Published on July 27th, 2012 | by ConnorSephton0
Phil and Teds Verve: Stylish, yet robust
The Phil and Teds Verve is a rarity in the pushchair world because it marries good looks with the sort of durability usually reserved for less attractive pushchairs. It’s the kind of pushchair every parent wants to be seen with, but such desirability comes at a cost.
One of the Verve’s biggest attractions is its sleek design: the ergonomic frame looks the part and feels sturdy. It can be folded in half for storage purposes, and the self-stand feature is handy if you plan to keep the pushchair in a cupboard between uses.
The Verve’s recline system is another selling-point. This chair can be used from birth up to six years, with the lie-flat and sit-upright options suiting newborns and toddlers alike.
The airless tyres and shock absorbers make the Verve ideal for use on rugged road surfaces, and other useful accessories like sun and storm protectors are sold separately for further protection against the elements. The fact that most of the Verve’s accessories require extra spending is a drawback, though.