All user reviews of Nuna Tavo

8 parent reviews

I like it both design-wise and material-wise

  • Lightweight
  • Ventilation 2x on the canopy, 1x on the backrest
  • Canopy can be stretched ovr the child, which is a huge advantage
  • The wheels squeak terribly on uneven terrain 👎🏽 compared to the Elodie Details buggy, which I also own, it's 100 and 1

I like the Nuna both design-wise and material-wise. The stroller is very easy to clean (just wipe with a damp cloth).

  • Everything
  • Has none

Satisfaction in everything, I have tried several prams. Spacious, even a bigger baby can sleep nicely in it.


  • Spacious

The pushchair is absolutely great. It is spacious... The little one is long and comfortable to sleep there. The only downside is that it's big and takes up a lot of room in the trunk.

The UV sun visor is the best thing


We have a 2018 Nunu Tavo and it is totally awesome. It's beautifully cushioned - you can even swing the baby around in it. Easy to manoeuvre with one hand. It's lightweight, and the UV sun visor is the best thing so I don't have to figure out how to create some kind of shade from the sun for the baby.

The price-performance ratio is good

  • 3 position backrest - no straps
  • Basket accessible even with a napping child
  • Sunshade
  • Seat ventilation
  • Adjustable handlebar
  • Viewing window with magnetic closure - no waking the child
  • Inward fold (the seat is inside when folded)
  • Canopy is not that sturdy
  • The wheels can be heard on uneven surfaces
  • Higher weight

A functional, practical pushchair. I would probably only change the canopy - it doesn't hold as sturdily, and it goes backward by itself at times. The sunshade is a good feature - we also use it when it's colder, and the baby's sleeping in the pushchair. We can pass through some light terrain with it - vineyards, a better road in the nearby woods...

I truly appreciate the basket, that is spacious and accessible even during the baby's naps. The fold is simple, and the wheels go out easily if you need it. The price-performance ratio is good.

  • Easy to fold
  • Nice design
  • UV-protective shade
  • Large basket
  • It flips over when the seat is fully reclined
  • Wheels rattle a lot

At first sight, the stroller is very pretty. Interesting design. Easy to fold even with one hand. When I compare it to a Britax B-Motion I had before, it's less practical. The plastic wheels rattle a lot. The firm parts on the hood are not padded enough, and my child bumps its head into those. In the laying position, the stroller is unstable, and it happened quite a few times that it almost flipped over.

An excellent pushchair. I had a Joolz as well as a Cybex, but this one is the best!

For that price, a rattling stroller

  • Ventilation in the backrest
  • Large shopping basket
  • Suitable for older children
  • No way of hanging a changing bag on the handlebar
  • The L-shaped chassis makes the stroller fall over
  • No option of wheels changing
  • Fabric-covered bumper bar

For that price, a rattling stroller...

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