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Silver Cross introduces a new pram system- Pacific Autograph

The new pram system by the premium British nursery brand is launched as in the Autumn Winter’19 collection

October 14, 2019

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Silver Cross has introduced a new stroller in the Autumn Winter’19 collection- Pacific Autograph. The pram is easy to push and fold and has multi-terrain tyres that give a sense of ease and comfort for the parent to move the stroller around. The stroller is inspired by old Hollywood and early 50’s chic and elegance.

The stroller features premium twill fabrics, a high shine chassis and chrome toned wheel trims, whilst the super soft fur seat liner and quilted carrycot liner ensuring the comfort of the baby. The newborn bamboo-lined carrycot is suitable for overnight sleeping and there is a UPF 50+ sun protection and pop-out sun visor. The seat liner is also included which is reversible and has a faux fur. The 5-point safety harness and there is also an easy to use fitted rain cover included in the pram system.

The pram system is available in two colours to choose from- Ink and Bronze. It features quilted bamboo lining to the patent two-tone bumper bar and every premium detailing of this pram has been duly considered. The seat unit is reversible and one may choose from rear or forward facing with three different recline positions.

There is a high shine black chassis which allows for an all-in-one fold with the seat unit in place. The black gloss chassis also features a beautiful laser etched Autograph logo and there is also a huge basket under the seat which provides for more room for baby essentials. The adapters can be purchased as an accessory to complete the travel system.

Silver Cross has an extensive collection of prams and pushchairs, a furniture range for home and nursery, as well as a wide range of car seats and accessories. Known as the ‘de première classe’ in the strollers’ category, Silver Cross has carved a niche for itself and is trusted by the royal family for generations. By the mid 1900s, the company had made a name for designing and manufacturing the world’s most exquisite and finest looking baby coaches- which came to be known as the “Rolls-Royce of prams”. It is the only pram manufacturer still producing coach-built prams in the UK.

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