- HUGE canopy
- High maximum seat capacity
- Spring-loaded harness buckle
- Two-wheel ride (great for the beach)
- The seat is not small, just is not large enough for a 22kg child (as the maximum weight capacity says)
- The seat unit adjusts with BOTH hands (like on a Cameleon), which is unfortunate
- Not as many color to choose from (black or grey only)
- Smaller front wheels - so not too all-terrain
- Bulky fold (mainly with the seat attached)
It very lightweight, which I LOVE. I always wanted a BGB pram and chose the one that felt the best price-performance value. I am not disappointed.
The canopy is slightly lower than my friend's Fox we tried before getting the Lynx. Also, the recline is more difficult than the Fox's one. I only found three colors available (actually two, since the first two are black and black with a silver frame). I don't mind, I wanted a black one, but still...
Overall, the Lynx is definitely worth the money - so stylish and high-quality. You do compromise on a few feature by getting the more affordable model (compared to the Fox) - I mean, the larges niggle being the two-hand recline, but you get a nice Bugaboo anyway.
- stylish, high-quality pushchair
- the Fox is a better choice (this is too low, "too two-handed")
I thought I'm going to be savvy and buy the newer while more budget-friendly Bugaboo release, but I am sorry to say I mind the recline on the sides (it feels like needing three hands, not "just" two). I also mind the lower-positioned carrycot/seat (with the carrycot, it's hard to get to the basket space). The front wheels are smaller, which is not awesome, but they work on most terrains we encounter. Anyway, I am sorry I didn't get the Fox.