- Only takes up space in the car as a car seat
- Very easy and quick to fold
- Perfect for driving in small spaces (between shelves)
- Newborn insert
- Does not rattle at all
- 5-point harness
- Certified for airplane transport
- Large canopy
- A bit weaker harness design
For me (and my husband) the invention of the century. If I wasn't a stroller maniac and didn't buy them for myself, I would have been fine with a Doona and a baby wrap (carrier) for the first six months of my baby's life ;-)
It' a very easy to handle, comfortable stroller. Super quick and maximally practical folding - passers-by didn't understand when I put it in the car :-D I also had an isofix base for it, so extremely easy - just click-click. Also the newborn insert, soft.
Obviously not suitable for long walks and everyday sleeping, but for running out to the doctor, to the store - perfect. The only thing I would criticize are the belts - they twist, so you have to straighten them when you want to buckle the baby in. And maybe a little more weight compared to other baby carriers - but it carries the chassis with it, so that's something to be reckoned with. With my first daughter I had a Maxi-Cosi Pebble and a Quinny Zapp, but then the Doona is 100 and 1 compared to that.
This car seat is perfect as I didnt need to take the rest of the pushchair from the car boot or to carry the car seat all the way
- Foldable wheels attached to the carseat itself
- Easy to remove cover and clean
- Good looking
- Very short seatbelt straps
- Price (I think price is a bit too much for a carseat, especially if you add all accessories)
- Handle too short for 188cm tall person
Just amazing, the most convenient pushchair I've ever had!!
This pushchair is the best for quick trips such as appointments; however, if you are having a day out shopping or going for a longer walk, I think the baby would be more comfortable in a bigger pushchair with bigger wheels (just my thought).
I'm 164 cm, and I injured my back years ago. This car seat is perfect as I didn't need to take the rest of the pushchair from the car boot or to carry the car seat all the way. I just take the car seat out, unfold the wheels, and I'm good to go.
Our son has been growing very quickly to the point where at 5 months was wearing clothes for 12months old baby. We had to give up on this car seat as I was unable to lift him up anymore, but also, the straps became very tight, and even after adjusting them, they seemed too short.