- Spacious bassinets
- Bassinets are easy to fold - great when travelling
- One of the few twin strollers in a colour other than black
- Easy to handle
- Easy to fold
- Spacious basket
- Surprisingly, the pushchair mode fits in my Peugeot 307
- I spent quite a long time installing the straps in the seat
When I found out I was expecting twins, I immediately started looking at strollers. What disappointed me - most of them are only available in black or dark colours. I wanted something neutral and not dark. This one's light grey caught my eye right away.
The stroller is easy to handle. So far, we've gotten everywhere - stores, offices... We haven't experienced snow yet. I'm a little curious about that - how these wheels will handle it with the weight, if it will get stuck.
Surprisingly, I could fit the sports version in a Peugeot 307. As far as traveling with it goes, I'd recommend trying the car seats in your specific car. I've got my seat belts pretty short for them, so buckling them is a struggle, especially in the front. VW Passat was cool, Suzuki SX4 and Skoda SuperB too, though 😁
There was a bit of a problem when I wanted to put seat liners in the seats. Taking the straps out isn't a problem, but putting them back in is a bit of a graduation. It has to be done blind. I fretted, but on the second try I figured out the trick, and it's ok now 😁
- Easy to handle
- The younger child must be in the front, the older son must be facing me. It is not possible for him to look at the road - either he kicks the pram or, when I change the children, the pram is uncontrollable for me
I use the stroller as a sibling stroller. In the future I would probably choose differently, because I cannot see my younger in the bassinet. I had to learn how to handle it.