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At just 9kg and with a new reduced price, it's the lightest and the best value Pramette on the market.

Winner of 'Mother & Baby Best Pushchair' for three years, tried and tested by parents. The Pliko Pramette is the original and the lightest pramette, now new and improved for even better quality and ease of use. Transforms from a pram into a pushchair without adding or taking anything away, making life easier for you as a parent and making every moment with your baby one to enjoy.

Key Features:

- Suitable from birth
- Adjustable leg rest
- Face to face in pramette mode
- Forward facing pushchair mode
- Toddler ride on step
- Travel system compatible
- Traditional pram mode
- Height adjustable handles
- One hand fold
- Free standing when folded
- Compact fold
- Individual wheel suspension
- Cup holder
- Weight 9kg

What is the Freedom to Explore harness?

As your baby grows and begins to sit independently they gain a new perspective on the world and are eager to explore whilst out and about. One of the joys for you is seeing their interaction and response to new things. Without compromising on safety, our free movement harness allows your child to sit up and move freely whilst being securely strapped into their pushchair. It completely surrounds your baby?s body and whereas a traditional fi xed harness just covers the front of them the
free movement harness has more adjustment points so you can ensure a perfect fi t even when they grow. Most of our pushchairs with a free movement harness also feature a bumper bar for even more comfort. Whether sat up to explore or reclined for a snooze your baby will be comfortably strapped in.

Includes: Pramette, Apron, Raincover

Age Guideline: Birth - 15kg
Pliko Pramette Weighs: 9kg approx
Size Open: H: 103 x W: 53 x D: 90cm approx
Size Folded: 104cm (L) x 42cm (H) x 39cm (W)

Zoom & Alternate Images may include alternate fabrics. Please note the Primo Viaggio is not included in the price and can be purchased seperately.
All Pliko prams and pushchairs are covered by our two year commitment.
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#1
Good price. Nobody should have to pay £350 for a pram.
#2
cheekyoldcow
Good price. Nobody should have to pay £350 for a pram.


thats nothing...went to look at some in mothercare... most over the 500 mark!!! :w00t: should have a scarppage system for pushchairs i reckon! :p
#3
I bought the Pliko Pramette for my second baby, paid £150 from Mamas and Papas factory shop though I have to say I would happily pay £199 for it and still think of it as good value as I have found it really nice to use.
#4
ollysmum
I bought the Pliko Pramette for my second baby, paid £150 from Mamas and Papas factory shop though I have to say I would happily pay £199 for it and still think of it as good value as I have found it really nice to use.


whats it like in stroller mode. i read the straps are awkward. also how long can u use it in pram mode?
#5
I paid £350 for mine, the same as polka one in pic. Great pram but gave up the ghost after two years, all the wheels went wonky, so for me not the best quality even if it does fold down easily! Great price tho.
#6
Slummach
I paid £350 for mine, the same as polka one in pic. Great pram but gave up the ghost after two years, all the wheels went wonky, so for me not the best quality even if it does fold down easily! Great price tho.


hmmm... thanks for that...its good to get both good and bad opinions on a pushchair before u part with the cash :thumbsup:
1 Like #7
I paid £350 5 years ago and it has seen me through 2 children very nicely. I had heard that people often end up buying a few pushchairs until they find one they're happy with - so I did my research! (We did buy a smaller buggy to travel with).

It lays flat which is supposedly very important for a newborn.
In the 1st mode it faces you which I absolutely loved and felt so sorry for my freinds who had to keep popping their heads round the front of their buggies to check on their new born.
The handles have two heights which meant neither of us got backache because we didn't have to stoop atall to push the buggy.
M&P don't advocate the use of it but there is a foot board on it that I (& my then 2 year old) found very useful when she got tired. It is a lot less cumbersome than fitting a buggy board.
We didn't have to buy a pram and then a decent pushchair - it's all in one!
The fabric and padding is lovely quality and was particularly useful for my winter babies - it kept them very cosy.
The wheels were great and swivelled well.

