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flower72 says:
"I picked and picked until I missed"
and gives the Jané Crosswalk

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I picked and picked until I missed

  • Quality of workmanship
  • Maintenance-free wheels
  • Both bucket and lie flat positioning
  • Large hood
  • No adapters needed
  • Can be used with other cots or seat units
  • Non-shrink material
  • Imprecise fit of the wheels - solved with insertedpads
  • Easy folding
  • Harness at just one height
  • Hard to fit a footmuff

Well, I picked and picked until I missed.

First I will summarize the positives. The advantage is the unified system of attaching the parts to the construction - you don't need adapters. We had a Transporter Lite cot - without straps, a six-month-old baby with about 70 cm can fit in it. The seat unit is a hybrid - both a bucket style and a straight lie flat sleeping area. As children want. The upright seat position is not upright completely, and it is at a weird angle where my little one slides off - it can be solved with the bucket style positioning. Large hood. Quiet, maintenance-free wheels (maintenance-free in the sense that you don't get a puncture).

The folding of the stroller is however ill-considered. You can fold the seat part together with the frame, but it doesn't fit perfectly, one into the other, so we fold it separately. The belts on the seat part are NOT adjustable and the putting in of the footmuff is complicated.

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