- Big basket and zipper pouch
- For being an expensive stroller set they really cheaped out:
- First off the basket at the front has a bunch of plastic prongs that slide into the top but they always fall off such a cheap garbage attachment
- Second the reclining carseat is so heavy I almost can't attach it on the stroller. I got it because it was supposed to be light, my baby is 16 lbs and I can hardly carry this thing and being a c-section mom it is not good
- I'm finding my self using our cheap stroller set because it's so much lighter. I bought this because it turns into a double stroller, but I think I am going to sell this and get something different. I do not recommend this set and wish I got the other set
Beautiful at first glance.
It looks gorgeous and incredibly stylish. I love the huge basket and the seat canopy. It is, however, usable only as an urban pram - it is not sturdy on harsh terrain, as the chassis seems too wobbly there. Maybe some reinforcement and air-filled tires would help there...
- easy fold
- adjustable backrest of the bassinet
- lower, nice for short parents
- nice bassinet and seat size
- give of the chassis
- rear axle is in the way (and with kicking it, you make it more dirtier)
- L-shaped seat unit
I wish for an extension on the bassinet hood. Also it could be a bit bigger (wider) - but I'm guessing it is because of the warmer weather in Italy. The bassinet's backrest inclines, which positively surprised me. What I don't like as much is the shaped seat unit, which, therefore, doesn't lie flat. But my DD doesn't mind, so I assume that's alright.
I am short, so the height of it is perfect for me, but I would think twice if I or my hubby were tall. The chassis has some give, however; but it was like that from the beginning. The basket is great, but it's a bit in the way of your feet (probably worse if you're tall). Fold is super simple, but could be more compact. All in all. more stylish than practical, but a nice fashion accessory for an urban/suburban mom.