Advantages Good value, versatile, stylish, easy to use
Disadvantages Small shopping basket
|Ease of cleaning|
|Value for Money|
|Age Group||0 - 6 months|
We have recently had a little girl and choosing the right travel system for us was something we gave a lot of consideration to before she was born. We wanted something that would last from birth for a few years.
We tried the bugaboo and liked the features, but it was just too pricey for us. So we set about looking for a travel system that had a lot of the same features, but a smaller price tag and decided upon the Hauck Infinity – I’m very glad we did.
We have not yet used the pushchair part as our baby is only 3 months old and this cannot be used until she reaches 6 months so we are currently using the carrycot and car seat together with the frame.Hauck Infinity features:
The infinity is lightweight, has pneumatic tyres, adjustable handle height, and baby can face towards or away from you – these are all qualities that the bugaboo has.Cost:
This turns the Hauck Infinity into a traditional looking pram (but with a modern twist) which has met with the approval of the older members of our family! It is easy to fit onto and take off the frame and has a comfortable mattress. The hood can be easily pulled up or put down or even stopped at a halfway position. The carrycot has a mattress and apron.
There is a handle on the top of the hood to make the carrycot easier to carry. The carrycot can be used on its own for baby to sleep in which is great when you are out and about.
The carrycot can be used until your baby is 6 months old.
The frame is versatile as it should be for a travel system – the carrycot, pushchair and/or carseat can be attached. With the adaptors I think it will take a Maxi-Cosie or Graco car seat as well as the Hauck one. It is very easy to put on/take off the carrycot and pushchair but I do find the car seat a bit finickety to fit.
The two pvc front wheels are smaller for maximum manoeuvrability, the two back wheels are larger and pneumatic.
The handle is comfortable as it is black and foam padded and the height is easily adjusted (a feature only available on the most expensive bugaboo, the Chameleon).
The frame is very lightweight as it’s made from aluminium (which was/is important to me) and so is easy to lift and carry when folded. It’s very easy to fold up and down and put in the car (although it’s a bit big for my ford fiesta!).
The shopping basket underneath the frame is not very big which is a bit of a pain, so I use clips on the handle to hang bags from.
I think the Hauck Infinity is a well made system which you would expect from a German manufacturer – I have not had any problems so far and everything feels like good quality.
The fabric parts are machine washable which is good especially when you are going to be using a system for a number of years. The rear tyres may need to be pumped up from time to time.
You can buy additional accessories to accompany the travel system.
Footmuff (I purchased this separately for £35 – it’s a lovely thick fleece and I think it will be really cosy in the winter), changing bag.
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