- spacious even for a cosytoes
- super foldable
- easy to turn or pop up a kerb
- loving the hood
- travel system ready
- non-adjustable parent handle
- footboard kind of weak
As a lightweight pushchair that will last, I absolutely recommend it. It's a great help when you live on the 2nd floor with no elevator. Also, it's really practical. I watched the pushchair expert video ad it seemed overly positive but the pushchair is really nice!
I have two niggles, though - for my tall hubby, I'd prolong/make the handlebar adjustable. Second, I don't like how the footboard (legrest?) is kind of "weak", it feels like over time it might not hold. But that might just be a feeling.