- light & compact
- thin canopy
A pretty, handy, lightweight compact pushchair. But I somehow cannot get used to it after our Bugaboo Gox2, and neither can my little girl. She doesn’t want to sit in it. I don’t like the materials and suspension much. And the canopy is thin, see-through.
- luxurious look and finishes
- lie-flat seat
- lightweight and comfy
- reasonably large wheels can tackle occasional grass
- handle doesn't adjust
- fabric behind is a little thin
- I would like more coverage (cosy toes, canopy in reclined position)
A capable buggy. I like it, even if there are a few niggles. The handle is rather high up and I miss handle adjustment to make it fit better. The seat length is kind of short, but that is the price to pay for a compact buggy - and the Maior is compact for sure. I also do mind that when folded, a part protrudes and looks weird. But the value you get for the price is very nice, mainly if you look at the size of it and then at the size of the wheels, which is very nice.
- comfy padding
- large wheels with actual suspension
- nice and roomy seat (seatback area)
- unique look
- apron included
- short legrest
- short apron
A small pushchair that, in my eyes, beat most of the larger mid-size models. We chose it for the smaller compact size as well as for the style that is not boring. It's different than what you normally see on the street (so many Valco Snaps...). So elegant. The apron is included (even if a little short imho), and a rain cover is, too. I would only make the leg rest longer. Overall, recommended.