Joolz Day Review by TLB
The Joolz Day is a travel system suitable from birth. Featuring adaptors for a Maxi Cosi car seat and a beautiful lie flat carry cot. The carry cot can fold flat saving space in the boot of a car and is beautifully designed. Looking very sleek and stylish.
The seat unit is simple to attach and remove and can face both forward and rear facing. There is an extendable foot rest which is great for those slightly taller children and still provides great comfort. The lap bar is easily detachable and gives great detail providing a gorgeous looking pushchair. The handle bar is height adjustable and with beautiful padded leather really does offer a touch of luxury.
The front wheels are lockable and the Joolz Day is a dream to push, easy to manoeuvre and to handle with one hand. I was personally worried about the stitching in the handle bar perhaps causing irritation but I did not notice when pushing. The Joolz Day was able to tackle any terrain I put it against, and thanks to an easy accessible break could even handle been left on an incline.
The Joolz Day features a five point safety harness which is easily adjustable and is comfortable for children to wear. I had no escaping arms and my two year old never complained whilst sat in the very generous and comfortable seat.
The Joolz Day features a bag instead of a basket. It has magnetic fastenings to keep things safe and will fit a Yummy Mummy changing bag inside with ease. The bag does have a gap in the front to allow access to the break, this gap is big enough for a bottle to fall through so do be careful what you out inside.
The Joolz Day is the perfect travel system, however for me I personally struggled with the fold. There is a trick to it and either you can do it or you can’t so I would recommend trying the fold before you buy to ensure you can. At the very least having a demonstration and lots of practise.
The Joolz Day when folded is compact enough to fit in the boot of a family car and is light weight to be portable to carry between cars if needed.
With many thanks to TLB for their review and the use of their photos.