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stein says:
"The cushioning was a pretty essential condition when choosing the stroller, and so in this respect the stroller is one huge disappointment for me"
and gives the Moon Jet-R
3

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  • Hood
  • Spaciousness
  • Maintenance-free rubber wheels
  • Brake on the handle
  • Cover material
  • Suspension is not functional
  • The wheels are clacking
  • Handle has only two positions
  • Poor quality eco-leather covers on the handles
  • Difficult to fold
  • Difficult to get out on kerbs
  • Only suitable for nice smooth asphalt
  • Gets stuck on small kerbs

I've had the pram for a month. In the shop I was blown away by it, from the photos even more and the video even more. According to the description, it has everything a mother could want from a pushchair... BUT!!! I think the front wheel suspension is just for decoration. The rear wheel suspension moves at least a little bit when I push it with all my strength on the frame, but I don't understand how it is supposed to move, as it seems to me that only the plastic moves in the second plastic. The cushioning was a pretty essential condition when choosing the stroller, and so in this respect the stroller is one huge disappointment for me.

Getting up on a curb - you need to learn to gently tie the stroller back, so that when moving sharply the child does not hit his mouth on the handle! It takes practice and some grip of your own... Tiny curbs = the wheels just get stuck and the stroller has to be lifted anyway.

The wheels are not cushioned - and secondly, the front wheels are rattling, clacking around. There's just will and when there are bumps, the wheel knocks on the plastic in which it's inserted.

The leg rest - the child can lift it up, and then it falls down.

The belt on the backrest is hard to use.

The hood is really large - some people may not like the mesh after unzipping. There is no real window.

The parent's arm has only two positions. The lower one is useless in my opinion, I am 164 cm and it is not comfortable for me in that position. I have it still in the base position.

The stroller is folded in such a way that the child's seat is partitioned by the break. Without the pad, the child would probably feel as if the seat part was broken.

The PU leather covers on the handle and on the belly bar are not of good quality. They get frayed.

The moon sign on the handle is immediately scraped off in the boot of the car.

The basket is difficult for me to access.

The safety belt is difficult to operate. The height cannot be adjusted. Looks like it is meant for large toddlers.

Otherwise, the stroller is really spacious, quite nice.

But I wouldn't buy it again.

3.5/5
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