Jane Rocket 2 £199.00
The Compact and Lightweight Pram
From birth to 22 kg, you can get around with your baby in the Rocket pram. You can even take in on the plane!
Move freely anywhere and take your little one with you comfortably and safely. Agile, light and super compact when folded, you can take your Rocket on the plane.
Rocket 2 Easy Connection System
The Rocket 2 pushchair chassis now includes the Pro-Fix anchor system so the baby carriers Koos i-Size R1 and Nest (the Groowy baby carrier) can be attached to the Rocket 2 using the 4303-X09 Rocket 2 Adaptors.
Features and benefits:
There are 1 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Pia United KingdomOwner10 May 2019 17:44
Easy to travel with as it easily compacts and it’s light weight. My little loves it as she can climb in and out as she pleases. Safety bar is fantastic as I know she won’t suddenly leap out whilst walking along as she screams when strapped in. Love the in built sun visor as makes it nice and boring for her to fall asleep. Basket underneath is a decent size can carry her backpack, potty and a few other jackets and such. Pocket of the hood is handy as well as the one handed lay down/ up function.
Only complaint from my partner who is 6ft 2 is the handle bar isn’t high/long enough as he accidents kicks the brake and engages it. I blame his big feet so if your tall with big feet might be a problem but I am 5ft 7 with no issues like this. I love it and that’s the only thing that annoys him about it.
Jané pushchairs have a connection system built-in their chassis called Pro-fix. This patented system allows you to attach all Jané infant car seats and carrycots unto the chassis and convert the pushchair into a pram or travel system without requiring any adaptors or fitting kits. Most Jane pushchairs are also compatible with other major branded car seats on the market when used in connection with the Jane Multi Car Seat Adaptors (available separately).
The chart below shows which car seats can be connected to Jané pushchairs, and if needed, what adaptors are required to do so.