- Three wheels
- Quality materials
I bought this pram based on an advice I read here - I had no idea such a pushchair exists...
I have three children, so I have already tried quite a few prams, and this one made all the other ones look really poor. It's THE pushchair to get! Robust, solid, perfect suspension on the wheels - which I needed since we live in a village - and the stroller is really made for uneven and difficult terrain!
I wasn't, I admit, a fan of three-wheeled strollers, but now I wouldn't want another one - it a completely different maneuvering and push.
- A great all-terrain push
- Non-inflatable, large rubber wheels
- Spacious - my three years old can comfortably nap in it, when we're in our garden
- A bit heavier, but it makes it sit on the road better
For me the best, and it's our fourth pushchair. I will never swap this one. Just one little niggle with it, the canopy faded after summer. We own the Crosster Signature in blue colour.
- Ultimately large canopy
- Literally for every terrain
- A lot of space for the child
- No need to inflate the wheels
It met all of our requirements.
The best jogger there is. Incredibly good wheels that will pass through literally everything. A huge hood that will cover the whole child, even in the fully reclined position - if it's raining, you don't even need a rain cover, the little one won't get wet. I recommend it mostly for taller parents. Even taller toddlers have plenty of space in the seat. The pushchair is a little heavy, but that is so worth all its other features.
A top pushchair for me so far. The only negative being that is is heavy, nothing else to complain about ❤️ The changing bag is very large. The canopy is simply perfect. My DD loves it - she would sit half a day in it no problem 🙂