Many people are aware of pushchair brands but not necessarily of their individual products. iCandy, Phil and Teds, Mamas and Papas and Quinny all spring to mind, and there are many others too. However, for those who haven’t researched the purchase of a pushchair, what you may not realise is that each of these brands have several different types of pushchairs available.
Quinny is one of the most established of the baby equipment brands. It is a range that is particularly known for the ability to work well in an urban environment so it is ideal for city and town dwellers.
The Quinny has a number of pushchair models. Each of the models is a little different in terms of style, size, adaptability and comfort. Some are better placed for use with children from birth upwards, others are better for usage after the age of 6 months, when children have less need for head support. All of the ranges are available in a number of standard and vibrant colours with lots of add – ons so that you can make the pushchair work for you.
The Quinny Buzz is one of the most popular of the Quinny brands and has been established for a number of years. Its strap line is that it is “the practical one”. Quinny is famous for producing three wheel pushchairs. The Quinny Buzz 3 for example is a three wheeled flexible travel system which in addition to being a pushchair, is also able to carry the Quinny carry cot and a Maxi Cosi car seat. It is suitable from birth and it is both forward and rear facing.
The Quinny Buzz 3 cleverly unfolds on its own using its own unique gas spring system. One of the reasons the Quinny Buzz is so popular is that it comes as standard with rain cover, shopping basket and adapters for a maxi-cosi infant carrier.
If you would like to find out more about the Quinny range please visit us at Baby Baby Online
Looking for a pushchair is just one of the many things you will need to do when you are expecting your child. These days we are all spoiled for choice. There are so many different options from simple stollers to entire travel systems that it can be intimidating knowing where to start! However, one thing you can be assured of is that there will be something to suit your price range and your taste.
The Quinny Moodd is a relatively new introduction to the market only having been around since 2012. Built on the success of the Quinny Buzz 3 the Quinny Moodd provides increased comfort and luxury. It’s strap line is that it is “the majestic stroller”. With this model there even is a choice of 2 chassis and 6 seat colours. The Quinny Moodd is built with a memory button which, at a push, allows the pushchair to be adapted easily.
Like other pushchairs in the Quinny range the Moodd can be arranged forward with a lie flat and rear facing. One of the more practical aspects of the model is that it is made with water and dirt repellent colourful fabric which, with little ones, is obviously the key to keeping the pushchair in tip top condition.
Another brand that is worth considering for your pushchair is the Spanish brand “Jane”. Jane prams are associated with being innovative and stylish. With cutting edge design they are becoming a popular choice. Jane are associated with a range of funky colours and unique designs. Having a number of models they have branched out with a large accessory range, so, as with most popular brands, you can purchase a range of features to suit your needs. From footmuffs to cup holders, the Jane prams can be everything you need. Two of the more popular models from Jane are Slalom Pro and the Trider.
If you would like to find out more about our range of pushchairs and prams please visit us at Baby Baby Online
This is a common question for many first time parents – the blue line has appeared on the pregnancy test and the doctor has confirmed that in a few months’ time, you should be expecting the arrival of a brand new baby. These first few weeks of pregnancy can be extremely nerve wracking though inevitably very exciting, and it can be a little overwhelming to take into account of all the new baby equipment you will need to buy during the pregnancy.
Many new parents-to-be want to rush out and buy everything within a short space of time after finding out their good news. However, it can be best to wait until the first couple of scans have taken place, primarily so that you know whether to buy a single or a double pushchair! Once everything has been confirmed then it is up to a matter of personal choice as to when the pushchair needs to be bought. It’s a good idea to carry out lots of research regarding different brands and models of pushchair as they all differ in features and cost.
Babystyle offer a fantastic range of strollers and travel systems for parents. Babystyle are renowned for producing high quality pushchairs which are lightweight and compact and versatility is one of the key features of the Babystyle Oyster. The travel systems are compatible with both Britax and Maxi Cosi car seats which offers parents greater choice on how they wish to transport their little one.
