I highly recommend it, even though it's an older model - you should look for a newer model if buying it. Large hood, reclining, leg positioning, wide backrest and size can fit a larger toddler for napping.
Thorough, lightweight yet sturdy umbrella style pushchair.
Absolutely shapable, foldable and maximally usable stroller. It is possible to put on a bath bassinet, a seat unit or a car seat on it - in the direction of travel or in the opposite direction. The pushchair's seat can be put into a full reclining position. It fits even in a small car. The only drawback for me is the golf clubs handles - I prefer a single handle when I can operate it with one hand. Otherwise great.
- Compact and self-standing when folded
- Large wheels (for an umbrella stroller)
- Adapter-free clicking on the carrycot/car seat
- Not sturdy
- Uncomfortable seat
- Not suitable for a tall person
- The basket scratches on the bottom when you climb up a curb
It's compact, but not sturdy at all - I wasn't too happy with it, overall. The fold is OK, and it stands by itself when folded, I like that. The seat unit is not much in terms of comfort - you have to use a seat liner or a blanket under the child to make is sit on a soft surface. The canopy is average, but what I minded was that with every folding, it clicked itself off the stroller.
It is suitable for short parents - the handlebars do adjust, but it's not much help - a taller parent will kick the sibling stand. Other than that, the handles are nicely shaped and comfortable in hands.
The wheels are rather large - for an umbrella stroller, and there's even a light suspension - of course, nothing for all-terrain or snow, but nobody buys an umbrella stroller for that 😉
I had an older Peg-Pérego Pliko, which seemed to be sturdier and with better fabric and padding...