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Chicco Oh La La Lightweight Stroller, Black

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I would choose this pushchair to win an award as a lightweight stroller, as it is by far the lightest I have experienced and it is so easy to use. The Chicco OhLaLa 2 stroller is part of a growing market of compact, travel-friendly buggies that’s perfect for urban-dwelling parents.

For all deliveries signed as 'unchecked' any damage and/or missing parts must be reported to us in writing or by e-mail within a reasonable period of time (ideally within 24 hours). cons: the other reviews said flimsy hood and that is true but I'm not bothered by it, it shades my baby nicely. This stroller is designed for summer as it doesn't come with a foot moof, I have purchased one of these separately.

The straps that strap the infant in there adjust easily as well as the back of the seat to a lay down position. I would make the wheels a little more robust and I would move the back wheels a bit further forward, so I wouldn't kick them when I walk. That means I have the other hand free for scrolling Instagram or drinking a coffee, and what more could a Mama want?

This buggy is ideal for city living – nipping on and off public transport, climbing stairs and cramming into small spaces. The stroller folds up really simply and is easy to do with a wriggling toddler in the other arm, perfect for getting on the bus, particularly when it is busy. The extendable hood has a sun protection of UV50 +, the backrest can be tilted back completely and the legrest can be adjusted.

The quality of the materials did not seem to be high quality and the design didn’t excite me or make me want to use it. This information is supplied for personal use only, and may not be reproduced in any way without the prior consent of Aldi nor without due acknowledgement.

The colours didn't catch your eye and I feel the design on a whole lets the pushchair down, as it makes it look cheap. Reward Points are currently valid for 365 days from the date of issue and will expire if left unused at the end of this period. While I found it fine to push around town, some online reviewers have expressed flexible and flimsy steering as an issue.Padded backrest and straps covered in soft fabrics, along with a reclining backrest ensure little one is kept comfortable at all times whilst out on strolls. The material it is made with – the frame needs to be a lot sturdier and my overall issue is that this pram looks cheap. The Oh La La Stroller ticks all these boxes and I actually really love the design of it and the light grey colour. The seat doesn't lock into a fully upright position, so my baby has to support himself and use the crossbar if he wants to sit upright.

Although product information is regularly updated, Aldi is unable to accept liability for any incorrect information. While it feels passably sturdy on the road, grass and on gravel paths, we didn’t attempt any rougher terrain with it. I would make the size of the hood larger so that it protects my toddler from the glare of the sun, or for sleeping.Here to cheerlead for other mums, to remind you that you matter too, and to give you the inside scoop on Motherhood. The ability to fold with one hand makes this a dream to set-up/put-away whilst holding your baby in your arms.

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