- Lots of pockets
- Easy to handle
- Heavy but what would I want for the price, right 😊
- When folded in the car, the front is easily scratched
Great for the woods or hiking, it's good for running too. It has good stability, so there's no risk of tipping over.
- 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 🙂