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The only person in the world who doesn't rate this pram.
I seem to be the only person who doesn't like the Stokke! It moves well, I like that. BUT the funky looking push bar doesn't allow for your baby bag to attach! It gets stuck folding and my least fav part, the stupid bag underneath for shopping. O sit and envy all the mums with their massive undercompartments for all their shopping. Try a few first!
Not so practical but yet I love it
This pram is great quality, you can tell.. but it’s shocking at the same time with the amount of time it takes to assemble, it’s like an adult jigsaw.. buttons here, clips there, a weird bag that clips to the bottom as the basket.. super bizzare but it’s very steady, but heavy.
The best pram by far
I have used this pram for my 1yr old son and absolutely love it. The turning circle is great its so easy to use sturdy and just so easy. I dont think there is anything that I would change about this pram. Its simply a dream to have owned and used for the last year. I would recommend it to anyone. The different seating positions the fact that your baby is so high up and when you turn it around at a restaurant its like a high chair just amazing. The only tiny down fall is if you have small boot space in your car not great as the Frame is quite lo...ng but as I have a station wagon its not been a problem for me at all. I'm now pregnant with a second and am looking for a double pram with alot of disappointment. They are either so wide its uncomfortable to move or one of your children in under the other or they are just so long. But today I saw the new Stokke double pram. I'm in love with it as this one has been amazing. Crossing my fingers that its half as good as my beautiful explore. Maybe the length of the fram in the boot of the car but i have a station wagon so no big deal for me.
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Amazing pram and customer support!
I own a Stokke Xplory V2 pram and absolutely love it! It is an amazing design that elevates my baby so much higher than any other pram or stroller does. He loves facing me and interacting! Really brilliant pram, the accessories are lovely too and the shopping basket is quite huge even though it looks so neat and tidy when it is empty. Own an Xplory and you will be the envy and the talk of the town for sure (we have been but I love it). They have outstanding customer support too, I contacted them twice and both times they were excellent, so help...ful and dealt with me really quickly! I have owned over 20 different prams and stroller but settled for this as this ticks pretty much all boxes for us! the design, heigh of the seat, can face either way, excellent customer support no all terrain tyres, takes up a bit of room in the boot
Amazing head-turner pram
It's as amazing as every reviewer says it is - and I didn't believe it until I actually started using ours! People stop and stare, walk and stare, compliment out loud, stop us to comment on it, stop us to ask what brand it is or even give them an on-the-spot review! They're just amazed at how high bub is and think the Xplory is just one cool stroller!
In the beginning, it was a pain to get the handle of collapsing and loading it into the car. While sleek and minimalist looking, the number of buttons and levers to systematically control was a...little daunting. But after a few tries, it gets easier. The only big issue we've found right now with our V2 seat is that the white upwards unlatching lever to remove the seat is a big pain! Some newer seats of the V2 have improved unlatching, but we're awaiting the arrival of our V3 seat upgrade. (Yes, you can actually just purchase the new seat alone and it will fit onto the original chasis. Another great plus.) Besides that, it's a great stroller in shopping malls and on paved sidewalks/roads. It's easy to manoeuvre in crowds and narrow (but wide enough for the stroller) aisles. I've even navigated the stroller through a crowded shopping mall with one hand, once! I didn't think this was special until I actually helped a friend push her Bugaboo Chameleon... oh gawd, the Bugaboo was so hard to push and maneuver! I also love the fact that I don't need to have bub sit in a grimy restaurant highchair, she continues using the Xplory as her chair at the table and can be included in our conversation and meals. This stroller is definitely a great social interaction medium for bub. Great urban stroller, easy to maneuver (with one hand even!), bub in highchair level, 5 seat levels & positioning, encourages bub's social skills Expensive, not great on terrain/grass, some V1/V2 seat models are hard to remove off chassis
This is now being used for my second child after being used constantly for over 3.5 years with my first child.
I love it, everything about it and wouldn't hesitate recommending it to anyone.
I love the height factor. My child is up nice and high to communicate with. Whilst tiny I an change their nappy in the pram on a change mat without bending down and without having to use shopping centre change tables. I love when in the seat it can be pushed up to cafe table height to use as a high chair.
Love how the back wheels fold in to use as a trolley up and down any stairs
I could go on forever
Takes up large boot space
Enjoying every moment with our pram and going for long walks with in 1-2 a day. Best parts for us compared with other prams we looked at:
- backward and forward looking seat is a great plus
- seat angle can be adjusted, so can put it down if our girl wants to sleep
- very easy to disassemble / fold up for car transport
- easily navigated through shops with one hand
Also bought the parasol, but found a large muslin attached to the top wih bulldog clips the more practical solution, so wouldn't recommend
Super versatile, Well build, extremely well thought through design
A bit heavy, bag a bit smallish (but still ok for us)
This pram is terrible for the back , I suffered from siatica during pregnancy and I bought this pram with the idea to be carefull with my back.
Because of the weight I could not use it for a month after giving birth: too heavy to bring it in and out.
Moreover the material it is made of is a very poor quality,not made in norway for sure ....
Heavy, difficult to fold,unstable,
|Category||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
|Release date||Sept 2012|
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