Is this a stroller or a range rover?
That's what my husband said when it arrived. And yet it is very easy to fold and transport. We bought this because we are trail runners. And it really is built to take the trails like a champ, although it is a little wide for the single track stuff. We also love it around town. And it is very comfy for our baby girl. She loves the shoulder cushions and the grip bar. She is also pretty small (9 months), but the doctor said with the five point harness and the low center design she should be great. My husband did mention that the instructions aren't very helpful, but that it was still pretty easy to figure out assembly. Overall, well worth the cost. You are paying for quality, and we were just so pleased.
Best cross country stroller by far
If you want a buggy that can handle variable terrain then this is the one for you. We did our homework as we wanted to go across paddocks, on the beach, gravel etc and be able to run with the stroller if required. We shortlisted this one and bought it on sale at baby bunting and so sooo pleased we did. Worth every penny. We also bought the sun shade which was exy ($50) and doesn't block all the sun (we still use a muslin over the stroller too)
Been the best pram that goes lots of places! The 4WD of prams.
I got this pram in 2016 when I was pregnant so I think it must’ve been the 2015 model (latest one out at the time). It was part of a capsule package where I got the pram, a second set of wheels, capsule, adapter clips for pram, capsule base for car and a capsule sunshade. As it came with a larger spare set of wheels for “off road terrain” the only downside I have is when they’re on they don’t fit in my Subaru hatch boot. The pram itself has been the best! I’ve had compliments on it, find myself in the car only minutes after getting back to it d...ue to the simple one flick/twist dissembling. The pram itself enables optional attachments. I often used a capsule clipped on to it, a bassinet and just the pram itself with the sunshade. I got it in the colour graphite which was a great option! The padded seat insert wipes down very easily and in my 3 years of owning it, there are no stains on it. The seat reclines and inclines simply by tightening the buckle straps behind it, there is a drink holder on either side and there are zip storage pockets on either side of sunshade/hood and at the bottom on the compartment near the wheels. The compartment at the bottom fits a lot but I don’t know if I like the triangular shape of it (wider or rounder would fit more). Overall this has been an excellent pram and I would definitely buy again, although it’s still in pretty new condition so I can see it lasting us much longer!
Pram OK but not sure if I would buy another.
Nice enough pram with decent size wheels, easy to use on most terrain, kid seems to like it.
Not without faults
1. Creaky frame, I have added some big pop rivets where the tubes enter the hinges and it is now quiet.
2. As mentioned in other reviews, brake drums can scrape on hub making noise, usually fixed by removing/refitting wheel.
3. Poor after service, the hand brake cable broke and I was basically told I broke it as I wasn't running when I used it??? After much back and forth they supplied me the new cable and I fitted it, all good no...
Very easy, sturdy, off road and safe! Perfect Pram
This pram is so easy to maneuver especially on grass, rocky areas and up hills. I love how you can push and control it with one hand so if you need to hold your little one you can. The pram shade-cover comes all the way down and adjusts so sun doesn't get on the baby. This is a feature a lot of their prams don't have as they are fixed. I love my pram so much. Jogging, walking, bush, city...it just moves well. It looks great. The extra brake on the top, 5 point harness and suspension in the wheels makes it the safest pram that you can't be...at. My sister's pram doesn't have the suspension or rubber wheels and her pram tips on slight uneven paths or little hills That is what sold me. I didn't want my newborn falling out of the attached bassinet. Highly recommend paying the extra for the bassinet.
Great for long walks
I had done a huge amount of online research before buying our first pram in 2013 and again before buying this one. We needed a robust buggy to cope with the long walks we take every day.
It's still early days as we've only had the pram a couple of weeks but so far - very happy!
Beautifully smooth and light to push even with one hand and super easy to manoeuvre
Hand brake useful particularly for jogging
Hood coverage good as you can undo the domes to angle down even further
Love the different zipped pockets for keys, phone etc plus two bottle holders
Both my nearly 4 yr old and 6 month old seem very comfortable in it ...
Good all-rounder... but not ideal for a running
Very easy to fold and quite easy to pick up and get into the car... doesn't take up the whole boot either which is nice. I like the adjustable handlebar and the backrest adjustment, both simple and easy to use. The seatbelt is amazing... 5 point harness which locks each point separately and best part is one click and your out. Sunshade is short however you can unbutton it to position for better coverage which is a great design idea. As for running, unfortunately not as easy to manoeuvre as other prams I have used. The new and improved suspen...sion left alot to be desired... suspension is only on the rear wheels. The wheel locking is manual which again is not as good as other prams I have used but not terrible. The build quality apears ok, looks like a nice neat clean pram... I recommend only for all terrain walking...
Best pram i've ever bought
Easy to maneuver and get over curbs, rough terrain, dips. Easy over sand and grass. Can steer perfectly with one hand. The hand brake makes it easy to go down hills or anywhere steep
Material is easy to pull of and wash. the build is sturdy. Great for jogging but baby will need a head cushion for the movement. Easy one fold and open. Its a heavy pram but the one fold makes it super easy to get in and out of the car - it means there is not much holding or lifting of the pram, so weight isn't really an issue.
I've owned a bugaboo cameleon (worst pram ever) and a BEE3 (great pram but not alot of maneuverability with the wheels) MB Terrain is my fav!!!
Great Pram - REally Happy
I was a bit bias when selecting my first pram as wanted to support the NZ Mountain Buggy from the start, but I have genuinely been really happy with it. I am an active mother - I go walking a LOT and find this pram super easy to maneuver and love the accessories to convert it for the different age stages they go through. Only thing I found was the wheels seemed to not hold their air quite as well as i expected but not a biggie.
Had to return this pram because it has a fault in the wheels/brake where the brake cable or the brake mechanisim scrapes on the wheel which is made worse the more weight on the wheels. The handbrake is also unsatisfactory. The store where I purchased it attempted to fix the issue without success. I was told that I was not the only customer that had this issue. In addition it is heavy and takes up the whole boot. Do not buy this pram!!
Questions & Answers
How is the 5 point harness for ease of strapping in your wiggly child? I'm worried that with 4 clips to fasten, instead of 2, I will quickly grow to dislike MB.
My terrain only has two, the shoulder clips are seperate and don't need to be undone and done back up again. My second child is especially wriggly and so far so good!!
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|Category||3-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||12+ months|
|Max User Weight||25 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Sold Separately)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Arm Bar, Cup Holder, Height-Adjustable Handle, Locking Front Wheels, Suspension and Under-seat Storage|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
|Folded Dimensions||93 x 63 x 39 cm|
- GTIN12: 022791882429
- GTIN13: 9420015725421
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