- Sun sail – shading fabric
- No-maintenance wheels covered in rubber
- Padding, especially for smaller babies
- Two bassinet options, an insert one and a folding one
- Suspension is not so bad for an urban model
- Compact enough for a full featured pushchair that reverses
- Basket access
- Tall, telescoping push bar
- Luxury details
- Price is high
- Weight is high
- Carrycot size - 70 cm internal measurement will last you 4 months AT THE MAXIMUM
- It is more compact when the seat is parent-faces before folding, but you actually use a world-facing setup more
- Wheels are not the quietest
- Short leg rest
- The seat will last you 2 to three years maximum, depending on how large is your child - no way to put a 22kg (4-5 years old) child in there
- No accessories in such a high price
- No colorful options
The price is way too high for such a limited-use stroller. I checked it out thoroughly as I was considering it, but I must say it is not my winner. It looks great but it is not as practical as it is good-looking.
More in pros and cons.
The textiles and the padding are gorgeous. The harness is easy to do. The pillow insert for under the head seems awesome but I see it as impractical a bit, mainly when you want to use a seat liner or your child is not large enough to actually have its head on the pillow. A nice stroller indeed, but not much for terrain. And what actually surprised me is the weight - it weighs much more than the Cybex Mios or the Bugaboo Bee.