- Reasonably spacious, lasted for a June baby up to 9m with a footmuff (Emitex)
- Weight 13 kg
- Excellent steering characteristics
- Separate back and leg positioning on the seat unit
- The pushchair can be reversed in the parent facing direction (we didn't use it in the street facing setup, pretty much never)
- Reasonably spacious basket, can carry normal shopping
- Doesn't squeak, rattle or fall apart even when constantly folded and unfolded
- Easy to handle on the train, on public transport, but also when folded in the car
- Does not fully lie flat (non-original insert can be made / purchased)
- Inflatable rear wheels (we've had flats about 2 times in 2 years)
- Higher price
The only pram that met all the requirements after my X months of research. Our priorities were space in the cot, parent-facing option without a "chair" kind of seat, and good handling. Especially the latter - we tested it everywhere from vineyards and mountains to seaside paths with sand and of course the city and shopping malls where it turns on a dime with grace and ease. A superpram :)
- Very durable
- Easy to handle
- Comfortable for both child and parent
- Original accessories ar emore expensive
It's a super stroller, just like everyone writes about it. I will add my experience after 2 kids and 3 years of daily use.
I have to admit that I didn't save the stroller one bit. Which is to say, it's scuffed on the sides - it's wider, which is why I sometimes scuffed the door. I've often pulled it up the stairs with the baby in it, but it's not the least bit rickety - the frame is top notch. I fold the stroller very often and carry it in the car and all still works smoothly.
I did crack the rubber handle cover - and that can't be repaired. And with the seat, I have not been able to remove and wash the textile part, even though the manufacturer says it can be done. But otherwise, the material cleans well. We also use the original skate (buggy board) and that has also handled a lot. The downside is that it can't be hooked onto the handle, but that can be solved with "homemade" improvements. The original accessories are quite expensive in my opinion, but good quality - always worth the investment for me.
For me the best baby. With each son we had a Britax Go Next and it was absolutely great. For a demanding family that doesn't sit on their asses and travels a lot and walks in the mountains.
- Perfect steering
- Seat can be reversed in both forward and parent-facing direction
- Lots of practical details
- No lie-flat position
- The sitting position could be more upright
For me, I recommend it. I describe in more detail in the advantages and disadvantages.
We wanted a longer seat surface for a large baby, but it is only 100 cm long. Otherwise, the stroller is quite fine for terrain. A big plus is the reversible seat.
- For me, almost everything - absolute satisfaction
- Enlargable storage bag
- Adjustable handle
- Sturdy, but still can fit with 2-3 people in the lift
- Perfect long canopy
- Very high quality material
- Sun visor on the bassinet
- Relatively long bassinet
- Large inflatable wheels
- Very easy folding of the stroller
- And much more...
- Quite expensive, with expensive accessories
- I miss a quality ROMER service. But the shop I bought it in was incredibly helpful, when something needed to be repaired 👍 Great approach of the owner
For me, a Rambo among strollers. It is more expensive (and also accessories), but this stroller is in the city "an elegant beauty" and in the countryside or uneven surface "a tank". Absolute satisfaction.
With the first baby I chose a stroller that was just nice. Now I have not only beautiful, but practical, strong, one that is usable in the city, nature, snow, and has a large shopping basket. Just fantastic 👍
- Large basket
- Can handle any terrain
- Suitable for larger toddlers
- Suspension in the frame
- Reverses in both directions
- Large bassinet
- Seat unit folds together with the frame
- Slightly higher weight of the stroller
- Takes up almost the entire trunk (in a smaller car)
The best stroller... It can go through everything. No rattling, but a quality stroller that is also functional - not just for the city... We were very satisfied.
- great fabric - waterproof, I've pulled the raincoat out about 2 times
- can be closed beautifully - it does not blow on the child, there's a long sun visor (no need to hang diapers)
- giant seat unit, faces the parent as well as the street
- rocks beautifully
- huge and easily accessible basket
- very comfortable handle, does not slip and is easy to hold even for small hands
- easy to fold
- one-finger steering
- quality - nothing cracks or squeaks
- low centre of gravity - very stable, no risk of tipping over, and a larger toddler can get into it on his own
- small front wheels, I would love them to be a bit bigger and inflatable (but it would be at the expense of weight)
After a long selection, we had 2 favourites. We spent so long deciding between them until we went to the store again and saw this Britax.
I knew about the stroller and wasn't really interested before. But I knew everyone was praising it, so we went over and started looking at it anyway to see what everyone had to say about it, and within a few minutes it was clear. I've never regretted buying it, it's great. No problem in town and we even used it through the Austrian Alps and all was fine. For really bad terrain and especially a lot of snow we bought the front big fixed wheels.
We wanted a stroller for the city, but we have the mountains around the corner and go there often, so the condition was that the stroller could handle some terrain. It's not for riding on roots, but it handles unpaved roads just fine.
A perfect pram without one fault.
- Ease of manipulation
- Big shopping basket with a good accessibility
- A lot of storage space
- Extended hood
- Quite heavy (but you can pull it behind you, if you need to get it up the stairs)
This was the best of all the strollers I owned! I was very happy with it.