Pushchair Pitstop

My name is Kate, and I am a pramaholic…..
I love pushchairs, it’s no secret. I am lucky enough to work in an industry that allows me to see and explore a lot of the new pushchairs on the market, and today I thought I would share with you 3 of my current favourites.
iCandyPeach Jogger

I have almost always favoured a 3 wheeler – I don’t know why in all honesty, but they have appealed to me from day 1 of my pushchair obsession. 
The iCandy Peach Jogger is as close to perfect as it gets for me – a gorgeous and stylish little number with the off roading capabilities I need where I live. The colours are divine, and it is so luxurious. Again, I love all the great features that make using it a breeze – the adjustable handlebar, the seat that can be changed from parent facing to world facing in seconds, the huge basket and the deep, wide carrycot. The action packed pushchair for parents who want to enjoy life.

The Babyzen Yoyo

It’s true that the best things come in small packages. The Yoyo is a teeny tiny little parcel that unfolds into a spacious and adaptable stroller. Now suitable from birth, the new Yoyo 0+ allows you to buy one pushchair that will see you through from newborn to toddler. The YOYO 0+ has all the same great features as the existing YOYO 6+ (suitable for 6 months+), but will accommodate babies from birth. The stylish newborn stroller is rear-facing with a pop-up canopy that can be adjusted to 3 positions, a foot cover and head support and a 5 point harness. By removing the newborn nest and adding the 6+ pack (seat base and hood) parents can convert the YOYO 0+ to the existing YOYO 6+, an outward facing stroller with multi-position reclining seat.
The seat is wide and comfortable, the recline is easy to use and has a range of positions from totally flat to upright. At first glance, it looks a bit flimsy, but on closer examination, you soon see that this is not the case – the seat sitting back over the rear wheels makes it very stable, while the lightweight frame makes pushing a breeze. 
The real joy of the Babyzen Yoyo is in the fold. Small enough to be carried onto a plane as cabin luggage, and compact enough to fit in an overhead locker. Have baby, will travel.
Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan

I have been a Mountain Buggy fan for a while now – mainly because of their big, chunky off roaders. 
The new Cosmopolitan is the best of both worlds – it offers the big chunky tyres and suspension that make park trips and woodland walks a breeze – with the parent facing, stylish seating unit you want for nipping around the shops. 
I love the bright and funky colours available, and I love all the little touches that make life with a baby easier – the big basket, the gated bumper bar, the great recline and the lie flat seat that allows you to take your newborn for a ride without the need for a carrycot. Fashion meets Function.
We popped Max into the Cosmopolitan in the living room, and he was asleep in seconds – so it is obviously comfortable!
Do you have a favourite pushchair?
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