- Lightweight yet quite robust
- Narrow seat
- Smaller wheels
I wanted a stroller that would be lightweight, compact, had an open basket even in the sleeping position, could be turned to face in the opposite direction, had a canopy with the possibility of extension and a window for watching the child, a handle in front of the child, positioning of the legs. I needed it to be possible to buy a bassinet and adapters for a car seat, or a board for an older child. At the same time I wanted the stroller to be elegant and just look nice. Baby Jogger City Tour Lux fulfils all of this.
After the first few days of use, I got excited about the handbrake, I no longer have to look for something under my feet in public transport. Another thing is stability. With this stroller, I have never had a situation where I would take the baby out and the stroller would tip over under the weight of the bag. The handle is long and there is really a lot of room to walk, no digging into the bag or stroller structure. The wheels are made of a material that doesn't get stones stuck in them, so they still look great after extended use.
However, the downside is the small wheels. It's a price to pay for the weight and stowability. You have to take into account that you may have a problem in the city, where there is, for example, cracked concrete, holes, cobbles. The ride won't be as smooth and sometimes you'll get stuck. Another disadvantage is the width of the seat. The stroller is really narrow. A larger child can probably fit in there, but the question is how comfortable it will be for them.
I would sum it up by saying that it's a bit of a buggy for the demanding. For those who don't want a typical buggy, but something sleek, compact.