Good for taller babies. Still going strong after 3 years.
I didn’t intend to buy this pram due to negative reviews, but I brought my tall 6month old in with me to help road test the prams and the savvi was the only one where his head wasn’t hitting the roof. It’s been fantastic and at age 3.5 he’s still happy to ride in it if he doesn’t feel like walking. Baby bunting said they were happy to fix the wheels if I had a problem with them but I never did.Show details
A lovely pram, but the wheel locking is a concern
This pram is a great size, has great features and is nice and lightweight. I can’t really fault it other than the wheel locking mentioned in almost every single review I’ve read here. I was about to cross an intersection pushing my 10mo daughter when both front wheels seemed to lock up and I almost fell forward tipping the pram it was a bit concerning and after some jiggling and repositioning I was able to cross safely. Other than that safety issue, it’s a lovely well built pram. Hoping to upgrade soon to a tandem One2V2 soon so hopefully the front wheels have had a bit more thought put into safety/smooth operation.Show details
Absolutely love this pram
I am so glad that I didn't go by the reviews of this pram. I absolutely love it my son is 19 months now and have had no issues. I find that alot of people complain about the wheels not manuvering properly. This happened me to me in woolies not long ago. All I had to do was unlock the wheels.. nothing to do with the pram just People who don't know how to use the pram properly. I love everything about it the Hood is realy good as you can unzip it to allow air to come through the mesh and unzip it when you don't want to use.it. loved the bassinet... Read morewhen my son was a newborn. Having it either way facing or facing the other way is one of my fav features even though I don't do it anymore. It's good that feature.is there still. So much things can also fit inside the pram basket. I only wish that I owned this pram for my 6 year old also. The only thing I have to say it's very bulky doesn't change my mind on how much this pram is amazing.
This pram was perfect until a few months in when the front wheels started to get stuck on a 90 degree angle and refuse to move. You have to manually kick them back into place. Very frustrating, especially in a shopping centre.
Other than this one very large flaw, it would be the perfect pram. Lightweight, easy to use, front or parent facing, bassinet to stroller. If the wheel issue got fixed, I would rate it 5 stars.
Updated review, Horrible front wheel within 4 months BUT applying a bit of WD-40 (Tx Marks handyman) fixes the problem.
Wasn't very satisfied because of the wheel locking issue, however thanks to Marks handyman services' review, cleaning the wheels after removing em and applying a bit of lubricant works like a magic trick! Happy wife, Happy life! woohoo!
The staff at baby bunting should have been made aware of this things, so then can communicate to customers. other than that, really happy with the pram!
Not very satisfied with the Pram! Bought it at the end of November 2020. Bought it as it was recommended by the Baby Buntin... Read moreg sales staff! As the other reviews suggest, initially this was a great Pram but after only 4 months the front wheel buckles and locks!! Everything is good except the front wheel! and they are so bad that it is becoming a safety issue for me and the Mrs.. The front wheel frequently locks while you try to maneuver tight corners (in shopping mall and Target/ Kmart / BigW stores) or moving from reverse to front. Apart from the wheels, everything is good.. but the front wheels definitely raises serious safety concerns. Attached is the video that showcase how the front wheels locks and makes it difficult to move unless you manually push the wheels to proper direction. This is especially dangerous when you're crossing the road! it becomes almost impossible to instantly maneuver if / when you get in that situation!
Do Not Buy
Initially this pram was great, however my son is only 7 months old and the wheels continuously buckle and lock. It is so dangerous! I purchased the pram based on reviews last year during lockdown in Melbourne so wasn't actually able to visit a store to try it out.
I have been stuck now 3 times whilst crossing a road with crossing lights and have had to literally drag the pram across the road to avoid traffic hitting us.
I will be lodging a claim with baby bunting this week to request a refund as the pram is a seriously safety issue.
Perfect all in 1 pram
Very satisfied, great on different terrains. My baby sleeps well in pram, light weight and easy to use! Great that’s it can be used for a newborn and a confident sitting toddler. Definitely recommend the purchase!Show details
Worst pram !!!!
