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  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Used

    • Weaknesses:

      Works well

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Great,its works well, Amazing pushcair.Im recommended this to evrryone. So easy to use.My husband say this is a amazing pushcair.
  • 3.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to steer and folds away easily!

    • Weaknesses:

      None

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Beautiful product! Provides comfort and ease for both myself and my son. Easy to collapse to put in the car and put together again. All in all, a great pram!
  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Absolutely lite weight

    • Weaknesses:

      Needs to improve I'm folding as it's difficult to stand while folded

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    My son loves to push the push chair as really lite and easy to steer... but need improvement in folding as easy to fold but bit difficult to open and to stand while folding... but still recommend it as I have used other company push chair when baby start to sit they can't sit with there back straight horrible and as they grow they want to sit up and look but with this push chair the back is straight... really loved it my baby loves to sit.
  • 5.00/5
    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I love this pushchair it's very light and it's easy to fold and setup even my little boy likes to sitting in it it's very comfy for him.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy fold, lightweight, large hood

    • Weaknesses:

      Doesn’t turn into a double pushchair

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I was kindly gifted the Joie Versatrax pushchair and ramble xl carry cot in ‘grey flannel’ as part of the @officialemmasdiary Parent Squad team. I have been using the pushchair for the past three weeks and can honestly say I absolutely love it!
    I have always been a huge fan of the Joie products and already owned the Serina 2 in 1 swing and bouncer chair. I constantly rave about them both on here! It was so nice to review a brand I already used and loved! I don’t even know where to begin as there is so much that I love about this pushchair!

    The pushchair is so easy to use and set up. You can even fold up the pushchair with the seat still on which is so convenient. I have posted some videos on my story and in my highlights for you guys to go and check out.
    The thing I love the most about the Joie Versatrax has to be how lightweight it is compared to other pushchairs I have used. I live on a top floor apartment that has no lift! The carry cot itself weighs less than 3.5kg! It has made getting up and down the stairs so much easier. The chassis folds up flat and can be carried over my shoulder using the shoulder strap. I can then carry the ramble carry cot separately.
    Other features I love are:
    1️⃣The extendable hood! Several pushchairs I have used do not have it! The hood doesn’t come far enough down to block out any natural or sunlight. The Versatrax does which is an essential for this sunny weather.
    2️⃣ The reclining positions. The pushchair can recline from upright to any position until almost flat. This is easily done with an easy access button on top of the hood. It’s great that it can smoothly be done without disturbing my sleeping baby.
    3️⃣ The robust wheels. They are a great size that allow a smooth ride and that do not buckle when going over uneven surfaces or up curbs.
    We look forward to using our new pushchair this summer. Both my boys fit in the pushchair and Oscar still fits in the carry cot. I am looking to purchase the car seat for Oscar as this can attach to the chassis too.
    The Versatrax retails at £300 and the carry cot at £100. An amazing price and amazing pushchair! They have thought of everything!
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Folds with seat in place, huge basket, love the pockets

    • Weaknesses:

      Bumper bar in odd place, no clip to hold pram together when folded

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I have used this pram with both the carrycot and the seat for my 2 kids. There are loads of positives about this pram but also some negatives.
    The carrycot is pretty long (longer than our previous pram) however is slightly narrower. It looks really comfy and has pockets so that you can put things like your phone and keys for ease of finding them - I love the pockets. It doesn’t have anywhere to easily put toys which is a quite annoying so bear this in mind. The hood of the carrycot also doesn’t come that far forward so I often find that I am having to try and shade my son with my body. If it had a little extendable bit on it it would be much better.
    The seat itself has great recline functions and the hood is better than the one on the carrycot but still not great. The bumper bar is in a really odd location and in feel should be much closer the child than it is. A really big negative for me was how difficult it was to set the seat up! It was near impossible and I am not looking forward to having to move the straps around!
    The pram itself has a huge basket again with pockets which are great. It is easy to steer but does seem quite flimsy at times.
    It’s fold is great and can fold with seat in place. Annoyingly once folded there isn’t a catch to keep it folded so when picking up to put in my car it often starts to unfold!
    It comes with car seat adapters which are also the carrycot adapters which is great as my old pram had multiple different sets of adapters for each different unit.
    It also comes with rain covers which are easy to put on and fit really well.
    Overall I think this is a great pram which folds easily and compactly however needs a clip to hold it together when folded and somewhere form toys to be easily attached.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy fold

    • Weaknesses:

      Hard to adjust the harness

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    First impressions of the pram were very positive. I liked the colour, was easy to set up and the carry cot is lovely and spacious. I found it tricky to turn the set around you would definitely need to hands for this. The fold is super easy with one hand. But I found the pram on the heaiver side when lifting it in and out of boot. The rain covers are so easy to use and the best I have ever used. I found it easy to steer off road and hard to push up and down the footpaths. Overall this pram. Is very good value for money and the only pram u will need from birth to 2.5years the basket on this pram is amazing and so big.
  • 2.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Seat folds with chassis, huge basket, hidden zip and pocket in basket, good quality product

    • Weaknesses:

      Poor maneuvrability, wide wheel base, bumper bar too far forward, car seat too reclined

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I've been using the Joie Versatrax pushchair for a couple of weeks now and my overall impression is mainly positive. There are many features which I like about this pushchair but then there are some points which I just personally don't like. 

