The Leebruss Take Off Pushchair, is designed by ABC, one of the world’s leading pram design houses and often described by people as a “buggy in a suitcase”, so my interest was immediately piqued.
Features include: ultra small folding size so that it can fit in the overhead luggage compartment on a plane – how cool is that?Â It has an integral extending carry handle on the case, an integrated trolley function via telescopic pull out handle, a 5 point safety harness, a basket to use as a shopping bag, front lockable swivel wheels, and an adjustable backrest for sitting or relaxing positions.
*Editors Note: I (Natalie) tried out this pushchair at The Baby Show last year after being initially suspicious of the appearance. It really is amazing the way it folds down although you need a couple of practices to get the knack (either that or I was being a donut), and it was super comfy. How do I know? I sat in it and he even gave me a little push around. Robust! I do still think it looks a little quirky under the seat but that might just be me being ‘awkward’. I’d say a definite competitor to the mighty Micralite Fastfold.
Available from Baby Equipment Complete for Â£168.99.Â RRP is Â£169. If you saw this on The Apprentice, check out our product highlights from the show.