Wednesday, 6 August 2014


Baby Jogger City Versa

unpacking


The Baby Jogger City Versa came to us in a very slim, compact box.




With minimal assembly needed, the Baby Jogger City Versa 
was ready to go within a minute or so.


All you need to do is unfold the frame, pop the wheels on 
and place the seat unit on the frame. 
The only thing left to do is attaching the sun canopy 
which again is very simple and straightforward.


All ready to go for our first walk!


Full review coming soon!



This is our own pushchair. I wasn't paid to write about it :)

Sunday, 3 August 2014


gNappies




I had the opportunity to try out gNappies a few months back 
and wanted to show them to you all.
When you buy gNappies you basically buy reusable covers 
and then you choose between cloth or disposable inserts.


This is what the disposable inserts look like.


The gNappies come in lots of colours for either boys or girls.


The gPant (gNappy cover) comes with a waterproof  pouch.


The gNappies come in 3 sizes - small, medium and large


My boy was very comfortable in the gNappies!


They're not too bulky and a great fit. 
My son weighed around 13.4 kg here and was wearing size Medium.












Have a look at the gNappies website for more details and to buy your own cloths!



Tuesday, 29 July 2014


BeSafe izi Sleep

group 0+ car seat
from birth to 13kg


This is just a quick photoset to show you a fantastic infant car seat.


BeSafe izi Sleep comes with a 5-point harness which
can be adjusted to the correct height by moving the headrest.


The installation of the BeSafe izi Sleep is slightly different than other infant car seats.
There's an ISOFIX base available separately.


There's an integrated canopy to shade the baby.


BeSafe izi Sleep has a unique recline option to keep baby flat when out of the car.



Please watch the video here: 
 to see how the BeSafe izi Sleep is installed in a car.



Tuesday, 22 July 2014


Buggy Butler


The Buggy Butler is a pushchair organiser


It can hold a lot of mummy and baby essentials


There's 2 pockets for bottles/drinks


and a large main insulated pocket









You can buy the Buggy Butler from Baby Luxe: http://baby-luxe.co.uk/products/buggybutler


Tuesday, 15 July 2014


Maxi Cosi Noa 
close up photos


I wrote a review of the Maxi Cosi Noa 2 years ago, you can find it here: http://letstalkbabygear.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/maxi-cosi-noa-review-maxi-cosi-noa-is.html

Here's just a few additional photos of the Noa up close and personal :)


Folds very compactly with one hand




Decent size shopping basket


Small pocket in the back of the seat




Very small hood


Plastic footrest


Great fabrics!


Very comfortable seat unit and easy to use and adjust harness


Fits a 3 year old easily. A little heavy to push 
but that is to be expected with the small urban wheels.





This is our own pushchair :)

Tuesday, 24 June 2014


Recaro Young Sport car seat


Review as a group 1 (9-18kg) car seat 
with the use of a 5-point harness


Very excited with the new big box in the house!


The Recaro Young Sport is a group 1-2-3 car seat. It's suitable from 9-36kg.
It uses a 5-point harness from 9-18 kg and then installs like any other booster with the car's own 3-point seat belt for older children 18-36kg (roughly 4-12 years).


Our new car seat - Recaro Young Sport


First short ride - a nap seemed necessary for the purpose of the review :)


Even without the use of the recline position, 
Jacob's head stayed well supported by the headrest.


Installed in our new Seat Toledo 2013, fits on either side in the back seat and even in the middle seat. 
There's no space to actually install 3 car seats in this car but the middle position could be 
useful to comfortably accommodate 2 adults in the back.


Installed in our old BMW 3 series E46 estate.






There are 3 shoulder height settings when used with the 5-point harness. 
This is the lowest position.


Here's the middle position of the harness.
This is the position my son uses so there's a lot of room to grow in the seat.


And the highest position of the 3. 


The harness release is hidden under a flap of fabric - a very nice feature, I think. 


The yellow round button is the harness height adjustment in the back of the seat.



This is our own car seat.