- Easy to drive
- Superbly foldable
- Wheels are foam, but they don't rattle at all
- Extended canopy
- Window on the canopy
- Spacious basket
- Reclining up to full recline
A superb buggy, nothing to complain about 🔝💯
- Lightweight frame
- Excellent handling
- Easy to unfold and fold
- Except maybe if the canopy could go lower
Light, great and smart stroller, I have nothing to complain about ☺️
- Fabrics, materials
- Foam wheels
- Higher price
The pushchair itself is fine... I really liked the design, but I think the price they offer it for is a bit too high... Terrain like a dirt road it will pass, but it's more of a stroller for the city - not for terrain, as it has foam wheels that after two days looked like we'd been walking with it for half a year...
- Large canopy
- Easy to use
- A great system for placing the backrest in a lie-flat position that offers a lot of possibilities
- Large basket
- It is not necessary to buy an additional bar
- No ventilation
We have had this pram since the child was nine months old, he is now a year and a half old and we use them mostly for city driving and possibly if we come across a macadam road, which it tolerates very well.
It is lightweight, agile, easy to use, has an extendable handle bar, and a backrest that has an excellent system for lowering it to a lying position, and a footrest that can be lowered with one click. There's a large basket that can handle some five pounds safely.
It is easy to assemble and does not take up much space.
- Easy steering
Great pushchair. It is perfect to ride around the city, but we also managed the mountains with it. It's bigger than most strollers, so it's easy to maneuver, whether traveling or shopping. At the same time, it has leg positioning and enough space for sleeping. The stroller feels smaller for me, although many people write that it is big... For me big looks different 😲😉😅 Standard shopping load always fit in. The window on the roof is also great.
I think its a good option for those that dont need to tackle mountain terrain or dont use the pushchair for a large toddler naps
- Sturdy chassis with good suspension
- Soft seat padding
- Easy recline system + lie-flat seat
- Good basket accessibility
- Wheels with thread
- Two-hand folding with more steps
- The handlebar is still a wee bit too low even in the highest position
- No peek-a-boo window, no ventilation
- A very difficult fabrics removal
- Some parts get to look used very quickly (handlebar, wheels)
A perfect pushchair for traveling and an occasional light terrain.
I was looking at it for quite some time before buying it, and, in the end, decided to buy a used one. It was used for about 1,5 year, and I was a little surprised that the PU leather handlebar started to peel off a bit, and the wheel bearings were completely KO. But I must say I don't know how it was handled and maintained over time, so no judgment there.
The biggest advantage for me is the compactness - it fits every car boot, and it's reasonably lightweight. The push is super nice, even with a larger child. The fold is in more steps, and you need both your hands, but that's not hard to get used to. The chassis feels sturdy, and I was surprised how soft the suspension is - I would only wish that the handle would go higher up. I, 167 cm, had it in the highest setting, but my 180cm husband was unhappy that it's a bit low for him.
The seat is narrower, maybe, than other in this category, but my 3yo daughter had no problem sitting in it (of course, no need for additional space-takers as a footmuff) ;-) The seat is also quite comfy, the smallest one was happy in it, and she often took naps, since it lays flat. The recline system uses a strap, meaning there is an infinite number of positions to choose from, while it's still made to be one-handed, going up practically without using any force.
The canopy can be extended, but it doesn't cover fully in all the situations. I missed a peek-a-boo window and a ventilation option. The basket is fine for the type of the category, we managed to put there a lot of stuff, and the access is perfect, actually.
The wheels are made out of EVA foam - like on other travel strollers. The size is adequate, and the wide thread allows you to go through occasional uneven terrain.
I would like to state a disadvantage, maintenance-wise. To remove the fabrics is super hard, taking me about an hour, and later on the same goas for putting it back up. My fingers got hurt while doing that, too. And I owned multiple pushchairs already, so I can compare,
Overall, I rate it well. I was happy with it. I think it's a good option for those that don't need to tackle mountain terrain or don't use the pushchair for a large toddler naps :-D All the others will be ok with it even as the only pushchair.
- Easy pushing
- Easy folding
- Foam wheels which DON'T rattle
- Extendable hood
- Canopy featuring a viewing window
- Spacious basket
A perfect stroller, I have no complaints 🔝💯
- quality chassis, materials
- good suspension system
- great folding system
- excellent driveability
- I found no cons
I have nothing to complain about. It's very handy, compact, beautiful, and it pushes so smoothly. My son adores it, and my husband claims that it's the best stroller we had.