I was contacted late last year by a Company called Dubatti to see if I would be interested in looking at their pushchair that was set to launch into the UK in 2017 and I jumped at the chance.
If you’ve been a regular reader, you know how much I love finding out what’s new on the market and the Dubatti from the off had me intrigued
Firstly, it’s the first pushchair I know of that will be here in the UK that you can personalise with colours to the extent this one can be.
It has colour choices for the hood, seat/carrycot, chassis bumper/handlebars and even shopping basket and with the choice of city wheels or all-terrain wheels meaning that the Dubatti has hundreds of ways you can make the pushchair yours.
When the Dubatti pushchair arrived, I loved the quality fabrics and the instructions that come were super to follow so only took about 10-15 minutes to put together.
I loved how the pushchair seat fabrics and the carry cot fabrics attach to the same frame of the pushchair so with a swift zip on and off of fabrics you can change from carrycot 0-6months
To 6 months + with the seat fabrics in place.
The Dubatti pushchair comes with air-filled tyres and the best suspension I have seen. The all-terrain model that was sent was easy to push over uneven ground and pavement pounding on the school run too.
I love the way this pushchair allows you to place the seat unit/carrycot at two different height levels that’s great for making sure your baby can sit at table with you if you don’t have access to a highchair. It means that if you are on the shorter side like me, then you can drop the seat lower to change the balance of the pushchair so it’s easier to get up kerbs and easier to push.
It also has the expected features I love that I think need to be a must on any pushchair, an adjustable handle bar, an oversized hood to protect those little peepers, the option to world and parent face, an easy to access 5-point safety harness and the ability to add a cosy toes to ensure its cold weather proof for those cold winter mornings.
The pushchair on a whole is easy to fold, but you have to remove the carrycot/seat unit before you can fold the chassis, there’s not a way to fold it with the seat unit/carrycot attached that I have found.
You can remove the wheels if you need a more compact fold, but it is not the smallest fold on the market, however being in two separate parts it is easy to lift in and out the car!
Braking wise the Dubatti pushchair has a super break that is placed in the middle of the rear wheels and is one of the best I have used with a step on, step off function so it’s great to keep your toes safe in the summer too as you don’t have to put your foot under it to work it like some have.
The shopping basket under the pushchair is of a solid bag style construction which keeps everything safe and dry underneath which is amazing compared to its net counterparts but it isn’t the biggest of shopping baskets so you will need to bare this in mind.
The bag is a little more difficult to access when the seat unit is in the parent facing mode, which can be an issue for many pushchair so this certainly doesn’t put me off it, I found tilting the seat back rectified this and made it easier to access.
The raincover comes included and is made to fit both the carrycot and the seat unit but there are no fastenings on the cover so when on the seat unit it does look like it would blow away, however we have never had an issue of it actually coming off.
The Dubatti One all terrain pushchair is beautifully stylish with some amazingly well thought out features with the height adjustable seat/carry, and personalisation with materials, frames, wheels and handle bummer bar.
The shopping basket is not the biggest on the market but it certainly is the most protective with its full bag construction. I also love not having my shopping on show!
It handles well and the brakes are super. With its adjustable handle bar its good to go for people of all heights.
So watch out for this beauty hitting the shelves in the coming months.
Disclaimer: We were sent this product for the purposes of this post. All thoughts and opinions were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse