Greentom Upp Reversible Pushchair – Unboxing & First Impressions
The Greentom Upp system is an innovative invention for the new generation. It’s a collection that consists of three phases of prams/pushchairs using the same chassis and it’s different in every detail from what we know from this market.
It’s completely made of recycled plastic, 100% sustainable and designed for the future in every possible way.
The three phases allow the Greentom to grow with your baby/child. We have the middle phase — the Greentom Upp Reversible Pushchair. We have just received our order this week and this post is all about unboxing our new, green pushchair and our first impressions of it.
One of my favourite things about the Greentom is that you customise the chassis and the fabric colour to fit your style. You can choose between white, grey and black for the chassis and there are ten gorgeous fabric colours to choose from. We went for the black chassis and my favourite colour orange for the fabric.
The stroller arrived packaged in cardboard only. There was no plastic wrapping in sight! Inside a big box, I found two smaller boxes. One contained the chassis and the other the reversible seat bit and its accessories. In the box there was also a nice Greentom tote bag.
Here’s the chassis which you can see folds neatly. It’s a compact design and it folds very flat. Everything was already assembled which was very helpful.
There were also instructions in many languages, a grey plastic bit that I don’t know what it’s for (does anyone know?) and the bumper bar.
The beautiful orange seat came assembled. The only thing I needed to attach was the hood. It was really easy to attach the seat to the chassis and it’s just as easy to change the direction of the seat whenever you wish.
The seat is quite wide and padded for comfort. The shoulder pads are cushioned too and the 5-point harness seams to be really comfortable.
My 2-year-old daughter and I both immediately fell in love with our Greentom Upp. We both love the vibrant colour and the overall look. My girl wanted to get into the seat straight away and stayed in it sat in our living room for quite a long time. She didn’t want to get out which must mean it’s really comfortable.
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We’ve taken it on a couple of test rides so far and after using it for a few more weeks, we’ll be back with a full review of the Greentom Upp Reversible Pushchair in which we’ll look at each part of the stroller in detail. Stay tuned!
Visit Greentom.com for more information and check out our unboxing video below:
We were sent this pushchair for review. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.
I'm a mum in my late twenties with over 15 years of childcare experience working as a private nanny, babysitter and a few years as a nursery teacher. I am also an approved foster carer and now I've got my own family too! I love finding great items for babies, children and mums.