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on 16 April 2011
Easy to put together and dismantle although it takes up a bit of room when flat (would still fit in most car boots though). It is quite heavy too, but this is also good because it would take some tipping over! My little boy loved it and there's plenty of space to put toys and stuff to keep little ones occupied. All in all really pleased with the purchase and looking forward to putting in lots of miles :)
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on 25 May 2012
But what are the measurements, you are wondering?

Width: 87cm
Length (without tow bar, which can fold underneath): 73cm
It folds pretty flat when the wheels are removed, though these are large (20 inches)

Good points
- Runs well, not too heavy
- Very quick to assemble, fold and attach
- Attractive: fun for the kids
- Very solid frame with roll bar, making it safer

Bad points:
- Wheels a bit fiddly to attach and remove, as they use little metal tabs and springs to hold them in place. Would be annoying if you have to put this in a car boot every day.
- The spring loaded mechanism on the cotter pin, which attaches this to the bike, is a bit flimsy/breakable. Definitely a weak design point, though not dangerous.
- Rain cover needs to be stretched fairly aggressively to attach, with velcro tabs holding it on.

Worryingly, an axle bent on mine, which made one of the wheels prone to pop out. Or it may have been the other way round - one of the wheels wasn't fixed in properly, which made the axle bend. Either way, I had to return it to Amazon for a replacement, and haven't had any problems with the second one. Probably the lesson is to make sure the wheels are fixed on very tightly.

Overall, I'd say this is a pretty good trailer, though I wouldn't be that keen to use it at high speeds or over rough ground. Also note that most sites say the maximum weight is 45 kilos - rather than the much less useful 36 kilos quoted here.
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on 12 May 2012
It's a good piece of kit but some things could be better. Namely the cover. It's attached by Velcro to the frame. The cover is stretched putting the Velcro under too much pressure. If you have kids that don't move while cycling, then it's fine, mine do :-)
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on 11 July 2011
I have a 2.5 yr old and 4.5 yr old and thus far this has proven to be sheer kiddie heaven for them. plus the added bonus of getting some excercise. a purchase you surely won't regret.
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on 15 September 2015
Very well built.
Kids love it.
Even stood up to a small trailer - concrete bollard interface at a decent speed, which saw me thrown from the bike and knocked unconscious....
Apart from a little shock the kids were unharmed thanks to the 'hammock' effect seating arrangement.
Still going strong.... though keeping away from bollards.
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