- large wheels
- height-adjustable hood
- telecsopic handlebar
- cool, weird design
- low weight
- parent- and world-facing
- quality frame
- center of gravity doesn't fit everyone
- narrow-ish seat unit
- short hood (mainly when in lie-flat config)
- no leg rest
- strange recline mechanism
I loved how lightweight it is - while it can tackle even bumpy pavements. It looks so weird, but in a good way, I loved this lil' weirdo. Not everyone liked its center of gravity, however - the grandma couldn't lift it up curbs easily enough. No bumper bar is also not the best, but overall, a very nice pushchair that I can recommend.
A very upright seat was a plus; the canopy, seat reclining system, and the frame's width were minuses
A very upright seat was a big plus. The canopy, seat reclining system, and the frame's width causing the pram to be not so agile to drive around were minuses.