- Spacious large bassinet
- Easy handling
- Lightweight stroller
- Easy folding
- Large canopy on the seat
- The seat can be put on in both directions
- After a longer use, the frame creaks
- Stroller more flat roads
- Snow gets into the front wheels when used during winter, so they are not spinning
- The seat cannot be fully reclined
Stroller for our firstborn.
- Easy to steer with one hand
- Large basket
- Long enough bassinet, fits a large footmuff
- Large canopy
- Adjustable handle
- Easy to fold
- No suspension
- Very rattly
I am satisfied with the bassinet. It is long and deep - we have an autumn baby and it has plenty of space even with a footmuff.
The stroller is very easy to operate with one hand and the basket can carry quite a large purchase. The stroller is easy to fold.
But it has one big disadvantage, namely the foam wheels + it is without suspension - already from a distance we are heard because of how it rattles, every grain or small pebble shakes the frame... so it's only suitable for completely smooth trails. Every little irregularity on a city sidewalk I have to walk carefully and lift the front wheels so the little one doesn't shake too much. When we trade for a pushchair, I'll be looking for off-road - inflatable wheels first.
- Easy to use
- There's nothing to reproach
Lightweight, compact stroller not only for the city. It can handle light natural terrain, meadow, well-travelled dirt road... The wheels are not very hard, I would compare them to well inflated inflatable wheels. Spacious bassinet, wonderfully long and deep, just a tad bit bigger. Spacious basket under the stroller. A great foot brake. And it's perfect to "jump" up and down the stairs thanks to the lack of suspensions - it's not a rocking stroller, but the last really rocking strollers were the ones when we were little 😉
- Large canopy with possibility of further extension
- Spacious enough - fits a 90cm two year old just fine
- Large shopping basket
- Sports seat can rotate in both directions
- 4 recline positions including full recline
- It does not have a window in the canopy for checking the child
- Not colourfast - so faded after less than a year of use that the canopy extension and the footrest look like they belong to a different stroller ☹️
We bought the Vario chassis and the seat separately, so I won't be reviewing the bassinet or the car seat. The pushchair is great, easy to use, roomy, goes to full recline with one hand (and you can lift it with one 😉 ), and you can adjust the legs. For us, the fact that you can turn the seat in both directions was a big must, as we bought it for a 6-month-old and I wanted to keep an eye on him.
But it does have two faults - the canopy doesn't have a pee-a-boo window so you can't see the baby when it's pulled open, and I don't know if it's everyone's fault or if we bought a faulty piece, but after less than a year of use, the colour has completely faded wherever the light hit the pram.
- Light as a feather
- Easy to fold
- Large basket
- Perfect seat part
- Lower quality air wheels
I had a Monza Vario on inflatable wheels, it had a perfect Concord Ion car seat... I was very satisfied with the whole stroller. The only problem was the inflatable wheels, which quickly wore out.
We bought it as a pushchair, so I can't rate the bassinet/cot part. The pushchair is lightweight, easy to use, compact and not unnecessarily big. It's perfect for the city, but can survive rough roads and bumps (we've also taken it on a trip up to a castle, so it can handle terrain based on that experience). For me, it's a great stroller, and it looks beautiful too.
- seat has a great canopy
- seat can face both directions
- inflatable wheels
- a hard ride
Our first stroller. We actually used it more around the apartment in anticipation than outside with the baby.
It's one of the smaller strollers, we didn't even have to put the carrycot in the trunk of the car. It rode well, too bad about the lack of suspension.