Inglesina Electa
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Inglesina Electa

The lightweight urban pram
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The Inglesina Electa is a lightweight urban pram and pushchair designed for compactness and baby's comfort right from birth. Released in 2021, the Electa fills the gap for small, lightweight, full-featured strollers with a spacious carrycot. The frame with smaller wheels is nimble around the city as well as shops and folds pretty much one-handedly, even with the seat attached (world-facing). The whole pushchair mode clocks in only 8.7 kg! With the MAXI carrycot of 79 x 37 cm and a polypropylene shell, you will not only last longer than the usual 4 to 6 months but can use the carrycot in the car with the optional auto-kit. The patented Welcome Pad in the carrycot will care about your child's comfort and ergonomic position right from birth. The pram with the bassinet weighs more, however - 11,1 kg.

The reversible seat unit is well-padded and lies practically flat (170-degree recline). It also features an extendable hood. An optional Inglesina Darwin i-size car seat can be bought in the trio set as well. Along with the Stand Up stand for the carrycot, seat, or car seat, a seat apron, and a cup holder are included. More accessories, ranging from a rain cover through a nappy bag to a carry bag, are available to purchase separately.

Inglesina Electa Features & Specifications

The Basics

Pushchair (seat and chassis only), 2in1 stroller system, 3in1 stroller system
Stroller weight
8.7 kg
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l)
107 cm x 50 cm x 83-96 cm
Folded dimensions (h×w×l)
73.5 cm x 50 cm x 30 cm
Chassis material
Country of origin

The Seat unit

Maximum weight capacity - seat load
22 kg
Recommended age range (best to use with a child of)
0-36 months
Reversible seat unit
Easy-release memory button(s) on the seat or the carrycot
L-shaped, bucket-type seat unit
Reclining backrest
Full-recline backrest (a bigger-than-a-150-degree-angle to a lie-flat)
Backrest recline type
Rear-located recline mechanism (e.g., lever-operated)
One-hand backrest recline system
Extendable backrest
Legrest positioning
Yes, 2 positions
Extendable leg rest
Wipe-clean layer on the leg rest
A higher seat unit's position on the chassis
Height-adjustable seat
Seat unit's proper attachment indicator
2in1 convertible carrycot/seat unit (pramette travel system)
Fabrics removable for cleaning
Seat fabrics cleaning
Machine washable
Safety harness type
Harness padding
Height-adjustable harness belts
Ventilation integrated into the seat
Second seat can be attached (single-to-double convertibility)

The Canopy (Hood)

Seat unit equipped with a canopy/hood
Extendable canopy/hood
The canopy/hood features a sun visor
Floating, follow-the-sun canopy
Height-adjustable canopy
Removable canopy
Waterproof canopy
UV protection in the (canopy) fabrics
Ventilation integrated into the canopy
A pocket integrated into the canopy
Peek-a-boo viewing window present on the canopy
Peek-a-boo window can be closed/covered
Quiet (magnetic/no velcro) peek-a-boo window
Reinforcing side clasps present on the canopy

The Bumper bar

Bumper bar
Bumper bar type (style)
Removable bumper bar
Gate-opening (swing-away) bumper bar
Height-adjustable bumper bar
Bumper bar features a fabric (non-wipe-clean) cover
Bumper bar features an extra crotch strap

The Wheels

Number of wheels
Front wheel(s) type
EVA foam-coated wheels
Rear wheels type
EVA foam-coated wheels
Front wheels diameter
17.5 cm
Rear wheels diameter
21.5 cm
Swivel wheels
Lockable wheels
Removable wheels
All wheels are double wheels
Wheels equipped with mudguards
Two-wheel mode

The Suspension

Wheels with suspension
Suspension type
Mechanical (internal spring-loaded mechanism)
Adjustable suspension softness
Rocking chassis

The Brake

Central brake system/type
One-step rocker pedal (flip-flop friendly)
Deceleration handbrake

The Fold

Folding system
Flat (compact) fold
One-hand fold
Plane-travel-friendly stroller with an ultra-compact fold (suitable as carry-on luggage)
Folds with the (forward-facing) seat attached
Folds with the rearward-facing seat attached
Self-standing fold
Auto-lock feature of the folded chassis
Folded stroller can be pulled behind like luggage
Stroller folds and/or unfolds by itself
Equipped with a carry strap/carry handle

