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Silver Cross Reflex: Best Lightweight Buggy Design, Junior Design Awards 2014 WINNER

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They Say:

"The Reflex lightweight pushchair provides the ultimate combination of convenience for you with comfort for your baby. It has everything: multi-position recline, the best lie-flat position in its class, an enormous UPF50+ extending hood, and three-mode LED safety lights for extra visibility, plus the unique ergonomic curved seat support makes it incredibly comfortable. Add the optional newborn accessory pack and you have a versatile from birth pram, or use it with the optional simplicity car seat to create a complete travel system. The Reflex package includes a deep padded footmuff, harness pads and seat liner, and a ventilated rain cover.

Comfortable:

The unique ergonomic curved seat support keeps baby away from the pushchair structure with a clever mesh seat back that creates ultimate comfort and air flow. The Reflex seat is the widest in its class, and the full lie flat recline means that a sleeping baby is perfectly comfortable while in the buggy. An all inclusive padded seat liner, harness pads and cosytoes footmuff add to the comfort for baby.

Streetwise:

The highly reflective piping added to the Reflex means it will be seen in low light conditions, plus there are 2 LED safety lights mounted on either side of the pushchair at driver's eye height, featuring 3 different modes, constant, flashing and rotating, ensuring great low light visibility.

Compact:

The Reflex folds down to an extremely small size quickly and easily, and the integrated carry handle means it’s simple to carry around when not in use. The ingenious bumper bar gives your baby something to hold on to while pushing, and folds down with the buggy too.

Sun Protective:

The fully adjustable Reflex hood offers your baby UPF50+ sun protection, and the enormous zip-out hood extension means that your baby is protected when lying flat or sleeping. An integrated hood window also lets you keep an eye on your child at all times.

Adaptable:

The Reflex converts into a rearward facing pram with the optional newborn accessory pack. Reflex also converts into a travel system with the optional Simplicity car seat. Reflex is available in seven funky colours.

Judges Comments:

"A deserving winner from a brilliant, British company. Waving the flag for great British design, Silver Cross has created a lightweight buggy at a good price with fantastic design features. The lie-flat position is very impressive and the side lights are a thoughtful addition."

Where to Buy:

www.silvercrossbaby.com

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