When it comes to pram shopping it is generally the mothers who have first say, after all they tend to do most of the pram walks so it is important that they feel happy with their baby’s ride. Unfortunately what’s right for mum is not always comfortable for dad, especially when you differ a lot in size like hip daddy and I who are 30cm apart.
A few weeks ago I had a hospital appointment so my lovely hubby took the two littlest girls out for a walk in the city. The Out’n’About Nipper V4 has an adjustable handle that can sit high for tall dads and nice and low for petite mamas, to adjust it you simply push the buttons on either side of the handle bar. We change the handle height all the time when we’re out depending on who is pushing, easy as pie!
Hubby has been a big fan of the Nipper since we first got ours, he just loves the sporty look and all terrain design. During our European holiday he did a lot of the walking with it without ending up with back pain which is very rare for him!
The Nipper V4 is light to push even with older children in it, easy to lift (just 9.8kg), small to fold and sturdy to drive on bumpy roads. When we go out for the day and the boot of the car is packed (it usually is, 6 people need a lot of stuff) you can take off the wheels in a flash for an even more compact fold.
As our daughter gets older and cheekier she does sometimes pull/push on the hood so I love that the hood frame is strong and rigid, it keeps the sun hood nicely in place and prevents it from going all floppy and collapse when you hang a muslin shade on it or even temporarily put a spare jacket on top.