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Sophxo says:
"So practical with many parent friendly features"
and gives the Joie Versatrax

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  • HUGE shopping basket 🫢🏽
  • Easy to use buttons to lay baby up & down
  • Easy handle bar adjustment
  • Not too heavy but sturdy
  • Folds nice
  • Cup holder ❀️
  • Easy foot break on the side so it's not in the way
  • Really open when in seat unit
  • Good could be longer

I absolutely recommend this pram, it's so so practical with many parent friendly features.

At first glance the pushchair is lovely to look at featuring a leather look handle and bumper bar. In parent facing mode baby is nice and close and not too low down so it's easy to interact with baby and pass them snacks πŸ™ŒπŸ½.

The hood is nice and thick and easily moves up and down and also features a peek window, although I do think the hood could do with being a bit bigger to provide some more darkness/protection. The seat unit is a lovely soft material and feels comfortable however the seat unit it quite open and my 9 month old struggles to sleep in it this could probably be resolved with a footmuff but it's summer so not an option, we have switched from the Bugaboo so compared to the bucket like seat this is a big change, this along side the small hood is a bit of a pain to get baby to sleep.

The shopping basket is amazing, I can fit my changing bag, raincover, snacks and shopping underneath with no problems accessing the basket as it's accessible on both ends, going from the chameleon 3 this is a dream as I couldn't even get my changing bag in there. The handle bar moves easily up and down so perfect for switching between parents as my partner is a foot taller than me, the suspension is good but definitely could be better for a smoother ride, it can be quite rattly but nothing major 😊 I absolutely recommend this pram x

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