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Hauck Colibri: Is this good for terrain?

Alexb • 08 Nov 2021

Hello,

I would like to know if I can, with this stroller and its suspensions, be comfortable on damaged roads, paths or earth/dirt roads?

Thank you so much

 
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Eli • 09 Nov 2021

Hey, Alex!

I am so sorry to disappoint you, but this is a VERY urban morel with weak suspension and super small wheels. On damaged roads, you will be very uncomfortable with it, and you might damage it and its frame considerably as it is not meant for such use at all.

I strongly recommend you to read this guide about stroller wheels types, also this guide about three-wheeled versus four-wheeled strollers, and, lastly, this article about choosing your stroller. You should find that to set up priorities when choosing a stroller will be the first you need and that you'll need a pram with a stronger, larger chassis and bigger wheels. Quality wins in this case, as you need a heavy-duty stroller, not a small, compact urban ride, so do consider a higher stroller budget or a pre-owned but better-quality stroller.

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