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phil&teds wins BIG with three prestigious

phil&teds wins BIG with three prestigious

Red Dot Awards

phil&teds, the coolest little Kiwi company in the nursery world have scored an incredible triple whammy in the Internationally acclaimed Red Dot product design awards held in Essen, Germany on the 29 June 2015 with three leading buggies that deliver in outstanding innovation, performance and world class engineering.

The phil&teds premium four wheel buggy verve was triumphant, as was sister company, Mountain Buggy, who similarly won awards for its innovative nano and its new premium urban jungle luxury collection. This year, the Red Dot Award’s international, 38-member expert panel evaluated 4,928 entries from 56 countries and selected the winners according to the highest standards using a strict criterion, based on the latest findings in formal, technical, manufacturing, societal, industrial and ecological requirements.
phil&teds chief cook & bottle washer (CEO) Campbell Gower is thrilled with the win, “We're just a small company based in New Zealand and our Design Team is thrilled to accept these three prestigious Red Dot Product Design Awards for our strollers. This accolade confirms our position as design innovators and is a fantastic addition to the international awards from consumer and industry the team has already received.”

All three winners offer something uniquely different for parents around the globe
· phil&teds verve: a premium inline buggy that is ideal for parents of one or two children, uptown & urban terrain for the city streets. Judges stated: “Verve delights with its great flexibility. Use of high quality materials, clear lines and an ergonomic design contribute further to the good overall impression”
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· Mountain Buggy nano: is the ultimate travel companion that promises convenience, longevity, an authentic Mountain Buggy experience of ease and maneuverability with first class safety innovation.Judges stated: “Uncompromising competency and considerable courage and you (MB) have measured yourself successfully against the best”
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· Mountain Buggy urban jungle luxury collection: is the epitome of premium quality, world-class engineering, craftsmanship and fashion tailoring. Judges stated: “The use of classical materials and patterns provides the pushchair with a timelessly elegant appearance. Furthermore, it’s many practical detail solutions are convincing”
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“We pride ourselves on our design effort that combines form and function to create the most versatile buggies, while maintaining iconic styling that sets us apart,” said Phil Brace, Lead Designer, at phil&teds. “While our buggies have evolved over time, we remain focused on the detail in order to deliver high performance, quality products that put safety first. It’s a thrill for me and the team to be internationally recognised in this way, and humbling to be acknowledged alongside winners like Ferrari, Apple and Dyson.”


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