As you know we’ve been lucky enough to test out quite a few new prams recently and it has been so interesting learning what we find most useful and the things that are perhaps a bit unnecessary…

One of our more recent prams that we’ve been asked to review is the Joie Mytrax Flex from their Signature range, it is quite a bit cheaper than the other prams we’ve trialled and tested but my word I love it!!!

It retails at £299 and you can buy it from quite a few stores; Argos, Boots and Mothercare to name a few. When we moved into our new house I was keen to find a light weight pram or stroller that was able to fold up quite small as we’ve moved right into the town centre so no longer have a driveway or garage to store it in. I searched the internet and was quite sure I wanted to get the Joie Nitro LX stroller as my mum has a similar one for when she takes Reggie out and its so nimble and light weight… however… having read all the specifications and measurements it seemed that the Mytax Flex was much more luxurious and practical yet didn’t weigh a huge amount more than their small fold up stroller, so it was a bit of a no brainer for me.

Having used the pram for a few months now I am really confident that you’ll love it, my favourite features are the tan leatherette handle and accent on the middle strap, the cup holder… yes I am now a stereotypical town mum who loves her daily coffee! The very generous basket beneath the pushchair and an added zip up bag for quick access (this is where I keep Reggie’s snacks, water bottle, wet wipes, and my phone and money) I love that its easy to alter the incline of the pram so Reggie can go from sitting to lying down without any clunky movements if he’s fallen asleep and I also love being able to easily see Reggie through the peek-a-boo window on the canopy.

The only thing that I have sometimes found difficult is folding the pram, occasionally it jams and I have to shake it a bit for it to fold together… I think this might be because I use our thick sheepskin liner in it…

Does the Mytrax Flex cope well on different terrains?…

Yes, this is one of our biggest needs as we live in the centre of town but regularly visit our parents in the countryside or take Reggie for walks to the park. Considering the Mytrax Flex has particularly small front wheels I was concerned that it make struggle over cobbled roads and climbing curbs, but it hasn’t let me down once. Another bonus is that the pram is nimble and light which makes pushing it uphill and lifting up and down steps not a problem at all.

I am so happy with the Mytrax Flex that I have recommended it to family and friends, I am even running a giveaway to win a brand new one over on my Instagram, I will make sure I leave the details for the giveaway below.


The giveaway will be running on my Instagram (@iamlivrose).

To enter please follow the below steps:

  • Follow @iamlivrose and @joie_global
  • Tag in the comments on the giveaway post 3 friends who would love to win it.
  • Repost the photo on your Instagram feed (tagging @iamlivrose and @joie_global in the actual photo)


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