The Babystyle Oyster comes with a wide range of accessories, including height increasers for tall parents and also bottle holders and trays which can be attached to the frame of the pushchair. These little extras can make life a little easier for new parents. All of the pushchairs in the Babystyle range also come in a wide choice of colours meaning parents can create an individual look for their new baby’s pushchair.
It is a good idea to order the new pushchair at least a few weeks before the baby is born. This will ensure you can choose the exact model you wish to have and it can be delivered or collected in advance of your due date. It’s also worth having a play with the new pushchair by learning how to fold and unfold it so that you feel confident to use it once the new baby arrives.
If you would like to see some Babystyle pushchairs or if you are interested in ordering a Babystyle Oyster pushchair, then feel free to visit the www.babybabyonline.co.uk website for further information.
More and more pushchairs these days are so versatile that they can easily convert from a single buggy into a double pushchair in just a few clicks of a button. Lots of parents decide to have their second or subsequent children fairly close together, which means they will need to use a pushchair which can easily accommodate two children of differing ages. Of course, the need of a newborn is very different to that of a toddler, but most modern pushchairs can accommodate a tiny newborn who needs a carry cot as well as a toddler who wants to sit up and see what’s going on around him.
Bugaboo, Babystyle and Phil and Teds are just a few examples of pushchair manufacturers who have looked at what their customers need and have developed pushchairs which can work just as well as when set up as either a single pushchair or as a double pushchair. Each manufacturer has initially worked on the practical element of how best to transport two children, but they have also looked at the design of the buggy to ensure that it looks stylish and modern at the same time.
Bugaboo released the Donkey a couple of years ago in order to help those parents out who already have a toddler but may have another child on the way. The toddler can utilise the single mode of pushchair for as long as needed, but once the new baby arrives then in just three clicks the pushchair can be transformed to accommodate the two children. The baby can lie down in the carry cot whilst the toddler can continue to sit in a forward facing position next to his or her new sibling.
Both Babystyle and Phil and Teds chose to utilise the inline method of seating two children. Although this means that one child does not have as much visibility as the (often larger) child, it does make it much easier for Mum or Dad to wheel the pushchair through narrow shop doors or shopping aisles.
Choosing a new pushchair is definitely down to personal taste. Some parents prefer their children to sit in tandem whereas others need a more compact double pushchair and are happy for their children to sit inline. Whatever the requirements, there are bound to be numerous designs of suitable pushchairs on the market.
If you would like to see a range of Bugaboo, Babystyle or Phil and Teds pushchairs, whether they be singles or doubles, then see the www.babybabyonline.co.uk
website to help you make your decision.
When buying your first baby car seat you will doubtless be amazed at the number of choices that you have. So many companies produce rear facing car seats that are suitable for the early months of travelling about.
Car seats for those early months can still vary in size, and not all will be suitable for your vehicle so it is worth going to have a look at what is available and trying some of them out in your car. All retailers should be able to tell you which car seats suit which vehicles but the job of getting the car seat in and out of the car regularly will not be theirs- it will be yours, so you need to choose something that you are comfortable with.
One of the really good things about some car seats is that they are compatible with a number of pushchairs made by other manufacturers. All that is required to ensure complete safety is the purchase of the correct safety clips. These can differ between countries because of different safety requirements. One such example are the car seats produced by Maxi Cosi- the Pebble and the Cabrio Fix.
In the early months it is really useful to be able to attach your infant car seat directly to a buggy frame. Your little one will sleep frequently and you may not want to wake them up just to take them out of the car seat and put them into the pushchair. However, as children get older, it is then best to transfer them directly to a pushchair once your journey has ended. There are many pushchairs that can be used with a car seat as well as their own chassis. One particularly popular model at the moment is the mountain buggy but there are many others to choose from.
If you’d like to know more about our range of pushchairs and compatible car seats then please visit us at Baby Baby Online.
Many parents choose to buy a particular pushchair perhaps because the brand is used by celebrities or maybe because the pushchair has a unique style which sets it apart from other manufacturers.
