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Reviewed By: Lucy Moore Mum to 2 year old Rupert

Pro IconPros

It fully reclines, which is ideal for naps on the go.

One-handed fold, which makes it easy to put up/down.

Super lightweight

Value for money

Con IconCons

It isn’t aeroplane cabin size compliant, so you can’t take it on the plane as hand luggage.

Not that much cushioning in the seat for the child.

The padded straps can easily fall off the seatbelt, so make sure you click it back, even when the child isn’t in it.

Overall thoughts

I needed a pram that wasn’t bulky and that we could use for travelling. This pram is SO light, and even if my son wants to be carried, I can manage both – if needs be! It fully reclines, which is so handy for nap times on the go. *A lot of other travel prams don’t do this.

What is it? And how do you use it?
What is it? And how do you use it?

We use this travel pram for out and about locally as well as trips. It’s so much easier to chuck in the boot and whizz around the shops than our big pram, which has almost become redundant.

Was it good value?

Compared to other one-handed collapsible travel prams, this is such good value for money.

Would you recommend it?

I’d recommend this product for someone who wants an easy, lightweight pram for everyday use and travelling.  

Product specs;

– Cost: £130
– Suitable from birth to approx. 4 years (0-22kg)
– Weight: 5.8 kg
– Automatic, stand-alone fold
– Integrated folding lock to keep stroller packed neatly away
– Bumper bar acts as a convenient carry handle
– Removable bumper bar for quick ins and outs
– Large, easy-access storage basket
– Suitable from birth with lie-flat recline
– Multi-position recline ensures your child is comfortable
– Knit canopy with UPF 50+ , which provides adjustable amounts of shade and protection
– Adjustable 3- or 5-point harness – One-step brake
– Includes raincover and harness covers

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