- Air filled tyres on the back
- Really large seating space
- Really big gap between end of seat and canopy which makes it usable for years and particularly for taller toddlers
- Compact, quick fold
- Light (10.5kg)
- Super generous canopy with peekaboo, out of a tough polyester that stands wind, rain, winter minus temperatures
- actually a suprisingly sturdy buggy for this price
- the padding is not great, definitely requires an extra inlay to be bought
- if you are really tall you will trip all the time on the brake mechanism (not actuvating it but still annoying)
- break is fiddly and also not flipflop friendly
Our top pick for toddlers, especially taller ones. We are coming from expensive and well rated Joolz Hub Plus and Thule Sleek, as well as a TFK Dot 2. I would choose this Hauck almost any day to the Joolz Hub Plus.
Only three examples: the canopy on the Hub is a joke compared to the one on the Hauck, whereas the seat space on the Joolz is made for tiny babies and tiny toddlers up until 2 years max. The fold is 5 seconds on the Hauck, 35 seconds with practice on the Hub Plus.
- padded fabrics
- extra cushioning thanx to the rear inflatable wheels
- accessible basket
- lies flat
- easy fold when you get the hang of it
- cheaper polyester fabrics
- front wheels are smaller, not awesome on real bumps
- taller parents will kick the rear axle
- bumper bar doesn't swing open, has to be removed completely
- cheaper plastics
- bulky for a small car
- fold gets stuck at first, not really a one handed one
A nice buggy for that price. We use it occasionally with my 2.5yo toddler.
A very nice price and the stroller works ok, though definitely not for "countryside" – at least if they meant terrain
A very nice price and the stroller works ok, though it is not too luxurious and definitely not for "countryside" – at least if they meant terrain. The front wheels are too small and rattly for that, and you don't go forward with your larger air-filled wheels. Ok for your usual everyday use, just a bit bulky.