All user reviews of Euro-Cart Volt Pro

4 parent reviews

Not very good, but it'll do the job

  • Compact
  • Not spacious at all
  • Legs of the little one protrude out

It's not very good, but it'll do the job when you need to get somewhere. Easy to take in the car. I don't recommend it for winter at all, because you can barely cover the baby with a thin blanket, let alone a thick one. As for handling, it is ok.

  • Price
  • Load capacity 22 kg
  • Basket with side access through zipped opening and 3 kg carrying capacity
  • Stroller weighs just over 7 kg
  • Accessories: mosquito net, rain cover, footmuff, drink holder, handle and handle covers, carry bag, pillow
  • Easy one-handed handling
  • Easy folding and unfolding with just one hand
  • Colour, design and elegant appearance also thanks to the unusual white construction
  • Large canopy
  • Window in the canopy with magnet net
  • Ventilation window in the back with mosquito net
  • Backrest positioning with lever
  • Shoulder strap for carrying the folded stroller on the shoulder
  • Suspension on all wheels
  • Wheel rotation/lockable wheels
  • Removable belly bar and dial handle to both sides
  • Hardened rubber on wheels
  • Shorter seat surface area approx. 85 cm
  • Thinner fabric

The stroller pleasantly surprised: it is easy to operate, even with one hand, quickly folds into a small size, even with a baby on your hands, and thanks to the carry bag it does not get the wheels dirty in the trunk of the car.

It copes nicely with the unevenness of our pavements. Although it is sprung, it seems to me that the ride is a bit harder, but it may be because the triple combination we have is quite sprung, so I am used to something else.

I'm a little disappointed with the thinner fabric - doesn't mean it's a bad thing, the quality of the fabric will only show over time. For now, I can write that the canopy shades well in the summer and the baby doesn't get too much light in the bottom when sleeping.

One disadvantage I can see - namely the shorter lying area, about 85 cm. I would accept a longer one, as the stroller is also for a child up to 22 kg, and such children are also longer than 85 cm, which can interfere with sleeping comfort. I would recommend the stroller as a second stroller, or a travel stroller.

I really like that the manufacturer has thought about access to the stroller when it is reclined for lying down, and there is a zippered opening. However, this is quite small and you can't get large items through this opening, I had a problem with a 1.5L water bottle - but it can be removed, albeit cramped. The basket is higher off the ground compared to other buggies and umbrella strollers, so it gets less dirty in bad weather, e.g. from water from the wheels.

I also appreciate the mosquito net ventilation behind the baby's head, which can be zipped up. If this stroller had a longer lying surface and a bit thicker fabric, I would give it a rating of 10 and it would be perfect that way - also because it is lightweight, and I can carry/carry it up the stairs with the baby too. And I really appreciate that the stroller comes with: a rain cover, mosquito net, cup holder, head pillow, leg cover, carry bag, and covers for the handle and handle bar, which you don't see often. So I don't have to deal with buying extras (I only bought a seat liner and bag as I chose the black and grey, choosing the pad and bag was really easy and there was plenty to choose from - I got the grey and black liner and black bag with organiser so I have a nice matching pushchair too). It looks nice because of the white colour too. I hope the white construction and white plastic won't yellow over time.

It doesn't have a height adjustable handle (like its bigger "brother" Flex), but since the handle is pretty high off the ground, I don't miss it at all and taller people feel comfortable pushing the stroller. I don't trip on the brake or any part of the stroller when walking. I don't know how it would handle snow though. The leg cover is quite insulated, suitable for cold weather, so we'll see in winter. The wheels are hardened rubber, so no pebbles in them, not even holes have been made yet.

If anyone is looking for a second stroller that folds up quickly, is lightweight and doesn't take up much space even in the trunk of the car, I recommend this one. If someone is looking for a stroller that's a little bigger and doesn't mind being a little heavier, I'd look more for the Euro-Cart Flex.

  • spacious basket
  • compact for a smaller car
  • changing bag included
  • strap to carry a folded stroller around
  • small, plastic wheels

I ordered it and sent it back immediately afterward. I found it pretty in the online store pictures, but much more plastic-y and cheap in real life. Very small, plastic. I didn't even feel any suspension. I can't say how it drives as I returned it immediately after unpacking. Maybe it is good for around shopping malls, but I wouldn't use it on any real terrain.

  • Lightweight - only 7 kg
  • Rubber (not foam) wheels
  • Great to push
  • Lay-flat seat
  • Birth to 36 months
  • All essential accessories included
  • Price
  • Extendable hood
  • Nothing up to now

For me, an awesome buggy, and I don't regret getting it. Very lightweight, and, what is more, beautiful. It's so pleasant to push, and my DS sleeps in it so often - the seat reclines fully. I also appreciate the extendable hood and the drinks holder included.

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