    The main positive being that the seat folds down with the frame (not like my previous pushchair). I also like that the seat can be either parent or world facing when folded. There is no changing the chair around when folding, saving time when loading everything back in the car. The Versatrax fits down one half of the boot, leaving space down the other side for the shopping.

    Secondly, the basket- It is huge! It is nice and deep with higher sides, meaning i feel confident when loading it up knowing nothing can fall out. There is also enough space to access the basket from both the front and back, even when the seat is fully reclined. I also like the addition of a zipped compartment and drinks bottle holder at the back of the basket. Perfect to store my car keys and phone whilst out.

    The feel- The whole pushchair feels high quality a well built. It feels as though it is nice and robust which will last a good few years.

    Even though there are many positive points to this pushchair, there are a few points which I simply can't get used to. 

    Firstly the robust design comes at a price in the way that the pushchair is very heavy! This in turn makes the steering difficult and near on impossible to push one handed. It often feels like the front wheels get locked and don't swivel freely like my previous pushchair did. It's such an effort to get the pushchair to go in the direction you wish it to go in. 

    Secondly when using the Maxi Cosi pebble on the chassis it is in such a reclined position. This is fine when my baby is asleep, but if say he is asleep when we arrive somewhere, but then wakes later on. I find my baby is constantly trying to sit forward. I then find myself trying to find things to put behind his back to sit him forward a little. I thought this was just the Maxi Cosi car seats, but when I was in my local Mothercare this afternoon I mentioned this to the manager who tried the Joie own car seats which are approved for the Versatrax. These were just as reclined as the Maxi Cosi was. Either the adapters need to be altered to sit the seat forward a little or separate adapters need to be provided. 

    Other points I feel could be improved are:

    The bumper bar is really far forward. It's more a leg rest as my baby can't reach it with his hands. Perhaps when he is older it will be better placed.

    The wheel base is very wide. This can make it difficult when shopping in small, tight shops. 

    It could do with a clip to keep the chassis held together when folded, as occasionally when lifting in the car it has started to open when lifting it. 

    Overall I do like the Joie Versatrax but the maneuvrability is the biggest turn off about this pushchair for me. As a whole I'd give this pushchair 3 out of 5 stars. 
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      lovely design, very sturdy, folds with ease

    • Weaknesses:

      none

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I was so excited i got chosen to test the versatrax 4 in1 joie. I absolutely love this pram, people have commented on how gorgeous it looks. Pram was very easy to put together and it is beautiful in laurel, my son loves travelling in this pram. Putting it in my small car was no hassle as it was not heavy and it is very easy to set up and to fold down. It has a lovely smooth feel of leather. It has a big basket so there is plenty of storage under the pram enough room to put my shopping bags in. I can adjust the handle to my required level and i'm able to push the pram effortlessly. I loved the sleek frame which was very sturdy and it was very easy and quite fun changing from forward facing to rear facing seat to which i got the hang of. The strong rubber tyres tackled rocky terrain very easily it's been travelling on rocky roads carrying loads of weight. It has a great canopy/rain cover which fits well and didn't move out of place while i went on about my daily duties. Definitely worth a stroll and I highly recommend it.
  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Looks great and good quality

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy and doesn't fold small

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I am a big fan of joie products, they are such great quality and this doesn't disappoint. The colours are beautiful and it feels good quality like it is going to last. It doesn't fold as small as other prawns and slightly heavy to lift into boot but this makes it more sturdy and you get used to it. Would definitely recommend this pram it's beautiful.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Folds like a dream

    • Weaknesses:

      A little heavy

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    What a beauty! I'm absolutely in love with this pram. The colour options are gorgeous and differ from the usual primary or children's colours which gives it a lovely professional but also neutral feel. There are so many fantastic features for me to rave about, I'm not sure where to start. Unboxing was so easy and putting the pram together was definitely one of the easiest baby products I've had to put together, it took around 5 minutes to get from boxed to ready to ride, which I was very impressed with. I also love how easy it it to swap seats around, with a simple action on the sides you just lift and swap, no having to multi task your arms and fingers to get the seat off, it's an absolute dream. Once the full seat is in position, it sits baby up perfectly and lays them right back where my little angel slept like a baby and was cuddled by the soft quality fabric inside. I was tempted to join her but I'm a little too big. I cannot tell you how excited I was with the handy cup holder that works brilliantly, it fits everything from my travel mug to my Daughters flask and babys bottle. This is definitely a feature I wouldn't be without now. In previous prams I've used, I always find the basket underneath to be roomy but I struggle to get in and find what I'm looking for. With this pram there is so much room in the basket i was able to place things in reach and access easily while on the move and the extra zip pouch and popper pocket is a fantastic addition, you don't really realise its there unless you look hard which meant my phone and purse were both safely secure and very easy for me to access without people knowing they are there. The wheels are completely solid and unlike previous prams that tend to wander, this strolled perfectly on all sorts of terrain. The tyres are almost silent when on the move which I love. Now I get to putting the pram down, it's so simple it's unreal. My friend had to struggle with hers, take the pram apart and then fold it down which took up most of my boot... However with the Versatrax I simply lean the seat all the way forward and pull the strap in the middle, done. The pram folds almost flat and the handle bar clicks into place to secure so you can stand it up for easy storage. I cannot tell you enough how impressed I am with this pram. Definitely worth a stroll and I highly recommend it.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Stylish. The only pushchair you'll need.

