- Compact folded size
- Basket made so that things don't fall out through the sides 👍
- Short laying surface
I must praise the great sun shade and the super compact size. I must say the wheels look much cheaper in reality - they look luxurious on the picture but very plastic-y IRL. They also are truly for smooth surfaces only - otherwise, they get noisy on cobblestones and stuck in holes a lot. I recommend it for traveling. We've got the color with the rose gold chassis.
- looks great! (mainly thanx to the frame)
- small when folded!
- XXL hood
- lever recline
- nice leg rest
- bumper bar included
- thin, creasy fabrics
- small wheels
- no footrest
The fold is really easy-peasy. Also, the recline! No straps!! Lever seatback adjustment is so rare on an ultra compact pushchair 🤩 These, and the luxurious metal frame were why we bought it. Oh, and the hood (it's really nice and large, an above-average for this type). All that is just as we imagined it.
The downsides would be quite a short seat back (even though an OK-sized short leg rest, so not for long naps and a large/tall toddler. Also, when the leg rest is down, the footrest is practically nonexistent, so the feet always dangle if the leg rest is not lifted up. It's more of a short strolls/travels/errands of a buggy - nothing for everyday "all terrain" use. To fold it in and out of the car though, there's not much better.