Other pushchair offers that appear good from a quick check, particularly if you're a Parenting Club member (you dont need to prove it): https://www.boots.com/joie-brisk-lx-stroller-including-footmuff-midnight-navy-10208681 - £105 & 1,680 points https://www.boots.com/silver-cross-pop-pushchair-flint-10267018 - £125 & 2,000 points https://www.boots.com/silver-cross-jet-stroller-silver-10289851 - £200 & 3,000 points
Great price, I picked the blue one up from Amazon a couple of months ago for about this price too (but the inclusion of points with this is v handy). I'm happy with the pushchair, though I do find when I push it I often clip the break with my foot ever so slightly which locks it up.
Cheers - came at the perfect time for us. Well-rated lightweight pushchair that will cope with our heavyweight baby XD
great spot, cheapest anywhere. Quidco cashback at 1.6% too I think
Great product. Perfect if you drive a Mini or go on holiday.
Not a very good pushchair. The back doesn't sit up very straight so if baby likes to look about they will have their neck craned. The only thing is does well is go small. The ride isn't great on any surface less than perfect. Only really a good experience from the bottom of the plane steps to your mode of transport which should he no more than 30 mins. You will spend the rest of the week on holiday wishing you had a better pram. Beyond that it's not a great pram. I'd just get a baby carrier if you really think you're going to struggle between the bottom of the steps to the airport conveyor.
Thank you!! Ordered the "Special Edition Ocean" open box for £176. Wanted a baby zen yoyo but couldn't justify almost £400.
They still make coach built prams in the UK
Although I don't think we will be able to do much travelling anytime soon (horror) (horror)
Posted 11th JanPosted 11th Jan
Silver Cross Sleepover Changing Bag £16.99 Delivered With Code @ Silvercrossbaby£16.99 Free P&P FreeSilvercrossbaby Deals
Indeed these are heavier than average but it is lighter than the iCandy Peach,its main competitor. icandy are a bit cheeky in that they advertise their pram weight without wheels, so we initially thought it would be lighter, but it's not.
Some great deals on at the moment! We have a Wave but got it bundled (think you can still get them) so got the adaptors etc in I think. Tempted by the Aston Martin stroller they have on offer £1k off (apparently!).
This is a great, solid pram, but be warned - it’s big and heavy, even this 1kg lighter version. If you’ve got twins, this’d be great with the extra seat, but if we had our time again, I’d go for something smaller and lighter.
Nice price! This is the pram we bought for our 2nd child and we're still using it a few years later in place of a stroller. One thing I will say though is you need a whole load of adapters if you wanted to change the positioning on some of the chairs (like carrying two children etc). The adapters and addition seats aren't cheap so definitely do some research if you want to use all of the configurations. Anyway, heat from me :)
Posted 23rd Nov 2020Posted 23rd Nov 2020
Silver Cross Pop Star Stroller, Compact and Lightweight Pushchair – Dancing Daisies £112.50 at Amazon£112.50Amazon Deals
This is great, but it's very heavy and bulky. So, if you don't drive a 4:4 SUV and have a 4 bed house - I would recommend something smaller (embarrassed)
Just an FYI - Amazon has a Baby wishlist option which gives you up to 20% off eligible items. If you buy this one via the Silver Cross amazon store (c. £480) or the new 2020 version, you will be eligible for the 20% off. My advice - wait till Black Friday and stack any sale with the 20% off - we did this on Prime day and got some amazing deals.
We have had ours for 2 years and paid substantially more than this. We really like it, built well and looks really good. One small quibble is the wheels can be a bit wobbly on gravel paths. You can lock the wheels into a straight position though which helps, but makes it a bit harder to manoeuvre. (y)
We bought the pioneer instead...if you have flat streets and good paving this handles fine but in the parks, playgrounds the pioneer is better. However great design on both, sturdy and easy to put up and down. We tried ours at mothercare RIP...guess there is very few places you can try pushchairs now...perhaps John Lewis
Is this good? how does it do compared to Maxi cozi and icandy?