- Nice design
- Spacious, nice carrycot
- Quiet after repair
- Good for off-road
- Good large seat
- Price mirrors the quality
- Bad folding/unfolding
After a couple of months, the chassis started to creak, but from the beginning, one wheel went to one side. The construction went on a warranty claim, after the claim was resolved it is easy to turn and quiet, great for terrain, and the only thing that annoys me about this stroller - it is extremely heavy. Plus when dodging something on a hill somewhere where the roads are bad, I almost threw the stroller on the side with the little one still in. Keeping this stroller steady in some situations where it goes too far to the side is really hard - it tilts right away and you can tip the stroller over. When folded, it took up the whole suitcase.
- Spacious bassinet
- Sturdy back on the seat
- Zippered, extedning canopy on the seat (when it's windy, baby is nicely covered)
- Reversing the stroller - baby can either see me or look ahead
- Adjustable seat - sometimes it was difficult to adjust
- Nicely cushioning
- We only got a raincoat for the bassinet, it is too small for the seat unit
- Soon it started to squeak a lot - since it's plastic, even oiling didn't help
- It's quite heavy and harder to turn
- Takes up a lot of space in the boot
The pram is very nice in appearance. What bothers me is that it started to squeak very soon, and there is no way to lubricate it so that it would stop. It's well cushioned so it's fine on the village's dirt roads. For the city I find it too big, it takes up a lot of space in the car. It's harder to turn. It's tall, which suits me as I'm taller. I had a big baby and she fit in the bassinet quite adequately and for a long time. The back is very sturdy on the sports car and it's easy to recline.
The downside is the bulky nature of the stroller, but that is the price to pay for the spacious carrycot
- Large inflatable wheels can handle eve dirt roads
- Large and spacious carrycot
- Extendable canopy
- Buttons to release the seat/car seat from the frame do not have to be pressed at the same time (smaller moms will appreciate that)
- Option to put on the stroller seat rearward or forward facing
- Affordable price
- Possibility of locking the wheels
- Smaller basket
- Somewhat bulky in the trunk - and the actual folding of the structure could be a little smoother
- More complicated positioning of the carrycot
- Fewer colours to choose from
I had originally had my eye on another stroller, but after comparing it to the Colleto - the Colleto was a pretty clear winner. I was only hesitant because of the colors available (I dreamed about a pastel color) and I don't regret my choice.
My main requirements were a large carrycot and wheels that would go over dirt roads. Both of these were fulfilled. A big plus is the extendability of the canopy.
The downside, which you will feel if you are going to be transporting the stroller often, is the bulky nature of it, but that is the price to pay for the spacious carrycot.
- Rocking option
- Large bassinet
- Bulky fold
- Takes to one side while being pushed straight
- Wheels rotate as they please
Beautiful but not practical at all. I sold it after my first child.
I was completely satisfied with it - and what is more important, my DD was as well. I bought it when she was 5 months old, and from then on, she likes to be in a stroller :-)
- large carrycot
- suspension system
- large wheels
- too huge a seat
- 2-piece fold (the chassis plus the carrycot or the seat) taking up half our car boot
The carrycot is large enough. We had an August baby, so in the winter, still with the carrycot, we had to put there a footmuff as well, but there was space for that. Large wheels got through bad terrain, broken sidewalks, and snow as well.