All user reviews of Mamas&Papas Armadillo

6 parent reviews
  • Folding system
  • Size when folded
  • Space for baby
  • Bar for baby not included
  • No option to adjust the parent handle

The stroller is amazingly light, smart, has a high carrying capacity and really provides the baby with all the comfort. As a minus I consider the parent's handle, which can not be adjusted in height and for taller people strolling becomes uncomfortable. The second minus is the missing handle for the baby, which can be bought (although it feels expensive for such a thing). Otherwise, the stroller has a great big canopy and the seat is made of pleasant material.

  • large canopy
  • five-point fastening
  • also suitable for large toddlers
  • easy one-hand folding
  • ultra-light
  • can be folded almost completely flat
  • stable
  • fron wheels
  • no belly bar (we don't mind it)

We've been using it for four years now, currently second child. Occasionally, the five year old still rides in it :)

Extremely practical


Satisfied. Extremely practical, can be folded fantastically, positionable.

  • perfectly comfortable
  • easy to steer
  • for bigger or smaller children
  • no wheeels suspension

Large, spacious pushchair which fits even a three-year-old child. The seat is not reversible. The backrest and legs are adjustable. 5-point safety buckle. Large shopping basket can hold approx. 3 kg. Swivel front wheels. Easily foldable with one hand, folds flat. The pushchair has a safety lock that can be clicked in place so that it does not unfold by itself. Waterproof hood with a window for a view of the baby. The eggcar seat can be snapped on with adapters.

  • spacious
  • gorgeous
  • folds compact
  • comfortable seat
  • raincover + cump holder included
  • no belly bar
  • not for terrain
  • only world-facing

It looks gorge 🤩 and a rain cover, as well as a cup holder, are included. I can recommended it for regular folding in the car and an older kid (or a smaller baby as a second buggy). Not for all-terrain use, though - the wheels show any damage very quickly. I just don't get why they don't sell it with the belly bar (or don't have a belly bar included in the first place).

  • seat padding
  • one-hand lever recline
  • canopy
  • compact fold
  • roomy seat
  • it is so unique! you don't see them on he street so often
  • wheels get stones stuck in them
  • not much suspension - only the looser chassis is shock-absorbing (they told me in the shop it is made so for that)
  • fixed handle height
  • no bumper bar

Super-unique look, lever-reclining seatback, and the beautifully padded, comfy seat are simply the best about the Armadillo! The seat is also roomy enough even for a large toddler. I would maybe reproach the weak suspension, but it is a city pushchair after all.

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