The Handlebar

Handle height adjustment
Handlebar material
Leatherette (PU/eco-leather)
Handlebar height
93-106 cm
Reversible handlebar (handle can be flipped to the other side)
Safety wrist strap

The Basket

Shopping basket
Large shopping basket
Basket's weight capacity
5 kg
Closable basket
An extra basket can be attached to the frame
A pocket integrated into the seat/elsewhere on the stroller frame

The Carrycot

Carrycot compatible
Yes (without adapters)
Internal dimensions of the carrycot - mattress measurement
79 x 37 cm
Carry handle on the carrycot
Inclining carrycot mattress
Foldable carrycot
Rocking-base carrycot
Ventilatilated carrycot base (bottom ventilation system)
Carrycot installable in the car instead of a group 0+ car seat (Auto carrycot)
Carrycot positioned high on the frame

The Car seat

Car seat compatible
Yes (without adapters), Yes (with adapters)
Car seat sold separately
Maxi-Cosi/Cybex car seat attachment-type adapters available
Britax Römer car seat attachment-type adapters available

The Accessories & Extra features

Parent tray/organizer on the handlebar (included)
Cup holder can be attached
Reflective elements
No pushchair mode/seat-unit configuration available
Rain cover included
Mosquito net included
Leg cover (apron) included with the seat unit
Seat liner/insert included
Changing bag included
Carry bag/transport cover for the folded stroller included
LED light(s)
Built-in audio speakers
A storage/bag can be attached instead of a seat

Parent reviews of the Inglesina Electa

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  • Lightweight
  • Large, comfortable bassinet
  • Easy fold
  • Stylish
  • Suspension

We've had this for 2 months now. We've only used the bassinet so far but we love it. It's super easy to fold down with one hand and lightweight. It doesn't have the best suspension but it is equivalent to others we tested of the same size.

It's a love/hate relationship

  • carrycot/newborn usability TOP (love the stand for home use)
  • fabrics
  • padding
  • design
  • finishes
  • lie-flat seat
  • large hood in theory
  • super low carrycot
  • weak suspension
  • wobbly hood
  • front wheels getting stuck in holes
  • quite a bulky fold for an urban model

It's a love/hate relationship with this stroller.

I really love some parts (carrycot <3, fabrics, padding, design, finishes, lie-flat seat, large hood in theory...) but I am so annoyed by others (super low carrycot, weak suspension, wobbly hood, front wheels getting stuck, quite a bulky fold - I expected a smaller fold for an urban model)...

I would recommend it for city living, SHORT parents, and mostly for from-birth use. It is super lovely and the carrycot even if low to the ground, is sooo comfy for newborns... But it's not as comfy for tall dads, bad terrain, and if you expect something super sturdy.

  • Size
  • Weight
  • Bassinet
  • Fold
  • Padding
  • Removable texitles
  • Suspension
  • Wobbly canopy

I love love love the low weight, the incredibly comfortable bassinet, and the fold. When you get used to folding it is so quick. I am glad the textiles can be removed, and, in theory, I like the huge canopy of the seat, too.

My problems with this pram include the weak suspension - I wish it would be softer... and, also, the loose feel of the canopy. It wobbles back and forth when fully extended and the pushchair goes over bumps and such...

If you're a petite mom living in town, you'll like this as much as I do. So I recommend it, but not for tall parents nor for bad terrain. On smooth-ish roads and for shorter people, YES!

Your questions about the Inglesina Electa


Hi there,

I have a similar question to the previous one about i) suspension and ii) height of the carrycot. I understand that this may be weaker compared to full-size strollers. But how does it compare to the small ones? (Yoyo, Joolz Aer, Boogaboo Bee). E.g. is the Electa carrycot lower than that of the Yoyo? Will the suspension be weaker? (Yoyo has rear-wheel suspension but also much smaller wheels).

Thank you very much for your help!

