- Positioning with a lever
- Long canopy
- Good incline angle when sitting
- Short harness belts
The only thing that bothers me is that it could be bigger and have longer belts. And the wheels rattle a bit. Otherwise in other respects better than the others. Overall, it's great.
- Goes up to a lying down position
- Large basket
- Large canopy with ventilation
- Easy to handle
- Adjustable leg tilt
- It is harder to get into the basket when lying down
- The non-Air version does not have inflatable wheels, the wheels wear down quite quickly
A great stroller in a good price range :)
- Large canopy
- Large basket
- Easy to handle
- Nice design
An excellent pushchair, we were very happy with it :)
- After a while it started to squeak
- A bit complicated to clean
Very satisfied. Can handle any terrain.
Good quality, nice buggy from a proven brand.
- easy to fold
- doesn't take up much space in the boot of the car
- easy to drive around town
- nice look
- two drink holders
- small foam wheels will only travel on pavements and paved roads
- the wind blows through the canopy
- the apron only covers the bottom of the legs and falls down a lot
I regret not having it for my first child. It's lightweight, folds easily into the car, unfolds easily, doesn't take up much space. The rain cover covers well and has vents that you can't even see. Not for off-road though, the wheels are foam and pretty small. Also, there is a lot of wind that gets inside. It's more of a ride around town kind of thing. The apron seems to me to be useless.
A great pushchair. Goes over any terrain, is easy to use with one hand and my little one loves it.
- low weight
- parent tray for coffee
We are very happy with it. We use it for a 1yo disabled child, and he's very comfy inside (he cannot sit unassisted and needs support). The buggy folds reasonably small and it is lightweight. The parent tray is 🔝
Very dissapointed. It wasn't the cheapest pushchair... The front wheels are brutally noisy on cobblestones, and even started squeaking after winter. The folding system is nice and easy, but it got loose over time and you can feel the frame wobble. I feel like I'll break it when lifting the front wheels to get up a curb. Not recommending it.
- canopy size
- awesome folding system
- parent tray 😍
- padded seat
- nice handle height - good for a 162cm mom and a 185cm dad
- no pocket in the canopy
- not a complete lie-flat
- foam handle
- short seatback - not a roomy seat (about 84 cm in length)
- a bit heavy for the type
- I mind that you cannot cover the mesh canopy extension other than by shortening it back again
It's a very nice pram, overall. For the price, I recommend it. What I don't like would be the short seatback and the foam-covered handle.
- not enough airflow
- huge raincoat
Lightweight and compact. My only niggle would be the too large raincoat (I don't take it with me bcs it takes up too much space in the basket) and the lack of ventilation on the backrest. My son is sweaty after a nap inside.
- Easy to steer
- Easy to fold and unfold
- Lies completely flat
- Extendable hood with ventilation mesh
- Cup holder and a practical pouch for keys, wipes, or lip balm...
- Hard-to-access basket when the seat back is reclined
Very happy with this buggy. We looked for something lightweight and compact and it looks like we found what we needed. Around town, the brand works just perfect, not so great for terrain, though.
- Low weight
- Easy to fold
- Superb manipulation
I recommend it - for that price, it's great.
- Super fast fold
- Super large canopy
- Shopping basket also nice
- Great manipulation-wise
- ...a good urban stroller 👌👌
- I don't really take it as a downside, but I have to get used to the plastic wheels since I only had inflatable wheels so far (and those were less noisy) 🤣🤣
A superb urban stroller 👌 Folds with one hand, lightweight, and the hood will be great for summer 🤩🤩🤩
- one-handed recline
- one-handed fold
- easy-to-remove rear wheels
- superb canopy
- handles even countryside roads
- fixed handlebar (cannot be adjusted)
- after just a short time the central joint, as well as front wheels, started to be a little noisy
- worse basket access, when the backrest is fully reclined
I was very satisfied - except for the shortcomings mentioned above. It handled well kilometers and kilometers of our strolling.
- Huge hood
- Accessories sold separately
A lightweight, compact pushchair - just what I needed. SHAME that there aren't accessories included and you need to buy a bag or a leg cover separately...
- All that is mentioned in the text
- The wheels are not much for terrain use
- Covers cannot be washed (but of course, you can clean them)
This stroller caught my eye with its look at first. And even if it's not a luxury, expensive model, it doesn't feel cheap at all. We don't have it long, but I must say, I am more or less happy with this choice. I searched for long for something that would interest me in terms of functionality and design as well, and I think this one meets quite a few of my criteria. Firstly, it is very spacious. The seat offers a full recline - and you can also adjust the leg rest. The hood is huge - it will cover the child fully, no problem, and it is extendable. I also appreciate the viewing window in it because it allows me to see my child. The fully extended hood has these mesh side vents, which helps in the summer days for the child not to be all sweaty. Also, there's UV protection in the hood.
You cannot adjust the handlebar height, but the angle of it is nice and works fine for me as well as for my husband (he is 20 cm taller than me). There is a parent tray for 2 drinks and a central box for bits and pieces on the handle. The basket is spacious, sturdy, and it is open. The stroller's frame is sturdy as well, but the Litetrax is still lightweight and easily maneuverable even with one hand. The fold is also easy, with the seat part being ion the outer side when folded, and it is compact. The folded stroller stands by itself, which is nice since the fabrics don't get dirty like this. The bumper bar can be removed, and the harness feels sturdy in my hand. The seat itself is large, spacious, and it feels comfortable. The child has a lot of space in it. The wheels are equipped with suspension, but on uneven terrain, you can feel them "jumping around" - they maneuver worse then, and they also may squeak from time to time. Only the rain cover is included - anything else (a mommy bag, a footmuff, a leg cover) are to be bought separately. No matter if Joie or some universally fitting brand, such accessories fit nicely in there. I tried multiple strollers in this price category, and I can honestly recommend the Litetrax 4 to other moms.
- One-hand fold
- One-hand backrest recline - upright position to almost an absolute lay flat
- Easy manipulation
- No suspension on the wheels
- Difficult basket access when the backrest is reclined
- No handlebar adjustment
- After a short while of use, the central joint and the front wheels get noisier
A lightweight stroller with an awesome extended hood and excellent driveability.
- Backrest recline
- Large hood
- Huge rain cover
- No apron
- Wheels could be better
I used it only a few times. But even my husband noticed the front wheels rattle. Folding and unfolding are perfect. They say it will stand after folding, but ours doesn't. It falls down if I try. The rain cover is really big. It takes up the whole basket, si I don't take it with me (therefore don't use it). The recline goes completely down, that's nice. Also the low weight and the large hood were important to me. I appreciate the lever-operated recline as well (not those straps that are nowadays everywhere). In the end, I guess I am rather happy with it - with the exception of those wheels.
A very handy folding; lightweight and practical.