{Review} Silver Stider Plus pram review

After having such a great response to our first pram review about the ICandy, we have another review done by the gorgeous Michelle. She talks to us about her Silver 3 wheel Strider Plus!

Michelle, Daniel and baby Emily

Michelle, Daniel and baby Emily

Family:

My name is Michelle and I am married to my handsome husband, Daniel and we have a five month old daughter Emily.

The Pram:

We have a Silver 3 Wheel strider Plussilver strider

Why the Strider Plus?:

We purchased the pram in January from Baby Bunting in Penrith, but didn’t use the pram until Emily was born in May.

We originally set out to purchase a Mountain Buggy pram after completing a large amount of research, but as soon as we saw the pram being collapsed we realised there wouldn’t be much room in our car. So after taking some advice from a sales assistant we were shown the Strider Plus. The Strider also happened to be on special and it was not only cheaper but it came with a rain and sun cover, and foot muff. Great features when we were having a winter baby!

Additional attachments: 

We have purchased the 2nd seat option but haven’t really used it yet.

We also have a Jolly Jumper caddy which is great for holding water bottles and has a zipped compartment for phone/keys. This attaches to the top of the pram.

We also purchased a pram liner from Mini Happy Me to make the pram a bit more comfortable and to personalise it.

Favourite feature:

It is like the 4wd of prams, it has a lot of storage space, easy to fold down and I can take it walking/running. I can also switch the seat from rear to forward facing and adjust the height depending if Emily is wanting to sleep or look around.

It will be great to not have to by another pram for our next bub, plus the foot muff was great in winter. strider 2

Least favourite feature:

The front wheel broke after 8 weeks, but this was replaced by the company under warranty. Plus It doesn’t fit through the checkouts of the old Woolworths in the Stocklands Shopping Centre so I have to remember to not go in there with the pram.

Is it easy to fold?

Yes.

Would you recommend this pram?

Definitely, it goes well, looks great and comes with heaps of accessories.

You could also purchase a capsule but we chose to purchase a second car seat instead. I have also noticed heaps around Bathurst so it is very popular choice!

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Thanks Michelle for taking the time to review your pram for The Central Nest!

The Strider retails for about $450.00.

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