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ludmila says:
"It's a nice and practical stroller, but only for the city"
and gives the EasyGo Optimo

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  • Lightweight chassis
  • Spacious
  • Extra cot, car seat, bag can be purchased
  • Inflatable wheels can be purchased
  • Great looks
  • Price
  • Reverses to face both directions
  • Quite a large shopping basket
  • No suspension

For me a totally cool stroller. At first, with the first child, we only had a pusuchair, and then we also bought a car seat and a cot for the second child. I consider it quite an advantage that you can buy everything for it extra - because with only a few strollers is this possible.

It is much lighter compared to other 3 in 1 stroller systems, due to the lighter frame. The cot/bassinet is, although it may not seem it at first glance, spacious enough. The baby fits in there just fine even with a footmuff, I had my son in the cot until he was seven months old. And the seat unit too, I can't fault that. It is spacious, it can be positioned in a full reclining position, it faces both directions. I can fit my fourteen-kilogram three-year-old daughter in it.

It's a nice and practical stroller, but only for the city. It is unsuitable for off-road use due to the fact that it is not sprung at all. It's also a bit harder to handle on very uneven surfaces, but even that can be dealt with quite nicely by buying inflatable wheels. It will help a bit. Some people complain about it rattling - we don't have a problem with that. Also, as for fading, maybe I'm lucky, but the seat is the dark grey one and I've used it for two summers with my daughter and now a third with my son and the colour is as it was when I bought it, so I don't know 😀 Oh well.

I'm happy with it, I chose it because of it's lightness and because it doesn't look chunky at all. And for the price, it's really nice.

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