Silver Cross Coachbuilt Reviews
Product Type: Silver Cross prams, pushchairs and strollers
Description:Brand: Silver Cross / Type: Carriage / Suitable from birth
Newest Review: ... of room for the chassis and actual pram. It doesn't fold particularly small so remember this if you buy it and then look ... more
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Customer Silver Cross Coachbuilt Reviews (9)
by - written on 07/10/10 (Very useful, 232 readings)
When I had my third daughter three years ago I wasn't sure what pram to buy, I wanted something more stylish than the strollers that were available but as I do a lot of city walking I also knew I needed one which would allow my baby to be comfortable as she slept. My good old mum solved the problem by buying me this beautiful Silver Cross Coach Built pram, she'd used them when my sister and I were babies and knew I'd love the classic look of it. Mine is a pink one as by the time mum bought the pram I knew I was having a girl, it's not the cheapest pram and cost nearly £400 but it was used constantly until my daughter was old enough to walk herself and now ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/09 (Very useful, 632 readings)
I am a grandmother of five and regretfully waited until my last grandchild was born seven years ago to buy a coach built pram so I could have the pleasure of wheeling her around in it. I say regretfully as I wish I had done it when my first grandchild was born almost eighteen years ago!. The model I bought was a re-conditioned 1960's model. A beautiful pram made by Silver Cross in their Wilson range called ''La Vicomtesse''. This model has distinctive curved sides to the body known as the Versailles type, white with navy blue strip, and navy blue hood and apron, and strap hung suspension, it glided along like a dream. My grandaughter and I loved it. She could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/01, updated on 05/06/01 (Very useful, 846 readings)
When my oldest child was expected my mother insisted on buying my baby a 'proper' pram. I was not so sure as there seemed to be so many other options which had not been available when we were babys. As my mother was paying I agreed to get what she wanted to get. I am so glad I did. My pram is a grey colour with 4 large wheels and excellent suspension. There is a mattress inside and hooks to attach reins to. If your child is ready to sit up there is a back rest that can be lifted and it is very easy for a baby to lie down in it. The body of the pram is long enough for quite an old baby to lie down and have a rest. I would happily push a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/00, updated on 19/10/00 (Very useful, 860 readings)
How I love these prams!! They are so roomy and comfortable for baby plus they are very light to push mainly due to the large wheels. You can fit three children in at once if it starts to rain unexpectedly(yes I have tried this!!) You can carry a whole wagon load of shopping providing you can actually fit inside the shop. They are THE thing to have if you want to be a show-off with your new baby too. Mine was actually £70 from an ad in the local paper, but it was absolutely immaculate, not a scratch. that included 2 full extra-frilly bedding sets and a toddler seat, which silver-cross do not actually sell any more but can be purchased from independant retailers. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/00, updated on 02/08/00 (Very useful, 707 readings)
Well worth finding!!! I had a good pushchair from my first baby and small Silvercross (the oval semi hardbodied kind). My first baby was very big and soon outgrew the small Silvercross before he could sit up so I was glad I only paid £20 for it. Whilst pregnant for the second time I spotted a proper hardbodied Silvercross in a charity shop. White body with navy hood and apron, beautiful. The sign on it said £10 a bargain. When I asked if they could put it by for me she said it was half price £5. Unbelivable for an imaculate pram. It is 15 years old but looks brand new. My little girl looks such a picture sitting up in it and she still ... Read the complete review
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