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werjja says:
"The priority stuff... not good at all"
and gives the Peg-Pérego GT3
2

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  • machine washable
  • indestructible material that does not fade
  • the stroller is spacious, comfortable for the baby
  • huge shopping basket (there is not a mom who would not praise it :-D)
  • the bassinet has gadgets like reclining, side pocket, toy holder
  • the bassinet has legs to stand on, I used it as a cot on visits
  • two built-in drink holders
  • wheel lock (at hand)
  • suspension settings soft, medium, hard
  • zippered bottom of the footmuff - protected my boys beautifully in winter
  • it's awfully heavy, for a mother in her sixth month
  • absolutely bulky
  • I have an Octavia COMBI and it still took up the whole trunk!
  • only a handbrake, totally sucks :-) best to hold it in a moving bus, a 14kg stroller + child
  • permanently flat wheels, frequent servicing
  • cannot be put facing the parent
  • I had my first son for 4 months in the bassinet, the second for 5 months... then they didn't fit anymore (it is sold as XXL, I have no such experience with it though)

I wouldn't want this stroller again. It has taught me that I never want inflatable wheels or a handbrake again :-) I don't want to carry it around anymore :-D But what I do miss are the gadgets around it - like the bag attachment (the best, no more buying hooks on velcros), the basket, the bum bag, and those drink holders are awesome...). But the priority stuff... not good at all.

4.1/5
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