Jane Trider review
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- Travel system
- World and parent facing
The Jane Trider pushchair is a three-wheel off-roader travel system that can be used with a car seat or carrycot - although you'll have to pay extra for these. Its unusual styling means it'll stand out at the Mum and Baby coffee morning, but is it any good? We gave it to parents and lab experts to put this pushchair to the test.
- Pros and cons
- Use the carrycot for newborns
- Getting around is easy
- Easy to fold, less easy to store
- No of wheels3
- Maximum age in months-
- Maximum weight15kg
- Claimed storage size (kg)-
- Contact phone number028 9084 9045
- Manufacturer URLHttp://www.johnstonprams.co.uk/
- Additional info We introduced new pushchair tests in 2015, and again in 2018. This model will not be directly comparable to those tested after 2015.
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