- Good handling
- Mosquito net fit
- Cup holder not secure
In general comfy and reasonably lightweight, it pushes well enough, but the wheels are a bit noisy on cobblestones. The mosquito net doesn't fit that well, and the cup holder falls off a lot - can't really (safely) hold your drink. An extra-large canopy, fine suspension, and easy handling (even one-handed), and they claim a long warranty. Overall, I recommend it for such a price.
- Noisy wheels
The wheels are very noisy, it bothers me - mainly on bumpy roads.
- roomy seat
- upright backrest
- feels a bit cheap
- not the most compact
Value for the money. A bit cheap feeling but it was a cheap pushchair. Large wheels are good for overcoming obstacles, BUT the front wheels can get stuck one on the other. It's a bit bulky after folding.
- high handlebar
- cheap-ish materials used, sometimes squaeks and creaks - needs lubrication
- a simple look (design) with those plastic clasps on the hood (which is, however, super big, which is a plus)
It was easy to put together, and it's easy to drive it. I love the big wheels, getting through anything. And that high handlebar - any tall dad will appreciate that!
- very thin seat liner
I had to return it - with my 1.60m, I just couldn't handle how high the handlebar is.
Perfect for undemanding mommies living in the countryside (village).
- enough space even for winter footmuff (1yo child)
- looks very beautiful for that price
- very nice suspension
- smelled very plastic-y when taken out from the box (had to leave it ouside for a day or two)
- rear axle gets in the way, and you have to adjust your step, otherwise you kick it
- fron wheels can act chaotis on uneven terrain, and the wholse pushchair feels
- only 2kg weight capacity of the shopping basket
- very, very tall handlebar - only for tall parents
We bought it from amazon. It was a great buy, for that price! It has its disadvantages, but when buying a pushchair so cheaply, you kind of count on some being there for sure.