- Folding inwards
- Fine materials
- Perfect handling
- For all terrain
- It does not have a peek a boo window to observe the baby
- Lacks any storage pocket
- Open carry cot
- Front wheels cannot be purchased extra if they get destroyed
I bought the stroller in 2013 and used it for my second child in 2017. The look of the stroller is timeless. The design is light, sturdy and great to handle - I had no problem on uneven ground or slippery e.g. on the shop floor. We also took it hiking to a castle.
The cot is lined with a soft squishy fabric - not like some of the Polish strollers my friends had. It's spacious, my girls used it till 8 months perfectly fine. It is quite open, which is not an advantage in the winter months - but my two children survived the winter in good health and I attached a cotton nappy when I needed to. The cot has sort of little feet on the bottom for swinging when you put it on the floor. You can use a car kit to strap it into the car, which was awesome, and the baby wasn't wrinkled in the swaddle. Everything just snaps onto the frame.
The seat part is simple but totally sufficient. It can be positioned fully reclined and swivels both ways. What's great about the stroller - it folds inside, nothing gets dirty or peels off. Although it doesn't have extra features like a sun hood and sun visor extensions, it really was the perfect stroller for me. If I were to decide to buy again, I would choose the Cam Dinamico.