Written on: 03/02/2011
Love this buggy,,been using it for nearly 6 yrs now,,had 1 puncture and never had to replace wheels. My buggy has been on mixed terrain(flat road,country and beach) on a daily basis(walking dogs)and is still going strong, Using it now for my 3rd child, the only problem ive had is getting a replacement rain cover,cant seem to get one and settled for an ill fitting substitute. (p/s the handle height is a bit high for the vertically challenged)… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2009
i love this pushchair but the only thing i have found a problem is the front wheel, it seems to wobble a lot to the point of almost buckled, i almost brought one the same a few months ago which seemed to do the same thing but a lot worse so i took it back but because i liked the overall look and everything eles about this pushchair i brought one the same on ebay, can anyone tell me if they had the same problem or what i can do to fix it if it can be corrected… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2009 by fghjfgh (1 review written)
The Urban Detour Xtreme 3 wheeler is strong but huge… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/04/2009 by tracyeldred (1 review written)
Purchased this Urban Detour Xtreme 3 wheeler due to our living area being rough terrain landscape.
Folds easily, providing nothing in the basket.
Not too heavy to push.
Plenty of safety straps.
Good hard wearing fabric.
Good amount of accessories when we bought the travel system, without the carry-cot.
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Written on: 31/10/2008 by mumbilina (1 review written)
The Urban Detour Xtreme 3 wheeler is not suitable at all for public transport in my opinion, my buggy tipped over much to my horror hitting and elderly gentleman and putting my son face first into a bus seat. the breaks do not seem to stop the buggy from moving. I think this is a good buggy but is it not safe in my view??… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2008 by lzhx0y (1 review written)
Comes with everything included in package and can purchase carry cot which clips in the same way car seat does. Only thing I'd say is that carry cot is narrow compared to others I've seen and my wee toot outgrew it by 3 months (he is a BIG baby though!)
Car seat is a breeze to clip on and off, as is carry cot, and easy to put in and out of car. Only thing is the hood on the car seat doesn't stay up on its own which is pain in the rain or when its sunny.
Pram looks good, its a breeze to… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2008 by wolfiefish (1 review written)
I have the Urban Detour normal version, not Xtreme, but I suppose it's nearly the same. There were too many things that annoyed me with this pram, especially the seating position. I want my 7 month old baby to look around at things when I take him out for walks, but because the maximum upright position is basically nealy lying down, he doesn't get to see much and so decides to fall asleep.
I should have bought a Maclaren like I was going to.
Yes it's cheap this pram, but you get what you pay… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2008
Plenty of punctures and then the tyres wear out (thread bare) so I need to buy more wheels (costing around £45). Put the new wheels on, got more punctures, before I knew it, the new tyres are wearing out AGAIN. I am disappointed in the poor quality of the tyres, expensive to buy. My daughter is not 2 yet and I will need to buy more wheels.
The wheels were not the only problem, the list goes on but I can't be bothered… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2007 by lubybell (1 review written)
I love his pram despite the bad points. I would definitely recommend it. We find it okay for walking (I have just read someone else saying it isn't a very good off roader).
The pram is big & bulky but then I think most travel systems are. I love the look of the pram & I find it really comfortable to push & steer. Overall I am very pleased with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2005 by deansmark (3 reviews written)
Urban Detour Xtreme 3 wheeler Pushchair Review
We went looking for a pram that fulfilled all the functions we were looking for. We go on lots of walks - some around our local area and park, some on bridleways and footpaths - and wanted an 'off-road' pram. Yet we also wanted something that would be fine in town and in shops, that could be used with a new born and that Granny 1 and 2 could use easily.
This pram seemed to meet all those specifications. Its slot in car seat mean't young Joe… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2005 by ewans mummy (1 review written)
Urban Detour Xtreme 3 wheeler - This pushchair is great. I love mine. I have 3 pushchairs altogether and I always chose this one unless I'm going to a bus that isn't buggy friendly or a the train.
My son sleeps in ours for hours and always wakes in a good mood… Read Full Review
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Written by jennyfalkner
" Avoid like Ebola! " Read More
" Strongly do NOT recommend " Read More
Written by DebWeaver87
" Don't no buy this pram " Read More
" Handle too short for average westerner " Read More
Written by shanexu3