Meet the latest Silver Cross Pop Pushchair

from Silver Cross
RRP  £194.99
The new Silver Cross Pop Pushchair range

by Rebecca Lancaster |
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The Silver Cross Pop pushchair is a familiar favourite but has been given a new look for 2024 with crease-resistant jersey fabric in three new colours– Space, Cobble and Sage. Not only does this new fabric keep the pram looking new, it’s water resistant and has a UPF50+ finish so can take whatever the weather throws at you. For added practicality, this updated version offers a padded, washable seat liner so it’s easy to clean up after inevitable spills. The large, extendable hood is the biggest in the Silver Cross range, offering shade and sun protection.

Alongside this new look and practical features, the Silver Cross Pop is the same reliable pushchair that our mum testers tried out for their reviews below. Lightweight, and with a clever carrying handle, it’s an ideal travel stroller and is compact when folded. As a forward-facing umbrella stroller with a spacious seat and higher back it’s perfect for slightly older tots but also reclines flat so is suitable from birth.

Silver Cross Pop Pushchair in CobbleSilver Cross

Designed for durability, comfort, and convenience, the Silver Cross Pop pushchair is a lightweight umbrella stroller. With its robust frame, sturdy wheels with reliable suspension, and spacious shopping basket, it's ideal for trips around town or travelling. It folds up easily and is lightweight and compact enough to carry when navigating stairs, while the carry handle makes this even easier.

It's suitable for children from birth to toddlerhood and is tested up to 22kg, or around 4 years old so should last your little one until they're ready to walk longer distances. The oversized, cushioned seat provides plenty of room and it lies flat so is suitable for babies. For added comfort, a padded, washable seat liner is included, coordinating perfectly with the stroller.

The huge extendable UPF50+ hood is the biggest in the Silver Cross range and offers maximum shade and protection from the sun (or rain, as it also boasts a water resistant finish - though it also comes with a rain cover for heavy downpours.)

This latest version has been upgraded with anti-crease jersey fabrics and is available in three new colours - Cobble, Space and Sage.

Pros

  • Umbrella fold with a built-in carry handle for easy transportation
  • An oversized lie-flat seat makes this suitable from birth to 4 years (tested up to 22kg)
  • A padded, washable seat liner to make clearing up after spills easy
  • A huge extendable UPF50+ hood to keep the sun off your little one
  • Durable wheels, suspension and easy-handling to navigate bumpy ground with ease

Cons

  • The handle height isn't adjustable so it's worth testing this in the shops to make sure it's a comfortable size for you
  • Some reviewers mentioned the basket fills up quickly if you have the rain cover in there too
Dimensions:L81 x W49.5 x H107cm
Weight:7.5kg
Folded dimensions:L107 x W31 x H35cm
  • Umbrella fold for easy transportation
  • Lie flat seat
  • Padded, washable seat liner
  • Extendable UPF50+ hood
  • Suspension

The original version of the Silver Cross Pop was previously tested by our mum testers, so you can find out what they thought and how it worked for their families.

Tested by Zoe Lester, 24, mum to Isla, six months. She says:

I love this! Beautiful and modern, the Silver Cross Pop is a perfect lightweight stroller. Easy to carry and push, it copes with a range of surfaces and steers well one-handed. The seat has lots of room for growth. The handle height isn’t adjustable, but I found it very comfortable. I like the deep basket too and managed to squeeze about three-days worth of groceries in there.

Tested by Lizi Brown, 39, mum to Beatrice, 12 months. She says:

The manoeuvrability is good with a super turning-circle and it manages kerbs well. But on bumpy ground, Beatrice looked like she was on the Power Plate at the gym! The harness is fiddly on the Silver Cross Pop, and the hood detaches too easily. The raincover is ill-fitting, cumbersome, and fills the shopping basket when it’s not being used. It’s fine for a supermarket dash, though.

Tested by Amanda Hemmings, 43, mum to Calleigh, 18 months. She says:

This fits in the passenger footwell of our car, leaving the boot free. I found the Silver Cross Pop easy to manoeuvre, although we went skewiff when I took a hand off the handlebars! I kept walking on the wheels while checking on Calleigh too. The basket only holds the raincover and a blanket, and is difficult to access with the seat reclined. And it was tricky to fold.

Product Information

Silver Cross Pop Pushchair

Weight: 7.5kg

Rebecca Lancaster is a Digital Writer for Mother&Baby, drawing on ten years of parenting her two children to help others navigating their own parenting journey. As a freelance writer, she spent ten years working with leading lifestyle brands, from travel companies to food and drink start-ups, and writing everything from hotel reviews to guides to the best British cheeses. She’s particularly interested in travel and introducing her children to the excitement of visiting new places, trying different foods (less successfully) and experiencing different cultures.

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