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Valco Baby Tailormade Snap Ultra Denim Stroller $370.30 + Delivery @ Baby Online Direct eBay


NEW Valco Baby Tailormade Snap Ultra Denim pram usually retails between $469 to $529.

After applying code it comes down to $379.30 inclusive $9 delivery.

The Valco Baby Tailormade Snap Ultra builds on the success of the Snap family, by offering full seat reversibility and lay flat recline. The seat can also be completely removed and replaced with a dedicated bassinet, or car capsule. With the seat separated from the frame, the most you'll need to lift is just over 5kgs - surely making the Snap Ultra one of the lightest prams available anywhere today. Compatible with a number of ride-on platforms and accessories including a tailored raincover and UV protective MirrorMesh. Specifications: Age: Newborn + Weight with wheels: 8.2 Kgs Weight Limit: 20 Kgs Dimensions: Open: 930L x 545W x 1170H mm. Folded: 780L x 545W x 325H mm. The Tailormade Snap Ultra also becomes the ultimate travel system stroller when purchase together with a compatible baby car seat capsule / infant carrier & Valco baby adapter (both sold separately). Compatible brands include, Britax Safe N Sound, Maxi Cosi & Baby Love.

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    Stay away. Design flaw in the breaks. Go to product review for more details.

    • This was the best stroller I’ve ever owned.

      • I was pretty happy with it until the breaks broken and we were stranded. To me there were only two issues with the design:
        1. The breaks. It uses steel cables to retract the clutches and the cables will eventually worn out and broken, then you cannot release the breaks any more, and that how we got stranded.
        2. The front wheel axis were not sealed correctly, so dust can get into the axis easily. This typically is not an issue until the axis got wet. This is just annoying as you can easily remove the front wheels and clean them.

        Their customer service was actually pretty good. I bought it and did not use much until my boy was almost 1 yo and the breaks got busted in less than 6 months, by which time the warranty was already expired. Contacted their support and was sent a breaks assembly almost immediately via express post. Again, the new breaks broke again in almost the time frame. We did not bother contact them again and simply dumped it and got something new with a different brand.

        • I sold mine 6 months ago but I don't recall seeing any steel cables on mine. Maybe a different version.

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            @JoeBaskin: Because there are No steel cables for the brakes. I suspect cliffj is talking about a completely different pram.

            • @nafe: Well, there are cables, but hidden in the two thinner pipes which cannot be seen unless you remove the red-ish break handle by unscrew the silver nut on it. I knew it because I was stranded and went around the city to find a plier so that I could figure out what's wrong.

          • @JoeBaskin: Nah, I'm pretty sure it's the same version. You see that red-ish at the back end in the picture? That the break handle which I'm pretty sure you know what it is. The break handler is attached to 1 thicker and two thinner aluminum pipes, the steel cables are hidden in the thinner pipes. There is a silver screw on the red handle, if you remove the screw and the cover beneath, you will see the cables there. When you apply/release the breaks, the cables were bent/straightened respectively. The steel cables can handle pull very well but they are prone to bending and straightening and that's exactly why I said there was an design flaw.

            How long the cables can last really depends on the usages habit, if you tends to apply breaks every time you stop, it's definitely going to fail in around half a year or so.

            • @cliffj: Mines 18months and shows no signs of any wear of the brake system. We use our pram almost daily.

              • @nafe: Glad to hear you don't have any issues. Possibly because you don't apply the breaks as often as we did or maybe you got the enhanced version with bigger cable which I was promised with the replacement break assembly(which was obviously not the case for me)…

  • Amazing pram. Had ours over 4 years and still love it. Worry free. Light, stylish, lies completely flat, forward and rear facing, big cover/canopy. Would recommend.

  • Love it. Bought for $450 though. Big wheels for stability. Best design for the baby you can have. Front and back facing interchangeable. Fully declining seat for baby to sleep when needed. Extendable canopy. Save the trouble to get bassinet. Comes with boot cover that give baby privacy and protect from coldness.

    Only issue i have is when folding the pram you need to bend down to manually push up the base of the storage bag otherwise the frame will awkwardly crush it.

    Perhaps, another annoying is the label of 1,2,3 on the big button at the side of the pram. It doesn’t do anything at all.

  • Had ours for 18months now and love it. It's super light weight. Compact. Comfy. So easy to steer and you can get adapters for different capsules.

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