- great to steer
- spacious carrycot with an XL hood
- shallow-ish carrycot
- small basket
Bought it, love it. As my daughter was born prematurely, it is a small baby, and I do think that with the No One, we'll last until we need no stroller anymore. It is so light it will be a pram as well as a buggy 😁
- Large, high-positioned carrycot
- Carrycot hood 👍
- Seat folds with the frame
- Adjustable handle - great since I am short, and my partner is 15 cm taller
- And of course, light ad compact
- Short space for the childs feet
Incredibly lightweight for a PRAM! I am very short (156 cm) and needed something light to be able to maneuver with. The NO. One is a "number one' in that :-D The center of gravity works for me, it is easy to push, easy to load in the car... great for everyday life.
To the bassinet - it is so practical. The lever to click it off is a godsend, the canopy is simply huge, and it is higher up on the frame thanks to the included height adapters - so after giving birth, I didn't have to bend over it much. And even if it's a small pram, the 79 cm inside are more generous than on any other small pram I saw.
The seat seems smaller, but since I am small, I don't really mind as much. Mainly the space for the little feet seems short to me, so that would be a minus. It is heavily padded, which is a plus. It does fold with the frame 👍👍👍
The frame - agile, compact, and there's even suspension. It is weak, though, no rocking, and you will feel the bigger bumps. This is to be expected with a smaller pram, IMHO. I like that the wheels are no-maintenance, and rubberized.
We bought our No1 in the Ocean RF color, which is also eco-conscious, being from recycled bottles taken out from the ocean (so I didn't mind the extra price). And the color is really pretty, reminding me a bit of jeans 😍
- unique design
- small size folded and unfolded
- crotch strap
- quite an upright seat back
- I think I'd fit more things into the basket if it were open
- cup holder position
- not the best choice for terrain
I needed something small, so I got the No. 1. Nobody around had it, which I liked - we don't bump into the same stroller (like other mums around us do all the time). It's small, compact, and agile. I just hate the cup holder position - I bumped into doors so many times I eventually broke it 😝
My daughter also seems happy with it. I especially like the crotch strap - my DD is secure even if I don't harness her in. And the seat is quite upright, which I am very grateful for.
- great for a petite mom
- zip-close basket
- high-positioned pram
- cup holder 👌
- shallow carrycot
- short leg rest
- open seat - no cosy toes
- not for much terrain
It's very lightweight and pushes smoothly. The seat is quite open - I'd appreciate more coverage. Also, the leg rest is too short imho. I love the accessible, closable storage underneath.