Icandy has made many updates to their Peach model, and this one is an upgrade that came out in 2019.
The Peach All Terrain is made for the countryside. Engineered to make things easier for strolling through the city as well.
In this review, I will detail the pros, and point the cons. Try my level best through my search to help you out.
I will also compare this one to another Peach stroller, and another from a top-quality brand as well.
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- Seat Unit suitable from 6 months up to 22kg. (Carrycot is from birth). (Pushchair weight limit is 25kg).
- Carrycot accessories.
- Ventilation system on the seat unit.
- Back pocket on the seat.
- An adjustable canopy with peek a boo window. (Designed to control the airflow).
- A calf rest.
- All-terrain tyres.
- Forward and rear-facing.
- Multiple reclining positions (One hand, 4 reclining positions)
- Leather made bumper bar.
- 5 adjustable point harness.
- 3 wheel or 4 wheel
- All suspension wheels
- Puncture-proof tyres.
- Excellent detail and style. (Stiched and sophisticated fabrics).
- Leather made adjustable handlebar.
- 10kg basket capacity
- Carry straps.
- Frame fold with one hand and auto locks.
- Double convertible.
- Travel system convertible (With adapters).
Included in the package is:
- Seat unit/carrycot.
- Rain cover.
- 1 wheel.
- 4 wheel converter
- Matters, Liner and apron for the carrycot.
Icandy Peach All-Terrain Review: Pushchair Mode.
Product: Peach All-Terrain.
Size of the Product: Folded dimensions: L70 x W61 x H42. 5 cm. Unfolded Dimensions: L55 x W52 x H99 cm. (Weight 3 wheel: 9.3kg. Weight 4 wheel: 11.5kg).
My Rating: 9/10.
This is the only pushchair I came across that gives the option to choose from using a 3 wheeler and 4 wheeler.
Many prefer the former, as you can see it’s lighter. Icandy impresses people with their updated version of the Peach, and this one is not an exception.
Let’s first start from the top and downwards, skipping the carrycot to be included with the accessories.
You have leather made handlebar that’s adjustable. The button is located in the middle between the leather and it only requires you to press it.
It will adjust to 4 positions accommodating many parents lives. Whether you are tall or short it does help when going up a hill, and if you are tall it helps more.
Moving from the handle you have the big extendable canopy. It has a sun visor providing more shade for your little one.
Perfect for taller toddlers, and it has a UPF50+ canopy which is good for water resistance as well. Keeping the UV and water away.
On the back of the canopy, you have a big peek a boo window. It’s designed in a way to give you control.
Made with drapes so you can pull to control the amount of view you want to show. It’s also there for ventilation purposes. Keeping the air flowing regularly.
Perfect for hot summer days. When adjusted the canopy does not fall back confirmed by a mum on madeformums.
It will be steady even when pushing on bumpy grounds keeping your child covered at all times, and you won’t have to always pull it back.
More on the Seat.
The seat has padded cushioned fabrics to make sitting comfortably for any child.
It offers reclining options which can be done by using one hand according to manufacturers (parents argue otherwise).
Giving you a near flat position, snooze and an upright position. This brings me to the age limit.
It’s suitable from birth up to 22kg which is around 4 years. It’s with the family from the beginning to the end, as most children are tired of the pushchair by then.
A forward and rear-facing position on the seat, giving you the option to choose where way your child can face. The peek a boo window helps a lot when your child is facing forward.
You view them from the window without needing to go in front.
The seat unit is designed with a 5 adjustable point harness. It’s easy to fix and detach according to a review. You don’t have to detach the whole harness every time you fix it.
Designed with the seat is the legrest. Perfect for taller toddlers. It can be useful for their legs, and for it not to dangle around while taking a nap.
The peach all-terrain also offers one big mesh pocket at the back. It’s within your reach and you can put there anything you want.
Your phone, wallet, etc. If you are going out for a quick stroll you won’t need to bring with you a bag and such.
Chassis, Wheels and Basket.
Attached is the bumper bar which brings more secure for babies and it’s made out of leather.
As seen above you can have either a 3 wheel chassis or 4 wheel chassis if you want to. This option is available from the start
It’s almost lightweight with the 3 wheel chassis of around 9.3kg which is quite good. Making the pushing much easier for those who can’t handle that much weight.
If your toddler or baby is a bit heavyweight then this option is better. 11.5kg for a 4 wheeler which is the average weight most top quality strollers weigh.
Folding it only takes one hand and it auto-locks when folded. Keeping it from being unstable and easy to carry.
The Icandy Peach All-Terrain has a carry strap to use when folded. For a more compact fold, the front wheel is removable and the Frame stands on its own when folded as well.
If you love using public transport that would help a lot. If you lack space as well. The standing option saves more space.
When thinking about pushing it you might be worried, but according to a mum on madeformums it’s not difficult. It’s actually quite easy.
The handle, Wheels and tyres contribute all to that.
This brings me to the all-terrain wheels the Peach offers. It can be used in any terrain really
The countryside and city have many terrains, which can be walking on grass, mud, sand, etc. The Icandy Peach handles it.
