www.newhavencaravanpark.co.uk Review:


Newhaven Caravan Park - The Newhaven Caravan Park is a privately run park for fixed and touring caravans as well as tents. It is in the heart of Derbyshire and the White Peak. It has easy access to the Peak District National.

Country:, Europe, GB

City: -0.1224 , United Kingdom

  • Zelda - Held up like a champ traveling in Asia

    I bought this stroller specifically to travel in Japan and Korea. It held up very well during all the travel abuse and the features I liked, lightweight and compact, were perfect for traveling. We used the subways in both countries and often we had to climb up stairs. We would just collapse the stroller and go up and down the stairs. The stroller is so lightweight that I was able to carry the baby and the stroller on my shoulder at the same time. The canopy is ok, not great. One of our wheels squeaked for a while, but after a couple days of wearing it down it stopped squeaking all together. When the stroller is overloaded, 25 lbs baby and giant heavy diaper bag, the wheels don't turn as well. The wheels are the worst feature on this stroller. They held up and will do the job, but because they are so small and flimsy, I find the stroller is not as easy to maneuver as others. The basket is adequate and I used it to store a blanket and my beco carrier. I also bought the sunshine kids attachment which came in handy. I left it on when folded. Sometimes it would bend the metal frame of sunshine kids bag, but you can just bend it back into shape. If you travel during the spring, fall, or winter, I highly recommend getting a plastic rain cover for this stroller. In both countries, parents used the cover to protect the little one from the wind and the cold, which seemed to work well. I didn't have one and my little one was freezing at times due to the cutting wind. The stroller usually can balance on it's own if you have diaper bag hung over the handles, but if it is overloaded, (we once also added heavy jackets to the bag) it will tip backwards (but we really overloaded the thing). You can definitely travel with and use a stroller in both Japan and Korea. Even with the crowds and narrow uneven streets, we were glad to have the stroller, especially if you have a big baby. I would switch off with carrying the baby in the beco and letting her ride the stroller throughout the day. The stroller does recline, but not flat. But it's enough for the little one to fall asleep. My baby really liked the belly bar and would often sit straight up holding onto the bar to see what's going on. If you want a decently priced stroller, which is compact, light, and will hold up for heavy duty traveling, then this is the one. I had the money to buy a more expensive one, but I knew if the stroller was too heavy and difficult to carry around when collapsed, it would just sit in the hotel room. If they would just add some better wheels, it would be almost perfect.

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