Micralite Supalite

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Micralite Supalite Lightweight Pushchair Review

by Mother & Baby Team |
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A fashionable, sporty-looking buggy that’s really light and easy to manoeuvre. Read our review of this lightweight pushchair, rated in the May 2015 issue of M&B.

The Supalite comes into its own off-road, on country lanes or paths where the terrain is mixed.

It coped with everything we threw at it, including an unexpected shower! However, it’s not the most compact of the models we tested, so might not fit into tiny car boots. But it’s light enough to lift comfortably.

Other plus points include the recline function, the high position of the seat and the decent-size storage basket. Connectors are available to attach a car seat and bassinet too.

Merry Algie, 32, from London, mum to Edeline, six months, said: ‘Excellent ‘off-roader’ which just about fits down the bus aisle. Light enough to carry and easy to open/close. Also easy to manoeuvre with one hand.’

Becky Dickinson, 41, from Devon, mum to Jonas, eight, Daisy, five, and Anya, two, said: ‘The easiest to fold, but not that compact, so better for bigger car boots. It feels sporty and strong. Style-wise, I think it stands out from the crowd.’

Natasha Harding, 40, from Kent, mum to Alexa, 14 months, said: ‘Trendy, super-light and incredibly easy to fold and adjust. One minor complaint: I couldn’t hang my changing bag or shopping on the handles.’

Weighs: 6.2kg

Available from: micralite.com

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