Mamas & Papas Pliko Pramette Reviews
Product Type: Mamas and Papas prams, pushchairs and strollers
Description:Manufacturer: Mamas and Papas / Type: Umbrella / Number of Seats: Single Seat / A unique revolutionary new concept, that combines the functionality of a traditional pram with the practicalities of a lightweight pushchair. Versatile and comfortable, the Pliko ... more
Mamas & Papas Pliko Pramette ... Pramette is suitable from birth and grows with your child into their toddler years. For added practicalities it easily transforms into a travel system with the addition of the Primo Viaggio Infant Carrier or Navetta Infant Carrier. Features: 5-Point Harness / Reclining Back (4 Positions) / Adjustable Handle Height
Newest Review: ... don't swivel easily. It is difficult to push, and our son looked uncomfortable in it from the off! The whole pramette seems ... more
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Customer Mamas & Papas Pliko Pramette Reviews (62)
by - written on 21/07/07 (Useful, 910 readings)
this is great if you only have a small boot in your car. I am currently using a cheverolet Kalos and this fits in perfectly. You can have it set to the pram position when your baby is newborn and when the baby is older ie 4 months you can then change it around to be a pushchair which is great if your baby is particularly nosey and likes to look around. Once you have practiced folding and unfolding the buggy it is quite easy to shut down/open up but it is wise to check how it works before your baby ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 723 readings)
When I discovered that I was pregnant the search started for the perfect pushchair and until then I never realised the vast selection and different brands which were out there on the market, all the different features which they could offer me. Confused would be the right word to sum up when I started my search. Thankfully I did have an idea of specific features which I wanted the purshchair to include and this was a big help to me, this helped me to be able to eliminate many and make my search that little bit easier . I felt it important that the pushchair had a traditional pram feature, that while the baby was of a young age I could have them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/04, updated on 29/10/04 (Very useful, 5339 readings)
I purchased this buggy as part of a travel system with a matching car seat from John Lewis in Reading. I have bought a lot of baby equipment from this retailer as they price match, offer free delivery and give brilliant after sales service. At the time, 24 months ago, I paid £269.00 for the complete system; the price included a foot muff and rain cover. I intend to review the car seat at a later stage. I choose this particular model as it had good reviews ,offered good value for money and most importantly would meet my needs. What you get for your money Mamas and papas is a well-known make and I have always been impressed with the quality of their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/03, updated on 18/11/03 (Very useful, 682 readings)
I had a proper pram for my daughter and when I discovered I was pregnant, I wanted an easier system to be able to manage with 2 children under 3. Especially for going shopping. After a lot of looking I was won over by the pliko buggy! I got my buggy as part of an end of range clearance so Instead of £209 I bought it for £165! It came with a raincover, cosytoe, hood and a shopping basket! The buggy itself is very sturdy and I feel confident about using it knowing that unless my 3 year old now pulls on it, it will not tip over! The handles are lovely to hold and have 2 height setting so if you are small and your partner is tall you can both use this buggy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/13 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Around 6 years ago, 'pramettes' - or 2-in-1 pram/pushchairs - were all the rage. The Mamas and Papas Pliko pramette and the Silver Cross 3d were best sellers, and it was near impossible to walk up the high street of any place in the UK without bumping into several of them. So why was the pramette so popular? The idea of essentially a "lightweight" buggy/pushchair, with the ability to be a rear facing pram for the first 6 months - being an "all you will ever need until they are out of pushchairs" package - was certainly appealing. In reality though, the pram first of all never lasts 6 months, and the "lightweight" stroller isn't ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Mamas & Papas Pliko Pramette
Mamas & Papas Pulse Buggy - Lightweight, easily used with one hand, great storage, comfortable Recline is sometimes a little stiff with child in
Mamas & Papas Ziko Frankie - Stable, easy to manoeuver Costly, awkward straps, odd rain cover.
Mamas and Papas Aria Twin Pushchair - Lightweight, compact when folded. Can be hard to manouvre.
Mamas and Papas Pulse - light, easy to push brake bar sticks out when stored
Mamas and Papas Pliko Travel Pack - Very stable, great for going out on long walks Heavy and over complicated, difficult to master for a new mum
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