Joie Brisk Pushchair Review

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Joie Brisk pushchair with footmuff
Joie Brisk pushchair with footmuff
Joie Brisk pushchair with raincover
Joie Brisk pushchair with raincover
Joie Brisk pushchair - side view
Joie Brisk pushchair – side view
Joie Brisk pushchair folded
Joie Brisk pushchair folded
Joie Brisk pushchair as a travel system
Joie Brisk pushchair as a travel system
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The Joie Brisk Pushchair is a stylish lightweight stroller that folds with a one-hand, single-touch fold. Simply release the safety, pull the fold trigger and collapse. The 3D fold and aluminium chassis makes the Brisk one of the most compact, lightest weight, fully featured buggies also able to accept a Group 0+ car seat.

The Joie Brisk comes complete with a raincover and footmuff, a padded 5-point safety harness that adjusts to 3 different heights to grow with your child.  The seat unit also features a 2 position leg rest to offer calf support and multi recline suitable for a newborn.

To enable your Joie Brisk Pushchair to become a travel system just flip up the calf support, recline the seat and click in a Joie Group 0+ car seat for an amazingly compact travel system.

Suitable from birth to 15kg

Product Open Dimensions: l 94 x w 50 x h 103cm

Product Folded Dimensions: l 113 x w 27.9 x h 33cm

Product Weight: 8,6kg

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  1. lottyb wrote on
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    After using a Quinny Buzz since his birth, we wanted to get something more lightweight for our 10 month old. He’s just started nursery and we wanted something easier to fold and store as the Quinny was far too hefty.

    This has been a great stroller to move on to. It is so much lighter to push / drag about compared to the Quinny and is really simple to fold for easy storage. The shopping basket underneath was a lot more generous than the one on the Quinny. I can squeeze in not only the raincover, but our changing bag aswell (the basket under the Quinny was pretty useless)! Also, the raincover is a lot more spacious and doesn’t tend to steam up like our Quinny did. I always struggled with the Brake on the Quinny but this is so much easier to put the break on and take it off.

    It’s perhaps not so easy to steer as the Quinny, but thats only if I’m being picky and I didn’t receive a footmuff so can’t comment on that.

    All in all I’d recommend this as a next step stroller.

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