The new Mothercare Xpedior pramette is priced at a competitive £250 with a child car seat and carrycot built in. But will the low price mean it’s low quality? We cast our expert eye over it to find out if it’s good value for money.
The Xpedior travel system has a convertible pushchair seat that allows you to turn it into a carrycot and vice versa, so you don’t have to store a separate carrycot.
We took the pushchair out – running it over rough and smooth ground, folding it, converting it, reversing the seat to face forwards and backwards and adjusting the back and foot rest – to see whether the great price has translated into a great pushchair.
Find out what we thought in our first look review of the Mothercare Xpedior.
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Mothercare Xpedior pushchair
As well as being able to convert the seat, you can also turn it to face forwards or backwards.
The Xpedior comes in royal blue or plum and the price also includes a rain cover, hood, apron, liner and Mothercare child car seat.
If a pramette pushchair appeals to you, take a look at our reviews of other converting pushchairs, such as the Mothercare Orb or .
Over the years we’ve tested hundreds of pushchairs in our labs, spending over £70,000 a year. All our tests are based on what matters to you most, so you can avoid buying a pushchair that makes your life as a parent more, rather than less, stressful.
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