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Safety 1st Wanderer X

Safety 1st Wanderer X

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    JenniferGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC
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    Poorly Designed and Heavy


    This was the first item we bought for our new baby and I I guess we didn't really know what we should have been looking for. It's too heavy and really big when folded- taking up almost the whole of my large SUVs boot space. It also has a strange padded flap that sits on top of my baby's head when upright- I think it's supposed to be there for when they're lying flat, but it's poorly designed so that it falls down onto baby. I was going to try to ride it out and just get a stroller to use instead, but at 6.5 months baby is already too long for this one and too small for a stroller- so we'll be getting a new pram now too.

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    Questions & Answers

    Zoe C.
    Zoe C.asked
    Wanderer X

    Interested in buying this pram.i have the safety 1st wanderer 3 wheels now and wanting to know if the capsule and adapters from this is compatible with the new safety 1st wanderer x.thanks.

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    Wanderer X

    Can the pram be put down with the normal seat facing you as I am having issues with this? There seems to be an issue with one of the bars hitting the footrest and it won't click in.

    1 answer

    I don't think it can be. Personally, I have a small car so I always detach the seat from the body before packing it in the car, so I have only tried once or twice and it didn't seem to work.

    Courttney Henshaw
    Courttney Henshawasked
    Wanderer X

    Hey, I'm interested in purchasing this pram and I was curious how it changes front rearward to frontward facing, and is it easy? I've tried YouTube and had no luck

    1 answer

    The top seat part detaches from the main carrige, you do this when you fold it too. It's pretty simple; using a button on each side (I do one at a time, because one side requires you to push a button down and in, for secure locking) and you just face the seat forwards or backwards and click it back into place.

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    Category3-Wheel Prams & Strollers
    Price (RRP) $549.00
    Seating TypeSingle
    Suitable Age0+ months
    Max User Weight 17 kg
    Seat OrientationReversible
    Bassinet CompatibleYes (Sold Separately)
    Capsule CompatibleYes, with addition of adapters
    FeaturesArm Bar, Height-Adjustable Handle, Locking Front Wheels, Suspension and Under-seat Storage
    Wheel MaterialSolid
    Weight13 kg
    Folded Dimensions119 x 43 x 66 cm
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