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elementissa says:
"Wonderful stroller for the mall as well as a high-altitude quad that won't be afraid of any terrain"
and gives the Anex Sport
5

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  • Large carrycot with adjustable mattress. My baby has reflux and it's an absolute must have carriage
  • Large inflatable wheels that can handle any terrain
  • Perfect suspension, kind of like a downhill bike. We live in a capital, but our sidewalks are one big disaster, plus we live just below the forest, so I go into the forest terrain with the stroller... Uphill, downhill, over potholes, over tiles, over cobblestones in parking lots, over cat heads in the city, over roots and holes in the woods, the pram can tackle it all
  • Super extended canopy that can be retracted to keep the cold and wind out, but can also be easily folded completely down or removed
  • Also a big plus of the canopy is the opening section at the back that allows extra ventilation
  • The stroller comes with a net, a rain cover, an apron for both the carrycot and the seat part, a neat backpack that doubles as a stroller bag (it's really handy that it's a backpack, especially when you have your hands full with a baby)
  • Very spacious shopping bag (basket), where even a large two-week shopping can fit without any problems, although it looks tiny
  • Handle that is maximally personalizable to the height of the stroller user
  • Suspension, braking and wheel swiveling adjustments
  • Perfect braking, I tested it on an extremely steep hill, and the stroller didn't move an inch
  • Easy handling
  • Quick to fold, easy to disassemble
  • Despite the massive frame, it is feather-light when strolling
  • Beautiful design (everyone compliments me on the gorgeous stroller)
  • Wonderful stroller for the mall to have coffee with a friend, and a high-altitude quad that won't be afraid of any terrain
  • Large carrycot with an adjustable mattress. My baby has reflux and this is an absolute must have stroller
  • Large inflatable wheels that can handle any terrain
  • Perfect suspension, kind of like a downhill bike. We live in a capital, but our sidewalks are one big disaster, plus we live just below the forest, so I go over the forest terrain with the stroller... Uphill, downhill, over potholes, over tiles, over cobblestones in parking lots or in the city, over roots and holes in the woods, the pram can do it all
  • Super extended canopy that can be retracted to keep the cold and wind out, but can also be easily folded completely down or removed
  • Also a big plus of the canopy is the hinged section at the back that allows extra ventilation
  • The stroller comes with a net, a rain cover, a carrycot for both the deep and the sports part, a neat backpack that doubles as a stroller bag (it's really handy that it's a backpack, especially when you have your hands full with a baby)
  • Very spacious shopping bag (basket), where even a large two-week shopping can fit without any problems, although it looks tiny
  • Handle that is maximally personalizable to the height of the stroller user
  • Suspension, braking and wheel swivel adjustments
  • Perfect brake
  • Easy handling
  • Quick to fold, easy to disassemble
  • Despite the massive frame, it is feather-light when being pushed
  • Beautiful design (everyone compliments me on the gorgeous stroller)
  • Wonderful stroller for the mall for coffee with a friend, and a high-altitude quad that won't be afraid of any terrain
  • The only drawback is the rather heavy frame - we don't have a platform for strollers at home, and although we live on an elevated ground floor, I have to carry the stroller to and from the apartment in parts - separately the construction, separately the carrycot. But it does have an advantage - gym free, no need for weights either and I have solid biceps. The structure is about 10 kgs and I walk about 20 stairs with it 2 times a day, and I still carry it across the apartment to the balcony. But the fact that the frame is heavy and solid has a bunch of other advantages, so it's like "completely negligible"

The Anex Sport 2.0 was literally love at first sight at eight weeks pregnant when my husband and I came home from my doctor's appointment with a confirmed pregnancy and the desire to pick out a stroller. We flipped through a stroller website until we came across the Anex - every single stroller bothered me in a way. It either looked like a box on wheels, the canopy couldn't be pulled down, it was too square, it had a bucket style recline, a small basket, no or an awful bag, horrible color... When I found one where I liked the carrycot, the seat was disgusting again... What a disaster. The Anex was the only stroller I liked in all aspects.

We have the grey cloud color scheme at home - the bright white carrycot and canopy and footrest are a combination of dark and light grey. The stroller bag is a light grey backpack that is literally like Hermione's purse - it has an organizer for little baby things and it's a really cool thing.

If I were to buy a stroller again, it would only be an Anex. That's why I won't be buying a stroller and will keep this one for my second child.

When my son had his sleepless period, I spent all day (8 hours) outside with him while strolling. Every day. And he still slept in the stroller on the balcony. Warm, cozy, dark (my baby falls asleep in there within 30 seconds of being put in), safe... And so cool the baby is rocked in it 😇

3.9/5
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