Saturday, August 16, 2008

Rock Star Baby Infinity Pram - Product Review

Erin joins Styled Baby, her first assignment - product review on the Rock Star Baby Infinity Pram. So leave her some feedback.

Jon Bon Jovi's Rock Star Baby Infinity Pram

Rock Star Baby Infinity Pram
Styled similarly to the Bugaboo Chameleon and the Steelcraft Strider, the Rock Star Baby Infinity Pram is a great choice for the budget and style conscious mum and dad.
Comes with all the mod cons including bassinet, reclining and reversible toddler seat, snug fully lined sleeping bag, rain cover, great nappy baby (even Dad happy to carry this one!) and tyre pump, it's all you need.

Having only recently purchaed it, it is still being "run in", but so far, so good.
It is lightweight (11kg), easy to manoevre - having previously had a 3 wheeler, I am enjoying the stability and control of the 4 wheel design.
Underpram basket is a bit on the small side, so don't plan on taking the kitchen sink!
Available in black, red or beige.

Suitable from newborn to 18kg.
The only stroller/pram on the market endorsed by Jon Bon Jovi!
Front swivel wheels for ultimate manouverability.
Convertible from a stroller into a pram with both a bassinet and toddler seat included.
Two pneumatic rear wheels offer baby a comfortable ride.
Light weight frame.

Currently on sale at for $299 -50% 0ff (selected Colours only)

Product review by Erin

What do they think makes Rock Star Baby Infinity better than other strollers on the market:
Suitable for larger infants.
Better seat recline, greater comfort.
More comfort and protection for baby.
Internal handle mechanism won't catch on external items.
Greater sun protection.
Sturdy built with greater ease of use - bassinet/stroller uses a click on/off system.
Stronger and longer wearing wheels.
Unbeatable safety - red safety brake and tether attachment.
Seat depth: 23cm.
Seat axis: 11cm.
Bassinet/stroller: two separate, hand moulded units.
Rear wheel width: 60cm.
Seat position: 2 multi position.
Complies to new standard – AS/NZS 2088:2000.

Images and italic text from deal direct

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