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Joolz Geo3 | Reviews | Mother & Baby


Joolz Geo3 | Reviews | Mother & Baby

# Joolz Geo3 | Reviews | Mother & Baby

**The Joolz Geo3 pushchair is designed for environmentally conscious parents who want a stylish and practical pram or pushchair that fits into their busy everyday lives. The pushchair comes with a cot and seat, which can be used from birth to 4 years (up to 22kg). Although priced at the higher end at £1,079, this pushchair is considered a solid investment.**

This chic pushchair comes in a range of colors and is made using sustainable fabrics (recycled plastic bottles) and comes in 100 per cent recyclable packaging. It can be used in all seasons with its ventilation, water repellent and UPF 50 fabrics. The large basket, which holds up to 15kg, makes it perfect for quick trips to the shops, and the large puncture-proof wheels make it easy to navigate across all types of terrains.

## Joolz Geo3 overview

**Pros & Cons**
– **Pros:**
– Stylish design and colors
– Easy to assemble
– Good for all seasons – Large hood, ventilation & UPF 50 fabrics
– Large basket – can hold up to 15kg
– Easy to steer one-handed
– Eco-friendly – sustainable fabrics, tree planted for every pushchair sold
– **Cons:**
– Instruction manual is not clear as demo videos
– Cot sheets are sold separately
– Rain cover is purchased additionally

## Testing the Joolz Geo3

As a second-time mother on maternity leave with a 2-year-old and a newborn, I tested the Geo3 by assembling the pushchair myself and using it on trips to appointments, shops and the park.

### Assembly

Packaged in 100% recycling cardboard box, the components of the pushchair were secure, arriving damage free. The chassis (frame), cot, seat, basket and bumper bar all came already assembled. The only assembly required was placing the wheels on the chassis and expanding the cot to attach to the chassis. The instruction manual contained numbered diagrams; however, it would have been useful to have some text to assist with the location of the components. The manual stated the setup of the chassis and cot should take five minutes and in fairness, the chassis was easy to set up.

I did get stuck on the assembling of the cot as the diagram was not clear, however, I was able to find the demo video on the Joolz website which clearly showed the steps. The cot was simple to attach to the chassis. Detaching the cot can be done with ease with a two-click release and further support of the bumper bar. The seat is also simple to click into place. The pushchair can be folded without detaching the seat, saving time.

Joolz offers a 2-year warranty on all products and a 10-year transferable warranty which can be transferred to other owners. The brand also has a mission statement to plant a tree for every stroller they sell to help fight climate change and deforestation, which can found clearly on the packaging.

### Design and build

The stylish design of the pushchair was one of the major selling points for me. I loved the choice of colors available and chose sage green. This lighter color is perfect for the upcoming summer months. In terms of safety, the chassis feels strong, making the pushchair feel sturdy and secure. There are reflective strips on the wheels, which ensure visibility during any late evening walks and the winter months.

The handlebar is extendable which means both my taller husband and I can push at different heights which is useful. The puncture-proof XL wheels are a great feature which makes getting out of the house and curbs with ease.

### Performance

The Joolz Geo3 can be used across all terrains with its large, puncture-proof wheels. When using the pushchair on pavements, the pushchair felt bumpy. In comparison, when taking the pushchair to the shops, where the floor is even and flat, the ride felt a lot smoother.

The pushchair was so easy to navigate, without any additional force on those typically trickier surfaces. It feels lightweight to push and easy to maneuver one-handed but also heavy enough for my baby to feel safe and secure in the cot.

Once I had unfolded and folded the pushchair a few times after initial assembly, it was easy to use but there are things to remember, for example, to lock the front wheels and put on the brake when collapsing the chassis. This should be done every time to avoid damage to the wheels. The chassis can be taken down with a simple click of two levers on either side and not much effort is required to collapse it.

In terms of transporting and storing, it is not as bulky as other pushchairs I’ve used and is easy to lift and place into a car boot. The cot again can be collapsed flat (by removing the mattress), which makes it easy to transport and store.The collapsible cot of the pushchair takes up little space and is convenient for transport. Collapsing the cot only takes a few steps and is dependent on how much boot space is needed and how often the pushchair will be used.

The cot is spacious and the mattress is soft but firm enough. It can be easily removed from the chassis in one smooth motion if the baby falls asleep. The mono set of the Geo3 allows either the cot or the seat to be fixed onto the chassis, unless additional accessories are purchased.

The height of the seat and easy recline feature make it comfortable for toddlers. The footrest is adjustable, providing additional comfort.

Overall, the pushchair is recommended for its style, color, and design. The cot and seat make both children feel safe and secure. The pushchair’s durability and usability up to the age of four make it a good value for money compared to other big brands.

FAQs about the Joolz Geo3 are also provided, such as its dimensions, weight limit, and available colorways.

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