I'm sure I've missed some of it's good points but needless to say I think it's a great product and at this price it's fab!
1 Like #8
I have one, and have it for sale on here actually! but i found it to be great, no problems at all. only problem for me was that it didn't fold down small enough to fit in my car, but apart from that...great!
1 Like #9
i have one similar to this (might be an older model) - we no longer use it because my little one is too mobile now and we have a buggy we can strap him into properly. the harness is pretty rubbish in my opinion - it always felt like he could fall out if he leant too far forward. as a pram, it was perfect. although we did have to buy an additional harness to make sure he was safe. a good price for this though. just make sure you do your research before you buy as it's a big chunk of money to blow on something you don't like. (i really didn't like ours, but that was personal - my in-laws chose it and bought it......). heat added.....
#10
SOSAGES
only a shame the mamas and papas name was recently put back in the news due to daughter of The Mamas And The Papas star John Phillips revealed she dad a long-term sexual relationship with her "papa" ..funny old world

eew eew eew!
MummyMoo
I paid £350 5 years ago and it has seen me through 2 children very nicely. I had heard that people often end up buying a few pushchairs until they find one they're happy with - so I did my research! (We did buy a smaller buggy to travel with).

It lays flat which is supposedly very important for a newborn.
In the 1st mode it faces you which I absolutely loved and felt so sorry for my freinds who had to keep popping their heads round the front of their buggies to check on their new born.
The handles have two heights which meant neither of us got backache because we didn't have to stoop atall to push the buggy.
M&P don't advocate the use of it but there is a foot board on it that I (& my then 2 year old) found very useful when she got tired. It is a lot less cumbersome than fitting a buggy board.
We didn't have to buy a pram and then a decent pushchair - it's all in one!
The fabric and padding is lovely quality and was particularly useful for my winter babies - it kept them very cosy.
The wheels were great and swivelled well.

I'm sure I've missed some of it's good points but needless to say I think it's a great product and at this price it's fab!


mrsjgrohl
i have one similar to this (might be an older model) - we no longer use it because my little one is too mobile now and we have a buggy we can strap him into properly. the harness is pretty rubbish in my opinion - it always felt like he could fall out if he leant too far forward. as a pram, it was perfect. although we did have to buy an additional harness to make sure he was safe. a good price for this though. just make sure you do your research before you buy as it's a big chunk of money to blow on something you don't like. (i really didn't like ours, but that was personal - my in-laws chose it and bought it......). heat added.....



repped both of u..... im gonna go to a mamas and papas store and have a look i reckon. mothercare dont stock them!!
#11
Ella'sMummy
I have one, and have it for sale on here actually! but i found it to be great, no problems at all. only problem for me was that it didn't fold down small enough to fit in my car, but apart from that...great!


repped as well. good luck with sale
#12
thanks...... just make sure it is the one YOU want and good luck with your little one!!! all these baby related posts are making me broody again......
#13
We paid £250 for one of these 4 years ago for our first little boy, which seemed to be the average price back then. Its still going strong now with our second little boy, a really nice pram!
#14
definitely worth going to look at, but if i was buying again (hopefully will be soon!) im going with the quinny buzz, ive just bought a quinny zap and they are sooo lightweight and easy to manuevre. I think they are worth a look too :thumbsup: thanks for the rep :) x
#15
mrsjgrohl
thanks...... just make sure it is the one YOU want and good luck with your little one!!! all these baby related posts are making me broody again......


think of the morning sickness, the headaches, labour, the back ache, the tiredness!! :p
#16
I would say it is a good pushchair and good price too.
I have 1 which has seen me though my 2 children too and i have had no problems with it. Mamas & Papas were very good too when i needed spares & a repair as they gave me a loan pramette whilst mine was with them.
#17
Ella'sMummy
definitely worth going to look at, but if i was buying again (hopefully will be soon!) im going with the quinny buzz, ive just bought a quinny zap and they are sooo lightweight and easy to manuevre. I think they are worth a look too :thumbsup: thanks for the rep :) x


good luck!! are u trying?!! eek. join us on the preg/baby chat thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/422685/pregnancy-and-baby-chat-thread
#18
smiler001
I would say it is a good pushchair and good price too.
I have 1 which has seen me though my 2 children too and i have had no problems with it. Mamas & Papas were very good too when i needed spares & a repair as they gave me a loan pramette whilst mine was with them.


rly?! wow!!!
#19
I'm looking for a twin buggy for my 1.5 year toddler and 1 month old baby...any ideas?
So far, I've found this to be good value.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thx
#20
ukmax2k
I'm looking for a twin buggy for my 1.5 year toddler and 1 month old baby...any ideas?
So far, I've found this to be good value.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thx


hey..ask in misc ....:thumbsup: and congrats on ur baby
#21
magicbeans;6593779
hey..ask in misc ....:thumbsup: and congrats on ur baby

Thanks
#22
That's a bargain:thumbsup:
#23
Ordered one of these when it was £150 from M&P website around 7 months ago + £10 delivery (one pattern was less than half price), nice sturdy thing that does what you want it to and folds up like an umbrella, taken it on planes twice already too. Our boy is a quick growing lad and now finds it a bit tight on the sides sitting up with a sheepskin in it, other than that it's great.
#24
MummyMoo
I paid £350 5 years ago and it has seen me through 2 children very nicely. I had heard that people often end up buying a few pushchairs until they find one they're happy with - so I did my research! (We did buy a smaller buggy to travel with).

