All great, but I don't like the 3 wheels.
- foldable (easy to take off the wheels, so it's great for storage)
- one-handed folding
- I don't know how other strollers have it, but you have to buy a belly bar (but again, you can choose simple or with a tray, so maybe it's an advantage)
- if you want a really fitting raincoat, then only the original Baby Jogger
We bought the stroller "for our grandma" so we wouldn't have to carry our pushchair there. It's a light, compact, easy to handle type of stroller (not suitable for the forest path, though).
An older model, but it suits us. Big hood, can be put up to a lie-flat position, legs can be put a little higher - the little one can sleep in the seat, and has plenty of space to sit in. Very light and compact when folded.
Lightweight, comfortable. It can handle even the toughest terrain.
We have used the City Mini for over 5 years with our eldest, and never had any problems - it's a sturdy pushchair.
Very easy to maneuver. Lightweight, compact, spacious, comfortable for the child. Folds with one hand. 🔝
The ony downside is the missing leg rest adjustment.
- lays completely flat
- sturdy chassis
- long canopy
- big basket
The best stroller. Great manipulation, great fold. Fits even in a small car boot. "Grows" with the child - we used it from 8 months up to 4 years. I also recommend it for plane trips.
- Large basket
- Large hood
- The bumper bar is sold separately; otherwise, it's an awesome stroller
It's so-very-spacious, this stroller.