- Rubber wheels without punctures
- Easy to maneuver, less than 10 kg
- Washable textiles
- You can \rock\" your baby with your hand if you don't secure the carrycot with the extra side harnesses"
- Side handles allow you to carry the carrycot easily
- I missed a head hugging pillow in the car seat
- No leg cover in the (included/optional) accessories - I had to buy a universal one
- Only the seat unit is reversible
I was very happy with it. It's lightweight, one-hand manipulation... Rubber wheels didn't get to look shabby even after two years of use. Large rear wheels are good for pulling it up the stairs. Large, spacious basket. The carrycot can be folded by pushing it into itself, making it compact even for car rides. We used it up to the baby's six months (70 cm). The textiles on all three click-on parts - carrycot, seat, car seat - are fully removable and washable in the washing machine.
I am sorry to get rid of it, but we need only something super small in our tiny apartment since we don't use the carrycot nor the car seat anymore.
- spacious seat unit
- great canopy
- large, accessible shopping basket
- nice folding system
- sturdy frame
- a little bit heavier than I would have liked
This stroller accompanied me twice on our vacation in the Alps - and it didn't disappoint. My son - 2 years, 22 lbs (10 kg) - fit in well, and even slept while passing through bumpy roads. The wheels did not get any gravel in it, though. The front wheels' joints made a little 'steel' sound when passing on such terrain, but not on normal sidewalks. The seat unit is spacious, reversible, and the hood is large enough. The handlebar took multiple bags without any problem. The shopping basket is big and very accessible.