John Lewis 2-in-1 Pushchair & Carrycot review
***May 2022 update***
John Lewis has alerted us that it is recalling the 2-in-1 Pushchair & Carrycot because of a potential safety issue. They have advised that there is a tipping issue with the carrycot so there is potential for a small child to fall out when the product is in use, causing injuries to the user.
We've made this product a Don't Buy. We’ve done this to make owners and potential owners aware of the safety problems that exist with some of these pushchairs.
This is affecting products bought between 01/11/2021 and 13/05/2022. If you have bought this pushchair between these dates, stop using it immediately. For more information on what to do, visit this link on the John Lewis website:
Test scoreShow Context
- Pram and pushchair
- Travel system
- World and parent facing
This John Lewis & Partners 2-in-1 Pushchair & Carrycot is designed to see your baby through from birth to around four years old. John Lewis claims it has suspension on the wheels for a smooth ride as well as being lightweight and easy to fold. We've been told that this pushchair has a safety issue. Read the safety alert for more information.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What’s it like to push?
- Is it straightforward to use with your child?
- Is it easy to fold, transport and store?
- Is it safe and sturdy?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
- TypePram and pushchair
- No of wheels4
- Maximum weight22kg
- Claimed storage size (kg)2
- Contact phone number03456 080 675
- Manufacturer URLHttps://www.johnlewis.com/
- Additional info We introduced new pushchair tests in 2015, 2018 and again in 2019. This model will not be directly comparable to those tested before October 2019.
- 0%Lowest score
- 64%Average score
- 87%Highest score
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