2Dymples Easy Stroller

Dymples Easy Stroller

2Dymples Easy Stroller

16 reviews


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16 reviews
GloriaIllawarra, NSW2 posts


2 front plastic wheels collapse sending 20 mth old tumbling forward onto concrete path on its first use. Grazed forehead and cheek. Toddler under 15kg?! Waste of money. Ruined Xmas eve. Show details
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Katie11 posts

Not what I thought it was

After reading the reviews I decided to buy this for my 2.5 year old. You get what you pay for. Was terrible walking around a zoo with flat dirt paths, it might be ok on cement but haven't tried. Also doesn't say on the website what the weight limit is, on the instruction manual it has 15kg. My 2.5 year old is around 15kg or just under and it was hard to push. Piece of junk. Going to try and find one with a higher weight limit. Show details
MaM13 posts

Fantastic build for the price

We bought the pram to take to Bali with us thinking it would only last for the trip (considering bad roads over there). The little pram really surprised us as not only it lasted extremely well but also it had fantastic manouverability and overall toughness! Still going strong (mind you, we had it for a 15kg 3yo!) - very pleasantly surprised. Show details
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blueowlNSW, 215510 posts

Cheap and works well

For the price, can’t complain much. It’s lightweight and convenient to use. Especially when you’re travelling and has got tons of other stuff to bring along. Wish it could have longer sun shade Show details
LivNarre Warren6 posts

Great value for money!

This pram is great value for money! We recently purchased to take it travelling and it didn't let us down. It was easy and light to travel with and loved that it came in colours rather than just black! The basket at the bottom is a great size for a quick shop! Just don't pop anything little in there as there are gaps so it could fall out. It travelled well and is still in great condition now we're home. For $19 you can't go wrong!

NettaMackay2 posts

This is ideal for our family

With triplets in the family the 3 strollers can fit on the floor in the back seat of the 4WD of both the wagon & dual cab if necessary. Durable & they dry quickly if they get wet, lightweight & easy to maneuver when out & about. The sunshade folds back if not needed & the stroller is easy to fold down & put up. The quality is strong enough for our purposes, however we do take care with the strollers to try to ensure that they last for as long as we need them. The family live out of town so the strollers are used on rough ground & so far they have proved their worth many times over.

Mini B
Mini BWaterford West5 posts

Ok for kids that don’t fall asleep

It isn’t the best to try to push one handed but easy for unfold and fold back up. The only thing I do not like is it’s uncomfortable for your child if they do fall asleep in it as you can’t lay it down or have anything soft for their head.

Peter Michal
Peter Michal9 posts

light and easy

easy to use and light enough to just chuck it in the back seat of the car. we bought uit to take to my mother in laws farm and it l9ives there. surprisingly its not to bad going through the dirt. my son is 6 months old and a chunky monkey and its light enough that his weight doesnt mater

Will Dias
Will DiasPerth7 posts

Space-saver for quick travels

We have another stroller that is sturdy and comfortable but it takes all of our boot space. So when we saw the umbrella-type stroller, thought of giving it a go. It takes less than half of the space the other took, it is quick and easy to set up, goes well on shopping centers (even in the parks, just keep it within the paths and you're fine) and seems quite firm!

The few drawbacks are that it offers no adjustments, the seat belts don't seem that strong, the foldable sun cover doesn't cover much (really) and mine seems to be misaligned. I tried working on the angles with my tools but all wheels still point towards in. But it goes very well, really worth - it costs almost nothing!

TaylahSouth East Queensland, QLD8 posts

Worst stroller ever

It is a terrible stroller but i suppose you cant complain too much considering the price. Would only buy this stroller if i was desperate. Worst maneuverability, rough and difficult to push, terrible build and quality. The only positive apart from the price is that it is easy to pack and its lightweight

MZoey94Nevertire7 posts

Perfect for a casual stroller

Great pram, overall.

Maneuvering is easy, folding and unfolding is practical, very compact which is great if your looking for boot space (after having a bulky pram). The quality is overall good, only issue is the bottom basket isn't very big or very good quality, mine has broken within a few months.

Good value for money for the toddler that doesn't want to walk.

honeysydney5 posts


Good and compact stroller with cheap and best price...very eas to use and very easy to fold..its good for older kids like 3plus.they can use it nicely.only if they sleep it's bit difficult with neck position as it don't have any push back.but it is very good and decent for the price.easy to fold as well.li liked it.

Skittles Miss
Skittles MissMaryborough13 posts

Good for bigger babies

Great for bigger bubs when you're just cruising around the shop or have limited boot space. It folds up small, and doesn't weigh much. Very very cheap, yet quite sturdy. My 16kg daughter still uses it from time to time when needed, and it held up quite well. We've had it for almost a year, and so far so good. It still looks brand new, and hasn't shown any signs of giving up anytime soon.

ollieohCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC84 posts
owiselittleoneSydney, NSW3 posts

Love it! Perfect 2nd pram

Brought this for my mum to use. Initially we wanted to get the zuzu one but found this one much sturdier and wider. Quite light and perfect for those quick trips. Very easy to fold and unfold as well. Love it so much now I want to buy one for myself

Questions & Answers

Leonie J.
Leonie J.

How do you strap toddler into stroller

Suzanne D.
Suzanne D.

How do you use the seat beat

Jennifer Middleton
Jennifer Middleton

Good day! I’ll like this product so that why I want to put in the box and send overseas and give to my granddaughter because it’s easy to carry... but it’s not fit on the box and I can’t detached the screws are different... please help me for this.

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  • The current iteration of the Dymples Easy Stroller is the Easy Stroller Lite.
  • The Easy Stroller Lite is suitable for kids aged 6 months to 3 years old.
  • The stroller features a five point harness to keep your child secure, and a sunshade canopy to protect them from the elements.
  • It’s made of painted iron tubes, mainly PP and PA plastics, and dyed fabrics.
  • This product meets the requirements of the AS/NZS 2088:2013 and relevant Australian regulations.
Category4-Wheel Prams & Strollers
Price (RRP) $22
Seating TypeSingle
Convertible No
Suitable Age12+ months
Seat OrientationForward-facing
Bassinet CompatibleNo
Capsule CompatibleNo
FeaturesUnder-seat Storage
Wheel MaterialSolid
Weight4.6 kg
Release date

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