All user reviews of Mutsy IGo

8 parent reviews

For me very hard and hard to handle

  • Design
  • Very nearly worn out wheels - not recommended
  • Only the rear wheels can be replaced - a big disadvantage

A nice, designer stroller. The advantage was that it was folded in one piece, otherwise quite heavy. For me very hard (no suspension felt) and hard to handle. When we hit a bump, it almost tipped over.

I used every detail

  • All I have put in the description
  • None

I was looking for a stylish stroller with practical features, and the Mutsy IGo lived up to my expectations. I used every detail.

Very comfortable handling, handle adjustment (I am short, my husband is tall), seat in both forward and rearward direction, easy reclining of the backrest when the baby falls asleep, and perfect hood extension to keep the sun out of the baby's eyes.

Everyday purchase I put in the basket under the seat; the belly bar is very easy to remove when the child is getting in or out. Absolutely no problem with the wheels, the brake went smoothly, folding the stroller at the same time with the seat was perfect! And cleaning the stroller - each part can be very easily disconnected and washed or cleaned separately. Simply recommended.

I couldn't have picked a better stroller

  • lightweight
  • compact
  • stylish
  • quality
  • no possibility to buy spare front wheels

I couldn't have picked a better stroller 👏❤ī¸ Mutsy IGo 3 in 1 system met our expectations. Lightweight, stackable, stylish, easy to fold and unfold even for a woman... Also for the sidewalks, and also for off-road, it's just a class act 👍

The only thing that bothers me is that you can't buy spare front wheels ☚ī¸

  • Beautiful design
  • Handy
  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Small bassinet
  • Poor coverage from wind
  • Short canopy
  • Narrower seat

A beautiful stroller, but more for the city and flat terrain. The bassinet is smaller and not so well covered, also the seat unit has a short canopy. The stroller is harder in terms of suspension, but it wasn't a problem for us. The seat also seemed quite small to us.

The best stroller. Great handling and folding, gorgeous design. Lightweight bassinet, huge canopy on the seat section. Fully reclining seat - no bucket shape so baby sleeps fully and can turn sideways. What's great, most of the covers are washable.

Perfect for a spring-summer newborn

  • Perfect for travelling and walking on flat terrain
  • Lack of suspension
  • Front and rear wheels too close together
  • Handle cannot be bent for pushing stroller by younger siblings

A great stroller for short and slim mums. Great for car travel, beautifully compact and lightweight. Perfect for a spring-summer newborn. Definitely not for country roads.

It does have trouble on two steps. With most strollers, you can go without problems on the rear axle after just one lift of the front wheels and carry the stroller down like that, this stroller can't do it (ita wheels are too close). In the old town on cobblestones you'll shake the soul out of the baby 😅

Lightweight, but sturdy


A great stroller. Lightweight, but sturdy. I have nothing to complain about.

  • Large basket
  • Quality textiles
  • Unnecessarily bulky and heavy
  • Foam wheels
  • I wish for a height-adjustable bumper bar (bad angle when the child is in the lying position)
  • Price

You can find a better pram for that money 🙈 I find it unnecessarily bulky and heavy.

The textiles are high-quality. One-handed manipulation is terrible. Just a small hole or bump in the road, and my kid is almost being spilled out of the pushchair. The bumper bar changes position when you recline the seat, and after that, it's terrible as well. My son couldn't even turn while sleeping - because of it. You can certainly find a better one for that price.

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