- BEAUTIFUL LOOK
- hood size and style
- high seatback
I knew I'd get an ED buggy. I wanted the Stockholm stroller with my first, but I never got it... So I absolutely had to have the newer Mondo with my second. I just couldn't resist 😊😍 The buggy is BEAU-TI-FUL, srsly, and that is why I wanted it so much. It is not bad at all, but I must be honest and say I also got the Easywalker Miley which, looking at it in all the complexity, is a much better stroller, functions-wise. I'll see... but I am, in any case, happy to own it 🤩
- trendy, stylish
- lie flat seat
- adjustable leg rest
- the bag to put in the basket is GENIUS
- strap recline
- not the longest seat surface (84 cm), but it's OK
- the bumper bar needs to be ordered - and the waiting time is long
- the brake is NOT flip-flop friendly
- stones get stuck in the wheel foam a LOT
Such trendy colours! The Mondo is such a luxurious buggy. The canopy is the largest I've seen, even taking larger pushchairs into account!
The problematic part would be the wheels, they get stones stuck in the foam layer almost immediately. Also, the belly bar is sold separately, and watch out - there's quite a wait for the bumper bar.
There was a problem with the manufacturing, and we had to return the stroller because the whole batch was faulty
Unfortunately, there was a problem with the manufacturing, and we had to return the stroller because the whole batch was faulty. It seems very nice (maybe just a bit more of suspension would be appreciated), and the available batch should be without problems.
- Super compact
- Extra-long canopy
- Spacious for the type
- The rear pocket is the cutest I have ever seen
- The optional backpack that fits in the basket is a great idea
- The unfolding is a bit clumsy
- Wheels are noisier on uneven terrain
- Slumped/angled sitting position but that's normal for ultracompacts)
I do love the look, and the features are truly great for such a small pushchair, but the wheels are so much better and quieter on the Joolz Aer, for which I am gonna swap it. I am too pampered from my big stroller system that was so quiet (and it was a Joolz).
Very happy about it, I fell in love 😍
It has all the things I missed on the Ergobaby Metro, so it's just what I needed :-)
I cannot wait for the time my son will grow out of the bassinet days so we can use the Mondo more, with the seat attached
- car seat compatible
- none so far
I bought it for the beautiful design, even though my baby is still using a bassinet (of another brand pram). This one I am keeping in my car with car seat adapters, and for that purpose, it serves us very well. I cannot wait for the time my son will grow out of the bassinet days so we can use the Mondo more, with the seat attached :-)
If you actually care about fashion and searching for something compact, you can't really go for anything else
- Recycled (eco-conscious)
- Larger rear wheels
- Not for harsh terrain
- Noisy on cobblestones
- Puzzle-system of the harness buckle
I love the looks - that's why I also had the Stockholm stroller before. If you actually care about fashion and searching for something compact, you can't really go for anything else. Functionality-wise, it's also nice, so I am not even questioning my choice. Incredible details! And my daughter loves cow-like pattern ;-)
Stylish, and kinda spacious for what it is... but for that price - too simple of a buggy for me. You pay for the brand, I suppose.
- Full recline of the seat
- Travel back(pack)
Beautiful, super stylish. I am in love with the spotty design with golden frame, and those matching accessories (like a liner or a footmuff - and I am even getting a matching baby hat) 😇 Full recline is great for my six-month-old Toby, and that huge canopy (for the type of a buggy) 😍 Overall, pretty much a perfect travel pushchair.