- Lays flat
- One-handed push
- Large basket space
- Good for light terrain conditions
- You need to take into account it's am umbrella stroller = a buggy, not an all-terrain full-size stroller
It's an umbrella stroller - a buggy, so you cannot really expect them to be a workhorse for all terrains. The suspension is only on the front wheels, which is a shame since there's some noise on cobblestones, but nothing tragic really. On the other hand, I was quite surprised by all that it can go through without issues. Also, it is quite compact and lightweight. I can easily push it with one hand. The seat fully adjusts up to a lay-flat. The hood opens up nice and large. The weight capacity of the buggy is quite high as well. Also, it takes up so much less space than a full-size stroller system. And my child can sleep comfortably in it...