A lot of parents favour pushchairs from the Quinny range as a result of their distinct 3 wheel design. The Quinny pushchairs have stood out from the crowd for many years as they were one of the first manufacturers to utilise the 3 wheel design. Many parents much prefer pushchairs with 3 wheels as they are often easier to steer and are very simple to manoeuvre. The 3 wheeled designs also look modern and up to the minute which many trend setting parents love.
iCandy is one brand which is favoured by celebrities, including Victoria Beckham. Many new parents wish to emulate their favourite celebrities as they feel that if a product is good enough for the celebrity’s baby, then it must be good enough for their own son or daughter. iCandy is also a British firm which was established way back in the 1930s. More and more consumers are choosing to buy British products over foreign imports as a way of supporting the UK economy, so buying a product from iCandy is a great way of supporting British manufacturing.
There are a vast range of brands of pushchairs and travel systems on the current market. Choosing the right brand is really a matter of individual taste as well as budget. Some people like to have really futuristic looking pushchairs which have modern deigns, whereas others still prefer more traditional looking prams and buggies which serve more of a practical role rather than a stylish role.
When buying a new pushchair it really is best to take the buggy for a little test drive around the shop in order to get a good feel for how the pushchair moves, how heavy it is and whether the buggy is of the right size and height. Of course, it is also very often a good idea to make sure you can fold down the pushchair and fit it into the boot of your car before you make that expensive purchase!
If you would like to learn more about different pushchair brands, including iCandy and Quinny, then take a look at the www.babybabyonline.co.uk website in order to find out more information.
Today’s parents have excellent opportunities to become very knowledgeable about their baby’s requirements. Word of mouth or talking to other parents is possibly the best way of informing your decision about choosing the products that you need. Those who have been there before you often know what really counts when choosing, for example, a pushchair or a car seat. Many will have horror stories about pushchairs purchased that didn’t fit in the boot of their car, or items they purchased that they thought would be essential, but were never or hardly used. You can learn from them! However, the design of pushchairs has really developed in the last ten years or so you will also need to investigate options yourself and do a little research.
Bugaboo is one of the more popular brands available in the UK right now. Bugaboo produce pushchairs and car seats and integrated systems for baby transport. The brand has been established for a number of years. Founded in Holland, the Bugaboo range is now global and there have been several models produced since the original Bugaboo in which first appeared on the streets of Holland in 1996. When choosing a travel option from the Bugaboo range there are quite a few options to choose from and each is available in a wide range of colours.
The Bugaboo Bee has been with us since 2007 and is one of the most established products. The Bugaboo Donkey is a more recent addition. Introduced in 2011, it is a transformable pushchair. The Bugaboo Cameleon was one of the first of Bugaboos models, and it has remained a firm favourite.
What do you need to buy along with the pushchair or car seat? Well that really depends on how you are going to get about, what time of year your child is born and how long you plan to use the pushchair for. Bugaboo have a range of products that complement their pushchairs. For example they have the sun canopy for protection, a cocoon for warmth and snuggliness, eye catching coloured seat liners and cup holders and parasols.
If you’d like to know more about the Bugaboo range then please visit our site for further details.
For many parents, when choosing a new pushchair their final decision can be swayed by what accessories the pushchair has to offer. Many pushchair models are very similar in that they can incorporate a carry cot for a new born baby, they can be used alongside an appropriate car seat brand and they can also offer baby a range of positions to enjoy the ride. Some pushchairs are more suited to rough terrain whereas others may be a little lighter and more compact and therefore more suited for city living. However, it is often the range of attractive accessories which can encourage a parent to make a decision about which brand and style of pushchair they will finally purchase.
The Quinny brand is extremely popular with parents who favour the 3-wheeler pushchair. Many parents find the 3 wheelers easier to steer and lighter to push, though it really is down to the individual parent’s tastes as to whether they prefer a conventional 4-wheeler to the modern 3-wheeler.
