Redsbaby Metro Review | Lisa

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Real Parents, Real Feedback!

Redsbaby is an innovative, Australian manufacturer of stylish and practical prams and strollers. Redsbaby is a pure online retailer, meaning that you will not find their prams in your local baby store.

Lisa was one of 5 parents selected to trial the new Redsbaby Metro for one month and share her feedback.

Enjoy reading her honest review of the Redsbaby Metro and Buggyboard below!


It was love from the moment I opened the box of the Redsbaby Metro. Here are just some of the things I loved most about the Metro.


The Metro is so easy to use.

I admit (guiltily) that I didn’t read the instructions before pulling it out, but I didn’t need to.

It was so intuitive and the only thing I really needed to check was how to collapse the pram and even that was so simple.

Plus, it automatically locks so it won’t fling open again when you’re trying to put it away.


The Metro is so compact. It takes up about half the space in my boot as my other pram.

When the seat is outward facing, it can collapse in one piece too.

This makes it so quick and easy to put away.


It comes included with a belly bar that can open and swing out from both the left and right.

I’ve owned two other prams.

One didn’t even include a belly bar and the other pram required the belly bar to be removed any time I needed to get my baby out.

It also folds out of the way when the pram is collapsed for easy storage.


This is one of the best things about the Metro. It is HUGE! Yes, I used capitals – that’s how big it is.

I popped into the supermarket for a few things and managed to fit two packets of nappies, 4 litres of milk, cheese, yoghurt and all the ingredients for that night’s dinner. Even then I could have fit more in.

Plus, unlike other prams, no matter which way the seat is facing, the basket is very easily accessible.


My baby’s nappy bag is jam packed and it’s always a battle to find my phone, wallet or keys in what feels like a black hole. But the Metro has this nifty pocket at the back of the seat where I can store these for easy access.


I have alternated putting my baby and my three year old in the pram, so have needed to adjust the straps. I couldn’t believe how easy it was to adjust.

As you can see, I adore this pram. And I haven’t even listed all the things I love, just my highlights.