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Saturday, 18 July 2015

A Introduction To The iCandy Raspberry Pushchair

I have always had a massive love for pushchairs. Whilst out and about I always take a good look at what other pushchairs people are using. I love to browse shops and look at the latest designs, colours and styles that pushchair company's have bought out. Recently Maxwell and I were sent a new iCandy Raspberry pushchair to review.

Maxwell and  I were thrilled to get the iCandy Raspberry to review. Although Maxwell is not a baby that is in need of being pushed around all the time in a pushchair, he is a small child that can get tired on long journeys or on long days out. Maxwell and I have been reviewing the iCandy Raspberry pushchair for the last month and we are looking forward to bringing you 3 blog post's about our thoughts and feelings on the iCandy Raspberry pushchair.


The iCandy Raspberry is described as the smart choice for families who enjoy urban adventures. Due to this Maxwell and I were looking forward to using the iCandy on buses, cafes, in the city but also in our local country side. We wanted to make sure we tested the iCandy in different settings to see if it fitted up to its name. The iCandy Raspberry promises to have an agile chassis, ease of fold and innovative, spacious storage capsule the iCandy is also promised to be the quick and lightweight stroller.

When buying your iCandy Raspberry you are able to choose from either a black or brush aluminium chassis. You are also  able to choose from one of seven flavour pack colours. After having a browse on iCandy website I was amazed at the selection of colours that they offered for the iCandy Raspberry. It took me a while to decide but in the end I decided on the beetle colour pack. I choose this along with the black chassis as I thought that it would not only look stylish but it would also hide any dirt that comes with a excitable, clumsy, messy toddler.

Once ordered our iCandy Raspberry came quickly. Once delivered the iCandy Raspberry came in 2 boxes, one box that included the chassis and another box that included the flavour pack. In each box there are all the parts that you will need to set up your pushchair with ease. After reading the instructions it took me around 20 minutes to set up the pushchair. The hardest part of setting it up is zipping the sun shade on the pushchair as it is a little fiddly.

The great thing about the iCandy Raspberry Pushchair allows you to swap between parent or world facing seat positions. Maxwell has the world facing seat position as he dislikes not being able to have a good look around however if your child likes to be facing you one day and looking at the world the next, the seat is easy to change around simply by pressing 2 buttons and lifting the seat unit off the pushchair.

Maxwell and I were keen to go on a day our with our iCandy Raspberry pushchair straight away. Please check out our next blog post out where we write about our day out with the iCandy Raspberry Pushchair.

I did not receive any financial reward for writing this post
However I did receive the product for the purpose of this review. This post is written in my own words.
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3 comments

  1. this looks fab, my pram wont fit in the boot of my car....nightmare!

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  2. I have always loved the look of the iCandy's and the range of colour's is fab, when I had my daughter 7 years ago there was not even half as much choice as there is these days :)

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  3. There is so much choice nowadays! i really do love the look of this pushchair though, would be spot on for our weekends out and about town. I love the idea of these flavour packs and being able to style it how i want.

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