- Possibility of getting inflated wheels
- Sport seat can be lied completely flat
- One has to use two hands to put down the carrycot canopy (often I carried sleeping baby to find out it's up)
- The break is so hard to push, it always moves the whole wagon, I am afraid to use it when the baby sleeps, it woke him up few times
- Suspension doesn't feel that great compared to other prams I tried on gravel roads.
We have used pram for 3 months now, only with the carrycot. It feels like a solid pram with quality materials.
- loose handle
- low-positioned hood
- difficult brake
- folding lock
I really wanted to like it, I mean, the design is so nice and the wheels nice and large. The handle feels too loose, though, and the hood should certainly go higher to make use of the whole seat surface. The brake is so difficult to use, damaging my shoes. It is quite a heavy pram as well.
- Seat length
- Weight capacity
- Sturdy frame
- Large wheels
- Adjustable handlebar
- Hard to lift
- Hood too close to the seat back end
The seat length and weight capacity are great. And so is the sturdy frame with large wheels. It's just hard to lift to get up a curb or over an obstacle. But I found out that the right handle height helps with that.
Also, I'd put the hood higher up - it's too close to the head of my 2yo. Apart from those two niggles, I recommend it for those having really bad sidewalks around (or those often on dirtroads in a forest or so).
p.s. My hubby loves it, I must say - he calls it 'the beast' :-D
For the price, it's not that much of a quality stroller. The frame started to creak. My friend's 20-month-old barely fits in it. So not much, longevity-wise.