I brought this pram in March and had my baby in August since I first started using it the wheels would lock , recently when I went down a escalator the wheels locked and my pram almost flipped, this pram needs to be recalled after reading the reviews as it’s a big safety issue...Show details
Does there need to be a safety recall?
I purchased this pram by recommendation from the staff at baby bunting, and honestly it could actually be an amazing pram!! My issue is the front wheel that would 'trolley' or the whole front left wheel would wiggle side to side(about a 45° angle) while moving! Then the connector from the bassinet was I'm guessing bent as it ended up ripping the whole lining from my seat.
My main issue was the wheel so I rang Britax as the pram was less than 4 months old, was informed to return to baby bunting, that being a whole situation in its self, after b
Yes well the wheel problem simple thing it's called silicone spray
Everyone seems to complain about the wheels there is a simple fix it's part of general maintenance simply pop the wheels back out with the release buttons 1 on every wheel and pull them out and give the shaft and the inside of the connection a good spray with silicone spray is best but CRC WD-40 or spray oils will work but may attract dirt and dust that's why silicone spray is best as it doesn't attract dirt as it's a dry lubricant that protects against moisture but if dirt is found in their give it a good clean out with CRC or WD-40 first and... Read moresimply pop back together and should be as good as new if not repeat process and may be if the shaft part is rusty a bit of fine sand paper a good sand to get rid of the rust could help as the rust will cause drama hope this is helpful as the pram is actually a really good pram with correct and simple maintenance . I love this pram and you would have had your reasons for getting it as well and you will be happy with it again with these simple tips / steps In pics shows buttons and slides for back wheels
Wouldn't buy again
Great for going straight but wheels will get stuck when turning and just slide. I have to stop and move the wheel with my hand to get it going againShow details
Very unhappy with this pram
So unhappy about this pram. We bought it during lockdown without looking at the reviews. The wheels bow and don’t swivel correctly. I almost fell onto my baby trying to get of an escalator. Only been using it for three months, I contacted Britax for support and warranty and they told me it was a ‘maintenance issue’ that I need to clean it and sent me a link to their page. Which is so disappointing because the pram itself would have been great with all of its other features. Won’t ever be buying their brand again!Show details
Wheels lock and very dangerous
I wish I bought another pram. The front wheels lock sideways and i dread crossing the road as it's dangerous and you get stuck . It is easy to fold up but that is where the pro's end.Show details
Front wheels are terrible
I have been using this pram for nearly 9 months. It is difficult to go even straight just after lifting up front wheels or down for small steps. Front wheels are terrible! I emailed steelcraft and what I heard from them was “talk to the retailer you bought” I bought this pram to use everyday... I kept using with this terrible front wheels with the problem but finally it’s completely broken now. I can’t go straight or turn even flat ground!! It is the worst timing as we are off to holiday soon... I am contacting the retailer but I don’t think they will lend us a pram. We would need to survive with a baby carrier during holiday. I do not recommend this pram. If I could go back to the time I bought, I would definitely choose other pram.Show details
Doesn't work very well
Its looks nice but gets stuck unfolding it and wheels jam up also i can't use it as the pram seat piece won't plug into the pram only have used the pram seat twice.Show details
Questions & Answers
Where can I get a new steel craft savvi stroller bassinet liner? And also is there any adapters I can get to connect a maxi Cosi capsule on the pram?
Hi Rachael, thank you for your message the cost of a bassinet liner is $42.42 this price does include the postage and handling charge. if you would like to order please email your name, address and contact phone no. to email@example.com quote part no. #99966405
The Maxi Cosi capsule is not compatible with our Steelcraft Savvi Stroller, Kind Regards the Steelcraft team.
The seat connector is broken, can the connector be replaced or the entire seat or pram?
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|Category||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||20 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Included)|
|Features||Arm Bar, Locking Front Wheels and Under-seat Storage|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Folded Dimensions||27.5 x 62 x 72 cm|
- GTIN13: 9311742301722 and 9311742301753
- Award Winner 2023
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