Mothercare Orb all terrain pram and pushchair - Berry £200
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Mothercare Orb all terrain pram and pushchair - Berry £200

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Found 19th Mar
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For every journey from newborn to toddler! The mothercare orb all terrain pram and pushchair has a unique one hand rotation that allows you to quickly convert from forward to parent-facing mode in an instant, and is travel system compatible allowing you to move from car to pushchair with ease.



Features and benefits for mothercare orb all terrain pram and pushchair - berry
  • suitable from birth
  • the unique one-hand rotation offers forward and parent-facing versatility
  • orb converts easily from lie flat pram to multi position pushchair without the use of a separate carry cot
  • carrycot dimensions (with pram liner inside): approx. 98 x 28cm
  • luxury quilted pram liner provides more warmth and can be converted to become a seat liner, and is machine washable
  • cosytoe with extra soft lining
  • seat adjusts to 3 comfortable positions with easy one hand recline
  • silent adjust so you won't disturb a sleeping baby
  • removable bumper bar makes getting baby in and out of the seat unit much easier
  • Pu filled pucture proof tyres
  • lockable front swivel wheels for manoeuvrability
  • quick release rear wheels for easy cleaning after muddy walks
  • adjustable height handle
  • silent close viewing window
  • ventilated panel
  • the push on/off brakes are easy to use and mean no more scuffed shoes
  • simple one hand fold chassis with extra compact fold
  • compatible with mothercare maine, Maxi-Cosi cabriofix, Maxi-Cosi pebble, Maxi-Cosi pebble plus, Maxi-Cosi rock, Recaro zero 1 elite, Cybex aton, Nuna pipa lite, Nuna pipa lite lx, Kiddy evo-luna i-Size car seats to form a travel system (car seat adaptors required, sold separately product code x6046)
  • All strollers and pushchairs sold by mothercare in the UK are subject to a guarantee: 1 year for pushchairs/stroller purchased for less than £100
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5 Comments
What would be the people’s opinion between this and the Diono Quantum?
Edited by: "en_ger_land" 19th Mar
A bit misleading calling this an all terrain system. If we took this on the tracks round us it would be stuck within two minutes!
We had one of these for out little boy and it was excellent, it does handle rough terrain really well and nothing ever became stuck or harder to use over the few years we used it, it's an easy one to manoeuvre as well, one our little one grew out of it we sold it and it was still like new.
£180 in my local. Silverlink-North Shields
Why are these so much cheaper? Is the swivel design not a good thing?
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