I have been using the Vibe stroller by Phil, and this one is really similar but with 4 wheels. Personally I would still opt for 3 wheels, but I can say that I've only had great experiences with the Vibe. They're fantastic strollers that look good and perform even better. I love the softness of the liners, every detail has been thought of in terms of aesthetics - very happy!
Luckily, I was able to buy my dream pram, the phil&teds verve (after my pleading with my hubby). I'm not sure if anyone saw the competition they did when they launched it a while back? phil&teds ran a verve comp and one lucky person won a verve. People had to make a 'verve-acious' video and phil&teds staff voted for their favourite - it was so much fun, I was too nervous to make a video though.... I saw it in my local store and I fell in LOVE! It just screamed BUY ME, NATALIE! I love fashion and as I figured that my pram would be my new handbag, and I wanted to feel great pushing my pram, but after all my research - online and talking to fellow parents, friends and family - I knew functionality would be (and the fact I was planning #2 in the couple of years following) be a huge factor and needed to be considered - a few people had said that was their biggest mistake when buying their first pram. I am so glad I went with the verve!!! I can push it with one hand, I got my second seat that has an awesome recline (when I have baby number 2), it's plush, and my daughter loves it!! We often use the second seat for my nephew and the pair of them fight over who's in the back seat!! I just have one wish - some other colour liner options. Nat :)