Pushchairs: Compare features & prices Bebecar Ip-op review http://www.which.co.uk/baby-and-child/baby-transport/reviews/pushchairs/bebecar-ip-op/review/
The Bebecar Ip-op pushchair is suitable from birth to 15kg, and works as a travel system in conjunction with a compatible car seat. The Ip-op pushchair also comes with a hood, foot muff, apron and carry cot - but is it a worthwhile investment? We put it to the test to find out.
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I spent a long time looking at all makes of prams before seeing this in an independent nursery store on a 'Bebecar' display stand which caught my eye. I could quickly see it was the best pram I had seen. The build quality is superb and it is so comfortable for my new son. Other well known brands seem so rickety and less stable than the Ip-Op. It folds very easily and to quite a small size, the carrycot is both roomy and cosy and the pushchair and car seat fit really easily onto the frame.I would recommend Bebecar to anyone looking for a new pram, because unlike other makes it seems to be designed primarily around keeping the baby safe and comfortable - which is surely what all new mums want more than anything else.
I bought this for my first baby and loved it! The carry cot is a decent size, and cosy. It is sturdy and handles well when out and about. The car seat is easy to attach and take off. My daughter loves to sit up in the seat, which easily converts to lie-flat when she is sleeping. The basket is adequate for holding shopping. A few downsides include the car seat is not isofix compatible, you have to take apart the seat and chasis for putting in the car, when the footmuff is on, the hood cannot attach.
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