Includes: Easy Fit Clamp and Parasol
With an easy-fit clamp, our Essentials Parasol offers a secure fit to your pushchair and great protection from the sun.
The adjustable arm is incredibly flexible, letting you choose a position you're happy with and giving your little one better protection from the sun. The fibreglass frame gives the parasol more strength, while the specially designed grip means a tight and secure fit to your pushchair.
The parasol comes with UPF 50+ fabric, so it's incredibly protective from harmful UV rays. And the quick-release button means you can remove it in one click.
UPF 50+ fabric protects baby from harmful sun rays
Improved strength makes the parasol more durable for added longevity
Easy-fit clamp for secure hassle-free fitting
Quick-release button for easy removal
Composition: Fabric: 100% polyester
Care & Maintenance: Wipe clean with a damp cloth
Self-Assembly Required? Part assembled
Dimensions: H: 72cm W: 76cm D: 76cm approx. (unfolded product). H: 72cm W: 7cm D: 8cm approx. Weight: 0.47kg.
Which pram is right for me?
At first glance, the number of makes and models of prams available can make shopping for a new one seem overwhelming. The important thing to remember is that everyone is different, which means the pram your friend has might not be the perfect fit for you and your family. Instead, do some research and consider your own needs. We’ve put together a handy pram buying guide which we hope will help you decide the best option for you and your little one.
Do I need a pram, buggy or a stroller?
Knowing the difference between a pram, pushchair, buggy and stroller can be helpful when shopping around for your little one. Pushchairs are designed with folding seats on wheels that are suitable for babies and small children. Prams have lie-flat seats which make them perfect for newborns in their early months. Strollers or buggies tend to be lightweight and compact when folded up, making them great for travelling with toddlers. To help you decide which option would work best for you, check out our prams buying guide for more information.
I need a travel pram, what should I look for?
Whether you’re off on a long-haul international holiday or just a cheeky weekend away, one of the first things you’ll want to look for is a lightweight pram or stroller. Travel prams tend to be easy to fold up and compact down into small spaces, which is ideal when you’re travelling as a family. The exact pram you go for will depend on your needs, for example, whether it needs to fit in the back of your car or you’re looking for one suitable to take on an aeroplane. We know that travelling with a baby can be tough; here is a quick look at holiday essentials and the things you need to keep in mind when travelling with a baby.
How do I look after my pram?
A pram or stroller is a big purchase, so it stands to reason that you are going to want them to last a long time – which means that taking care of them in the right way is essential. It is a good idea to check wheels are free of debris and stones, as things like grit and dirt can cause long-term damage. Most pram covers are machine washable so you can pop them in the washing machine or give them a wipe over with a damp cloth to keep them clean.
I’m travelling with a toddler, what do I need to take with me?
Travelling with a toddler can be heaps of fun, but this is much more likely to be the case if you have a few essentials with you. These essentials will depend on where you are travelling and how long you are away. However, things like a travel cot and a lightweight stroller are usually considered essential – and even things like taking some toys for them to play with can help your travel experience be more enjoyable.
I’m travelling with a newborn, what do I need to take with me?
If you’re travelling with a newborn then there are definitely a number of baby travel products that would be considered essential – we’ve put together a blog post with some baby travel advice here. Whether you’re leaving the house for an hour or two, or you’re going to be away for much longer taking wet wipes and nappies with you is a must. A lightweight travel stroller or pram that folds down is ideal for taking on car trips, trains, and even flights. Bringing some travel toys can help keep your little one entertained while you’re in transit. Additionally, packing all of your baby's essentials into a changing bag will make it much easier to carry everything around with you.