Revolve Reversible Stroller and Pram Add-On Review
Your child deserves a stroller that will allow them to see the world as they grow from baby to toddlerhood and the Delta Children Revolve Reversible Stroller and Pram Add-On is the perfect stroller to make those dreams come true. The Revolve Reversible Stroller comes in two colors: Black and Grey. We’re reviewing the Grey one today. The Revolve can hold kids up to 50 pounds and it’s incredibly lightweight as it has an aluminum frame. Its rear and forward facing seat allows your child to see the world as you stroll them through the park, city, etc. The Revolve has an adjustable leather handlebar that can accommodate any parent or guardian of any height and the all-wheel suspension ensures a bump free ride. The oversized and adjustable knit canopy has a peek-a-boo window so you can see your child as you walk, and its giant storage bin can hold all of your child’s necessities. I love how easy it was to maneuver using its smooth wheels, the seat feels like it has a cushion so it kept Riley comfortable on our walks, it was super easy to put together, and it has decent storage space thanks to its basket.
The Pram Add-On comes in two colors: Grey and Black. We’re reviewing the Grey one today. It holds up to 25 pounds or 0-5 months, whichever comes first. The Pram Add-On keeps your baby comfy with its extendable canopy and zippered foot cover that protects them from the sun or cold weather. It also allows your baby to completely lie flat so they can nap on the go. You can move the Pram to have your baby sit either parent-facing or forward-facing depending on how they feel that day. While the forward-facing position may be a favorite for some parents, I personally don’t like it as I’m not able to see Riley whenever I want. The leather wrapped carry handle makes it easy to attach and detach the Pram Add-On at a moment’s notice. It includes a sunshade attachment with UPF 30+ that completely blocks out all light and a waterproof mattress that’s super easy to clean. The mattress is very thick and comfortable; Ryder started to fall asleep on it as we walked around our driveway. I loved the extended canopy that kept him shaded. The air vents made the Carriage feel more spacious and not as closed off and they’re magnetic, which is awesome. However, the Pram Add-On is quite narrow so you can only use it when your baby is young or if you have a baby on the smaller side.
Should I get it?
We loved how long you can use this stroller for, birth to 50lbs is a long time. The extendable canopy was also a huge bonus!
- It’s easy to put together.
- Has a lot of storage space.
- It has a thick, comfortable mattress.
- The Pram Add-On is best used by babies who are on the smaller side.