I don’t have many requirements when it comes to buggies. As long as my toddler is happy to hitch a ride, then that’s the deal sealer for me and once it’s got the thumbs up from him, then I start working my way down my list of things which would be nice. So what’s on that list you might ask? Well here goes;
First things first, I really like a buggy which is easy and light to push. I live in a very hilly area. Take this beach for example, after a long day chilling there’s a humongous hill to push your tired toddler in. If the buggy’s light that saves a lot of back-breaking. But it works both ways. Coming down is also a skill, especially when you’re loaded up with swim gear and picnics. Throw in the fact that your toddler is of the independent type and likes to walk most of the time but you’re preempting a tired, grizzly one on the way back up so a pushchair is a must. You need a spare hand.
You need a pushchair which you can push with one hand and hold your dare-devil of a son with the other. A light, easy to steer one handled pushchair is a must. Oh and a big shopping basket to store said swimwear and picnic. The Pushmatic has all the above.
You can say it’s been well and truly tested on road and beach, for dog walking days and toddler group trips. And it’s passed them all. The viewing window gives me a chance to check he’s ok or napping without having to peer round the hood every few minutes. Can’t beat a decent viewing window.
My Koochi Pushmatic pushchair sports the Havana design, a bright and funky colour way with little classy touches of leather. Great for brightening up gloomy days and blending in with long lazy summers. I’m using the warm fleece lined footmuff right now, it zips right up to keep your little one super cosy and tends to be the perfect nap time signal which my son loves snuggling down in. It comes as standard along with a kit bag to store the rain cover which I keep in the buggy.
So back to the lightweight, did I say it was light weight? Well just incase you missed that snippet. It’s a dream to fold down and chuck in the back of a car or on and lug on and off the bus. ( We survived a park and ride trip to verify that fact) It’s a super cute, LIGHT WEIGHT 3 wheeler, go Koochi!
I was sent this pushchair to test out for the purpose of this review. All words and photos are my own.