Silver Cross Wayfarer Travel System review

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RRP  £500.00
Silver Cross Wayfarer Travel System

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The seat unit is fully reversible so your child can face you or the direction of travel, and the three-position reclining seat can be adjusted without removing your little one.

Included in the price of this model is the pushchair frame, seat unit, carrycot, hood and apron set, cup holder, shopping basket and rain cover.

It’s suitable from birth and is compatible with the Simplicity car seat (not included).

The frame folds down into a square and can stand upright for easy storage and transportation. Additional features include puncture-resistant tyres, a height-adjustable handle and a generously sized shopping basket.

Jay Brownlee, 32, from Stirling, is mum to Naomi, three, Miriam, two, and Lydia, three weeks. She says: ‘The quality is obvious in the feel of the fabric and engineering of the frame. Feels sturdy and looks beautiful, but the car seat is enormous and cumbersome to carry.’

Susanne Remic, 37, from Bolton, is mum to Isobel, two, and Elsie, four weeks. She says: ‘A luxurious, beautiful frame with a roomy seat, large hood and generous basket. Sturdy but heavy to push and occupies lots of space when folded.’

Gemma Ridlington, 29, from Halesowen, is mum to Alexis, two, and Robyn, seven months. She says: ‘Stylish, plush and comfortable. I love the cup holder and nifty brake pedal, but this model is heavy, big and clunky and not compact when folded.’

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Product Information

Silver Cross Wayfarer Travel System

Weighs: 10kg

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