Graco Symbio b: the challenges

We’ve been having some family fun with the Symbio b this weekend. As part of my testing, I decided to set a few challenges which involved the whole family. They are a bit of fun, but they also serve a purpose too. Each challenge has been filmed so for the first time ever I can introduce

Ghostwriterdaddy

Ghostwritermummy

Ghostwriteraunty

Ghostwritertoddler (briefly)

Ghostwriterbaby (even more briefly)

So what are the challenges?

First we have the Blindfold Challenge. This is where I put Ghostwriterdadddy to the test, to see whether or not he could set up the Symbio b with a blindfold. The aim of this challenge is to show how easy (or not) the pram is to set up.

The next challenge is the Instruction Manual Challenge, starring Ghostwriteraunty. Being young and carefree, she does not have kids herself and has only limited knowledge of prams and setting them up. The test here was to see whether or not the instruction manual that comes with the Symbio actually makes sense or not.

Ghostwriteraunty’s second test was the Toddler Seat Challenge, to see how long it takes to convert the Symbio b from newborn mode to toddler mode. I followed the instructions for this and found it a little tricky, so I wanted to see how a ‘complete beginner’ would find it too.

Lastly, we have the Race Challenge. Ghostwriterdaddy and I are both well practised in setting up the Symbio b but I wanted to see how quickly we could do it. This would give an indication as to whether or not the pram can be set up in a rush, such as when its raining or when you need to make a sharp exit… Anyway, we were given two minutes to see how many time we could unfold and set up, then fold the pram back up again.

We had lots of fun making these videos but I think they are quite informative too. They aren’t supposed to be instructional, more a chance for you to see how the pram works and how easy it is to use. Enjoy!

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