Silver Cross 3D Complete Pram System - Jet Sport - £233.50 delivered @ Mothercare RRP £335 - HotUKDeals
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Use codes VP9 & PS8 to get this price

**EDIT** Dont forget 5% Quidco!!!


Absolute Bargain!!

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A lightweight pram system offering practicality and comfort from birth to a toddler

* The 3D offers a full lie flat position with a soft liner allowing baby and mum to have eye-to-eye contact
* It then converts to a stylish forward facing pushchair for a toddler
* Suitable from birth
* Soft wrap baby harness
* Removable gate style bumper bar
* Includes snug footmuff with cosy fleece lining
* Includes change bag with adjustable shoulder strap, removable insulated bottle pocket and wipe clean pocket
* Hood converts to a summer canopy
* Spacious basket
* Compact telescopic fold
* Washable pram liner, apron and mattress
* Raincover
* Converts to a travel system with the Ventura Car seat (sold separately)
* 12 month guarantee



Man I'm having issues with this site tonight lol


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#1
Excellent price for an excellent pram/ pushchair. If you have got a baby due soon get this as it has the softest pram liner so the baby will be nice and comfortable.
#2
Definitely a good price, I thought we had it good when we paid £260 a few months ago.......we love the pram, nearly as much as baby!!
#3
I got it even cheaper - £299 for the pushchair, carseat, footmuff, changing bag, rain cover from a local baby shop when they had a sale. Only difference being the colour.

Heat added anyway as it's still a good price!
#4
only works out about 20 more this way after quidco. and u have mothercare as a go between if there was a fault.
#5
chocolate_lover
I got it even cheaper - £299 for the pushchair, carseat, footmuff, changing bag, rain cover from a local baby shop when they had a sale. Only difference being the colour.

Heat added anyway as it's still a good price!


Could you tell me the name of the store where you got it from for £299 as we are looking to buy this pram and the car seat. Many Thanks
#6
I went through the checkout with the codes you gave above and also added the code LW8 and in total I got £38.50 off!!!
#7
go for the Phil & Ted system from Kiddicare instead (only £289 after Quidco) :thumbsup:
banned#8
kps
Could you tell me the name of the store where you got it from for £299 as we are looking to buy this pram and the car seat. Many Thanks


we got the whole package from kiddicare.com for £300. quidco too.
#9
this pram gets very good reviews, so this price its a bergain
#10
very old model..............better deals around
#11
mx-3 - care to share those better deals?
#13
Im due in 2 months, and was looking ot get this one untill i found out that Silver Cross do not make the base for the car seat!! Does this make a difference as i thought this would be very important.

Also Mamas and Papas Pilko Prammette seems to be a good one. But reviews seem to be so up and down on all of them!!
Im very confused...............
#14
i think its very bulky and asked mothercare to collapse it and it seemed a real faff
#15
On the silvercross the hoods tend to rip & the chasis bend if you are not careful.
#16
Lyns
Im due in 2 months, and was looking ot get this one untill i found out that Silver Cross do not make the base for the car seat!! Does this make a difference as i thought this would be very important.

Also Mamas and Papas Pilko Prammette seems to be a good one. But reviews seem to be so up and down on all of them!!
Im very confused...............


The silver cross car seat is very easy to fit.
As for the M&P pilko I would go the siver cross 3D much more comfy for the baby.:thumbsup:
#17
mx-3
On the silvercross the hoods tend to rip & the chasis bend if you are not careful.


We've had our 3D 18 months now used on a daily basis and no sign damage on anything, folds up and down with ease.
#18
we bought this one for our grand daughter. its been fine but we find that shes a little bit too small to lie down comfortably in the inner liner and shes only four months old.
suspended#19
Many of my friends have had this pram, the bar breaks and wount let you fold it. However they have all been fixed pretty fast, as they had warranty. I like the mamas and papas pramette, but their customer service is awful . I think its hot x
#20
Cold from me, I would get this britax version for a fraction of the price http://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/productdisplayA_475_10751_-1__52481_10001_?cm_sp=product_lister_page-_-endeca_promotions-_-banner_product (they sell it in John Lewis for the RRP if you want to have a look at it first) and then it would be compatible with the much safer britax carseat and isofix base.
#21
Broxy

As for the M&P pilko I would go the siver cross 3D much more comfy for the baby.:thumbsup:


How do you know? Did you get the baby to test drive them both and report back to you?

My friend has this system, it is very heavy, and their son has already out-grown the car seat - he's only 5 months old.
#22
moob
How do you know? Did you get the baby to test drive them both and report back to you?

My friend has this system, it is very heavy, and their son has already out-grown the car seat - he's only 5 months old.



As a matter of fact it's quite easy to test how comfy the liner is. What you do is put your hand in and have a feel not rocket science is it.:whistling:
#23
Broxy
As a matter of fact it's quite easy to test how comfy the liner is. What you do is put your hand in and have a feel not rocket science is it.:whistling:


The liner on our M&P was made of exactly the same material, so I was struggling to ascertain how you arrived at that conclusion.

Hey ho - enjoy humping around that brick.:whistling:

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