Updated Review // Silvercross Pop The Perfect Travel Buggy? 

We have had our Silvercross Pop for 6 months and so I thought it was well worth an updated review. You can see our first impressions of the Silvercross Pop here…but do we feel the same way now?

What’s the push like?

I find the push quite easy on this. The wheels can be fixed but we have them so that they turn well and this works for us. It can be a little bumpy but it’s not often we have to go over rough terrain. The handles don’t adjust which is a slight downside on my behalf (I’m 5ft3.


img_4624Is it easy to get onto public transport?

Yes super easy to get on and passed the bend bend near the drivers door. It fits into one buggy space quite easily.

img_4623Is it good quality? Is it value for money? 

This is a great mid range buggy. At around £140 it’s got all the aspects I would like such as full recline and leg rest.img_4397

I love the extendable good which is a must for napping on the go or sunny days.

img_4431Does it meet your needs?

Yes we use this as out nursery buggy for the majority of the time. It’s easy to pack away into our hall cupboard on non nursery days. It’s perfect for our needs.

Although it is from birth I do think you need a cosy toes or lamb skin for a small baby to use it.

img_4625What are the pros?

Big seat

Extendable hood

Easy fold

Good sized basket

img_6868What are the cons?

High handles

Not suitable for tiny babies

Has it lasted well?

We’ve had the buggy for 6 months and it is still practically as new. They hood hasn’t distorted with the fold, the recline mechanism is easy to use still and it’s not creaking at all.

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