Silver Cross Zest Stroller, Compact and Lightweight Pushchair, Powder Blue

February 25, 2020 - Comment

Product Features Newborn to toddler: Suitable from birth up to toddlers (25 kg), with a roomy, padded lie-flat seat and multi-position recline Adjusting as they grow: A robust chassis and wide backrest means your little one can keep comfortable and supported in the Zest buggy as they grow Lightweight and compact: Weighing just 5.8 kg,

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(as of April 19, 2020 8:48 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Newborn to toddler: Suitable from birth up to toddlers (25 kg), with a roomy, padded lie-flat seat and multi-position recline
  • Adjusting as they grow: A robust chassis and wide backrest means your little one can keep comfortable and supported in the Zest buggy as they grow
  • Lightweight and compact: Weighing just 5.8 kg, with a quick and easy one-handed fold feature and handy strap so as Zest can be carried on your shoulder
  • Safe and secure: Keep your little one safe with a 5-point safety harness coordinated to match the stroller’s strong aluminium chassis and textured fabric
  • Includes: Aluminium chassis; 5-point safety harness; fully extendable ventilated UPF50+ hood; rain cover carry strap and shopping basket

Comments

Anonymous says:

reasonably easy to fold and unfold Compact, reasonably easy to fold and unfold, quite lightweight and above all comfy (our toddler sleeps in it like nowhere else but his cot and he is one of those rather hyperactive babies so his usual all-terrain bulky pram is suitable for a nap only, otherwise he won’t stay there any minute longer) – in this one he simply reclines and stays there all laid back and just taking it all; overall great pram for trips and traveling.

Anonymous says:

Back wheels brakes are doggy I purchased this on 15 June 2018 and it`s been our push chair for travels only because our primary pram (mamas and papas) is quite big for the boot of the car. On Saturday when I unfolded I noticed that pushchair just does not move. Back wheels are locked by the brakes. Even I set the brakes off by pushing red foot switches upwards they keep falling back to their locked positions. You can imagine how dangerous it is when pushchair suddenly auto breaks in the middle of a crossing or in a busy…

Anonymous says:

Light and rugged if it lives in your car boot So it’s light. It just about survived a return trip to Portugal which is what it was purchased for but didn’t last much after. Like most lightweight buggies the designers have only designed it to be a drive to where you want to go lift it out of the car boot unfold and go rather than a proper working lightweight buggy to go up and down stairs on the tube with no help. Carrying it with a child on board is not easy. If you are after something rugged for commuting it’s only going to be the one…

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