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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.
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.
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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).
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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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