- design-wise beautiful
- sturdy chassis
- suitable for taller people
I was convinced it was going to be a crappy buggy like the other buggies of this type... the opposite was true. It can handle any terrain, it is large and sturdy. Of course, that makes it heavier, but it's manageable.
- Large hood
- Doubled wheels
- No handle bar adjustment
- Tilts backwards when there's a bag hung on the handles
The pushchair is very nice. It can handle normal everyday use.
- Lightweight, easy to fold
- A selection of beautiful colours and motifs
- Can be taken apart and washed
- Option to buy accessories in the same colourway
- Higher price
Satisfied, I do not regret the purchase. Possibility to buy different accessories in the same motif.
- Easy folding as well as overall manipulation
- Takes up little space in our car boot
- Lie-flat option
- Mega large hood with a peekaboo window
- Beautiful look and matching ED accessories available
- Very hard to access the basket when the seatback is reclined
With our Stokke Trailz (which will always be the best pram I had 🙏🏼) we needed something smaller, more compact - a travel buggy. I picked this Elodie Details. I have to say I liked its look at first. But immediately my daughter fell in love with it - and I as well :)
It's truly super lightweight and easy to steer. The sunhood is super large so the child is completely covered during naps. I also appreciated the peekaboo window. The only downside are the wheels that rattle a bit on uneven surfaces - but I counted on that, the pushchair being what it is, and so I take the other pram when going off-road.
- ease of manipulation
- low weight
- no way to get into the basket when reclined
- not very stable
We bought this buggy as a more compact alternative to our full-size stroller. Since it folds umbrella-style, it takes up less space - not into a large cube. I am happy with it.
The manipulation is very easy, even though it's two-handed. It's more difficult with only one hand since there are two separate handlebars. The handles are quite tall - high up, and they don't adjust. I am short (160 cm) - still, I can manage driving it without problems.
The wheels are medium-sized (for an umbrella stroller), and they do get some stones inside the foam, even though they feel more like rubber. They push well.
An excellent canopy protects from the sun. No need for any extra sun shades.
1. When the child is napping, you can't get to the storage space (this is normal with umbrella strollers)
2. It's a bit unstable - mainly when you hang something on the handlebars, it feels like it will flip backward.
The price is higher, but the design is beautiful. It's different than other sporty umbrella strollers. We are very happy to have it. I am not even sorry for the higher price, compared to other strollers in the category.
A very nice umbrella stroller :-) It surprised me by being able to go even through uneven terrain.
- Leatherette handlebars
- Extendable hood
- Easy to fold
- Easy to push
It's a lightweight, compact buggy, but it pushes well even on pavements in bad shape. I found only one downside, and that would be that it's narrow, in my opinion.
- Easy to manipulate
- Easy to fold
- Beautiful design
- Difficult to push with one hand
This umbrella stroller is simply fantastic!
Except for the fact that it's not the smallest one after folding (it is quite long), I have no complaints. This umbrella buggy suits me 100%. Oh, one more thing - when it's reclined, you cannot reach in the basket - someone could mind this.
A perfect umbrella stroller. Lightweight, practical, and fashionable.