It lays flat which is supposedly very important for a newborn.
In the 1st mode it faces you which I absolutely loved and felt so sorry for my freinds who had to keep popping their heads round the front of their buggies to check on their new born.
The handles have two heights which meant neither of us got backache because we didn't have to stoop atall to push the buggy.
M&P don't advocate the use of it but there is a foot board on it that I (& my then 2 year old) found very useful when she got tired. It is a lot less cumbersome than fitting a buggy board.
We didn't have to buy a pram and then a decent pushchair - it's all in one!
The fabric and padding is lovely quality and was particularly useful for my winter babies - it kept them very cosy.
The wheels were great and swivelled well.

I'm sure I've missed some of it's good points but needless to say I think it's a great product and at this price it's fab!


i agree-i loved mine - this is a brill deal - i paid £229 nearly 5 years ago for mine.
1 Like #25
Good deal. We have had one of these for our daughter from birth (paid £150 at the time from the M&P website but not seen them anywhere near that price since) so she has been using it for 3 years. We live two and a half miles from her nursery and I walk her there and back so it has done a hell of a lot of miles with no problems whatsoever - I reckon it could last another 3 years. Also our daughter is much taller than the average child and she still fits in comfortably for the long walks.

Super flexible, folds down well (was the only pram/buggy that fitted in our boot at the time) and hard wearing.

Tried thinking of some cons and the only one I can really think of is that the "cosy toes" is not the biggest and we bought another to put in it when our daughter got older.

Oh, and one more...one of the little plastic hub caps came off which is only for aesthetic purposes. However, dropped M&P an email and they sent out a set within 24 hours for free (it was not in warranty period).

In conclusion...HOT
#26
loving the reviews..... was a bit concerned as they said the harness in stroller mode was weird. buit u guys are convincing me otherwise!!

also till how many months can u use it as a pram. thanks
#27
I had one of these for my daughter but found that when the pram was in pram mode with the baby facing you the base sloped downwards and the baby had her feet quite a bit higher than her head. I hated this so much that I ended up putting a towel under the liner to even it out. Before you buy, just make sure you check this and are happy with it.
Great price though, mine cost around £400 2 years ago!
#28
magicbeans
loving the reviews..... was a bit concerned as they said the harness in stroller mode was weird. buit u guys are convincing me otherwise!!

also till how many months can u use it as a pram. thanks


We've also got one and the harness is fine - it allows the child to lean forward but the child will probably be older by the time they are able to do that so it's fine. There's also a bumper bar so no worries about the child falling too far out.

Each child is different so there's no telling how long you can use it as a pram for. My boy is quite tall so didn't use pram mode for too long but it was wonderful to be able to push him around and see him at the same time. I't a really sturdy pram but with hindsight I would probably go for the Loola (I think it's called) which allow you to remove the pram/buggy part and attach the car seat. We struggled with moving our boy from the car seat to the pram and back again when we went out. Would have been easier to lift the car seat out and attach to the shell and wheels like the Loola does.
#29
In all fairness I used mine a LOT. I walked a few miles every day with it so I suppose I got my money's worth! Was very comfortable I think, and certainly easy to convert from bassinet to travel or pushchair which is always a major plus.
#30
magicbeans
whats it like in stroller mode. i read the straps are awkward. also how long can u use it in pram mode?


Sounds like you've had a lot of good advice about it already but I'll add my own anyway (I even managed to convince a couple in the store to buy one of these when they were looking as I went on about how I liked it, the saleswoman just stood back and let me get on with it! :-D )

I used it as a pram until my girl was about 6 months old, I would say it depends really on how big your baby is though as she is quite small (was about 14lb at 6 months). I loved being able to see her in the pram, much nicer than in a car seat on a travel system which is what I did first time round. I even used the pram as a temporary cot when we visited relatives and she slept fine in it through the night.
I have only been using it in pushchair mode for a month so not really had much experience with the freedom harness yet. It does seem a bit of an odd concept but if it keeps her happy being able to look out better but still stay strapped in then I'm all for it as my little boy just ends up taking his arms out of his straps in order to look around!

