I’ve always been a big fan of Buagboo and although they’re not prams for the mother who needs to throw them in an out of a boot, this pram is the ultimate beast when it comes to rough terrain.
It’s got many of the same features as the other Bugaboos with great storage, but it seems to have stepped on a generation. The handles are the perfect width for a standard nappy bag. The sun visor was really fantastic, and when unzipped, gave major coverage that meant that when nap time arrived, I swung the seat back into sleep position, pulled the visor over and my daughter slept soundly through loud festival music!
I was very conscious while pushing this buggy, of other parents around me and I’ve got to say, most of them seemed to be struggling. The Buffalo, however, felt so light and easy to push, I could have been walking down the King’s Road.
I wanted to test it on as many people as possible, and after my turn, my son, aged 3 insisted on having a go. He managed a good ten minutes before arriving at the helter-skelter and getting bored.
Next is was time for my husband, who’s never loved pushing a pram. He looked quite masculine pushing this bad boy and he went off on a mission to try and to catch it out. He even managed to find an obstacle of gravel meets giant hump which made most prams come to a stand still, he said the Buffalo’s great suspension allowed it to glide over with ease.
So, to sum up, if you live in a small inner city flat, this is not the pram for you, but if you live in the country with bumpy terrain, and have the space, this pram is pretty awesome. It’s just been launched and is in the shops now!