- Large seat
- Large basket
- Rattly front wheels
- Liable frame
- Thin canopy
- Poor ride characteristics - hard ride
- Black sort of faded :(
I was very disappointed with the stroller. I expected something more from this brand. The frame was unstable, the canopy was thin, the front wheels were banging a lot. I had the lavastone black and it looked like it was faded. Very hard stroller... I would never buy it again!
- easy to fold
- easy to drive
- faces both directions
- the front wheels rattle
- quite narrow
- hard chassis
Pretty nice stroller, but it has a terribly hard and rattling frame. We were overall satisfied. But the stroller is more for summer.
One of the best strollers. It is a giant basket, can handle the terrain quite well and still fits from a small car trunk and is light enough to carry up the stairs. The swing-out belly bar and the reclining leg section are also very nice.
- Bucket seat unit
- Rattly wheels
- No suspension
Lacked suspension - would have been great.
- Easily foldable
- Super modern
- There are no downsides 😍
For me the best baby stroller in the world! I wouldn't trade it for anything! It met my expectations in everything.
- Agile, but can handle moderate terrain
- Huge storage space
- Leg rest is adjustabôe
- Adjustable handlebar length
- Detachable belly bar (no need to detach the whole handle)
- Extended hood
- Looks great
- Bucket seat style does not allow to create a flat sleeping surface - it is possible to lie down, but then the legs are higher than the head
The best stroller in terms of compromise between compactness and terrain capability with many practical features.
- large bassinet
- adjustable leg rest
- belly bar
- detachable and extended canopy
- completely unusable in terrain
Quite nice. I have the Ferrari edition.
It's harder than the Jané Slalom, but it's small, foldable, easy to ride - and what I like the most: the seat can be reversed in froward facing and vice versa ☺️ The seat is large, bigger than the Slalom, and I put my son to sleep in the stroller until he was two years old.
- very spacious
- reverses for and against the direction of travel
- the wheels go through everything
- no suspension
- a bit difficult to fold into my car
For me, an average stroller. Unsprung wheels, so a bit harder, but thanks to the larger wheels it went through everything without a problem. The bucket seat was fine for us. The stroller is wonderfully roomy, suitable for bigger kids. I was a little disappointed with the quality of the covers, after a while you could see rubbing, pushing through etc... Reverses in and against the direction of travel.
A bit bulky in the car for me, didn't suit me to fold the seat first and then fold the chassis - I travel a lot and need to fold the stroller ideally in one click. But those who don't take the stroller out of the car 4 times a day don't have to deal with this :-)
Love it! Super easy to use and super light!
If it wasn't so hard to steer and the wheels weren't rattling, I'd be happy with it.
A perfect pushchair. Absolutely happy with it. I have the whole 3in1 set. It lasted for both of my kids and it's still in great condition.
- Easy to adjust the seat back and leg rest
- Huuuge storage basket
- Incredible easy push
- Incredible easy manipulation
- Compact folding
- There's only a mesh extension part on the canopy
Almost perfect stroller. I am sorry it's not sold anymore :-(
I thought it will be smaller after folding. But even so, I am still happy with it.
- Easy to push and turn
- Compact, which is great when traveling 🙂
- Rattling wheels
Its only downside - the rattling wheels, but we got used to it 🙂 But I wouldn't choose differently; I'd buy a Cybex again for sure.
- One of the lightweight pushchairs
- Those large wheels are able to pass through cobblestones or grassy terrain
- Extra.large canopy
- Mesh panel in the canopy (a great help in the summer)
- Large seat
- Reversible seat
- L-shaped bucket seat
- Large basket
- A very slight rattling of the front wheels on uneven surfaces (I don't really mind this)
I seriously don't understand why didn't I buy it sooner! I moved on to it after a bulky and heavy travel system, and I find the Balios M perfect for me. I am not even bothered by the slight rattling of the front wheels when passing through uneven terrain - it's nothing serious. I also love the mesh panel in the canopy, even though I thought I would mind that. And that L-shaped seat unit! I was a bit afraid at first, but immediately after getting in it, my DD sat there like a queen! I drank my coffee, watched a performance, and she was still happy sitting there, not a budge. This I never knew before - I had to move with the pushchair all the time before. She obviously loves being in this one. And I am ABSOLUTELY happy.
- Easy, practical fold
- Large shopping basket
- Extendable hood
- Rattling of the front wheels
We had the 2018 version of the Balios M. A beautiful, compact, functional stroller. It fit our lifestyle well (we just had the stroller version, no carrycot or car seat).
- A lot of space for the child
- Large canopy
- Large basket
- Easy manipulation
- The front wheels rattle slightly when going through more demanding surfaces
Its fantastic! I am just sorry I didnt buy it from the beginning ❤️