Chest pads.