The Rverse XLR is the only stroller that you will ever need. This all-in-one stroller is sure to take you from cradles through to crayons and beyond. Easily convert from travel system to bassinet mode for your newborn, reverse the seat for infants and effortlessly add a buggy board or toddler seat when it’s time to travel with two.

With endless travel modes and optional accessories you’ll never need to buy another stroller and the large, easily accessible storage basket makes shopping with a baby a breeze. Whether it’s a walk in the park, a busy day in the city or time for a quiet nap, the bebe care Rverse XLR has you covered come rain hail or shine.

Check out all of the full bebe care range by clicking here.

Bebe care would like to give you the opportunity to win a Rverse XLR stroller in metallic mist of your very own. 1 lucky winner will receive this multi function stroller which includes a raincover, sunshade & bootcover.

To enter simply check out the Rverse XLR by clicking here and use the comment form below to tell us what travel mode is the most appealing and why?

Please note this competition is open from 4th December 2012 until 18th January 2013 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile.  Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. K. Farr - QLD

  • Rearward facing would work best for me and my little man of 5 months because then I can watch all his smiles, laughs and cooing as we walk along.

  • wow what a prize. Extended hood is great i love them all.

  • The Toddler Seat mode would suit me best as I’m heavily pregnant with a 20 month old baby, whose little legs just aren’t up for all that walking. The seat gives her some much needed rest.

  • I’m happy to have -hand-me-down everything else for our coming bundle of joy but it would be wonderful to have a new pram. They seem to be the ultimate fashion statement these days.

  • With so many different modes its hard to choose but the Toddler seat appeals most to me as I have a growing family

  • With a new born due soon The Baby Capsule Mode excites me!!! Ease of two-in-one from car to pram looks so simple but perhaps best of all is the versatile options available and grows from newborn to toddler to weather protection, rear and forward positioning. I can’t think of anything else a new mum could possibly want in a pram!

  • The Lascal Buggy Board mode looks best for me, as the new bub will be safe and comfortable in his seat, while Mr Toddler can jump on and off his board like a big boy!

  • The Lascal buggy board my daughter thinks she is too old to go in the toddler seat but still gets tired walking this would be the perfect solution for my kids.

  • The Baby capsule Mode wins it for me – sleeping in the car no problems – easily transfered.

  • We need a lightweight stroller to get us from newborn to toddler. The sunshade mode is perfect for our Queensland summer.

  • For my toddler and baby both with room to play. Sleek and sophisticated keeping mummy at bay.

  • My Charlotte would love this pram as the one she has now is 2nd hand with a really sqeaky wheel!! ooh and the sunshade mode will help with this QLD heat!

  • With such versatile features this well crafted pram suites all needs from birth to allowing toddlers to hitch a ride, in rain or sunshine, along with carrying the necessary ‘kids gear’ all in one! I love this Rverse XLR. Most appealing is being able to see bub as you push the pram. Makes sense to me.

  • I like the toddler seat the best as my 2 year old gets a bit too excited out and about and forgets to stay with mummy and tries to go walk about. The Toddler Seat will keep him very safe and still be abke to see everything.

  • Rearward facing – It really helps calm the seperation anxiety that we are facing at the moment. I can talk to Torin as we walk and he feels safe as he knows that I am still there.

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