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Maclaren Cath Kidston Quest

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  • Sturdy
  • Light and easy to push
  • Can't be pushed one handed
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      30.09.2015 12:07
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      Advantages

      • "Easy to fold "
      • Sturdy
      • "Light and easy to push "
      • "Beautiful colour "

      Disadvantages

      • "Can't be pushed one handed"

      Well made pushchair that is a great design and gorgeous pattern and will last.

      Having been through lots of pushchairs when I had my son and not finding the perfect one I purchased this pushchair when my daughter was around 4 months old and she is now almost 4 and the pushchair is still in excellent condition.

      One of the best things has to be the colour and design. It is very distinctive and stands out from others as it is a beautiful red and white spot Cath Kidston design.

      The pushchair comes with footmuff and raincover which make it lovely and cosy.

      It is very light which makes it easy to push even once you have a heavier child in it but it is not very easy to steer one handed once you have a bigger child in it so it generally needs two hands to steer it.

      Folding it down is simple and can be done one handed after a couple of practices.Once folded there is a clip to hold it in place so that it does not come open again. There is also a carry handle and a shoulder strap which is very handy for carrying on your shoulder when you need your hands free.

      The pushchair can be used from 3 months. It has a couple of reclining positions but not totally flat but flat enough for a child to have a comfortable sleep in it and it is easy to recline.

      The straps can be a little tricky to fasten as you have to push quite hard on the clip in the middle to get it to open. Once you are used it to it is easy to do but some of my family who have never done it before do struggle to get it open. Although this means the child can't get it undone themselves.

      Another great thing I have found with this pushchair is how easy it is to clean. The footmuff obviously comes off and can go in the washing machine but also all the material comes off so it can be washed.

      The raincover is very simple to put over the pushchair as it just fastens onto the hood at the sides and then at the bottom. I did however find that as with lots of raincovers it was a little flimsy and my daughter did end up ripping it when she was kicking it in the pushchair so I have had to replace this but I think it would have happened with any raincover I don't think it is a problem with this particular raincover. I would however mention that the raincover does only cover the front of the pushchair and does not go over the whole of the hood.

      This is a very strong and durable pushchair and has been used continuously. My daughter is tall for her age and still fits very comfortably in the pushchair and even my 6 year old son has been known to have a ride in the pushchair on long days out.

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  • Product Details

    Suitable from 3mths to max. child weight: 15kg (approx 3 years), Comes fully complete with hood, raincover, fleece lined footmuff and shopping net, Lightweight aluminium fram weighing 8.3kg, 4-position seat, Includes a 12 month manufacturer guarantee