- great for off-road
- large bassinet
- lots of accessories
- after 5 months he growls terribly, I was afraid of that and it happened, it makes me very angry
We just wanted a pram with a bassinet, no stroller or travel system. We liked the Inglesina, but I might try the Navington next time.
- Large inflatable wheels that can be detached
- Nicely cushioned
- Washable inner cover
- Adjustable handle height
- Back positioning
- Spacious metal basket
- Folds easily
- Bag, rain cover, mosquito net, pump
- Smaller bassinet
- Storage during transport
We chose the stroller in the shop and then bought it second hand. The full price for a stroller for six months seemed unnecessarily "high" considering that we did not want a 3 in 1 system.
We are very satisfied with the purchase. It rides beautifully on sidewalks, bike paths, as well as on dirt, forest and grassy roads (even on snowy terrain). My husband, 196 cm tall, has no problem with pushing the stroller - he has pushed it in meadows and has even gone straight into the woods.
Since the stroller is nicely cushioned, it is very pleasant to ride with. The disadvantage may seem to be the inflatable wheels - risk of punctures. Fortunately, this did not happen to us.
Compared to some other strollers, it seems to me that it has a smaller bassinet. From about the sixth month my daughter didn't have much room in it for length. But it will definitely serve for a second child. I can recommend the purchase! ;-)
The stroller met my expectations. I can go everywhere with it, it is spacious and comfortable. For me it is simply the best.
The best pram I've ever had in my hands. On the Ergobike swinging chassis it is a stroller for any terrain (fallen trees in the woods were not the smallest obstacle), spacious carrycot (one of the largest on the market), perfectly designed, moreover with the possibility of positioning of the backrest (we used it a lot during the napping period). Simply loving it, and after 8 months of use we haven't found a single fault (apart from the worse chassis compactness, but that was fine). But we had only a carrycot, as the seat didn't seem very aesthetic anymore :-)
- Robust, but that makes it suitable for the forest
We are still using the bassinet, but my large and quick-growing baby still fits in there even with a winter footmuff. We tackled even mud in the mountains, or icy sidewalks, bumpy broken roads... it still holds its ground and maneuvers well.
The best all terrain pram. For the mountains as well as to the sea 👍
- Large bassinet
- Leg cover
- Mosquito net
- I'm kicking in the pram when walking fast
- Small shopping basket
- Doesn't have integrated hooks for the changing bag
Great maneuverability. It meets all the main things I expect from a pram perfectly! The Inglesina is, however, heavy. On the other hand, it rides almost by itself, so I do not have to work hard while pushing it. It is very bulky, though, but it passes through every terrain as it has a great suspension system 🙂 When my baby did not want to sleep at home, she would always fell asleep in the pram.
The bassinet is large, so a summer baby could still fit inside it even at the beginning of the winter. The canopy and leg cover protect the baby from the wind perfectly. I also like the mosquito net, which is easy to remove and clean.
However, every pram has its drawbacks.
The canopy did not protect the baby from the sun very well. The canopy is positioned high, and when the sun was low (evenings or during the winter), the sun was shining on the baby directly. We had to buy a parasol. Occasionally, something started to squeak, but my husband lubricated the chassis and wheels, and everything was fine after. The shopping basket is large but shallow, so whenever I put my shopping inside, I was hoping it would not fall out. I also did not like that everyone could see what I am carrying inside it.
When I was in a hurry, sometimes I kicked the basket or the brake. I am not tall, so I do not think it would be comfortable for taller people.
And, as I said, it is rather bulky. Whenever we were putting it in the trunk of our car, there was not much more space available. The chassis is very heavy, and I became tired of loading and unloading it from the car.
- for any terrain
- large carrycot
- fixed wheels
An excellent pram with a spacious carrycot.
- rocking motion
- passes through every terrain
- easy to put on as well as remove the carrycot/car seat
- bulky after folding
Comfortable for the baby. Elegant and simple. Everything can be washed.