“ Brand: Leebruss „
I bought this stroller about a year and a half ago. It didn't seem very convenient to me from the beginning because it had always problems with locking when you fold it. Within one year its locks on the front wheels were completely out of order and rolling this stroller became a real torture. Reclining position is not great, therefore my 2y.o. was never able to rest in it. And it's not quite stable when you unfold it. Security straps are not long enough even for 2y.o. therefore we had to fix it around her waist. It's not bad for the toddlers but I know now there are much better strollers on the market. This one was the waste of money.
Leebruss ABC-Design Stroller - lovely looking stroller, people even stopped in the street to comment on how nice it was. It's funky and my husband liked it too!! Adjustable height on handle, which was handy because my husband is tall. The carry cot looked comfortable with a tidy mattress. The seat unit had an adjustable bracket, so baby was able to lay back and go to sleep during walks and sit upright when necessary. Seat unit and attachable car seat have adequate room and could be suitable for a child up to 3 years. The only reason that i have stopped using the stroller is because of the space it took up in the car. We have a fiesta, the wheels and axle did fit into the boot when it was tilted (without parcel shelf), but the carry cot/ seat were then filling the back seat- as with the majority of strollers. It was eventually easier to use a pushchair. I would recommend the system to anybody, especially if you have a big boot! I'l be sad to see it go. money well spent.
I first noticed this pushchair on the television programme The Apprentice. It was one of the items which they were trying to sell at the Baby Show and it caught my interest as soon as I saw it.
Being a fairly frequent traveller I had been looking for a new pushchair for each of my children which was compact, comfortable, stylish, light and easy to use. This pushchair seemed to tick all of these boxes so I started looking for further information as soon as the programme finished.
The stroller itself is very compact and can be folded down to measurements of just 50x44x30cm making it very easy to use on public transport and to fit easily in a vehicle whilst still leaving plenty of room for all the other things that you need to carry around with a toddler. It has an adjustable backrest which can be positioned in both an upright and a recline position. The chassis is made of a lightweight aluminium frame and weighs only 8.6kg which is very light compared to some of the other pushchairs which I have. In addition there is a shopping bag attached which I find very useful. This is included in the purchase price which I think is great as many companies will charge you extra for this. For the comfort and safety of your child there is a five point harness which is easy to use for an adult but is cleverly designed so that it would be difficult for a child to open. The button fastener needs to be pressed twice, once on each side in order for the harness to open which I personally think would be quite hard for a child to figure out. There is also a bar which can be placed across the front of the pushchair for added security, but can also be easily removed if you require it to be. The hood which goes over the head is quite large providing plenty of sun shade. It also features a small clear plastic window in the top of the canopy hood so that you can still see your child whilst the shade is open.
Pushing the stroller is very easy and it is so light even with my two year old sitting in it. The wheels are both swivable and lockable and there is a rear brake which is simple to use. Due to the pushchair being so light, it can be pushed a bit by the wind so I always put the brake on when I stop just for security.
After looking into this pushchair for a couple of days, my husband and I decided to purchase it. Due to it being featured on the Apprentice, practically everywhere seemed to be out of stock of it, which is quite ironic as a couple of weeks prior to this Amazon and Kiddicare had sold all of their stock of these for just £99 clearance price due to being unable to sell them at full price, I bet they wish they hadn't now as those companies who do have these have stock have now been managing to sell them for between £160-£200 and most sold out within a couple of days. I checked out Ebay but they seemed to be selling for even higher than this and so after some searching, I managed to find a newly opened local baby store who had these on order from the supplier. As I wanted to purchase two, I did a bit of haggling and managed to get them for £135 each including a trolley bag which the pushchair can be fitted into and then pulled along like a suitcase, which is ideal for us when going to the airport, these trolley bags are usually sold for an extra £26 each so in all I managed to get a very good deal.
They come in a range of colours, I have the colours Devil which is red and black and I also have one in Cognac which is Orange and Black. They also do Gold and plain Black which all look very nice.
I have had these pushchairs now for a couple of months and I can honestly say that they are the best pushchairs I have had. They are so light and easy to use and we know take these everywhere with us instead of using our bulky double pram.
Overall, this is a fantastic pushchair and is cleverly designed. I would highly recommend this item.
Features: Lightweight aluminium frame, basket detaches as shopping bag, integrated trolly function/telescopic handle and swivel/lockable front wheels.