Brake doesn't work within a month of use
I got this stroller from baby.co.nz . Within the month of use brake didn't work which I found out hard way. My dad took the baby in bus with the stroller. He put down the brake . While the bus was about to stop the stroller moved forward and almost overturned with the baby nearly falling off the stroller on the bus as brake wasn't working. I wouldn't trust the product that gets damaged so fast and so easily.
Purchased in at Babies.co.nz for $599.
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Good quality at bargain price
The pram is easy to assemble. I thought I can never assemble a pram but I was surprised on how easy it is. The ease of just pushing and clicking the parts in place. I bought the pram with a second seat bundle. It was a bargain. I bought it for $549. The quality of the wheels are good. Basket is quite spacious. The seats have pram liners and harness cover already. The canopy is made from good sturdy material. You can actually choose from 19 different combinations if you have a bassinet or a capsule. But for me, since I have a 4 mos old and a 22 ...month old the 2 seats are perfect. However, I was a bit disappointed that I couldn't fold the whole pram with the seats. You need to remove them first before you can fold the frame. The only downside of the product is its bulky. But the overall quality, appearance and ease of use is high standard. I would still recommend it for people who are not fussy.
Purchased in at Baby Online Direct for $549.
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The pram runs well on different surfaces and its exterior look is beautiful but terribly uncomfortable to attach and detach the seats not to mention reclining the seats. Just to set it up and repack it in the car takes ages. I've had other double prams before and any other are easier and better than this one.
Purchased in for $900.
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Best Double Pram
Is it easy to maneuver?
Very. I've never had a issue with it going anywhere on Sand, Road, Gravel, Concert, Pavement and Grass.
How easy is it to fold, unfold and carry?
Its real easy to fold and unfold, I fold it with both seats still in the frame and lift it into the back of my ute which makes it a little heavy to carry but when it all apart its really easy and lite to carry.
Are you happy with the build quality?
Yes. I've had it for about 4 years now and its till going strong, it put into the back of my ute and gets a bit of a beating back there.
Sturdy and Easy to Assemble!
Pram is easy to set up and is great quality. I have been using it for almost five months. The only two issues I would have with it is that it's sometimes hard to manouver when there is heavy weight on the front (I put my bigger child on the front) and it takes up plenty of space in the boot. However I purchased it knowing it would take up more space. While it's quite long it is very great to control and I love that it has an adjustable handle - I use the handle longer when I have both seats otherwise shorten it. Also it is narrower than most double prams - including the City Select so I don't feel like I'm taking up so much space in Aisles.
Good double stroller
As a mother of 4 I have gone through about 10 prams from singles to doubles, complete travel systems to the $20 Target strollers. All have been great but each had their own issues or it outgrew its use . I needed a stroller that would accommodate my 3 month old daughter and our 2 1/2 son. Found a great deal on the Safety 1st Envy Stroller and of course read every review I found. It was easy to put together, that says alot cause I'm not one for having much patience for putting things together I usual leave it to the hubby but this was quick and ...easy. The only thing that took a bit more muscle was putting on the hoods, felt like it was too big to click on correctly. After setting it up in the combination I wanted it did look huge, I got a seat facing forward on the bottom and the seat on top facing towards me for our daughter. But the space my son has between his seat and the front seat is the best, with the other stroller his face was basically touching the front seat...of course making getting in and out abit of a challenge. Love the large sun hood and basket (depending on the seat combination you use it has decrease the space) , handle is sturdy and adjustable. Love that the wheels do not need pumping! Our other pram we actually had to carry an air pump while out . The seat has good lining, comfortable and easy to clean material. However I found my son's head touches the top head frame of the seat, nothing major I couldnt correct with a head support. The one thing that I do dislike is the design of the seats, they do not recline straight for a newborn or infant, yes you can recline, there are 3 position but I found the back reclines straight but their legs remains vertical. ..I just couldnt find a comfortable recline for my daughter. Settled on the middle recline. I have only used this stroller for about 2 weeks and only in shopping centers have not yet been on the footpath. Will update reviews again if any issues arises. So far a great stroller.
On the move!!
I could not be happier with the Envy! Easy to follow instructions to assemble. I love the fact i can easily change the front seat (4 month old) to face me expecially in head on wind and the nice narrow frame it great to maneuver in tight places. Material is both heavy duty and easy clean! I use my pram daily for long power walks and I am quite happy with it's glide!
A Combination for Every Occasion!
This pram has been a God send when out and about with Mr 2 and Miss 6 months.
It was easy to assemble and the instruction manual was clear and easy to follow. The first thing I noticed was that it had a full sized seat for both children. Very handy for when they are both older. Next was the amount of space between the two chairs. It was very generous and meant that I could easily check on bubby and my toddy had heaps of head room and room to see what was going on when underneath.
There are 19 different ways this pram can be positioned to su...
Ticks all the boxes
It was easy to assemble and interchange between the 19 (I think) different combinations. So far we have only used two as we only have the one child at the moment but it is great to know that when our family grows the stroller is ready and waiting.
Its a great pram, we use it multiple times a day and pushing around in the inner city suburb and getting on and off the trams has been so easy as it is smooth to drive, and very light. It has an adjustable handle (great for my tall husband).
We are using the seat as our daughter is already 2 years ...
Questions & Answers
One of the front wheel of my envy stroller is bent the little metal and hard to twist around how to fix it please
Which out of the 2 prams are best for purchase the Envy safty first stroller or the strider plus compact
Is there anywhere to purchase the second seat in this colour?
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|Category||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers and Double Prams & Strollers|
|Seating Type||Single and Tandem|
|Suitable Age||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||17 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Sold Separately)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Height-Adjustable Handle, Locking Front Wheels and Under-seat Storage|
|Folded Dimensions||96 x 61 x 31 cm|
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