- For us the best:
- large wheels for bumpy pavements,
- large stroller seat's area
- click-on bassinet
- easily foldable frame
- can be put into a full reclining position
- large canopy
- integrated mosquito net
- if you want new wheels, they are more expensive, but they don't wear out so quickly
- if you want to wash the cover, which is washable, it's great, but it has in some parts of the cover wood-board reinforcements, which can mold after washing, it needs to be dried ideally in the sun
Ideal for our needs. For the city and the countryside, large and yet beautifully foldable.
- large sun hood
- comfortable to steer
- easy to fold down
- easy to unfold
- the only thing I mind is that I cannot adjust the pushbar upwards, but one can get used to it
Happy with this pushchair - the size fits me, and the manipulation is fine . I expected worse wheels but they're OK. I read somewhere that it is impossible to put a cosytoes in the seat because of the harness, but it is not true - I can detach them and get them through the holes in the cosytoes just fine.
The hood is large, there's plenty of space for my daughter to nap (she's 2.5 yo, circa 15 kg, 91 cm - and she herself says she likes the pushchair).
We had the Bugaboo Cameleon before this, but it was too narrow - when she sat in, her arms were pushed together too much, no comfort in there. I also thought to get a Britax B-Motion 4 Plus, but I am happy with my choice.
- Very nice size-wise, the child can nap comfortably
- Small underseat basket
- Bad folding system
- You need to buy everything separately
Overall, I was rather happy with the pushchair.