I have a 16-month-old son, so far we have been using the KinderKraft Prime Lite stroller and I was very satisfied with the carriage on the most of terrain. My child felt comfortable (even on the wood's roads). But due to the fact that it is difficult to fold the stroller and put it in the trunk of the car, and also for traveling by train and plane, we decided to prepare a lighter travel stroller that, in addition to being comfortable to sit and lie down, has a stable frame and be light and compact. Since my son does not walk independently yet and spends most of his time outside in a stroller, it is very important for me to have a comfortable place to sit and sleep.
Probably, the second stroller will be used more during the trip, but I would like to replace it with an everyday stroller if possible.
I checked a lot of strollers and found that in the middle range, most of the strollers' skeletons are weak and unstable and have a small seat (such as Chicco We, Maxi Cosi Lara2, and Hauck Colibri and Travel N care). With the increase in budget, I came across an Easy-walker Jacky XL stroller that has bigger rear wheels and the seat is a good size, but at the same time it is light and compact.
I also liked the Yo Yo, but first of all, it costs a lot for the second stroller, and in addition, the footrest, the transport bag, and the bumper bar must be prepared as accessories. which increases the cost again.
Another option was Bugaboo Butterfly, which has a high price but has a large and comfortable seat. But it was rejected because of the cost.
And the ErgoBaby Metro+ stroller, which despite its average price is high and was a competitor for Easy Walker. Compared to it, it has a smaller seat and wheels, and only the front wheels have a suspension system. Therefore, this option was also rejected.
I would be happy to know your opinion about this.