Hiya, Jan,

Well, no, the Electa carrycot is definitely higher placed than the Yoyo's, as the Yoyo has it really really low (and most ultracompacts do, except for those that have it on adapters like the Aer, where the bassinet is actually ok, considering, even if not totally high up). About the suspension, it is not too soft, but it does absorb shocks. It is not an equation like more suspension = better ride, less = worse ride, it is a sum of many things, so yes, even the larger wheels (compared to the Yoyo) will make a huge difference, to be honest - just like the frame feats will make, like how sturdy or loose it is, etc.).

Overall, the Electa is not the most compact stroller, and on smoother surfaces, it pushes very nicely in general. It CAN go over bumpy terrain occasionally, and the ride isn't even bad, but it won't be soft and you will feel the chassis shaking and vibrating.

It is, however, rather a full-sized model than a lightweight one, but it definitely is not an all-terrain beast. I would get and use it as a full-features city pram. The carrycot is very nice, indeed, and comfy for the baby!

.eli - 04 Jun 2022

Hi there,

Ee are about to have our newborn and we are between the Electa and the Aptica. We would choose the Electa because of its light weight, but we see the reviews regarding short parents and the hard suspension. I am 1.80m and my wife 1.70m and we live in the city center. Is this for us or will we regret it?

Hi, Bill,

The best is to try the stroller out in real life, in a store, if unsure. Overall, however, Inglesina strollers are truly lower to the ground, seat and carrycot-wise, and the rotating handlebar of the Electa makes it harder to walk behind the stroller when very tall (long steps, not enough distance). About the suspension, they truly are more smooth-surface prams, I mean, they can totally go over bumps and cobblestones, but you will feel it a lot as the wheels are not huge and the suspension is not that soft.

If truly deciding between the Electa and Aptica only, as a tall parent, you'll be better off with the telescoping handle of the Aptica. 1.7m and 1.8m are nothing extreme, however, so you should be reasonably fine with the Electa if you really really want that one. For the city center, the larger wheels of the Aptica XT could be more useful, however, never expect them to absorb shocks absolutely, they cannot do it. I wouldn't say you would regret either, especially since the bassinets are very very comfy for the newborns, just wheel/chassis-wise, you might have a few complaints, that's all. There's always going to be something.

And really go and try out a few prams in a baby shop if you have the opportunity, as the differences in height and many other features. Just to have a real-life difference.

.eli - 10 May 2022


My trilogy is still in boxes, opening next week hopefully – it is nice and not as bad as the others were saying as I had an Inglesina with my first and loved the only thing it was too heavy.

Anyhow, I wanted to ask do you know wher I can buy a [[article:sayoroseni|Buggy board] for Inglesina Electa as I need it for my first to stand on it?!

Thank you

Hi, Isabella,

There is no dedicated Inglesina buggy board made, BUT you will most certainly be OK with a Lascal Buggy Board or a Bumprider buggy board. Apart from any baby shop around you (the larger, the better), just check Amazon or eBay for a universal buggy board, sibling boards, kid ride-ons, hop-on boards, etc. There are plenty available, but the best is, in this case, go with a better brand if possible - to avoid rattling and for the best compatibility.

.eli - 24 Mar 2022

I just saw this new buggy from Inglesina electa, they say the suspension isn’t great and the canopy is wobbly plus it’s not for tall adults. Can you help me if these factors are true as it’s quite a new buggy with hardly reviews out there.

I saw it in a shop and it didn’t seem to be more for short people... thank you

Hi, Miri,

The reality of reviews is that someone needs and expects something and the thing doesn't meet those requirements. If you're not particularly tall and don't expect your bassinet/seat unit to be too high up, it should be just fine for you. The overall height of the click-on parts is, however, more on the lower than on the higher side, taking an average height into account.

About the canopy, that is how Inglesina buggies are made in general - the canopy has a bit of will. Nothing you can't live with if you don't have a strong preference for the opposite.

Lastly, about the suspension - there are shock absorbers but not super soft rocking, so yes, this is more a city pram than an all-terrain one.

Don't expect too much and you'll be happy. The materials used and the quality of fabrics and details is very nice on Inglesinas.

.eli - 18 Feb 2022

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