My best advice is to go into a Mamas and Papas store and take a good look at it, push it around the store, get an advisor to show you how to collapse it and put it back up, how to change it from pushchair to pram and back again. I had 4 pushchairs with my little boy as I just wasn't happy with any of them, but I really get on with this one. Hope that helps! :)
#31
The price is reasonable (ok, although not exactly great), but how can they claim that 9kg is light? We have a pram at around 7kg and an umbrella stroller that is much lighter. 9kg sounds rather heavy by comparison. I would guess it is made from steal, and not from aluminium.
#32
good deal

pram related: have you seen this - shocking!
#33
Just Purchased!! 20 Weeks pregga's!! so hopefulli will do the Job it needs to =)


(Just to let you all know there is a delivery charge on this item of £9 *i think*)
#34
that video is shocking that the baby survived!
#35
We brought a 2nd hand mamas and papas cotbed for £40 which the previous owner paid £400 for anyway a couple of the bolts were missing so we phoned M+P up to ask if we could buy them and they said don't worry we'll send you some.

They arrived the next day they sent 4 of them, we'd have paid for them but they'd have none of it what customer service
#36
squiggle
I had one of these for my daughter but found that when the pram was in pram mode with the baby facing you the base sloped downwards and the baby had her feet quite a bit higher than her head. I hated this so much that I ended up putting a towel under the liner to even it out. Before you buy, just make sure you check this and are happy with it.
Great price though, mine cost around £400 2 years ago!


a few reviews mentioned this sloping thing. that would sooo annoy me!

teerex
We've also got one and the harness is fine - it allows the child to lean forward but the child will probably be older by the time they are able to do that so it's fine. There's also a bumper bar so no worries about the child falling too far out.

Each child is different so there's no telling how long you can use it as a pram for. My boy is quite tall so didn't use pram mode for too long but it was wonderful to be able to push him around and see him at the same time. I't a really sturdy pram but with hindsight I would probably go for the Loola (I think it's called) which allow you to remove the pram/buggy part and attach the car seat. We struggled with moving our boy from the car seat to the pram and back again when we went out. Would have been easier to lift the car seat out and attach to the shell and wheels like the Loola does.

my friend has the loola and loves it but i dont like the look of it.....!!
ollysmum
Sounds like you've had a lot of good advice about it already but I'll add my own anyway (I even managed to convince a couple in the store to buy one of these when they were looking as I went on about how I liked it, the saleswoman just stood back and let me get on with it! :-D )


I used it as a pram until my girl was about 6 months old, I would say it depends really on how big your baby is though as she is quite small (was about 14lb at 6 months). I loved being able to see her in the pram, much nicer than in a car seat on a travel system which is what I did first time round. I even used the pram as a temporary cot when we visited relatives and she slept fine in it through the night.
I have only been using it in pushchair mode for a month so not really had much experience with the freedom harness yet. It does seem a bit of an odd concept but if it keeps her happy being able to look out better but still stay strapped in then I'm all for it as my little boy just ends up taking his arms out of his straps in order to look around!

My best advice is to go into a Mamas and Papas store and take a good look at it, push it around the store, get an advisor to show you how to collapse it and put it back up, how to change it from pushchair to pram and back again. I had 4 pushchairs with my little boy as I just wasn't happy with any of them, but I really get on with this one. Hope that helps! :)

wow u know ur stuff! thanks
jezjones
good deal

pram related: have you seen this - shocking!

scary isnt it!!!!
#37
Mummy-2-B
Just Purchased!! 20 Weeks pregga's!! so hopefulli will do the Job it needs to =)


(Just to let you all know there is a delivery charge on this item of £9 *i think*)


congrats on ur pregnancy and purchase!!!
#38
jezjones
good deal

pram related: have you seen this - shocking!


terrifying - just had me in tears..... but glad baby o.k.
#39
mrsjgrohl
terrifying - just had me in tears..... but glad baby o.k.


amazing really! but good it had a happy ending!!:)
#40
Ella'sMummy
definitely worth going to look at, but if i was buying again (hopefully will be soon!) im going with the quinny buzz, ive just bought a quinny zap and they are sooo lightweight and easy to manuevre. I think they are worth a look too :thumbsup: thanks for the rep :) x


i've got a quinny buzz i'm about to sell, one thing its not is light or compact!

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