• 4.38/5

    • Strengths:

      Compact, easy and small folding

    • Weaknesses:

      None

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    This City2 is light and compact, yet is sturdy and comfortable for my 6 month old. The fold is simple, and is small enough when folded to fit in the smallest boot.

    The City2 is easy to manoeuvre and is very responsive to steering. We had to run to our gate for a final call for our flight, and the City2 held its own under this pressure.

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  • 4.75/5

    • Strengths:

      Easy to fold/unfold

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    We chose this pushchair as it looked more durable than the usual fold up buggys. The frame is a little chunkier than the average which we liked and the design was trendy, as far as prams go. We have the yellow one, the fabric removes which allows for cleaning which we like. The pram had a basket on the bottom, which is adequate in size. We have adapters on the handle for bags and the pushchair handles the weight well. We have found it easy to steer and and overall a breeze to use. We have taken it on two abroad holidays and it’s take a few knocks and yet it’s still going strong. I would defiantly reccommend this pushchair to others and wouldn’t hesitate to purchase another in the future. Although I think this one will last.

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    In action

  • 5.00/5

    • Strengths:

      Folds small. Light Weight

    • Weaknesses:

      Can’t get to basket under pushchair

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I bought this for my son as my father had pushed the pushchair version but it didn’t fit in my car.
    I have a Fiat 500 and this fits perfectly in my boot, I even still have space for a few bags too.
    Really easy to push.

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    Looks comfy

  • 4.25/5

    • Strengths:

      Very easy to steer

    • Weaknesses:

      Canopy is not extendable

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    Bought it as a holiday buggy and honestly I was surprised how easy it is to push it through anything even though the wheels are tiny. Loved the fact it already came with a cup holder. My only issue with it is that the canopy is not extendable so my baby was not covered from the sun most of the times as he is still a bit little (7 months). But he seemed very comfortable in it and took long naps. Also the rain cover is brilliant and protect baby very well.

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    Holiday time

  • 4.50/5

    • Strengths:

      Light and easy folding

    • Weaknesses:

      Doesn’t have leg rest

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I initially bought this because I was tracking and needed a one piece pushchair. Ever since my holiday (March 3019) I have been using it as my everyday pushchair as not only my baby feels comfortable and relaxed in it but I love how easy it is to use. The only thing I wish it had is leg rests other than that I’m very happy i made the right decision in buying it.

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  • 4.63/5

    • Strengths:

      Small one hand fold

    • Weaknesses:

      doesn’t sit straight up as uses a toggle

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    This pushchair is so easy to collapse and set up, takes up barely any space in my Ford Fiesta boot, my daughter loved using this and we still use it if we go somewhere without my baby
    Downsides are the wheels could be chunkier (but that’s a personal thing as I live in the countryside) and the sit up mechanism could be better as it’s a toggle so there is always a slight recline

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  • 5.00/5

    • Strengths:

      Easy to fold with one hand and fits perfect in my car.

    • Weaknesses:

      Not easy to use on gravel or snow or sand.

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I bought this push chair as it was one handed and because it folded nice and compact for my medium sized car. The pushchair is lovely to push and easy until you need to go across sand, gravel or snow. This proves difficult but not impossible, just hard work. I was a tad dissapointed that you had to buy the foot muff seperate and that there isnt a place to attach it too, which is a battle when your child hates being strapped down anywhere. In all I love everything about it from being so lightweight to the colour. I would defiantly use this style or possibly the same push chair providing it doesn’t break for my next baby.

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  • 4.75/5

    • Strengths:

      Easy fold, compact

    • Weaknesses:

      Pricey, seat fabrics don’t come off easily

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I bought armadillo city in Donna Wilson three bears design second hand. Although it was already used quite a bit, it still seems sturdy.
    It is a perfect city stroller as very manoeuvrable, light and smooth. However I attempted to take it on a walk in a park and it was really uncomfortable to be shaking my child so much so we had to cut it short.
    The most amazing thing is the one hand fold and how compact it is. Also, when folded it has a handy handle on top to carry it.
    It is pricey as new, but if you can afford it it’s definitely worth the money.

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  • 4.25/5

    • Strengths:

      I like the way it folds, doesn’t take up much space and it’s freestanding when folded

    • Weaknesses:

      The seat bulges when folded, front wheels feel very flimsy and the basket is hard to take things out

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I like the style of the mama’s and papas armadillo city 2 but it’s not very well thought of! The basket is far too close to the seat so it’s hard to put anything in or get anything out, the seat bulges when folded and you can’t have anything under the pram when folding as it won’t fold at all. The back wheels rub on the frame and make the most awful noise!

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  • 5.00/5

    • Strengths:

      Small

    • Weaknesses:

      Has to be unscrewed for cleaning

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I love this pushchair, it is bright and small, easily folded, comfortable for the child too. It is built to last as I have used it with both my kids from.six months of age and my youngest is currently one and half. We do a lot of walking so. Good pushchair is essential.

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  • 4.75/5

    • Strengths:

      How small and easy it folds

    • Weaknesses:

      Small

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    Great till my daughter was 2 then when i lied her down she had no room but its was a lovely pushchair the is light weight easy to use steer and fold.

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  • 4.00/5

    • Strengths:

      Easy to fold and lightweight.

    • Weaknesses:

      No adjustable handle meaning I kick the stroller when I walk

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    A fantastic little stroller. Incredibly lightweight and super easy to fold down. I was able to fold down with one hand while holding my 9 month old in the security queue at the airport! Looks really good quality unlike a lot of other strollers on the market. The seat lies flat for sleeping babies although the mechanism for moving this feels a little cheap although it is simple to use. The basket underneath is still a good size and the hood is quite big to cover babies sleeping in the sun. Comes with a rain cover and is easy to assemble. Relatively easy to steer in comparison to other strollers. Overall, a great lightweight stroller that is incredibly easy to set up and put down.

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  • 3.88/5

    • Strengths:

      Easy to use

    • Weaknesses:

      Not good off road

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    Pushchair is easy to use light starting and folds down well so takes up less space that other pushchairs. The only down fall is it is not good off road and at times have felt like it may break on gravel

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  • 4.75/5

    • Strengths:

      Easy to fold. Easy to use when using the tubes and trains. You just fold, and grab by the handle.

    • Weaknesses:

      After some time the wheels go stiff. Mine went after 2 years. Had to replace the wheels

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    Brilliant pram. So way to handle. Brilliant for when using public transport as you can fold in two movements and then grab your baby with your other arm while holding the pram. The folding system makes it sow Roth while. Also the pram is very comfortable.

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    Armadillo

  • 5.00/5

    • Strengths:

      It is great for when you don’t want to be traipsing a massive travel system around.

    • Weaknesses:

      It could do with having a cover or a cosy toes for the colder nights.

    • Built to last

    • Easy to fold

    • Easy to steer

    • Value for money

    I bought this product when I was on holiday for my two year old. It got recommended to me by my auntie and I found it a brilliant product at such a good price!
    I still use the pushchair now and again, and it never fails to disappoint. It is comfortable, small when folded, and, looks great too (which is always a bonus). I’m not a lover of smaller, tacky looking pushchairs, so this one was great as it looked like a pram, but smaller! Definitely recommend it to someone who wants to downsize from their travel system, and will be keeping it for my new baby!

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