Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

Singapore Mom Blooger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy We recently attended the launch of Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy at iScream; a boutique style ice cream parlour nested in the heartlands at Bedok. 

(Totally missing Estella in our M.I.C.E set up.)

Lucky Baby is a home-grown heritage brand that has grown exponentially in the export markets since 1979.


Modern appearance of the Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy won me over even before bringing it out for a test drive.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

It is available in 2 stylish combination; Blue+Brown & Beige+Black.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

At Approximately 7.6kg, the Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy isn’t the lightest buggy around. But the solid aluminium structured buggy is very sturdy and well made.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

Safety ranks highly in our quest of picking a suitable buggy.
Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy not only has a 5 point harness system,
it is also in compliance with the European Pushchairs and Prams Standard.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

The sturdy wheels manoeuvre effortlessly. Fluid braking system. Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy also offer shock absorption system for a smoother ride.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

Full Canopy offers protection against the harsh sunlight. There is even a mesh opening on the canopy for better ventilation. The seat on Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy is so wide and spacious that James sleeps comfortably on it.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

The shopping basket is somewhat small-ish. But, it is still able to fit a small diaper bag and some light grocery shopping. There are also additional pockets of storage space behind the buggy. Perfect for essentials and a pack of handy wet wipes.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

Most importantly, it is a “One Hand Operating System” Buggy. Only one hand is needed to close the buggy and recline the buggy.

In all aspects, this seems like the ultimate buggy. But, I have only one grouse over it. The handles. The ergonomically designed handles are comfortable, but I’m just not sure how much abuse can the spongy rubber handle.

Even with that being said, the Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy is a good investment. Comfortable, sturdy and exceptionally well made! Definitely value for money.

See if the Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy
survived the harsh scrutiny of the other 4 mom bloggers.
AmazinglyStill, CherieLadie, MummyEd & Miracule.
Singapore Mom Blogger Irene Soh Review of Lucky baby Avenue 2 Buggy

Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy is suitable for babies from 6 months onwards and could carry a maximum weight of 15kg.

Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy is now priced at the promotional rate of S$149 (Usual: S$199) at OG and Metro.

Visit Lucky Baby International Facebook Page for more informations.

Full Disclosure: We were gifted the Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy for reviewing purposes. All views and opinions are our own.

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  1. Prad Sel says:

    Hello there,
    I landed up to your site while reading for reviews about Lucky baby Avenue 2 Stroller. I am just wondering if you could help me with one question. Do you find if one of the front wheels is tight and dont rotate freely?
    I would like to understand if its by design or a fault.

    Thanks!
    Prad

    • singaporemomblogs says:

      Mine wheels are alright… they move freely. Could you have accidentally locked the front wheels?

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