Red Kite Baby Push Me 2U
2 recline options
6 months up to 15kg
22 x 22 x 110 cm
Five point safety harness
Red Kite Baby Push Me 2U is a unisex, front facing pram which is suitable
This stroller has all the necessary qualities to be a good asset on a short road trip. It’s very light, only 6 kilograms, which is really lightweight for a stroller that can hold up to 15 kilograms. Also, it is very compact, so you can easily put it in your car’s boot and it will not take up much space.
The best thing about this stroller is it’s price, being one of the cheaper options out there, so you are not too out of pocket when your child outgrows it.
The pram is well designed and looks stylish with the brushed aluminium frame.
It has a handy shopping bag, which makes things easy if you are going to the supermarket with this pram.
The handles on this model are little too low, even for someone who is only 5’5”. The wheels are reportedly too close to you when using the pram, and hitting the wheels with your feet can be a problem. All this together makes it hard to enjoy your walk, and if you are using this stroller for everyday use, the discomfort may get annoying fast.
The seat only has two recline positions which
The rain cover should be made a little bit bigger because many feel that it is a little too small and does not cover all of the stroller and the child in it.
Moreover, there is no transparent panel on the hood to keep an eye on your baby.
In general, I can describe this stroller as a mediocre stroller, which is great for taking on a road trip, but not necessarily for everyday use. Keep in mind, that you can’t get anything incredible for the price of this pram, so set your expectations accordingly. It does its job, but I would describe it more as a Volkswagen, not a Mercedes-Benz. I think it is more suitable for smaller children than bigger because this pram is not as big as other prams available on the market. But I think you can not ask for anything more, if you are using it to run to the store few times a week, it does its job. Maybe it can be a bit wobbly and look cheap, but in this case, you get what you pay for.