“ Brand: Mamu / Single Seat / 5 point safety harness / Lockable swivel wheels / 2 hand, umbrella fold / Multi recline seat with fine adjustment „
Hmmmmmm, not fabulous at all. We bought this last summer and loved the funky lime green colour set against the dark grey. A pretty basic stroller in all, but attractive due to the multi recline seat.
In all fairness this stroller got used ALOT. We live in a rural area with no transport of our own so we walk often and daily, for miles! I STILL didn't expect the wheels to completely start to pack in after 3 months though. The tyres to the back wheels were pretty much zilch by the end of the 3 months, and then the foot rest snapped off. This made it impossible to use any longer as my sons legs were just left dangling.
I would say this is ok for light use but not heavy useage. The shopping basket survived a fair amount being stuffed in it and the steering of the pram was light and easy to push with the swivel wheels. I really am not having a lot of luck with pushchairs as of lately - they often have the same problem in that they don't have very hard wearing tyres! They just don't make them like they used to! unless you want to pay hundreds of course.
As a mum i have become a little obsessed with buggies and have had a whopping 5 in the last 2 years. It seems as though when i am used to one, i want to try another?! I dont advise this, it is very costly!! haha.
I am always out for a bargain and before id even had my son this buggy was on sale at £14.99 in a catalogue store i shall not name and it was end of line. Exactly like the above picture although mine is turqouise to the most part with a bright orange stripe in place of the lime green one shown.
This buggy states it is from 6 months plus, although i didnt put my son in ti until he was well over a year. I shall explain why.
The buggy itselfis an umbrealla folfing buggy that in fairness is quite compact. Easy to put up in the sense that you pull the handles and push the central bar down at the back above the small shopping basket. To put down, you may be asble to see a small black lip sticking out on the right hand side above the shopping basket, just push this down, and lift the same bar that you pushed down to put the buggy up with the handle provided and it will fold! Simples! The handle height is only 94cm so not overly suitable for the tall people among us and are black solid plastic. When folded the buggy is only 28cm wide, 91cm long and 24cm deep, which really is quite compact. In addition it only weighs 6kg.
Now the fabric on the buggy is synthetic and wipeable certainly but it would get saturated in the rain. This buggy does not come with any rainwear and therefore really is just an emergency stroller. There is a foot bar for the kiddlies sitting and is of meaniable black plastic, so easy to clean. the seat itself has a 5 point harness that can be detached to make a 3 point harness and is slightly reclinable in the tere is a lockable strap at the back of the chair. This though i dont feel is sufficient for a little baby even of 6 months.
The wheels are of solid plastic too so the ride can be a little firm for the passenger, and the front wheels are lockable too.
the frame itself is steel in construction and is quite light because of the size of the buggy. The shopping basket is of black netting that can be removed as it is fixed with poppers, although this does not hold a great deal to be fair.
All in all this buggy is good value for money if you only want an every now and again stroller. Perfect for the summer and the beach, or even to take abroad on a plane. I think you would be dissapointed if this was your main stroller after getting rid of the big pushchair for your newborn.
This does the job for me, especially as i am attempting to get my little boy to not be so lazy and walk a little more!!
Suitable from 6 months to 15kg.