"Very good push chair. Easy to use. Ideal for babies to have a snooze in when out and about"
The groundbreaking Reflex stroller is our most advanced pushchair yet, while the Pop pushchair is the convenient compact stroller. The Zest is the ultimate lightweight stroller, perfect for out and about! They're packed with great features, comfortable and convenient. Price shown for Reflex.
The silver cross wayfarer is a lovely design coming in a range of colours. The carry cot from birth is well padded and makes a comfotable cosy sleeping space. The chassis has adaptors which allow you to place the silver cross car seat safely and securely on it or with additional adaptors other brand car seats will fit. The pram allows for rearward or forward facing once baby can sit up. The straps are easily adjustable and can be moved up or down depending on age/ size of baby. The hood provides some shade but does not come further enough over to provide shade on extremely sunny days or at times of low sun. The front wheels are free moving or can be locked and the adjustable handlebar makes an easier push depending on your height. The handle bar does not have a hook to hang a bag but am additonal clip can be bought for this purpose. The wayfarer is quite heavy and lacks in suspension. The silver cross zest stroller is lightweight and compact and easy to push. It has a large uv protecting hood which provides ample shade on a sunny day and has a net viewing window at the back which ensures you are able to see your child. It has several decline positions from upright to completely flat and the leg rest can also be adjusted.
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Very nice design. We got a vinage pink reflex. It's a bit pricey but comes with extra liners and pads making it very comfortable for my 10 month old. Fairly compact . I find it hard to fold but my husband thinks it's easy. I just need a bit of practice. Variety of colour options.
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a brand that is both value for money and lasts for years.also grows with your child.therefore needing to buy less buggies/prams/strollers
Only ever used a pram as opposed to a buggy. Beautiful and timeless, a dream to push, but not at all compact when folded, and can be a bit of a nuisance when folding. But on the other hand, I've had mine for 11 years now, it's seen me through 3 babies and it still looks as good as the day I bought it. There's not many brands that could offer that life span for a pram.
STYLISH, DURABLE LONG LASTING
Heavy hard to steer and not to comfortable but nice to look at
I bought the silver cross 3D on offer for £250...this was half price in mother care. By the time my son was 2 weeks old I had taken the pram back and bought new one and decided the pram was a health risk. When in the flat/pram position the pram was titling down so that my sons head was lower then his feet. I thought this was awfully designed especially for newborn. Not only that when in the pram position it didn't 'click' in to place so I was a bit wary of useing it as worried if something was to knock the pram that it could collapse. The car seat that comes with it is massive compared to others car seats such as maxi cosi. It would only fit in my back seat with the front seat pushed right forward! It was also really heavy and a struggle to get in and or if boot. Wouldn't recommend this pram, think silver cross have disappointed themselves with this pram...
My son's main push chair is a Silver Cross and I absolutely love it! He looks really comfortable in it (which is most important to me) and the accessories you can purchase for the pram are seemingly endless. The downside is that the pram is slightly bulky and doesn't always fit easily into the boot of the car, or even through some doorways but this wouldn't deter me from purchasing a silver cross in the future. I think they're very durable prams too, I've had mine for over 12 months now and it still looks brand new.
Had one when my son was Newborn and It was too big for and transport like buses. And It wasn't easy to put together, It took me like 3 days to figure the Pushchair out. Hated It.