All user reviews of Baby Design Lupo Comfort Limited

3 parent reviews
  • Complete lie-flat
  • Both the seat and the cot have an extendable part
  • Sufficiently deep seat - the baby will not fall out
  • Long foot section - the baby's feet do not stick, even when straightened
  • I have the original Husky set (footmuff, blanket, hand muffs, cover for a bottle) and it fits perfectly with the colour of the grey alternative
  • Suitable for big kids
  • Squeaks
  • The footmuff could be a bit wider

Practical stroller for mom who prefers the comfort of the baby and herself over the aesthetics of the stroller. The first time I had a Mutsy stroller, but this one is better, having considered all the pluses and minuses.

The cot:
The bottom of the cot can be positioned. Very suitable for children who have reflux and need to be higher up.
The cot is very spacious, carrying capacity up to 9 kg.
The hood of the cot can be stretched - no need to put a diaper over or an umbrella, everything in the summer is solved by the hood.
In the hood there is an integrated mesh, which perfectly ventilates the stroller.
The apron fits perfectly and is easy to unzip.
Practical mobile phone pocket on the cot.

Seat unit:
Sufficiently long back and also a part for the legs, so the baby, when it is small, I lift up the part under the legs and he can stick them out nicely and nothing sticks out of the stroller :-)
The hood is long enough and can be expanded, so again no umbrella is needed.
Deep enough seat part, so even if I don't have the baby strapped in and he's moving around, I'm not afraid that he'll fall out of the stroller - he can even stand in it.
The rain cover fits great.

Adequately heavy for a stroller. Perfectly feathered, which is nice for putting the kid to sleep.
After a while it started to squeak a bit - it needs to be oiled.
I don't have a problem with the weight, but I believe a woman who doesn't have strong enough arms may have a problem.

Very easy to drive

  • Large bassinet
  • Visor in the canopy goes down a lot
  • Adjustable to full recline
  • No windows in the bassinet
  • I couldn't inflate the wheels with the included pump
  • Heavy to lift onto public transport
  • Wheels jamming against each other

Our first pram. A big deep bassinet, in which we lasted until about 6 months - then the little one wanted to see the outside world.

The seat unit goes up to lying down, she likes to fall asleep in it. The visor on the bassinet can be opened up a lot. I tried inflating the inflatable wheels with the included pump, and it was a disaster... the wheels blew out even more. A compressor helped. The wheels sometimes get stuck on each other when turning.

The pram is pretty heavy, I've always preferred to ride a bus that had a disabled access. It's not as compact in the car... We got it in the boot of both a Skoda Fabia Combi, Skoda Octavia and Citroen C4, chassis only into the Volkswagen Polo, always a full boot. We got another pushchair for travelling.

It has a big basket that can carry a lot of stuff. We've been using it for 10 months and so far it hasn't faded in the sun. It is very easy to drive.

  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Easy folding
  • Inflatable wheels
  • Lightweight to handle even with a heavier child
  • Spacious
  • I found none in two years of using it

For me, great satisfaction. The carriage has been in use for 2 years and the second-born will inherit it. Still looks like new.

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