Lollipop Lane Acti-Cruise Stroller

from Lollipop Lane
RRP  £94.99

by motherandbaby |
Published on

Lollipop Lane’s Acti-Cruise Stroller is lightweight and manoeuvres well. It folds easily and fits conveniently into the car. The 5-point harness is great – very safe, and the padded cushion for baby’s head is a nice feature. The seat reclines and includes a bar across the front, which is good for an older child who doesn’t need straps (the bar can also be removed!).

The stroller comes with a cup holder, rain cover and a zip-pocket at the back of the seat. The brake is effective and the basket is a fair size albeit difficult to access. The hood could be bigger and extendible handles would be a nice improvement.

The stroller is good value for money and with a few tweaks could be an exceptional product.

Product Information

  • Includes removable cup holder, rain cover and reversible padded seat liner.

  • Suitable from birth

  • Easy to fold & store

  • 3 position back rest

  • 5 point harness

  • Removable arm rest

  • Adjustable foot rest

  • Foldable canopy with front shade visor

  • Window & zip storage pocket

  • Handle grip made of soft, comfortable EVA foam

  • Large storage basket

  • Rear wheels with suspension & link brake

  • Front wheels with swivel & link brake

  • Removable,non- puncture, foam filled tyres

  • Safety lock

  • Weight 6.9kg

  • Maximum user Weight: 15kg

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