- Lightweight frame
- Easy manipulation
- Extended hood that opens up to the belly bar
- Wheels with suspension
- Hood without a viewing window
- The springs squeak quite a lot at times
We bought the stroller in April 2020. I was very impressed especially by the fact that it has sprung wheels, which we use when putting to sleep. It also makes it easier for us to overcome obstacles, such as curbs and the like. The advantage is also a spacious bag for the stroller, which was included in the price together with the footmuff.
I have the opportunity to compare it with Street, which my sister owns Compared to it, the Royal has a lighter, but weaker frame. So we'll see how long it lasts.
Summer days have started for us, so we have also started to appreciate the extended hood. Too bad there is no ventilation and viewing window on the roof. If I want to check the little one, I have to stand in front of the stroller, which I think is a big disadvantage with this stroller.
We have it in the Pop Art version. The velcro stickers are fun.
Otherwise we are satisfied. Me and our 8 month old.
- Amazing large canopy
- Folding inwards
- Easy manoeuvrability
- Easy lifting and reclining of the backrest
- Adjustable handle height for parent
- A window on the hood would be nice
- I miss the center strap on the belly bar (like the P&M Easy has)
I was really surprised by the cushioning, you can feel the difference immediately. It's easy to walk with, I've also tried forest terrain and it held up quite well. The hood is fantastic, probably the largest I've seen. I'm a bit disappointed with the missing window, but it's passable. I really appreciate the folding inwards and the handy handle for lifting the folded stroller. I consider it a slight minus that when there is a footmuff in the stroller, it can't be folded completely, but again, it's not a big deal. Overall it is really nice, looks good and comes with a liner and a leg cover. I can only recommend it.