- Foldable and compact
- Easy to clean + easy maintenance
- Large storage space
- Comfortable for the child
- One-piece fold
- Not good for harsh terrain
- Not good for a large, heavy child (ok up to three years)
We had it from the birth of our daughter up to her circa 3 1/2 years, and we combined it with other types. It was with us on all of our vacations. It tackles any sidewalks, gravel roads, and even sand easily. The only problem was a real forest terrain.
I liked that my child slept on an almost-flat surface. This first-gen model has an extendable sitting space, meaning you can enlarge the surface where the child sits/lays. The storage is incredible, large. The generous hood and a lightweight frame make it a versatile helper. If you live in the city and travel rather often, I strongly recommend it.
Good only for short walks and/or for a small baby.
- Low weight
- Shopping basket
- Nice, protecting hood
- Doesn't lay flat
For me, an excellent buggy. I appreciate the hood that covers the sides as well (compared to the newer models). A small, silly stroller - it's so silly it's beautiful 🙏✍🏻
- big sun canopy
- big shopping basket
- difficult to reverse the seat unit
- crooked seat sides
- canopy gets broken over time
My little one refused to get on it. The folding was great, even though it was a little harder than I expected. The canopy broke (the joints on it often crack). The seat unit could be reversed, but the process was very challenging to do, with about 4 actions to be done (and the seat unit also gave off some fearsome crackling noises; apparently it is like that even with a brand new one). The sides of the seat unit creased inwards. Otherwise, the manipulation with the stroller was quite nice. I guess I got a faulty one...