Nuna TRIV review

from Nuna
RRP  £600.00

by motherandbaby |
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There is now a newer version of the TRIV, called the Nuna TRIV Next.

Overview of the Nuna TRIV


Very compact when folded


Easy to steer


Poor suspension

Testing the Nuna TRIV

Nuna TRIV awards

Our mum testers loved the look of the Nuna TRIV, and they liked the colours and materials used. That and the way this pushchair easily folds were the real highlights.

"I liked the look of this pushchair. The materials were nice and it came in a nice colour. It folded up so easily and I liked the carry handle once it was folded."

Manoeuvring the pushchair could be done with ease, but our parent testers did struggle to get it up kerbs easily and smoothly. They did however love that the handle was easily adjustable and the room in the basket was a big win for our mums.

"I think it's very easy to push, except it is a bit difficult to mount kerb with a heavier older baby. It is so easy to fold down and pop back up. I love the spaciousness of the basket. The leather handle is really lovely quality. I love that it extends so much as I'm a tall mama! The pushchair looks and feels quite expensive. The fact it lies flat back and turns both ways is a lovely feature."

Despite the high price tag, our mums weren't sure how well made the Nuna TRIV was.

"But this pushchair was flimsy and didn’t feel well made. It was near on impossible to get it up a kurb and it made journeys out difficult. If you are just going shopping In a place where it’s all one level this pushchair is fine. But for being out and about it’s no good."

One mum couldn't believe how comfortable her son managed to get in the Nuna TRIV, something she didn't find with other pushchairs.

"Henry was comfortable in it whether he was lying down for a nap or sitting upright. Henry isn’t great at napping but there seemed to be something about this pram that helped him get off to sleep quickly and comfortably. It is easy to manoeuvre and good for getting into tight spaces. It is very user friendly and I was able to put it up in about 10 minutes with minimal need for the instructions. It is very quick and easy to put up and down after use and slots nicely into the car boot."

Parents with smaller car boots were real fans of the Nuna TRIV, and they found it was more compact than other prams on the market.

"This product for us is the best one we have used and I would pick it over my own pram at the moment. Just love the light and ease of it when our and about and pushing it the colour scheme makes it look really slick and the zip on the hood to extend over the baby is great especially when sunny weather."

Final thoughts

This pushchair is ideal for parents who live in cities or town centres who might need to be able to fold their pushchairs up into smaller spaces.

While it's probably not ideal for uneven terrain, our mums loved the space in the basket, the feel and look of the pram as well as how easy it was to fold.

Full product specs

Suitable from birth to 22 kg

Folds up quickly with one hand and stands on its own

8.80 kg

Dimensions: L 77-87 x W 52 x H 106-110 cm

Folded dimensions: L 32 x W 52 x H 65 cm

Front, swivel lock wheels

4 position recline

Simple, one-touch, rear wheel braking system

One-hand on-the-go recline and height adjustable pushbar

Seat faces both ways

Handy storage pocket and oversized storage basket

Quick-release, five point no-rethread harness converts to a three point harness

Rain cover included

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