- Compact when indoors
- Sufficient canopy
- Long for the boot of the car
- The narrow tracks by our house couldn't accommodate the wheels
I recommend buying it for parents with a combi kind of carboot. It does not fit in a small one.
- Insulated footrest
- Adequate basket size
- Loop on the left handle for possible hanging of a bag
- Folds and unfolds in one or two steps
- Front wheels not suitable for snow
- Short seating area
I only keep the stroller in the car for quick runs around town. It folds and unfolds quickly; the belly bar can be removed once or twice. The wheels in the front bother me.
- High-quality materials
- Footmuff included
- Sturdy, robust chassis
- Extremely shallow sitting area - the child slides down all the time
- The leg rest doesn't hold in the inclined position; it falls down
As an umbrella/travel buggy, I cannot recommend it, because it's not compact at all. As an only stroller, I also cannot recommend it - it doesn't go through any terrain, and the maneuvering with a toddler is very difficult. They sold it to me as all-terrain, but no way to do that with it. The wheels fail and are very noisy on uneven surfaces. We used it as much as we could, but I was so happy when we finally didn't need it anymore. Next time, I'd rather pay more for something with better quality.
- Easy folding
- Adjustable backrest
- Doesn't take up much space
- When the child sleeps in it, the leg rest cannot be adjusted
It's alright. However, for 115 I can imagine a better buggy. Especially the non-adjustable leg rest is not comfortable when the child falls asleep in the buggy. The manufacturer wrote that the leg rest could be put in 2 positions, but that was not correct - mine doesn't.