- simple fold
- narrow and compact
- spacious enough
- short leg rest
A nice pushchair for that price.
- simple but functional
- reflective elements for safe evening strolls
- one hand fold works rather well and smooth, even though the beginning needed some adjusting
- price-quality ratio works well for me
- ventilation in the hood
- high backrest
- raincover + leg cover included
- no handlebar adjustment
- you cannot gate-open the bumper bar
- I'd prefer softer-to-touch fabrics, but on the other hand, they are easily wiped clean
- hood could feature something to cover the mesh extension
- rear axle could be higher up
We bought it on amazon after a bit of research. It feels a little cheap/plastic-y to me (at least at first glance), but it works as it should, so that is just aesthetical. I am happy with it overall, and especially obsessed with the large, accessible basket.
Quite simple and very urban. The wheels are not the best for any kind of rougher terrain. Taller parents should be aware that they will have to adjust their steps; otherwise, they'll kick the rear axle.
Don't expect miracles or something super-stylish for that price, and it will surprise you with how well it serves its everyday purpose
- High apron
- XL canopy
- XL shopping basket
- Good value for money
- Full recline
- Not all-terrain for sure - front wheels struggle on any unevenness
- A bit bulky after folding
- Puzzle system of the harness buckle
A good, affordable buggy. Don't expect miracles or something super-stylish for that price, and it will surprise you with how well it serves its everyday purpose. Good value for money, even if ih has some downsides (I mind the textiles the most, to be honest - doesn't feel the comfiest for smaller babies). Also, I expected to be a little smaller after folding.