All suspension and puncture-proof tyres make it even better. A 10kg basket capacity that’s reachable in both ways.
Icandy Peach All-Terrain: Multiple Modes.
The link comes with the carrycot, so you can use the stroller from birth. No need for another accessory. If you really don’t want it.
The cot can be used for overnight sleeping which makes it huge and it tics all the boxes for that. Just like the seat unit it offers a big canopy.
Peach offers a UPF50+ canopy with ventilation system and peek a boo window. Both the seat and the cot share the same frame, meaning it’s a convertible cot.
It offers a deep sleeping area which makes from birth up to 9kg that’s around 6 months. Soft padded mattress for more comfort.
The bumper is also attached to the cot to make carrying it easier. It also has covers keeping the baby covered and warm.
The covers are machine washable which will make them last longer. With the pram, you will have a 2in1 travel system.
What makes this all-terrain pushchair more amazing is that it can convert into a double mode.
You only need to buy a double convertible kit and an extra seat unit. You are only able to use the 4 wheels with the double mode.
The double mode it’s a tandem pushchair suitable for twins or children of different ages. (The closer the age the better, according to one mum’s advice).
- Rain Cover.
- Changing bag.
- Adapters for car seats.
- Adapters to elevate the seat unit.
- Heavy with the 4 wheels and with the 3 wheels is not the lightest ever.
- The calf rest is not adjustable.
- It takes two hands to recline the pushchair, although it states one hand.
- It can’t be folded with the seat or carrycot.
- It’s not useable up to 22kg for all toddlers. Some say it’s too short for their toddlers. It’s up to 3 or 3 and a half for some. (The canopy can disturb a child’s head).
- One mum reported reclining the seat does not give a complete recline because the can be converted into a cot.
- Does not offer swivel lockable wheels.
- You can’t push it with one hand.
- It does not offer the most compact fold.
- Big and a bit bulky.
- Wheels must be pumped.
Icandy Peach All-Terrain vs Icandy Peach Pushchair.
There are many versions of the Peach, I previously did a review in one of them. This one is pretty new as well. Let’s see what differs from them.
Both are suitable from birth with either a car seat or carrycot and up to 22kg. Asides from that and other few things they differ.
The all-terrain is an all-terrain buggy while the other does not offer that. The non-all-terrain pushchair offers swivel lockable wheels and it’s a 4 wheel stroller.
Does not offer the option for you to use a 3 wheel which makes it heavier as well. It has removable back wheels rather than a removable front wheel.
The all-terrain has a different boo window with ventilation panels and it offers a pocket on the back of the seat.
Unlike the former, it does offer a convertible carrycot which the other doesn’t offer. The cot and seat unit are separate.
Other than these things they pretty much are the same as any Peach prams.
Icandy Peach has the same design and style thoroughly even if they change many features. The All-Terrain is more expensive becauce of the extra features.
It looks slightly better than the normal non-all-terrain version.
Peach All-Terrain vs Bugaboo Cameleon 3+.
Both coming from top brands makes them compared by many. Icandy and Bugaboo are some of the top leading brands when it comes to strollers.
Both are updated and have grown to popularity and we will see which of these two is better.
Like all quality buggies they share many similarities and these are:
- Suitable from birth with a car seat or carrycot.
- All suspension and puncture-proof tyres.
- Forward and rear-facing.
- Big sun UPF50+ canopy.
- 5 point harness.
- Adjustable handlebar.
- Offer different colours.
- Removeable wheels
- Washable fabrics.
- Have the same weight around 9.6kg.
When it comes to the differences it’s quite noticeable with the design. Bugaboo Cameleon 3 Plus offers a bigger and bulkier design.
Much bigger canopy and carrycot. It has two modes Wheels, meaning you remove the front wheels and only use the back wheels.
Gives better manure on the sand and other rougher terrains. This one offers a rotatable bumper bar and all of the wheels can be removed.
It’s cheaper than the former. When looking at the Icandy Peach All-Terrain you have a pushchair that’s a double converter which makes it already better for many.
It has a ventilation system with a peek boo window. A one-hand fold and stands when folded.
Peach also has a much bigger basket, it’s suitable up to 22kg for many toddlers, etc.
Although it’s more expensive than the former it does have the features for the right price.
When looking at all the factors the Icandy Peach All-Terrain is better and take the first spot.
This proves it’s a valuable stroller to win against Bugaboo. Bugaboo is known for their top quality and all-terrain prams
What is Going to Be, a 3 Wheeler or a 4 Wheeler?
So, what do you plan to use? The 4 wheels or 3 wheels? Many might prefer the 4 wheels because they are more used to it, even it’s heavier.
This all-terrain buggy offers so many things and is much better than the older version. They improved it with 70 enchantments goes to show much has changed.
Perfect to stroll through urban places and anywhere really. The price might put you off, but according to some verdicts, it’s worth it.
Spending this much will give you a buggy that will last for years, it comes with top quality materials and fabrics with soo many features.