Mothercare Orb Pram and Pushchair – Review
I have been searching for a good pushchair for a while for my younger daughter who is 2 month old now. The good pushchair is very difficult to choose, especially online, so I decided rather than waiting to see if the online ordered one would be good or not, we went to all the shops we could possibly go and see the pushchairs. Once I saw the Orb Pram and Pushchair in Mothercare, I knew it was the one we were looking for.
Features and benefits for mothercare orb all terrain pram and pushchair – teal
- suitable from birth
- the unique one-hand rotation offers forward and parent-facing versatility
- orb converts easily from lie flat pram to multi position pushchair without the use of a separate carry cot
- luxury quilted pram liner provides more warmth and can be converted to become a seat liner, and is machine washable
- cosytoe with extra soft lining
- seat adjusts to 3 comfortable positions with easy one hand recline
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I had a similar pushchair for my elder daughter, but this one is something special to me. It is so comfortable to use. You just have to try it. It has a super easy handle, which you can use to lift up and down and also turn around in order to make the seat more comfortable – you can face baby to your side or the other side. Orb also allows you to fit any kind of lining inside if you want to use it as a bad for your newborn. Once lifted as a seat, you can be sure that your child sits there very safely, with a lot of room around the child on the back, on the sides and near the legs. Last, but not least, the storage underneath is so useful, it fits plenty, I mean plenty stuff inside. Four wheels makes it super reliable, easy and secure. My daughters really love it.
We have tested this in all kinds of weather, rain cover up is also very useful. If you are someone living in London, you know what I am talking about 🙂 If you are someone living where you get a lot of snow, this will also be very useful for you 🙂
I will not write here all the details of how to assemble it as you can check the Mothercare youtube video which gives a detailed tour and demo of the pram – I found it really useful when assembling the prom.
I would highly recommend this pushchair to anyone looking for a high quality pram at a reasonable price.
It usually retails for £450, but at the moment you can get it for £325 at Mothercare.