- Inflatable wheels
- Lie-flat positioning
- One-hand folding
- Does not have leg positioning
- Canopy has one large mesh part
- Possibility of getting dirty when folded
The stroller is very practical, suitable even for worse terrain thanks to the inflatable wheels. The inside of the stroller is spacious and the materials are easy to maintain.
The back positioning is up to lying down - but not quite to sitting, we didn't mind it too much. The positioning has a bit of an odd control and sometimes gets stuck. The leg positioning is missing, but can be - handmade - easy to purchase. The canopy is extendable, but it extends by the net part, so you have to deal with overlapping the net afterwards.
The frame is a bit heavier, but stable and solid at the same time. The shopping basket is quite large and quite accessible. The stroller folds with one hand and stands on its own when folded. When folded, it touches the ground with the handle and a little with the hood; also in the car it leans on the inside - so there is a risk of getting dirty. On the other hand - it can also be folded with the cosytoes, which is a problem with other pushchairs.
I've been happy with it, and with the addition of the extras (overlapping the net part of the canopy and positioning the legs) it's a really versatile, handy helper.