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Love 'n' Care Trixi Stroller
Looks good... Any experiences?


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#1 treefalls

Posted 30 November 2012 - 02:18 PM

Hi everyone,

I just had a look at one of these today. It looks pretty good (apart from miniscule storage basket underneath). I currently use a Mountain Buggy Swift so it's not too much of a departure from that - although I now have a natural suspicion of any non-air-filled tyres... I'm wondering what you're supposed to do if something goes wrong with them?

Anyway, would love to hear from anyone else who has the Trixi - Or, failing that, another comparable Love 'n' Care pram, as I have never owned anything made by them.

Thanks!

#2 treefalls

Posted 30 November 2012 - 02:34 PM

Anyone?? - I've got the option to buy one over the next couple of days so hope to get some feedback! original.gif

#3 treefalls

Posted 02 December 2012 - 08:37 PM

Oh well, looks like it's just me  rolleyes.gif

Well, FWIW... if anyone else comes along, I bought the thing yesterday. Took it out today and it seems really good. I think they held a special design forum to see how they could make the basket underneath as small and inaccessible as possible, but otherwise I am amazed at the size it is when it's in use compared with the folded down size. Looks like it would fit in a backpack! I'll report back later once I've used it for a while and got more to say about it.


#4 daisyt

Posted 02 December 2012 - 09:11 PM

Hi there,

I can't comment on the 'trixie', but we purchased the Love n Care Delta
when DD was born, and honestly, i hated it!
It was just so hard to push, and cumbersome!! Seemed ok in the shop, but when i actually did long walks with it i was nearly in tears!
Wasn't just me either! DP, and my mum both felt the same!
Anyway, we bought a mountain buggy when DD was 10 months old, and it is a dream pram!
It's light and easy to push (i can manoeuvre it with one hand!) and it folds down in seconds!
I rave about it like it's a car!
Just wish i had of bought it first. original.gif




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