- Very easy folding
- One-handed operation
- Leg positioning
- Back positioning
- It tips over
I am happy with it.
- recline system
The stroller is handy, compact, the little one sits well in it, the canopy is great. In the city for a quick tranfers, 10/10. Not suitable for sleeping for us tough - the zipper positioning scared the little one, it always woke her up. She couldn't even have her diaper changed in the stroller. We needed it for town at nap time :( and so had to go away.
This one's the best.
I love this one. Best stroller I've ever had. Just watch out for tipping over in the reclining position. But if you take that into consideration, it's OK.
- large canopy
- quite heavy /we weighed it, it was over 10kg/
- short straps /not around the waist but across the thighs/
- small basket
We mainly used the stroller for at-home naps and shopping. The pushing was pleasant. On worse terrain it was not completely comfortable however. The stroller is more suitable for a smaller child because of the smaller seat and short straps.
- Cannot be loaded with too heavy a bag - the pushchair will tip over when lying down.
Best stroller I've ever had. I really liked the design, storage, weight and handling.
I now have twins and if the manufacturer started making the Nuna Pepp Twin, I would go for it immediately, no matter what it would cost. Unfortunately, the manufacturer doesn't think about twins :-(
- Lightweight yet spacious
- Possibility to detach the strings, so it's just like an umbrella stroller, but really sturdy
I bought the stroller second hand and I have to say that I am pleasantly surprised. Everything works as it should. Most of all I appreciate its storage, lightness and easy handling. Even though it seems to have small wheels, it goes through everything.
- light weight
- tackles even harsh terrain
- it has none
Superb buggy, it met all of my expectations ♥️
Truly a great buggy. Light, maneuverable with one hand, with a great hood... One of the best-designed pushchairs, really - even the quality and fabrics and sturdy frame - and even a very nice and soft suspension.
A large, spacious stroller system that is easy to manipulate even in terrain conditions. The carrycot is spacious, comfortable for the baby - there's enough space even for a fluffy footmuff. The peek-a-boo window is mesh, so no mosquitos are getting through there.
The overall manipulation is very practical; the large wheels make it feel stable and sturdy.
- The fold is even smaller than I expected
- Looks great!
- Nice and sturdy seat as well as the backrest
- Harder to push with two hands, it is made to be pushed with one hand
- I have a pre-loved model that is three years old, and the wheels are a bit noisy
- The canopy extension is a black, loose piece of fabric - good only for the \peek-a-boo\" game with your kid
- or when the child is already asleep"
A Ferrari for the shopping center, but it can also get a wider forest/dirt road. I was pleasantly surprised - it can hold a larger toddler as well.
I use my Nuna as a second, spare stroller I am keeping in the car - so that I don't have to fold my larger and heavier main one all the time. It proved worth the money, mainly on trips and vacations. It's sturdier than a basic umbrella-style stroller; you can push it with one hand, and it's really durable and high-quality (it survived 10 plane travels already, and it's still like new). We have the version with a bumper bar and a sunshade - these fantastic features are simply priceless. I don't have to always buckle my child in, and the sun doesn't stand a chance. Even after 4 years, the color didn't fade, and nothing broke. I absolutely recommend it.