- One-hand fold
- Compact size after folding
- Travel bag and handle to carry the stroller
- Adjustable backrest
- Large canopy
- Mesh parts - perfect during the summer
- Small foam wheels
- No peek-a-boo window
- Extendable part of the canopy is made out of mesh
- When the baby is napping, it is only possible to walk slowly - otherwise, the front wheels rattle!
At the first glance, I fell in love with this stroller - first because of its compactness, low weight, and the large space for the child. However, it disappointed me in one huge disadvantage I couldn't get over...
It's primarily a travel buggy - very compact, lightweight, and with a travel bag and a pull-out handle thanks to which it can be pulled behind you like a suitcase. Also, the one-hand fold is a big plus. It is easy to maneuver, and materials are well-made. The foam wheels are small - but those looking for a travel stroller would most probably not use it in a forest 😃 The shopping basket is also acceptable for a travel stroller, and it can be enlarged by tilting the rear part outwards.
The seat/laying surface is the longest I have found in this type of a stroller. The backrest can be adjusted - and the leg rest as well. The canopy is large, while extended it can almost reach the bumper bar. Nevertheless, the extension is made out of mesh, so it does not protect from the sun that much. I was also missing a proper peek-a-boo window in the canopy. Mesh parts at the back and on the sides of the canopy are a huge advantage in the summer.
And now the unpleasant surprise - when the kid is in the laying position, the center of gravity moves backward, and while walking fast (e.g. downhill), the front wheels are moving from side to side, and they rattle a lot. This is very annoying, and it even becomes difficult to control the stroller because of that. When I locked the front wheels, it helped a bit, but it was still very noisy, and it was driving me crazy... I don't know if I only had a faulty piece, but after this experience, I decided to sell the stroller.