So when the True black presented itself on my door step I was super excited to put it together and take a stroll down to my local antenatal class , just knowing I was going to be the envy of all the mums. Buggy Envy at its best.
First Impressions, Its stylish, very easy to push even with one hand I’m totally in LOVE its everything I wanted in a pram and more.
The Chassis comes already built so no need to be fixing wheels in place ect all you have to do is put the carrycot on and attach the bags and away we go. The hood is easy to attach and just simply clicks into place the same with the bumper bar, the foot rest has a small lever at the bottom which you use to help click the footrest into place. The seat can be parent facing or outward facing the seat can fully recline , I didn’t figure this out till day 2 but it was so simple with the push of two grey buttons positioned underneath the seat.
The hood I absolutely love and gives a beautiful shape and has a hidden sun shade that just pops out the hood also has a zip at the back so you can peep at see if they are still asleep or not and even pins back nicely attaching to a popper keeping everything tidy and stylish at all times.
The seat height and handle are all adjustable at the push of a button when baby is world facing you can adjust the height and push them right up to the table in a restaurant so they don’t need to sit in a highchair full of stains from others eating their food. Win Win ….
The True Black comes with everything you need for you and your little bundle including a changing bag that neatly attaches to the chassis not to mention the basket at the front with a full zip and a capacity of 5kg.
What’s in the Box :-
True Black stroller chassis with black cup holder, black seat textiles including shopping bag, parasol and changing bag , rain cover and Carry Cot .
Conclusion:- there isn’t much I can fault on the True Black Xplory I t is stylish and contemporary and a real eye catching design it really is Buggy Envy at its best. Its really easy to steer with one hand and glides over the pavement with no worries.
Nitpicking I would say that the changing bag hangs a little too low and when it’s a really wet day the bag will get splashed the hood is again a good size but I do like hoods that are a little bigger so I can cover the little one , she utterly hates the rain covers.
Overall I wouldn’t be without this pram and I would recommend the Xplory to anyone looking to purchase a pram that is stylish and ticks all the boxes.
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