Hi, thanks for your advice!
Do you think that the Dragonfly will be a hardwearing stroller or as it is a new design likely to run into a number of problems? Also how would you compare it to the compact Joolz stroller?
The Dragonfly is incredibly light - plus a reversible. It may last ok (I wouldn't say hardwearing as with that weight and wheels width, I don't think it can be), nothing crazy then, but ok, WHEN and IF used as this type should - on urban rides, not crazy terrain.
Personally, I find the Joolz Hub much sturdier, though, but it is also much heavier. That one would last, frame-wise, much better from my point of view.
I am assuming you meant comparing it to the compact reversible, and not the cabin-sized, non-reversible Joolz Aer+ - but if you were, that one is a different type, so it doesn't really make sense compacting. The Aer line, though, proved rather well designed in terms of longevity.