BRITAX BOB Weathershield : Review

I am not going to lie, since owning our BRITAX BOB Revolution Pro it really has become a much loved member of our family. BOB as we have fittingly named the pushchair really is talked about as our 6th member. If we go out on our walks “BOB” comes with us and Lewis even asked me last week if “BOB” was coming on our foreign holiday with us next year!

You may recall from our original review that we were rather upset of a lack of raincover provided with “BOB” when received the pushchair. Now with the weather drastically turning on us our need for a raincover has increased and the lovely people at BRITAX have heard our crys for help and provided me with a Weathershield to test.

WeathershieldMy first impression of the Weathershield was that the material/plastic is really lightweight, and when the cover is folded up its really not that bulky like over raincovers.

Fitting it to “BOB” was simple but at times rather fiddly, its just a case of practise makes perfect.

Weathershield 1Simply fit the bottom of the Weathershield to the front wheel, attach the straps to the hooking point by the side of the seat and wrap the cover around the top of the pushchair using the flap and last strap.

As mentioned earlier to material is lightweight, made with PU-coated nylon to protect from wind/water and there are stratigically placed vents to allow a good air flow but whilst offering that promised protection from the elements.

Weathershield 2With the Weathershield in place there is still a fantastic amount of space within the pushchair for Leah which is brilliant as I find now with Leah being older she is hating having a raincover due to the restrictions within the pushchair.

The BRITAX BOB Single WeatherShield has an RRP of £31 and can be purchased online.

 

**This is not a sponsored post, I was provided with a BRITAX BOB Single Weathershield to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.

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