    • Weaknesses:

      Doesnt come with a footmuff/cosytoes.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This travel system is just perfect for both babies and toddlers eliminating the need to buy a different pushchair further down the line.
    The carrycot is soft and comes with a good quality mattress, its a really good size and im confident it will last a growing baby for 6 months as opposed to the 4 months that previous prams have lasted us. The hood and apron provide good coverage for baby and the handy pocket in the carrycot is perfect for storing small items.
    The seat unit is durable and super easy to switch between parent and world facing. My 3 year old daughter is well within its 22kg weight limit but she is taller than average, whilst her head does sit at the top of the seat, especially when the hood is pulled over she certainly hasn't outgrown it yet and is perfectly comfortable. Given that she usually prefers to walk everywhere now its certainly spacious enough for her now and again use. It can seem heavy up and down pavements with a 3 year old but i would expect this and it isn't an issue with smaller children.
    The extendable hood, seat fabrics, bumper bar, handlebar etc all look and feel very luxurious. The basket is massive! Easily fitting my daughters backpack, coat, wellies and raincover with room to spare. The hidden pocket is also handy for small essentials.
    The fold is very similar to our litetrax which is great, its not often a travel system can fold with the seat unit remaining in place which is really handy and it folds easily and compact. Once folded it holds itself together without the use of a clip which makes unfolding that little bit easier and its light enough to carry and lift.
    It comes with separate rain covers for the carrycot and seat unit, both fit well and are made of flexible plastic meaning the fold away neatly.
    Adaptors are included to attach the carrycot which allow you to attach a variety of car seats, we use the cabriofix and whilst babies shouldnt be in their car seats for long periods, its handy being able to clip it on for the school run from the car when its raining!
    My only tiny niggle with this travel system is the lack of footmuff, which most travel systems seem to include, however, i would compare this in quality and function to much more expensive brands and given the price of the Versatrax, its not a big deal to have to buy it separately.
    Overall, the best travel system we have used and the only one we will need from now on!
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Extremely easy to set up and fold

    • Weaknesses:

      None yet

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    First off I was very pleased to have been chosen to test this, I was extremely happy with how how easy it was to fold down and how little space it takes up in the boot. The basket space is plenty big enough, a very good size, I love the fact a drink holder comes with it unlike most brands you have to purchase separately. I like how high the handlebars go I like to have them on the highest setting on my own pram. It's light enough to be carried one handed with the carry handle which is good if you're constantly putting it down and having to carry it on public transport etc.
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Description

The travel far, experience more, enjoy most pushchair. That's what you get with the new versatrax™ 4in1 by Joie. And more...

Adjusting to baby’s ever changing needs is effortless for this hardworking multitasker. The versatrax™ 4in1 Combining carry cot, infant carrier and forward or rearward facing seat all in one sweet ride, the versatrax perfectly adjust to every baby's needs with no effort.

No need to double over as you fold up, thanks to a handy quick release on the back of the seat. Simply fold the seat forward and lift the fold strap at the back of the seat for a one-hand, one-piece fold that’s more secure than ever.

Whether the seat is fastened forward or rearward, the pushcahir tucks closed and stands ready to store with one quick tug. Back on the go? Waste no time, as the set up is equally easy and fast, and the seat will be already intact. 

This pushchair is a fearless warrior capable of tackling the toughest terrains thanks to its sleek yet robust rubber tyres, and the sturdy foam interior provides a cushy ride for the baby.

Each item on your little passenger’s long list of essentials is kept close in the spacious front and back access basket that’s always reachable, regardless of the seat
position.

Hit the town or the trails with this posh and practical award-winning ride. Lush leatherette details and a sleek frame match comfort and function without compromise.

 

Features:

4in1 Multi-way Usage
Easy Fold and Setup
Compact Pram Fold
Foam Filled, Rubber Tyres
All Access Storage Basket
Award Winning Design

Specs:

Open Size: l 92.4cm x w 65.5cm x 112cm
Folded Size: l 86cm x w 65.5cm x 36cm
Product Weight: 11.7kg
Product Usage: birth to 22kg
Testing Certification: EN 1888-2-2018

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