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Leonora says:
"If this stroller can handle Russian winter, ours won't be a problem"
and gives the Noordi Fjordi II

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  • Spacious, well-padded carrycot
  • Carrycot/seat unit placed high on the chassis - great for taller moms and dads
  • Hood with well-shading sun visor
  • Hood can be adjusted one-handedly
  • Reflective elements on the carrycot
  • Large, open-style shopping basket
  • Gel-filled wheels
  • Great for harsher terrain
  • Quite robust
  • Changing bag too large

So far, we only use the carrycot (half a year). I'll add a few words about the seat unit later. We own the version with smaller front wheels.

We liked this model because of the placement of the carrycot higher on the chassis, and also because it is so well padded for winter - Noordi has quite a lot of customers from Russia, and I thought - if this stroller can handle Russian winter, ours won't be a problem. Once put together, it is great to use, it passes through worse terrain without problems, and it's easy even to push it with one hand.

To fold the pram into a Fabia Combi is quite a tight fit - so, because we do drive around the city and also live in an apartment without an elevator (thus, leaving it in the car boot), I would choose a more compact model next time. For occasional trips, or for those who don't use it much on city sidewalks, I would certainly recommend this model - at least in the carrycot configuration.

Since I carry my baby, for the most part, the stroller is not used every day - in any case, there were no problems with it yet, functionally, and it looks like it will last. Our Fjordi is a 2in1 stroller system, and it is even possible to buy adapters for car seats of other brands - at least for our Cybex for sure.

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