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molnmon says:
"For me, only the seat is usable"
and gives the Peg-Pérego Book Plus

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For me, only the seat is usable

  • large basket
  • good storage
  • one of the lighter ones
  • the seat can be clicked on in both directions
  • design
  • handling on a flat road
  • no suspension
  • quick to get loose
  • small bassinet
  • front wheels rattle
  • suitable for really short people - I stumble over it
  • handling in moderate terrain - I haven't even tried a worse one

I inherited this stroller, so I'm glad I have something more compact - but I wouldn't have bought it myself. The stroller is not cushioned, which is not good for the baby. It handles very well on a straight road, but all it takes is a crack in the pavement and you have a problem. I was also bothered by the fairly low handle, and I used to trip over the stroller (I am average height - 172 cm - so the stroller is probably for really short moms).

I like the overall workmanship, the materials used and the large basket. But the stroller is quite rickety and the front wheels rattle. We didn't use the bassinet because it's really small for us (we got the stroller when my son was 3 months old and it was already tight) - and most of all, I would be afraid to shake the baby that much! It has the advantage that the canopy is super nicely shading.

For me, though, only the seat is usable. The seat is passable, but to be a full-fledged pushchair, the seat would have to be on a different chassis... The stroller is pretty good as a buggy for shopping, for shorter routes and for groomed pavements (if there are such somewhere in our country :-D :-D :-D), it folds great in the car, but I definitely think it's better to have a good pushchair and a buggy to than to buy this one.

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