All Quinny pushchairs come with a range of colourful and practical accessories which can be invaluable to many modern day parents. Footmuffs in all sorts of colours can be attached to any model of the Quinny range, and for winter babies they will appreciate the soft fleecy lining which is found on the inside of the footmuff. Summer babies will need to make use of the parasol which come in various colours, and will no doubt also appreciate the cup holder on which to store a cooling drink of water.
Babystyle are yet another brand which has really gone to town with designing practical yet funky accessories for baby. The smart changing bag includes a changing mat as standard – perfect for nappy changes on days out. The bag is large enough to store a couple of bottles along with nappies and baby wipes, but is compact and can easily fit over the handle bar of any of the Babystyle pushchairs.
An additional tray can also be attached to a Babystyle pushchair which is great for those babies which are getting a little older and may want to eat a little snack when out and about or have a surface on which to place their favourite toys to keep them amused on Mum’s shopping trips.
As all parents know, children grow quickly and their requirements are constantly changing. A new born baby needs a multitude of paraphernalia, from nappies and muslin cloths to car seats and a pushchair. As the baby grows their needs change, from six months they can move onto solid food and following on from there they will grow out of their Group 0 infant carrier car seat and will be big enough to sit in the forward facing Group 1 car seat.
Of course, as the baby grows from a tiny new born into a bigger baby and then develops into a toddler, their pushchair needs will also change. A new born baby will ideally need a pushchair which can incorporate a carry cot so the baby can sleep lying flat to help the spine to develop, however as the baby grows and becomes more interested in their surroundings then they will want to sit in a more upright position so they can watch the world go by.
The Bugaboo Bee Plus pushchair is the perfect buggy to adapt to the needs of a growing infant. For the new baby the carry cot or the compatible car seat can be attached so that the sleeping baby can be transferred from the pushchair to the car and back again without being disturbed. The Bugaboo Bee Plus also features a 3-position reclining seat, so that the infant can either sit up straight, lie down flat to have a nap or just recline back when resting.
The Bugaboo Cameleon is also able to adapt to the needs of a growing child. It too can also incorporate a carry cot and car seat for a small baby, but has a flexible seat which can change position according to whether the little one wishes to face forwards or backwards and either lie down or sit up straight.
Of course, the growing baby will also appreciate the fantastic accessories which are provided for the Bugaboo Cameleon pushchair. These include a cup holder and a tray for handy drinks and snacks, a cosy foot muff to keep baby warm in the cold winter months and also a practical bag or organiser for the all-important wipes, spare nappies and toys.
For parents who like to remain trendy and stylish whilst at the same time affording their children a high level of safety and comfort, there is a new stroller on the block (or should we say on the ‘black’) which promises a comfy, practical ride in style and sophistication. The new Bugaboo Donkey All Black is the latest in the brand’s All Black special collection and it promises not to disappoint.
The All Black Collection already features the popular Bugaboo Bee and Bugaboo Cameleon3 and now welcomes the versatile convertible pushchair to the collection.
The Bugaboo Donkey is the perfect stroller for parents of twins or those who have more than one baby or young child because it is easily convertible from a mono to a duo pushchair – in fact this conversion can be achieved in just 3 simple clicks! The new All Black version will be available in stores from 1st April 2013 and will feature all of the flexibility and style that customers have come to know and love from the other donkey models.
Whether you are buying this travel system for two children of the same age, two children of different ages or just the one child, the functionality and versatility you will receive will be at the same level. This stroller is just as at home on the bumpy, rocky paths of the local nature trail as it is on the smooth, well-trodden surfaces of the high street, which makes it the ideal choice for parents who want to keep to just one stroller for every occasion.
Folding and storage is a piece of cake with the Bugaboo Donkey as it can be folded in both mono or duo configuration with the seats pointing in either direction –so there is no need to reconfigure before you put the pushchair away. This is great because as we know some children prefer to face their parents and others will want to look at the world ahead of them, so now you can configure the pushchair to suit your needs and just fold it away at the end of the day.